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As I was munching away on this one day for lunch I couldn’t help but think of all the possibilities for variations on it.
Chopped strawberries in the batter and a sliced strawberry blossom topping make these simple cupcakes tasty and beautiful.
Meatloaf is one of those recipes you can make time and time again, and change it up, depending on what ingredients you have on hand.
This Creamy Chicken Dumpling Soup is such an easy soup to make that you can make it anytime.
What if you could take the flavors you would find in a doughnut, but make it into a muffin?
Zucchini is one of those vegetables that is very versatile. You can eat it raw with some dip or steam it to make a side dish.
This recipe can be customized to your likes. It’s very versatile.
This is a delicious, inexpensive meal you could cook for St. Patrick’s Day (or anytime!)
Here’s a sweet treat for St. Paddy’s Day that doesn’t take long to make.
You can also make this soup without the ham if you want to go vegetarian.
I will be the first to admit, chicken is my go-to protein of choice. It turns out; pork chops are easier to cook than chicken. What have I been waiting for?
The cashews and sesame seeds are excellent on the salad also if you go that route.
St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner. Do you have favorite Irish recipes? Is this month all green and gold for you?
This Sicilian recipe, from Chef Maurizio Botta, of Vecchia Cantina Baroni in Sicily, was not only delicious and different, but inexpensive and easier to make than I thought.
You wouldn't think peanut butter would go with spaghetti, but it does beautifully...and it tastes delicious!