Best litle ham sandwiches ever!
Jan13

Best litle ham sandwiches ever!

I found this recipe on Facebook- not sure who it ultimately came from – but it said share so here it is! Best little ham sandwiches ever! Ingredients: 2 -12 packages of sweet Hawaiian rolls (the small dinner roll looking ones) 1 1/2 lbs of Virginia ham (NOT honey ham) 12 slices Swiss cheese 1 stick of real butter 2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce 1 teaspoon Garlic Powder 1 teaspoon Onion Powder 1 teaspoon poppy seeds Directions:...

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Punch up dinner with this new recipe site
Dec29

Punch up dinner with this new recipe site

I stumbled upon a new web site the other day that aggregates (brings info from many sources together in one place) recipes from sites all over the internet, it’s called Punchfork. This site visually appealing and it has an amazing amount of variety. Of course it does pull the recipes off of a ton of  sites, creating a place with a wide variety of tastes and styles. I think my favorite thing about Punchfork is the convenience. I...

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2 Sangria recipes to die for
Aug06

2 Sangria recipes to die for

For summer sippin nothing beats a cold glass of Sangria. Here are two recipes you’ll love. The red Sangria has a hint of cinnamon and the Blackberry is a sweeter version rich with berries. This is one of my absolute favorite drinks, a fruity Sangria with a little splash of cinnamon. Delicious! It’s easy to make, but it does work best with a particular brand of Sangria mix. Monin makes a few different kinds of Sangria mix,...

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For the love of Chicken and JoJo’s
Apr25

For the love of Chicken and JoJo’s

I have a crush on Anthony Bourdain.  I hate to admit my infatuation with a man I’ve never met, but anyone who’s food and travel show starts with a parental advisory warning is going to have that effect on me.  Add to that tattoos, a mouth like a sailor, drinking like a fish and seriously, this guy makes me want to become a crazed celebrity stalker. Aside from Anthony’s obvious perfectness, his show has a great...

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The Nana’s Peach Cobbler
Apr21

The Nana’s Peach Cobbler

Here’s a quick and easy recipe just in time for all those summer picnics. Replace the peaches with any fresh summer fruit or in a pinch use canned fruit and skip the first step of cooking fruit with water and sugar. Ingredients 2 cups sugar divided 1 cup water 1 cup self-rising flour 1 cup milk 1 stick butter 2 cups peaches sliced and  peeled or 1 large can of peaches Directions Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Combine the...

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Last Minute Party Recipes
Apr21

Last Minute Party Recipes

It’s Christmas time and during this month inevitably you will be invited to party after party, and some of them will be last minute. I cannot tell you how many times Captain Wentworth has dropped the “Darling, the Jones’s have invited us over for a drop of port tonight and I told them you would whip up a dish to bring,” at the last minute of course. To which I answer, “Oh, how wonderful dear, I’ll make...

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