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Best of British Pot-Roast Beef

Here’s a toothsome addition to your slow cooker repertoire. Americans may not be familiar with topside beef roast, which is what this recipe calls for. This cut comes from the inner muscle of the cow thigh, and is both tender … Continue reading

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Vanilla Waffles

We enjoy waffles for a leisurely weekend breakfast. Leisurely is the key word. If you only have time for toaster “waffles” or are accustomed to the flavor of Bisquick, then this recipe is not for you. For the rest of … Continue reading

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Frikadeller and Cheesy Dill Sauce

This is a good variation on the “hamburgers on the grill” meal. We made these for guests we had last month, and the reviews were so positive, we plan to make these “burgers” part of our regular grilling repertoire. The … Continue reading

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California Turkey Chili

We didn’t partake of any Super Bowl festivities, and in retrospect, we’re glad we didn’t, because it didn’t turn out to be much of a game. Nonetheless, we wanted something to enjoy with the commercials, so we tried this recipe … Continue reading

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Creamy Winter Vegetable Soup

This recipe might be called “Clean Out the Vegetable Bin” or “Chop ’til You Drop,” but Creamy Winter Vegetable Soup is the name Rachael Ray gave it on Food Network, so that’s the name for the blog, too. The link … Continue reading

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Banana Bread

Here is a nice variation on the traditional banana bread. We like the texture of this banana bread, which can sometimes crumble as you slice it. This banana bread holds together well. Of course, it also contains chocolate chips, and … Continue reading

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Chicken in Mustard

Here is a great Sunday dinner recipe. Once again, this is prepared in a country French style, and the dominant seasonings are tarragon and Dijon mustard. Tarragon originally came from western Asia and has a licorice-like flavor and aroma. This … Continue reading

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