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Friday, June 27, 2014

Grilled Lamb Chops 
With Fresh Cherry-Plum Salsa, 
Steamed Spinach, & Cilantro Rice Pilaf
We love barbecuing and grilling. I have a very heavy duty iron grilling pan. It's great for toasting buns for burgers and dogs, vegetables and fruits, and of course all types of meats and seafood. One of it's great features is that it's usable on the stove top. It makes foolproof grilling possible by the simple fact that you can watch it up close.

Monday, June 23, 2014

Brownie Cookies

I have a couple different crackle-cookie recipes. Some are quite fickle, but they all taste great. This recipe is not too sweet, a bit rich with a great full chocolate flavor enhanced by the espresso. These are tender, moist and chewy just like our favorite brownies. The recipe doesn’t contain very much flour blend, which doesn’t impede the structure or taste at all. 

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Silky Butterscotch Pudding

This pudding is naturally Gluten Free!

I think our whole family loves butterscotch whether it’s in
pudding form, indulgent sauce for ice cream, or

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Lemon Sour Cream Mousse Tarts
With Fresh Fruits
I really enjoy looking at beautiful pies, even though mine aren't always in that state when they're done. But then again I am my very worst critic in all things. It took me awhile to be accepting of the "freeform" style, being in the thinking mode that all crusts must be crimped in some fashion, and that everything should look cooking-school-brochure perfect. Hmmm...

Friday, June 6, 2014

Lemon Orzo-Rice Pilaf

              I really liked this GF product. It cooked up well and was a nice addition to the rice.

I've making lemon rice pilaf for eons. My kids loved all types of rice dishes and when I needed to be a single Mama with three kiddos, rice was a main meal staple sometimes three times a day. We ate it steamed, boiled, pilaf-ed, usually in a savory manor.

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

5 Star Waffles
Yup. I know that I've already got a waffle recipe, but if we had to make a choice between the two? This would be the one. The first one has flax seeds, this one has psyllium husk powder. Nutrition wise, both the flax and the psyllium are important for your bodies health, but with the flax seeds you need to hydrate them. Adding more moisture and humidity can also have a big play in how the waffles come out, quite often they will be gummy despite using the exact same recipe.