Grilled Shrimp, Scallion, And Bacon Quesadillas With Smoky Guacamole

Quesadillas are turning into my go to meal this Spring instead of the Paninis that we made during the winter. Quesadillas like Paninis are so versatile when it comes to their fillings. Last week we had one filled with BBQ chicken that was a little overpowering with the BBQ flavor. When I am rushed for…
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Potato And Goat Cheese Spanish Tortilla

Day 68: “The Six O’Clock Scramble” March 8, 2011 The season of lent is upon us and we are on the look out for lent friendly meals.  When I was a kids it was my mom’s homemade mac and cheese.  When my husband was a kid he had buttered noodles, noodles with milk or fried…
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Throw A Panini Party

Does the word panini give you the shakes?  Are you afraid you don’t have the skill to make such a fancy sandwich?  No fear because if you can make a grilled cheese sandwich you can make a panini.  Here is what my friend Wikipedia defines a panini as:  “In Italy, a panino (Italian pronunciation: [paˈniːno]) is customarily made…
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Kids In The Kitchen Mini Egg Rolls

Egg Rolls are one of those appetizers that I never thought of making myself  in miniature form, but boy am I glad I tried it.  I have been buying mini egg rolls at our big box warehouse store for years.  These however taste so much better and I have control over the ingredients in it.  The…
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Beef Satay With Peanut Sauce

Finally a cookbook loaded with pictures and also detailed instructions from how to steam vegetables from to how to stew.  It is the picture in this cookbook that brought me to the recipe for the beef sate.  I had a friend help me choose the recipes for this week and she was really drawn to the…
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