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Month: October 2018

Caramel Corn

Caramel Corn

Decadent caramel sauce, drizzled over puffed, fluffy popcorn then baked to a sweet crunch – absolutely divine! Making homemade candy and confections has become somewhat a lost art. Admittedly, making most candy takes a fair amount of time and effort but the results can also […]

Bierocks

Bierocks

In a day or two the little ghosts and goblins will be roaming the neighborhood in search of treats. Don’t send them out the door hungry, send them out with this hearty handheld meal – a delightful meat filled puff of dough! Bierocks, Bierock or […]

Lentil Stew with Roasted Salmon Fillets

Lentil Stew with Roasted Salmon Fillets

A comforting lentil stew starts with a beautiful base of aromatics before it’s finished with a delicate roasted salmon fillet. Years ago I made this dish frequently but for some reason I had all but forgotten about it. Until recently. We were out and about […]

Rustic Apple Tart

Rustic Apple Tart

A beautiful rustic tart filled with a medley of apples baked inside a crisp, flaky crust – utterly delicious! The unmistakable aroma of apples as they bake fills your home with all the comforts of fall. This rustic pastry – also known as a pie, […]

Island Pork Tenderloin

Island Pork Tenderloin

Succulent pork tenderloin with layer upon layer of vibrant flavors bursting in your mouth in the most amazing ways! Pork tenderloin is one of our favorite cuts of meat and it’s so easy to prepare. I stumbled across this recipe years ago in Gourmet – […]

Pumpkin and Pecans – Twice the Fun for Brunch!

Pumpkin and Pecans – Twice the Fun for Brunch!

The aroma of fall baking is really like no other. Savory pumpkin sweetened with pure maple syrup and brought to life with an abundance of spices! I like so many others, love pumpkin. But I cringe at the way it is overused and overexposed – […]

Cornbread

Cornbread

Golden on the outside with a nutty, flavorful crumb tucked inside. This is the type of cornbread my Mom and Grandmothers made. Just as any Southern cook has at least one “go to” biscuit recipe you can bet they have one or two great cornbread […]

Classic Beef Stew

Classic Beef Stew

With cold weather blowing into North Texas there’s no better way to warm up than with a big steaming batch of beef stew. Loaded with chunks of tender beef and a mountain of vegetables, this is the epitome of comfort simmered low and slow in […]

The Sidecar and Stuffed Dates – A Perfect Pairing for Fall!

The Sidecar and Stuffed Dates – A Perfect Pairing for Fall!

Cooler weather and a Friday evening. A welcome excuse to toast the weekend and share a pairing of two great classics to warm the soul and soothe the mood! Start with The Sidecar. This vintage cocktail begins with a swipe of fresh orange around the […]

Baked Pears

Baked Pears

Creamy, luscious fall fruit baked with a touch of cream and a hint of almond – an easy and elegant dessert. This is one of the simplest desserts – perfect for last minute dinner guests and easily adapted for a party of 2 or 20! […]

White Bean and Chicken Chili

White Bean and Chicken Chili

As a native Texan, calling this delicious dish “chili” might seem like sacrilege. But the hearty, slightly spicy nature of this soup brings a great twist on a familiar classic! Made with great Northern white beans and roasted chicken this chili has a lighter tone […]

Apple Biscuit Cake

Apple Biscuit Cake

Whether for brunch or tea in the afternoon, this is deliciously unique version of the classic coffee cake. Cinnamon spiced apples perched atop lightly sweetened biscuit dough. I stumbled onto this recipe in a cookbook, originally published in 1944. Emily, knowing my love for cookbooks […]


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