Thursday, March 29, 2012

Bacon Ideas for Easter!

Bacon Melt
Ahh Bacon!  Most of us can't help our mouths watering when we smell the distinctive odor of bacon frying (or baking in my's less messy)!  Some of us observe Lent before Easter...which typically means - no bacon. :-(

Bacon Jack Deviled Eggs
Since Easter is only a week or so away, I thought you might enjoy some bacon recipes to incorporate into your holiday, whether you observe the traditional Easter power-dinner with all the relatives over or a simple brunch with just a few peeps!

Bacon and Buttermilk Mashed Potatoes

Regardless of how you celebrate Easter this year, please do enjoy these tasty dishes featuring your friend...Bacon.  Get your bacon love on!  And as Jack (notorious owner of Jack-n-the-Box franchise) would say "make your bacon love official."

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Thursday, March 22, 2012

Is It Spring Yet?

Blackberry Breakfast Bars
Is it Spring yet?  In my neck of the woods, the weather can't decide if it's going to rain, snow, or be warm and gorgeous.  Whatever the weather, start your day off with Blackberry Breakfast Bars to get you in the mood for Spring!

BLT Pasta Salad
Another way to get ready for Spring: celebrate an old favorite in a new way! This BLT Pasta Salad will help get you ready for garden weather and maybe even Spring cleaning...or not.

Buffalo Chicken Tacos
And just for fun (and because they look fresh and delicious) - how about our Buffalo Chicken Taco recipe for dinner?  Even if you are not a Spring "chicken" any more, this one will light up your taste-buds in a spicy new way!

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Thursday, March 15, 2012

A Bit O' Green For St. Patty's!

St. Patrick's Day Brownies
With St. Patrick's Day around the corner, we thought a little green food was in order!  This fun and simple St. Patrick's Day Brownies recipe is a nice way to celebrate.  We all have a little Irish inside!

Pico de Gallo
Not exactly a traditional Irish garnishment, our Pico De Gallo recipe is packed with green goodness and taste-bud teasers.  The little people won't mind your Mexican topper adding a little sparkle to your meal!

Slow Cooker Split Pea Soup
And for those of you short on time but long on tradition, try our Slow Cooker Split Pea Soup recipe.  The prep time is minimal and the green result will warm and fill your family.  Happy St. Patrick's Day!

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Thursday, March 8, 2012

Chicken Dinner Dreams!

Bistro, translated, simply means "bar" in French.  Whether you are aiming for a French Bistro flavor, or a simple and tasteful chicken entree, this bistro chicken recipe will please you and your taste-buds!

Cajun Chicken Strips
Certainly we don't want to leave out our Cajun friends from the South, who have their cooking roots in French cuisine.  Here is a simple Cajun chicken strip recipe to add a little "zing" to your evening!

Chicken Jambalaya
And if we are including our Southern friends' favorite recipes, we will not leave out a scrumptious Jambalaya dish.  This chicken jambalaya is a savory and delicious take on a classic deep Southern dish.  Enjoy all the chicken you can handle this week!

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Thursday, March 1, 2012

Irish-Inspired Recipes!

Whether you have Irish ancestry in your family tree, or not a lick of leprechaun love at all in cannot deny that the Irish have a very distinct style of cooking!  In an attempt to honor their unique menu, here is a few recipes that come close to resembling an Irish meal adventure.  Visit Alicia's Recipes for more ideas!

Cabbage Soup
Nothing says Irish like cabbage soup, besides corned beef but we'll get to that.  Having an Irish grandmother means you get really familiar with all things cabbage quick.  (My grandmother knows every cabbage recipe known to man or woman or little green men.)  Try our cabbage soup recipe to see what the big deal's yummy!

Corned Beef and Cabbage
Although I refused to eat it when I was younger, (the name was a stumbling block for my taste-buds) I have lately embraced the unique flavor of corned beef.  There are a few different methods and cooking styles out there, but our recipe keeps it simple to get you started.

Spicy Oatmeal Raisin Cookies
And don't forget to bake up a few dozen oatmeal cookies to go with your evening of Irish dining!  These spicy oatmeal raisin cookies will delight your mouth and your company!  Enjoy!  We love feedback and photos, so if you try one of our recipes be sure to send us a picture and we'll feature it!

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