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Doctored-Up Chili—It’s Good for What Ails You

Cough! Sniffle! Hack!  Yeah. So this is the most wonderful time of the year? Really? Tell that to my head cold. While it really can...

My First Time–Boursin Chicken

You never forget your first time. It’s a momentous occasion, marking your move into another phase of life. It’s enticing, exciting, but also fraught with...

Feeding a Migraine

Have you ever had someone slowly try to pull your brains out of your eye sockets? Had an ice pick placed ever-so-lovingly in your forehead?...

Winner, Winner, Pork Roast Dinner!

With so many sources for dishes to make, have you ever found yourself with a stack of so many great recipes that you wind up...

Pantry Item Line Up–The UNusual Suspects

So you’re wandering through the grocery store, working on checking items off of your carefully-prepared list, when lo and behold you stumble upon a highlighted,...

Craving Texas…Seafood?

When you think about well-known dishes you would find in Texas, what are the big 3 that first come to mind? BBQ? Tex-Mex? Wild game?...

Print Inspiration–Turkey Posole

In yesterday’s paper, I found a great cartoon that showed the “Magazine Recipe Flowchart”.  It’s basically the life cycle of a great recipe that you...

The Remains of the Day

The turkey turned out perfect. The sides were a huge hit. The perfect sweet bite was enjoyed by all. The football was been played. The...

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Last Minute Madness

You’ve been planning for weeks. You’ve been shopping for days. You set the table yesterday. You’ve got your guest list set, your menu planning done,...

It’s a Family Tradition

Every family has them. Recipes that have been handed down through the generations, only made for special family gatherings. Dishes that comforted us each night...

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