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Last week a coworker at my old job was crazy busy, babysitting her grandchildren and helping her daughter out. As a result, I offered to make a dish to please the kids and keep her out of the kitchen during …

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Another one of our April recipes was to try our hand at crackers. We saw these: What? Are you serious?? and decided that we needed to make our own, stat. First up, we wanted to use whole wheat flour because …

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Step one. Meat. Lots of meat. I am not normally a meat lasagna eater, but alas, here we were. And we were too far in to make moderations now. So we went on, meat in hand. Or, in skillet. Now, …

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This is the beginning of some very delicious artichoke dip. Meanwhile, make some bacon for your potato skins. After the twice baked potato fiasco of 2010, we were wary of potato skins, but it ended OK. Also, cut up 18 …

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That’s some gluten free flour. I swear. See, there it is! It’s marvelous!! Thank you King Arthur, thank you. The Pioneer Woman is BACK. We are back on, PW, we are so back on. So first you make a roux …

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Thursday night was Pierogi Night at the HAP House, in order to fill our Daring Cooks’ Challenge! The August 2010 Daring Cooks’ Challenge was hosted by LizG of Bits n’ Bites and Anula of Anula’s Kitchen. They chose to challenge …

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We’ve been a little bit behind on the PW Challenge, and we’re bouncing around all summer, so we made breakfast for dinner last weekend to get some out of the way. On the menu? Huevos Hyacinth Edna Mae’s Sour Cream …

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Corelyn and I are trying this PW challenge. We’ve made 9 of the 63 recipes. It’s only March. I feel OK about it. A while back, we made chili. It was supposedly simple, perfect chili. It was simple. It was …

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An apron for the birthday girl. “WHAT is this?” – Corelyn “It is a meat tenderizer.” – Jennie “I will show you how it works. You twist here.” – Jennie “Then you hit the meat. But if you hit me …

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