Yearly Archives: 2009

This is an easy, delicious slow cooker recipe. The pork chops are tender, and covered with a creamy sauce. I am serving this with hard rolls, and a crisp green salad tonight! Ingredients:  1 tablespoon butter 1 tablespoon olive oil 6 pork loin chops 1 can (10-3/4 ounces) condensed cream of chicken soup, undiluted 1 […]

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 This is a delicious little bar cookie. If you like lemon bars, and you are a coconut lover, you will devour these bars. Ingredients:  35 NILLA Wafers, finely crushed (about 1-1/3 cups) 1 cup sugar, divided  1/4 cup (1/2 stick) butter or margarine, melted 1 tsp. grated lemon peel 2 eggs 1/4 cup lemon juice […]

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This is a fabulous dessert, made with phyllo pastry. Phyllo is actually quite easy to work with, and it’s delicious. Try this recipe soon, it will be a keeper! YOU WILL NEED: 1/2 cup whole almonds, toasted 3/4 cup oatmeal 1/2 cup light brown sugar 1/4 cup granulated sugar 2 teaspoons cinnamon 3 medium peaches, […]

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Is there anyone who doesn’t love eating a crisp, warm Apple Fritter? My Grandma South made these delicious little puffy doughnuts, and they would only last a matter of minutes. They are so simple to make, and even easier to eat! Place fritters on a nice serving plate, and drizzle with spiced syrup. You can […]

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One of my blog readers wondered if I had a similar recipe to Chili’s white chocolate molten cake. I did find 2 different recipes for you to try. One is a very easy version, and the 2Nd a little more complicated. You can use white Chocolate or Milk Chocolate for the Cake recipe. I think […]

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One of my blog readers asked if I had a recipe for these delicious muffins. I hope this is what you were needing Steph. This version has a wonderful sugar crunch topping. Sometimes I also add fresh raspberries to the muffin batter. Enjoy! YOU WILL NEED:  2 1/2 cups flour 1 cup granulated sugar 3/4 […]

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click for a larger picture Look at this adorable creature! My daughter (Shannon) brought this home from work (Robert’s Crafts) yesterday. One of the sweet employees (Heidi) made these for each of them After looking it over, we decided that she used this cookie A Mallomar that was piped with sweet frosting, topped with sprinkles. […]

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These luscious treats are made of melted white chocolate, butter, egg yolks and whipping cream. It’s chilled, formed into balls and rolled in your favorite nuts, or coconut. (I used Almonds) Next time, I think I will toast the coconut, which would be even more delicious. You could also roll the balls in chocolate, then […]

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I’ve made several recipes of Chicken Cordon Bleu, but this one is really fabulous. Chicken with ham and Swiss cheese, covered in a delicious cream sauce, over hot linguine is a meal fit for a King. I used Angel Hair Pasta, and it was terrific. It is not difficult to prepare, and one you will […]

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Fresh Pesto is an all time favorite of mine. Combine those flavors with a rich sauce made with cheeses & herbs, stuffed into panko crusted chicken breasts, and it’s absolutely delish! I will also post a great pesto recipe, that I recently tried in my brand new 14 cup Cuisinart Food Processor. Oh Baby…it is […]

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Chicken scampi is the perfect alternative for anyone who doesn’t like seafood but loves scampi. Angel hair pasta goes great with this scampi dish, because of it’s thinness. Serve with a nice crusty Italian French bread and a crisp green salad. What could be better!   * Ingredients: * 1 1/2 lb. skinless, boneless chicken […]

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This recipe comes from Good Things Utah, where Chef Steve Ulibarri prepared this fabulous dish. It’s a tender, seasoned chicken breast, wrapped in flaky filo dough, with a delicious Lemon Herb cream sauce. I plan to try this soon, since I love flaky filo. Let me know if you also try it as well. Filo […]

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