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Rabioli & Salad

This recipe is all mine, and commentary runs throughout…  Feel free to pin! Rabioli & Salad aka James’s Go-To Meal That Isn’t Cereal Ingredients Start with the finest ingredients you can find rushing through the store after work.  True gourmet meals … Continue reading

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Superhero Bread

The Kitchn is one of the greatest resources for everything cooking, baking, and kitchen oriented.  I found this recipe on their website. If you’re interested in the results and my life, I wrote a few paragraphs under the recipe and recipe … Continue reading

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Sesame Chicken

This is an adapted version of a recipe I found on Life Made Simple, via Pinterest, in an effort to stick it to an economy that’s increased Chinese food delivery prices by 50%.  (I wish I was lying.)  If you’re … Continue reading

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Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins

This is an adapted version of the recipe I found on the Baking ChocolaTess, via Pinterest, in a desperate search to find a way to both use up our rapidly browning bananas and a fun muffin recipe I could make … Continue reading

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Hunger Strike Muffins

I found this recipe on Simple Moments Stick via Pinterest.  I can’t take any credit for the name (or the recipe) – that’s all Susannah.  Check out the original recipe – the story behind the name is cute. If you’re interested … Continue reading

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Amalgam Coleslaw Dressing

This one was created by me after I reviewed about 10 different coleslaw recipes. If you’re interested in the results and my life, I wrote a few paragraphs under the recipe and recipe notes. Amalgam Coleslaw Dressing Ingredients 1 cup … Continue reading

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