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Recipe : Filling Balls

Recipe : Filling Balls

Every year for Thanksgiving and Christmas, someone in my family makes these amazing filling balls. They are a staple at our table, the recipe going back generations in our family, and I’m happy to share this recipe with you today, on Thanksgiving.     Because my family love these balls so much, we typically triple the recipe—and this year my mom and I both tripled the recipe—that’s how much we […]

Posted November 22, 2018 in Cooking Recipes, Food
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Recipe: Apple Crisp

Recipe: Apple Crisp

I haven’t posted a recipe in quite a while! I thought it was time to share one of my all-time favorites, Apple Crisp! Nothing smells better baking in the oven than warm apples! Okay, I would never say “no,” to cookies either.     Typically, I make this recipe in the fall with apples from a local orchard, but I was late this year due to moving to our new […]

Posted March 8, 2017 in Food
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Make Your Own Taco Salad

Make Your Own Taco Salad

  Want a taco salad, but don’t want to head to the nearest Mexican restaurant? Make your own! This recipe is super easy, healthier, and a lost less energy/time consuming than making yourself look pretty to go out! And this means more time for me to play Elder Scrolls Online.  Plus, it means that my boyfriend can’t order something that isn’t salad off the menu. But with this recipe, he […]

Posted August 14, 2015 in Cooking Recipes, Food
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15 Minute Fajitas

15 Minute Fajitas

    This meal is SUPER easy and a big hit with my family! There is no complicated prep–just dump your ingredients into the pan and you are mere minutes away from fantastic fajitas!   These are the only ingredients you need for this meal! Once the vegetables are cooked through, I add the pre-cooked chicken and the fajita seasoning. I fill up the empty seasoning packet halfway with water and […]

Posted August 9, 2015 in Cooking Recipes, Food
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Everybody Loves Dried Beef Gravy

Everybody Loves Dried Beef Gravy

  You can’t beat this good-old fashioned classic! And it takes less than a half hour! I actually quadruple the following recipe (which is from the back of Esskay’s chipped beef*), from the beginning because I know there won’t be any left!   I like to serve this meal with a side of Cesar salad.   Cook these slices in butter on the stove until the edges frizzle. What’s frizzling? Think Miss Frizzle’s hair […]

Posted July 31, 2015 in Cooking Recipes, Food
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