Monthly Archives: March, 2012

Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner!

I’m always looking for new ways to fix chicken.  But my kids are kind of picky, and my husband doesn’t always like something different, so it’s hard.  A few days ago, I found a recipe for crock pot Italian chicken.  But I didn’t have everything I needed on hand to make that particular recipe, so I …

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Molten Lava Cakes

Yes, I know I already made Molten Chocolate Lava Cookies.  But these are cakes, so they’re different.  I found this recipe in the Food Network Magazine chocolate issue. Tell me you could stand in the checkout line next to this and not pick it up.  C’mon, it’s a whole chocolate issue! The recipe I made tonight was The …

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And Now, A Word From Our Sponsor

A couple of years ago, C started telling me what he knew about orange juice.  He told me how many oranges it took to make a carton of orange juice, and about the size and shape of the container.  He sounded very knowledgeable, and I was thinking that he must have watched some informative video …

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Pretzels, Take 2

Faced with an unexpected snow day, what else would I do but bake?  I mentioned before that I have several different pretzel recipes on my Pinterest boards, so I thought I’d try another one (read about the first one here).  This one is for pretzel rolls, and they looked so good. from une bonne vie  …

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February Digest

February came and went in a flash.  I began the month firmly in the grip of a very nasty three-week head cold.  I was trying not to miss school because I had just missed two days staying home with my sick daughter, but I finally had to give in.  On a Thursday evening, I came …

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Play Ball!

Today is the first Spring Training game for the Cincinnati Reds, it is 32 days until Opening Day, and I dropped C off this morning at a baseball mini-camp put on by our high school team.  C wore his baseball pants and last year’s C-league jersey and hat.  I got this big stupid grin on …

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