Deviled Ham

Deviled Ham

My grandmother used to make the best Deviled Ham using leftover ham roast. She'd grind ham in her meat grinder and add some of her homemade Mustard Pickles, which is kind of like Chow Chow relish only hers was the world's best, seriously. Then she'd serve deviled ham...

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Sprigs In A Blanket

So pretty, these Sprigs in a Blanket (good one, huh?) are perfect for a party appetizer or even a fancy but simple side dish for your Easter dinner or brunch. Almost anything wrapped in puff pastry is a winner, and my family found these wrapped asparagus lovelies to...

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Butter Blossom Lettuce Salad

This salad is a beauty and excellent to pair with any meal. Serve it arranged on a large platter and it becomes Butter Blossom Lettuce Salad. The soft, round leaves of butter lettuce create the perfect Spring flower blossom and have a mild buttery flavor. Radicchio...

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Spring Vegetable Soup

Spring is here (yay!) and thanks to the buckets of rain pouring outside my window this very minute, green buds of this short and precious season are already popping out with the promise of a glorious green blanket around my yard and city. After the cold temperatures...

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Have you every made a galette? The rustic, bake it on a baking sheet pie-tart-adorable-never going back, yummy creation? I have to admit I'm not the best pie baker. That's probably because I don't practice enough and then my pie crust is seldom flaky, my crust edges...

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Skillet Shepherd’s Pie

Whether you're looking for an easy dinner for St. Patrick's Day or a quick weeknight meal any time of the year, Skillet Shepherd's Pie fits the bill. A quick take on classic Shepherd's Pie, this skillet version has a short list of ingredients and cooks up in about 45...

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Before I talk about Mexican Rice, I'd like to tell you a little bit about Martha Dudley. Martha was a long-time friend of my late mother-in-law Pat, and she was known for her welcoming nature and amazing Mexican cooking. If you got invited to the Dudley's for dinner,...

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Foil Wrapped Dinner – Sausage, Green Beans and Potatoes

Foil Wrapped Dinner is not a new "who'da-thought?" kind of recipe, to be sure. But after making this one twice in the last week, I'm wondering why I haven't been making foil dinners all along and all the time. How easy! Just place everything in its own little pocket...

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This is my favorite crockpot recipe of all time- and I've been making it for almost 20 years now (20? gah!) I still remember my first bite into this flavorful, buttery-tender meat. My friend Christine had served it up and I immediately demanded asked for the recipe....

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Mediterranean Shrimp Dinner is one of the best one-pan meals I've had in a long time. Buttery-roasted Yukon potatoes are super creamy and cook quickly. Fennel bulbs have a signature sweet, licorice but mild flavor that's the perfect compliment to the briny shrimp. Add...

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Homemade Pretzel Bites with Garlic Caramel Sauce

Yes, you read the title right... Homemade pretzel bites and GARLIC caramel sauce! The first time I heard about garlic caramel was when a friend returned from Cincinnati and had tried it at Tela's Bar and Kitchen. She challenged me to replicate it. Since I'm a huge...

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Pumpkin and Alfredo Sauce? I know, here we go with yet another 'It's-fall-so-let's-put-pumpkin-in-EVERYTHING-until-we-puke' thing, right? Maybe I shouldn't use the word Puke when I'm trying to tell you how fabulous a recipe is. Well, anyway- canned pumpkin in your...

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