Salted Honey Tartlettes for your Sweetie Pie

These Salted Honey Tartlettes are a variation on Honey Pie and this recipe can absolutely be made into a sweet, beautiful pie, instead of mini tarts, if you like. I

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Slow-Cooked Country-Style Ribs with Sauerkraut and Apples

Country Style Ribs with Sauerkraut and Apples is one of the very few dishes that I make in my slow-cooker/crock pot. It’s not that I don’t appreciate the wonderful convenience

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Cinnamon Apple Beignets

Cinnamon Apple Beignets are just a fancy name for apple fritters.  (Perhaps you know the pronunciation for the French word, beignet, is “ben-YAY”, but I’m just going to leave that here

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Parmesan Crusted Potato Turnip Gratin

This Parmesan Crusted Potato Turnip Gratin is a new twist on an old favorite. My mom, sister-in-law and I have been making some version of this Upper Crust Potato recipe

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Blueberry Pie Oatmeal

I call this Blueberry Pie Oatmeal because it tastes sort of like eating a bowl of hot blueberry pie for breakfast. Don’t get me wrong, if there happens to be

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Alison’s Turkey Meatballs

Taking full advantage of my youngest child, Alison, on her last winter break from college, I asked her to make one of her own recipes to post on my blog

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Bavarian Apple Torte

Bavarian Apple Torte is one of my absolute favorite desserts, combining cinnamon spiced baked apples with a creamy cheesecake layer and a crust that tastes like caramelized sugar cookie. Ridiculous,

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Cream of Mushroom Soup

This Cream of Mushroom Soup recipe is a crowd pleaser in our house, satisfying both the vegetarians and the omnivores so I often make a big pot of it in

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Sesame Almond Ginger Lace Cookies (GF)

What can I say about Sesame Almond Ginger Lace cookies that the photos don’t immediately reveal? They’re practically transparent. I’m sure that you can see that they are crisp, sweet,

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Colcannon (Traditional Irish Mashed Potatoes)

Colcannon is a traditional Irish dish of mashed potatoes with cabbage (or kale) and leeks that I remembered this week because I found myself with an over abundance of cabbage.

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