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My blog has caused me to realize that I like Italian food more than any other International food. The reason could also lie in the fact that I am addicted to ItalianFood.Net and watch their cooking videos almost daily. When I saw this video for supplì (already in the plural form; pronounced [soop-PLEE], based on […]

Swedish Meatballs

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Remember the black-peppered egg noodles? Well, I used them as a fragrant, flavorful base to these Swedish noodles. I searched for an authentic recipe that didn’t call for sour cream and found an excellent recipe on Cafe Johnsonia’s website. Unfortunately, my limited exposure to Swedish meatballs includes the type you usually see in church potlucks. […]

Daring Cooks: Stacked Enchiladas and Giveaway Winner

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¡Hola! from the land of Daring Cooks. Our hosts this month, Barbara of Barbara Bakes and Bunnee of Anna+Food have chosen a delicious Stacked Green Chile & Grilled Chicken Enchilada recipe in celebration of Cinco de Mayo. The recipe, featuring a homemade enchilada sauce, was found on and written by Robb Walsh. Yes, I’m […]

Sloppy Joes

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For my first giveaway, one of the questions I posed dealt with what types of dishes you all would like to see on my blog. A couple of commenters suggested I blog about some family recipes. While most people would see this suggestion as normal and more than satisfactory, I thought it was quite humorous […]

Pot Roast

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If you don’t like your different food items to touch each other, please don’t look at the subsequent photos. 🙂 When Monica from Lick the Bowl Good and I decided to meet up for the first time, we went to Mimi’s Cafe. The first I ever ate at this restaurant, I was happy with what […]