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We have this amazingly abundant fig tree giving us these beautiful mission figs, and being new to owning a fig tree, I was not sure what I could do with them besides fig jam, fig cookies, and figs with prosciutto. … Continue reading
Posted in Recipe Tagged 45 minute meals, chicken and figs, easy meals, figs, figs and chicken, One dish meals
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Special Family Recipes
Do you have a yummy dish that your mom, aunt, grandma or mother-in-law makes that you only get when your at their house? Maybe one from your grandpa, uncle or dad? You know, that special dish they make that you … Continue reading
Posted in Connecting through Food, General, Recipe Tagged cooking with love, family history, family recipes, family traditions, foods you love, lemon meringue pie, pie, sharing recipes
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Black-Eyed Peas – good luck made with love!
Each year for as long back as I can remember (nearly 30 I think) my dear friend Denny has been brining over black-eyed peas on New Years Eve for us to eat the next day to start off the year … Continue reading
Posted in Holiday Traditions, Recipe Tagged Black eyed peas, easy meals, family, homemade, New years traditions, simple meals, traditions, vegetables
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This eggs florentine recipe is easy and very yummy! 1 clove garlic, 1/4 cup heavy cream, 1/3 cup Romano cheese, 2 cups spinach, 4 eggs. In large pan, heat garlic, cream and cheese for few minutes, toss in spinach, cook … Continue reading
Ricotta Cake with Lemon Glaze
I’m not really much of a sweet eater, however, I could eat one of these cakes in one sitting! It is moist, yummy and delicious. I’ve made this a few times for friends now, and it got rave reviews. Hope … Continue reading
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Easter Dinner at the McNickle home..
We had a great day yesterday! Hubby Tim and I went to church (Unity of Marin) services at 11:15, then to breakfast at a nearby place, then home for a day of cooking and hanging out. Our son Taylor joined us … Continue reading
Posted in General, Holiday Traditions, Recipe Tagged Bunt Cake, Easter Dinner, Easy Cooking, family, Roasted Pork, Roasted Pork with Vegetables, Roasted Vegetables, Stuffed ARtichoke, traditions
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Italian Easter Sausage Bread
Every family has their traditions. Some are religious in nature. Some are activities shared by the family at certain times of the year. Others are food related. In my family we have traditions in each category, but most tend to … Continue reading
Posted in General, Holiday Traditions, Recipe Tagged Bread, Easter, Easter Recipes, Eater Italian Sausage Bread, holiday recipes, Italian Easter Traditions, Italian Sausage bread, Sausage and Bread, traditions
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Flavorful Tips for Pesto Sauce and Butternut Squash Soup…
Yesterday my friend Jeanine and I took a cooking class in Sausalito (ITK) on gluten-free cooking. She has been eating gluten-free for about a year, and my husband Tim and I have recently discovered that a gluten-free diet really helps cut … Continue reading
Posted in Cooking Tips, General, Recipe Tagged broccoli, butternut squash soup, coconut milk, dairy free, gluten free, pesto, pesto sauce, quinoa, quinoa salad, roasted soups, roasted vegetable soups, vegetarian
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Easy and simple mid-week meals
As I reflect back, I realize that even though I didn’t love the process of cooking until later on in life, I always loved the traditions around food and cooking with my family and feeding those I care for. This is … Continue reading
Posted in Recipe Tagged easy meals, pasta, simple meals, tuna cassarole
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