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Here it is, our favorite Salad. It’s so easy to make, and the pork is tender and delicious. I’ve never made it to the actual Cafe’, but you can easily duplicate this recipe at home. My daughter made this for a dinner after a baby blessing, and everyone loved it. Pork Barbacoa  6 lbs. pork […]

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 Some days. Yes . . . some days are over the top hectic. This recipe is for those some days. It just doesn’t get easier than this. I’m still trying to take care of the ever producing garden, and knee deep in bottling SALSA.  This chicken was tender and delicious.  I used 1 tsp of […]

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Hi Everyone, I hope that you all had a fantastic Christmas.  I know that I sure did! Hopefully you were all able to enjoy a few days off from work, and relax a bit.  Christmas is certainly special, but I’m not sure if it’s relaxing… now that I’m thinking about it.  We were able to share the joy with […]

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Who doesn’t like a delicious, slow cooked roast… with Potatoes, gravy and tender carrots. Add to that some nice hot rolls and you have a full meal. I have two newly married daughters, who will probably want to pull out the slow cooker, and give this a whirl. This is a family favorite…..& so very […]

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Oh what do you do in the summertime . . . When it’s supposed to be hot? On the 4th of July, we practically needed our winter coats! Just pretend it’s too warm to heat up the kitchen. Option #1 – Grill Option #2 – Slow Cooker or Crock Pot This is a quick, simple […]

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Today, I thought I was heading to jury duty.  You know, that thing that comes in the mail saying you been summoned.  Last night, I was so thoughtfully informed that it was postponed for one week.  I don’t have to wait and wonder what is planned for next Friday though, it’s already been planned.  I […]

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Well I have a bit of jet lag, but I’m back. We loved on a brand new baby girl and it was sad to leave. I made Chicken Pot Pie Crumble to help with the sadness!

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Get your taste buds ready for an explosion of yumminess! That’s probably not even a word, but that’s o.k. See . . .  It’s good Old Fashioned Homemade Pot Pie.  Not from the freezer section of the grocery store.  It’s not difficult, I promise. It’s flaky delicious . . . and fattening. You can run […]

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 This recipe comes from Chef Kurtis Baguley of the Grand America Hotel. He was a featured guest of “Good Things Utah.” With this recipe, everyone gets their own individual Peach Pot Pie! For the crust: 2 ½ cups All purpose flour 1 TBL sugar, granulated 1 tsp salt, granulated ½ lb unsalted butter, cold, chopped […]

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Last night, we had Chicken Pot Pie. It’s one of our favorites for sure. Most of us probably buy the frozen Marie Calendar pies, for something fast and easy, but this recipe is delicious, & not at all difficult. I usually make my own pie crust, but if you are short on time, just buy […]

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This recipe from the Kraft magazine, caught my eye….since I really like Pot Pie. I haven’t tried this yet, but I will very soon. It uses Puff Pastry for the top, but you could also use purchased or homemade pie crust as well. The reviews were all 5 star, so it must be pretty darn […]

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Pot pies are usually topped with a pastry crust. The batter used for the “crust” of this pot pie is more typically used for popovers. When heated, the thin batter creates enough steam to cause the batter to “pop up” and form a puffed topping. Simple & really good! I like to sprinkle Parmesan cheese […]

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 You know . . . Some things are never forgotten. They remain tucked in that region of the brain labeled – “Oh . . . this is my favorite dessert” part of the brain. You know – you have that region too. Betty Crocker I’m mad at you! Date Bars used to be a convenient, […]

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Have I got a great Cookie recipe for you! This recipe is the 2009 Betty Crocker winner. They are rich and deliciously good. These treats are a bigger and better version of one of my favorite snacks – you know the Chex Muddy Buddies. Your family might call that snack Puppy Chow. These cookies taste […]

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Here is a fabulous idea from Betty Crocker. I think it would be a yummy, easy dessert to serve during a summer party, Bridal shower, etc. Nestled between the brownie layers is White Chocolate pudding, then topped with strawberries. You could even drizzle Hot Fudge sauce over the top, to make it even fancier. This […]

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I don’t usually buy packaged Brownie mixes, however my girls love them. This recipe is from Betty Crocker and they look really yummy. I have not tried these yet, but plan to very soon. I will have to eat them all, because my husband doesn’t really care for chocolate or sweets! Can you imagine that? […]

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Many of you will be celebrating the 4th of July . . . in big ways. Red, White & Blue is all over the place! My only contribution thus far, are these sweet little mini cupcakes that I made for the ladies that I . . . V.T. Nothing special . . . but one […]

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This happens to be one of my favorite recipes! For some strange reason, I had an abudance of pecans in my freezer that I needed to use. Usually I make candied almonds, but pecans are also very good. In fact, I think I love every kind of nut! I’m warning you now though, you can’t eat […]

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Many years ago, a sweet lady by the name of Genola Kandler made these delectable ribs. They often invited us to dinner, when these ribs were on the dinner menu. They are boneless country style, meaty, tender, fall apart Barbecue kinda ribs. One day, she jotted down a sort-of recipe for me, off the top […]

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