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Strawberry Barbecue Sauce

Strawberry Barbecue Sauce

We were lucky enough to be gifted with freshly picked strawberries recently and instead of making jam, I decided to make barbecue sauce and marinade instead. The family loved the strawberry flavored barbecue that not only looked it but also smelled gorgeous while it was cooking. I started the sauce by blending the sauce with…

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How to Make Sausage Gravy

How to Make Sausage Gravy

So I made a huge brunch yesterday that just made my husband so happy, my wife meter just went up a few notches higher. He couldn’t stop thanking me for the meal all day! 🙂 So if you love a Southern guy who just can’t live without breakfast, then you gotta learn to make sausage…

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Easy Hot Pepper Relish

Easy Hot Pepper Relish

We have two cayenne pepper plants in our garden this summer and they have been most prolific. I already have jars full of pickled peppers in the pantry, I’ve given bags of them away, and still we come in with a bowl full of them everyday! So just to mix it up a bit, I…

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Emeril’s BBQ Sauce & Creole Seasoning

Emeril’s BBQ Sauce & Creole Seasoning

We did the traditional cookout last 4th of July and I decided to try out Emeril’s Homemade Barbecue sauce which was published on Reader’s Digest last month. I usually don’t like barbecue sauce on my grilled meats but when I saw this recipe I decided to try it and was I ever glad I did!…

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Lasagne of Emilia-Romagna (Lasagne Verdi al Forno)

Lasagne of Emilia-Romagna (Lasagne Verdi al Forno)

The Daring Bakers have a new home in the Daring Kitchen! If you hadn’t heard of the daring bakers before, come visit with other cooks in the newly opened Daring Kitchen and participate in the monthly cooking and baking events that will be sure to challenge you and stretch your imagination. The March 2009 challenge…

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The Fry Sauce Contest

The Fry Sauce Contest

Have you ever heard of Fry Sauce? You probably have and just didn’t know it was called fry sauce. That was certainly the case for me. I had been using fry sauce and different variations of it over the years and never knew it had a name! I actually thought at first that I had…

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Tahini

Tahini

I was getting ready to make the baba ganoush to go with the Lavosh challenge for Daring Bakers when I realized I didn’t have any tahini in my pantry. I remembered that I had some sesame seeds that I had bought at the Asian market, so I decided to make Tahini first. Tahini is simply…

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Recipes to Rival: Thank George’s Bank

Recipes to Rival: Thank George’s Bank

This is the dish for July’s Recipes to Rival challenge chosen by our hostesses, Belita of Culinary Adventures and Lori of Lipsmacking Goodness. Recipes to Rival is a monthly food blogging event conceived in the spirit of The Daring Bakers where the host or hostess chooses a recipe and everyone in the group makes it…

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