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Salted Caramel Ice Cream

Salted Caramel Ice Cream

Serves: 5-6

Time: 4 -5 hours (including freezing time)

Difficulty: Moderate

This flavor was a request from a reader and it has, by far, become my most popular gluten free, dairy free ice cream!

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Banana Split Ice Cream
 
Prep Day!

Prep Day!

Time: 2-3 hours on your off day

Difficulty: Easy

Back to Basics Most of us are very busy ~ I think it is just the sign of the times.  Fast food and take-out have unfortunately become the “norm” of our daily eating habits as […]

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Lobster and Asparagus

Lobster and Asparagus

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Posted: January 11, 2013

Day 11 of 31:  Back to Basics They had a package of two lobster tails in a pack at Trader Joe’s for a great price, so I picked some up.  Lobster tails are succulent, low […]

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B.A.T. Crazy Lettuce Wraps

B.A.T. Crazy Lettuce Wraps

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Posted: January 10, 2013

Meal 10 of 31:  Back to Basics B.A.T. = Bacon, Avocado and Tomato Enough said.  I used Bibb Lettuce but you can use Iceberg, Romaine or whatever you prefer or have in the house. Buying thick […]

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Five Spice Flank Steak with Shiitakes, Peppers, Onions

Five Spice Flank Steak with Shiitakes, Peppers, Onions

Time: 15 minutes

Difficulty: Easy

I purchased some Chinese Five Spice a few months ago because it looked interesting and I had never cooked with it.  Wow ~ it has amazing flavor (a mix of anise, cinnamon, star anise, cloves and ginger) and make a great marinade.

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Derby Day Burgoo

Derby Day Burgoo

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Posted: May 5, 2012

Burgoo?!  What’s that?  It’s a traditional soup/stew in Kentucky especially celebrated on the week of the Kentucky Derby.  Once cooked in large iron kettles,  this concoction used meat from that day’s hunting expedition and veggies that were  already on-hand […]

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Chunky Chocolate Cookies

Chunky Chocolate Cookies

Time: 10 minutes

Difficulty: Easy

Just chunky goodness if you are craving something sweet!

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Ostrich Egg Fritatta

Ostrich Egg Fritatta

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Posted: April 28, 2012

I had no idea what to do with this strange find, but a fritatta seemed to be the best choice.  It fit perfectly into a 12-inch skillet (approximately 1.5 inches deep).  The ostrich egg tastes […]

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Cuke & Onion Side Salad

Cuke & Onion Side Salad

My mom used to make this all time for us when I was growing up. I haven’t had it in years…it’s funny how tastes and smells can take you back in time. This is a […]

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