Olive Oil and Rosemary Artisan Bread Recipe

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 Incredibly tasty Olive Oil and Rosemary Artisan Bread Recipe This Olive Oil and Rosemary Artisan Bread Recipe is one of my favorite bread recipes. It's rustic profile is visually appealing and the flavor is to die for. It makes a great bread for a dinner that has a meat entree so this is what I am planning to go with my Slow Cooker Ham Recipe for Easter. Not only will it be … [Read more...]

Basic Pancake Recipe – Fluffy and Delicious

Basic fluffy pancake recipe

My Grandmother's Basic Pancake Recipe Your basic pancake, flapjack, griddle cake....whatever you choose to call them, are an American breakfast favorite.  Everyone has their favorite childhood memory of those luscious little cakey disks smothered in maple syrup.  Such a popular breakfast food and yet most Americans make them from premixed ingredients in a cardboard box.  Trust … [Read more...]

Slow Cooker Coq Au Vin

slow cooker coq au vin recipe

  Slow Cooker Coq Au Vin - Convenient French Comfort Food Hearty Coq Au Vin sounds exotic, foreign and sexy but it really is French comfort food. Slow Cooker Coq Au Vin makes this recipe an easy, economical hot meal for a working family. Walk in the door after working all day, cook up a side of rice or egg noodles, or mashed potatoes and Voila! You have dinner ready in record … [Read more...]

Minute® Rice Blueberry Rice Pudding helps relieve holiday stress!

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When Minute® Rice asked to write this sponsored post and share two of my labor saving holiday recipes with you, I was so glad for the opportunity. I LOOOOOOVE Christmas!!!!! I love the colors, the smells, the decorations, the happiness, and of course, the presents! But it's a lot of work.  So much preparation goes into that one day and I've done a lot of Christmases by this … [Read more...]

Pumpkin Recipes after the Witching Hour!

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After tonight there will be a lot of "slightly used" pumpkins around that shouldn't be allowed to go to waste. I light my Jack o' Lantern using a glow stick so as not to ruin the flesh.  It's been kept nice and cold outside for the last few days with our northern Maine chilly temps - 41 degrees today. So tomorrow I will dig out a few of my favorite pumpkin recipes and put my … [Read more...]