Monthly Archives: November 2010

Win Big with Your Holiday Story!


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YAM GOOD!


I wanted to create a cake that was simple and I also wanted to include sweet potatoes or yams in the recipe. I had a can that was just begging to be used. Since my mom would be taking this … Continue reading

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It’s the Little Things. . .


I was trying to decide on what to create here at my table for everyone to be able to take and share with others this holiday season when I decided on cheese straws. And of course, I wanted to add just … Continue reading

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Need Turkey-Day Help?


I always get the many emails from Martha Stewart’s website and saw what could be a very helpful project.  I wanted to alert those who may be hosting their Thanksgiving about the Martha Stewart Living Radio Thanksgiving Hotline 2010.  The following … Continue reading

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Secret Ingredients? Do Tell!!


I recently saw a contest that Lea & Perrins was holding. Lea & Perrins® “Shine at Dinnertime” Video Recipe Challenge They wanted recipes that had their Worcestershire sauce in the recipe. The Food Network is hosting the contest along with Claire … Continue reading

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Refining a Southern Favorite


I ran across one of my fave recipes the other day. I had entered a video for this recipe in the Kraft Real Women of Philadelphia (RWOP) Video/Recipe Contest earlier this year. This recipe reminds me of growing up and … Continue reading

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An Alternative Fall Dessert


  My brother Kelly who had French class when we were growing up created crepes when he was in school. Back then, it even made the local paper. Me, on the other hand, had to wait until I was in … Continue reading

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Apples, Walnuts and Caramel, OH MY!


Baked Apples & Walnuts with Caramel Sauce For the past few years, I have tried to perfect this easy recipe. Unfortunately, the more I “perfect” it seems to add more steps and more ingredients. AND, more sugar!! So, I decided … Continue reading

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What do You Fix on a Rainy Fall Day? CHILI


I have created this recipe many times,  alternating different salsas and sometimes different types of tomatoes.  Salsa can have a big impact on the flavors that result in this spicy Chili. I should add that no matter what flavor salsa … Continue reading

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Start a Morning the HARD Way


Ever since I can remember, I love a boiled egg. I’m not sure why, but that is by far the best way I like my eggs. The egg has to be HARD BOILED for my liking. This is the way … Continue reading

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