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Try Savory Cranberry Brie Bites at Your Next Party

savory cranberry brie bites onion rosemary filo dough cups

Today I’m sharing with you one of my very favorite recipes.  I’ve been making some variation of savory cranberry brie bites at my Christmas party for something like fifteen years!  I know we’re not that close to Christmas, but I wanted to share this now in case you need a…

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Try this crustless quiche for a fantastic make-ahead meal!

crustless quiche spinach mushroom cheddar

The one thing I told myself I’d never do on this blog is weight loss/fitness posts.  Hell, I don’t even allow ads for those kinds of sites!  So anyway, I’m not going to get into the benefits of one diet over another or anything like that.  You do you.  But…

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Ukrops-Inspired Redskin Potato Salad

redskin potato salad ukrops copycat

I’m sure it’s getting pretty darn repetitive to hear about how I’m moving soon.  I know, I know.  It’s been months!  Just move already!  It’s looking more and more like the move is happening soon, so hopefully you wont have to hear about this much longer!  I have a tentative…

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Rich and Savory French Onion Dip Cups

Avoid double-dipping! Bake French onion dip in mini-muffin pie crust cups.

I’m sure this comes as a shock to you, but I’m not a big sports fan.  I know, right?  How can this super-nerdy chick who is working on PhD in bioorganic chemistry while crafting, soapmaking, and baking NOT be a giant fan of all the sports?!!  Anyway, I saw some…

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Thick and Hearty Garbanzo Bean Soup

Vegan garbanzo bean soup using canned beans.

After the ridiculous indulgence of the smoked Gouda cauliflower gratin (or maybe you used skim milk and it wasn’t so bad?), I felt like it was time to lighten up the blog without compromising on heartiness.  I mean, it is freezing outside after all.  This garbanzo bean soup has been…

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Lucky Bread: Onions, provolone, and smoked paprika butter

Onion, smoked paprika, and provolone baked bread

It’s still cold as hell out, which means the comfort food is going to keep on coming!  Today I’m sharing with you a classic family recipe: Lucky Bread.  Why do we call it Lucky Bread?  Who the hell knows.  I’m pretty confident that this came from a PTA cookbook from…

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