Monthly Archives: November 2009

Always Around

Just got to thinking about things that can always be found in different places in my kitchen. Here goes my list. Top 5 things in each section: Freezer1. Berries (fresh picked)2. Ginger (to make it last longer)3. Chips (chocolate, butterscotch, … Continue reading

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New Roasted Cauliflower

Most people enjoy leftovers after Thanksgiving. Not me, well at least not that many. By Saturday we were wanting some veggies. I remembered seeing this recipe at Craving Greens blog and wanted to try it. Dad didn’t like it, Mom … Continue reading

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Pineapple Tuna Salad (2009.45)

My Mom picked up this cookbook for me in Tampa: Victorian Recipes. It is a collection of old Tampa recipes from difference B&Bs, older Southern ladies, and restaurants. I picked out something healthy to make. While it tasted good – … Continue reading

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Menu Week: Nov 30 (no leftovers)

This weekend – I actually got tired of cooking. I don’t know if it was cooking in a kitchen that wasn’t my own. I do love cooking with my Mom – but after 4 days – we were both running … Continue reading

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Anadama Bread

I heard about Anadama bread this past weekend in Paintsville. I had never heard of it – but we had everything at the house to make it. So, that was the first thing we made for this Thanksgiving meal. It … Continue reading

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Chocolate Banana Bread – 2009.44

Tyler Florence definitely has a winner on his hand! This tastes like a brownie in bread form. So good.Wasn’t too rich, you could see chunks of banana in it. We didn’t have any vanilla, so substituted coconut extract – and … Continue reading

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Christina 5k = PR

Whoohoo! 🙂 The weather started out a little chilly this morning: 46 degrees when I left the house to head to the other end of town to start a 5k. The weather started to warm up and was maybe mid … Continue reading

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