April 23rd, 2010


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I am making some turkey sloppy joes next week for a group.
Ground turkey doesn't replicate hamburger too well (unless you doctor it with sodium laden sauces) and will be served next to a traditional batch.
So I am looking at alternate recipies.

Would a sweet & sour work? with bits of fresh pineapple?

Do you have any ground turkey sloppy joe recipies??

My goal is to have ZERO left overs....because last weeks turkey lasagna was deemed inferior.
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Stuffed Pork Chops

Hi guys!
Wednesday was a super busy day for us. My husband and I both work at a hospital and all of our computers crashed due to a faulty virus update by McAfee! He ended up having to work a 15 hour day so I wanted to make something really yummy for him. I decided on these stuffed pork chops.
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Spinach & Roasted Tomato Quiche

Well after spending the majority of my free time last week covered in butter and sugar from making my nieces birthday cake I was craving much more savory dishes this week.  One recipe I made that turned out delicious was a Spinach & Roasted Tomato Quiche.  I used a traditional quiche recipe that calls out for heavy cream so it's very rich.  Feel free to use your own quiche base if you find the heavy cream too much.  The flavor profiles of the vegetables though are great and I highly recommend! 

For the recipe 
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I'm making Italian subs with marinara and Italian sausage tonight. My question is does anyone have any ideas on what a good side for this is? I have no ideas what so ever so any suggestions are good.

French's French Fried Onion and Honey Mustard Chicken

I haven’t posted anything besides questions for a while, so I thought I’d share my dinner success for the evening. I got the recipe off the French’s website, but modified it slightly. The original recipe calls for 4 boneless skinless chicken breasts, but I didn’t feel like those tonight. Here’s how I did it.

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This turned out really well, very flavorful and juicy. Plus, it’s ridiculously easy, so even if you’re tired at the end of the day, it takes about 5 minutes to prepare, and there’s no additional fuss.

Note: The original recipe called for boneless chicken breasts, as I mentioned above. If you choose to use those instead of the bone in dark meat, the recommended cook time is about 20 minutes at the same temp.
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The wonders of broccoli (share some with me!)

My grandma got a nice bag with several....er...bouquets? Heads? of broccoli, and I was very exited, as I only ate it once almost a decade ago, but still remember how much I liked it...

Now, all I remember is that it was steamed Broccoli topped with either cheese or bechemel (really can't remember), but while the idea of topping it with bechemel is very, very tempting (because that white goodness makes everything better, oh~) I was curious as to what other alternatives we had. The thing's raw yet, so, any suggestion is more than welcome!