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Fresh Blue Crab Beer Boil

May 6, 2011
Blue Crab Boil

A few weeks ago my husband came home from work with a surprise for me, a plastic bag filled with live Blue Crabs. Oh yea, that’s what I want to see at 5pm after a rather stressful day, a big bag of live sea creatures. I don’t mean to sound ungrateful, but sometimes I do […]

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Pumpernickel Rye Twist Bread and Potato Sausage Soup

March 17, 2011
Pumpernickel Rye Braid

We’ve had the most beautiful spring days for almost two weeks now and the days have been warm and full of bright sunshine. But the nights have been cold and then we had a few days of very cold weather and I thought it was going to snow again. So I thought a nice hearty […]

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Eggs Benedict Salad with Casatiello Torpedoes

February 15, 2011
Eggs Benedict Salad with Casatiello Torpedoes

I first made Casatiello Bread several years ago when I was baking my way through the book “Bread Baker’s Apprentice” by Peter Reinhart and we just loved this bread. It’s just so darn good but Peter’s recipes are too large for two people so I’ve been experimenting and simplifying the recipe to suit our needs. Sometimes […]

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Meatball Salad

January 31, 2011
Meatball Salad

Well it happened again! Mr. Tastebuds was watching his Saturday cooking shows and I happened to wander into the family room to rest a minute and I found some inspiration for another great dish. On a side note…Why am I always the one that sits down to rest a minute whereas Mr. Tastebuds is half […]

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A Salmon Swap!

January 20, 2011
Peppered Salmon with Roasted Vegetables

Last year Rebecca of Chow and Chatter and I decided to link up our most recent Salmon Recipes on our blogs. A few days ago I was thinking about our Game of Tag a la Salmon and I contacted Rebecca to see if she had made Salmon lately and guess what…she had! So once again Rebecca […]

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Stone Soup

January 9, 2011
Stone Soup

Once upon a time….. In a small village in Northern Europe there was a terrible drought. Food was scarce and most people hoarded what little food they had, not even sharing with their friends and neighbors. Times were very hard and the villagers were becoming suspicious of everything and everyone. One day three soldiers wandered […]

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Fun Filled Ice Cubes for the Holidays!

December 17, 2010
Fruit Ice Cubes

As everyone knows, it’s the little unique details that make a dinner party or gathering of friends so much fun. But it’s the details that take the most time. Making ice cubes takes little time and virtually no planning and you can use what you have on hand! My husband and I are both Vodka […]

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Pappardelle Bolognese

December 15, 2010
Pappardelle Bolognese

I am having so much fun so far this Christmas season even though it is so bitter cold. But with all the rich desserts, cheese logs, dips and booze, I really needed a break. And decided to make Tyler’s Pappardelle Bolognese and I could not have made a better choice. The Pappardelle Bolognese was so […]

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