Slow Cooker Pulled Pork

Slow Cooker Pulled Pork

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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Homemade Aioli with Kalamata Olives- You might lick the bowl

This aioli will amaze you and when you serve it, your guests are going to wipe the bowl clean so not a drop goes to waste. Seriously, I shared the recipe for Homemade Aioli with Kalamata Olives with my son Chris Kramer, who is the current General Manager and a...

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Cabbage Soup

I can't believe I haven't posted this recipe before! Cabbage Soup or "Cabbage Patch Stew" as we call it around my circle of friends, is a super-huge hit and the recipe is requested anytime I make it. So foolproof, it's almost not a recipe. You pretty much just dump in...

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Mexican Chocolate Mousse Pie

I have your next chocolate dessert right here! Mexican Chocolate Mousse Pie is everything you need to satisfy any chocolate craving. Well, I don't know if it satisfies really because after it's gone, you'll be really sad. Good thing it's also very, very easy....

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Baked Mashed Potato Cakes

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Pork Tenderloin with Figs, Red Onions and Rosemary

Pork tenderloin is an excellent cut of meat to serve for busy weeknight meals or fancy dinner parties, plus it's pretty easy to always get it right. And the secret to always getting it right? An instant-read meat thermometer. If you don't have one... get one! 🙂 This...

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Banana Upside Down Cake

Banana Upside Down Cake is the perfect dessert when you want something impressive, fancy, even fussy looking. A nice change for what to do with those too-ripe bananas we all end up with at one time or another. Though this recipe for Carrot Zucchini Banana Bread is the...

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Pumpkin Alfredo Sauce with Kale and Pasta

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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Almond Joy Smoothie

Green smoothies are everywhere and I have my personal favorites, and not-favorites-but-drink-it-anyway. This chocolate beauty is a wonderful switch-over for a healthy treat or dessert and the combination of chocolate, almonds and coconut makes this obviously named the...

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Roasted Poblano Soup

Roasted Poblano Soup combines all the flavors and texture of a satisfying meal and it doesn't take long to make; especially if you roast your peppers ahead of time. Poblano peppers, also known as Pasilla peppers, have a gentle heat, but full-on, may still be too much...

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Chocolate French Toast with Candied Bacon

I served this to my family for our New Year's brunch, but realized this recipe for Chocolate French Toast with Candied Bacon is going to be on the menu for quick breakfasts, sleepovers, weekend guests, and even for dessert now and then. It looks fancy and like you...

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Tuscan White Bean Soup in the Slow Cooker

It's hard to beat the rustic simplicity of a nice bean soup and this Tuscan White Bean Soup in the slow cooker is simple but bursting with flavor. Unfortunately, it's easy to get this type of dish wrong, especially in the slow cooker. If you don't prep your beans well...

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Authentic German Pancakes

These are the Real Deal Authentic German Pancakes. The recipe below was shared with my grandpa by a visitor from Germany many years ago and these pancakes are delicious; light and egg-y with delicate, crispy edges. Resembling French-style crepes but a little thicker...

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Chocolate Chip Cookies Good Enough For Santa

I'm pretty critical of chocolate chip cookies and always find something wrong in my quest for the best cookie. Well, let me tell you these Cookies are so good, so different, so sweet, but not too much. They're so fancy looking and tasty, I've deemed them 'Chocolate...

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Cranberry Basil Dip

Are cranberries in season where you live? How about pomegranates? Then you must try this Cranberry Basil Dip at your next get-together. Perfect served with fresh fruit, mini pretzel twists, or as shown here, hugely popular Pretzel Crisps. A combination of cream cheese...

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Perfect Pound Cake – Foolproof results every time

Pound cake is a delectable treat that pairs well with many different toppings- Of course, whipped cream, fresh fruit, drizzles of chocolate or sugar glazes. Try it soaked in liqueurs like rum or orange, and pound cake becomes lavish. Top it with Lemon Curd and it's...

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Classic Cheeseburger Soup

Here's a delicious 30-minute recipe that lives up to its name. Classic Cheeseburger Soup tastes just like a gooey-cheesey, drive-in cheeseburger. JUST.LIKE... seriously. The base infuses beef broth, tomato paste, and creamy melted cheese. Then just the right amount of...

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Grandma Phyllis’ Famous Macaroni and Cheese

My grandma was the original Good Dinner Mom and though she's no longer with us, I still feel close to her when I'm in the kitchen. She was well known for many of her recipes, most notably; homemade pies, mustard pickles, jams and jellies that set perfectly without the...

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Coal In The Snow Cookies – Baked “deep fried” Oreos

This is the perfect last-minute “cooler than cool” treat. Reminicent of deep fried oreos you might get on a stick at the fair, Coal In The Snow is super easy (only 4 ingredients), and a super fun surprise at first-bite.  If you can serve them right out of the oven,...

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Quick Corn Spoonbread

This recipe for Quick Corn Spoonbread is a hybrid of creamed corn, corn souffle', and cornbread stuffing all in one. At a holiday table, I see this as a compliment next to the stuffing, under the yams, with juicy cranberry sauce right in the middle of it all. Maybe...

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