Month: April 2022

Cooking

How To Make A Cake Box

  One of the sweet thoughts that most people are doing is give cakes. It is already an accepted norm to give someone special or close to your heart something that will make that person happy. It will be even extra special when you bake the cake yourself, but you can also buy it from pastry […]

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Broccoli and Red Pepper Quiche

Get raves with this crunchy-tender broccoli and red pepper quiche   Even my meat-loving son-in-law’s eyes light up when he sees this festive dish on the table. I bet yours will too. Paired with my tender, flaky, whole wheat pie crust, this delectable quiche, filled with broccoli and red pepper laced custard, is as wholesome […]

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Simple Pan Roasted Garlic Shrimp

Light Shrimp Recipe   I have to confess that this is a favorite of mine and my mom’s. We have this tradition of eating a few times while we are at the beach and one night I offer to cook and this is the dish that I have kind of made a tradition that we […]

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How To Decorate Pumpkin Pie

  Aside from apple pie, pumpkin pie is also one of the most sought-after pies, especially in the United States. It has been considered one of the prime foods eaten by many Americans. Aside from being one of the most anticipated foods, especially during holiday seasons, it has for centuries been considered one of their favorites. […]

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Noodle and Ground Beef Casserole

Casseroles: A Classic Favorite   Casseroles were a big part of my growing up. If we weren’t eating them at our house, then we were somehow finding a way to get ourselves invited for dinner with our friends. Needless to say, I like casseroles. Nope. Let me rephrase that. I LOVE CASSEROLES! Casseroles have taken […]

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How To Make A Spinach And Goat Cheese Lasagna

  Lasagna refers to a type of pasta that is long and thin, cut into fat (about 3–inch wide) strips. To prepare a lasagna, you would traditionally layer the noodles in a pan. In between the layers you would add sauce (usually tomato sauce), cheese (most often ricotta), spices, and perhaps meat and/or vegetables. The […]

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Hash Brown Casserole With Broccoli Cheese And Chicken

This recipe is intended to basically be your whole meal. However, if you take the chicken out, you could very easily do this as just a side dish. I myself, like all of it together! The kids even love it. Now that’s saying something. What You Will Need (1) Pkg. Frozen Broccoli (1) 2.5 Lb. […]

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