Delicious recipes for a traditional Thanksgiving feast sized just right for 2.
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This is a cloud egg. According to a post that popped up in my Facebook feed, they are the most Instagramable of all eggs. That fact alone isn't going to send me into the kitchen. After all, people Instagram the heck out of all manner of blue food. And you all know how I feel … Continue reading How Cloud Eggs Saved Breakfast
When I asked my cousins which one of my Aunt Joyce's recipes they'd like to see me blog, this was the hands-down winner. Everyone had their own special memory of her stuffed shells. Well, everyone but me, since I never had the pleasure of eating them. I think she must have started making these regularly after I … Continue reading Stuffed Shells: from Aunt Joyce’s Recipe Box
I've embarked on a quest to work my way through my Aunt Joyce's recipe box. Losing her is still fresh, but the connection I feel to her through her food is strong and makes me feel as if she's right next to me. I polled the relatives as to which recipe they'd like to see … Continue reading Pig Lickin’ Cake – from Aunt Joyce’s recipe box.
One of my favorite things about cooking is how dishes you throw together from leftovers can turn into magic. This delicious carrot apple slaw is the perfect example. I wanted some type of side salad to go with pork chops. I had a partial bag of matchstick carrots, an apple, a few grapes, and a … Continue reading Carrrot Apple Slaw With Maple Vinaigrette
I came up with this creamy, fruity and incredibly easy-to-make cheesecake for my friend Cheryl's birthday celebration. I saw a recipe from pastry chef Christina Tosi for an icebox cake made with Ritz crackers, Cool Whip and grape jelly. I didn't make that recipe, but I did come up with one of my own. I call … Continue reading Ritzy 2 by 2 Cheese Cake
This is my super-easy slow-cooker chicken enchilada recipe. Now, the enchiladas themselves don't cook in the slow cooker (that would be a goopy mess), but the meat and sauce do. This Southwestern chicken isn't just for enchiladas. It would be perfect for chicken tacos, burritos, Mexican pizza or a chicken taco salad. It would also … Continue reading Slow Cooker Chikcen Enchiladas
This is my freezer, can and box version of Jambalaya. If you make the authentic version, I do apologize. Navigate quickly away from this quick and easy recipe before it hurts your feelings. Now for the rest of you, here's how I make what I think is a delicious version of Jambalaya with ingredients from … Continue reading Jambalaya: The Freezer, Can and Box Inauthentic Edition
These little beauties are called football sandwiches. They do sound like great food for watching a game. I decided to whip them up for Super Bowl Sunday. I know, it does you a lot of good to blog about football sandwiches when football season is over, but I figure I'm giving you a few month … Continue reading Football Sandwiches – Delicious Hot Ham & Cheese sliders