Chocolate ‘n Cookie Booky Party

  Once upon an overcast mid-Autumn day, in a bright and whimsical cookie bakeshop in the heart of New City, there was a cookie girl and a cookbook girl.  After assiduous plotting and planning between the two, the day finally arrived for Le Grand Cookbook Fete . […]

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Salami & Eggs Fried Rice (m)

Salami & Eggs Fried Rice (M) 2 teaspoons canola oil 4 oz. salami (1 cup) sliced into 1/4 inch pieces and then quartered 2 eggs 5-6 cups prepared rice (white or brown) 7 tablespoons spicy brown mustard 2 tablespoons honey 2 teaspoons sesame oil 3 garlic cloves, finely chopped 1/4 cup soy […]

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Chocolate Covered Book Launch/Hybrid Sunday Night Dinner

Chocolate Bark

So the day arrived.  Book Release Day.  I spent all last year working on and adjusting the recipes during the day, and  finding the right words for the copy at night.  Throughout it all  whenever I needed a break, I would imagine how great it would feel […]

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From the South to the Mouth

corn fritters and tangy cucumber salad (39)

  I can’t get the Low Country out of my head- or my food.  Last night it was my turn to host book club.  This summer’s selection was Kitchen House by Katherine Grissom.  Excellent read, set in the Post-Revoluntionary war South. Still riding on the memory of […]

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Chocolate Pudding (D)

pudding

This recipe belongs in a chocolate’s greatest hits collection. It’s smooth, rich, creamy, and comforting. It was love at first spoonful when we first had it at the Hominy Grill in Charleston, SC. Determined to make it myself, I gladly bought the cookbook and slightly adapted the […]

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Savory Cheese French Toast (D)

parmesan french toast

Savory French toast…perfect for when you’re craving breakfast-for-dinner, or breakfast for lunch, or breakfast for breakfast… or whenever.  Top with fried or poached eggs, and Tomato Jam for extra flavor. 6 1” slices challah bread 1/4 c. your choice of mustard 1 c. lowfat milk 3 eggs […]

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Smoked Trout Brunch Quichecake

Another option for brunch that presents those familiar brunchy flavors of smoked fish, cream cheese in a savory cheesecake form….sounds strange I know- but it is really good, especially with a few spoonfuls of the Really Rad Red Relish . 1 sleeve ritz-type crackers, crushed million mortgagesborrower […]

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Pimento Cheese Shmear Y’all….! (D)

shmear

They call pimento cheese the pate of the South. This Northern version adds cream cheese and a kosher dill to make it a great shmear for your bagel. 6 oz. cream cheese, room temperature 2 cups grated sharp cheddar cheese 1 cup grated Monterey Jack cheese 1 […]

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Pot Roast

pot roast

This is my version of Yankee Pot Roast. It’s a great one pot meal, and just the thing to curl yourself around on a cold and dreary winter’s eve. 2 tbsp. canola oil nopros.eu/index/ 1 3lb. chuck roast Salt and pepper 2 cups vegetable or beef stock […]

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Cheddar & Tomato Jam Grilled Cheese Sandwich

tomato-jam

Cut these trumped up grilled cheese sandwiches into quarters and serve as an appetizer, or scarf one down all for yourself. The tomato jam goes great with sausages and sauerkraut on a crusty hoagie roll. 3 medium sized tomatoes, cored and stemmed east personal loans uk 1tbsp. […]

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Bissel (bis-sul)Yiddish: A bit, a little.
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