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Sharing Sunday dinner

We’ve got a friend who lives on his own and has recently had surgery on his hand. How could we not invite him over for Sunday dinner, even if it means my other half will have to drive out to

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Pasta Disaster?

How embarrassing! Within minutes of posting my last recipe, I realized that I had not, in fact, prepared fettuccine, but tagliatelle.  I guess I was just too caught up in the alliteration of my recipe name to notice what I

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Easter Egg Ice Cream Cake hits the Chocky Wocky Road

Originally posted on ice cream magazine:
Ones culinary disposition toward the ‘lob it all in’ method in combination with the’ I need to get a wiggle on’  gifts a swift frozen Easter dessert. The Easter bunny has lost his ribbon…

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Something a bit different

I’m pretty chuffed–Marvelline Marvels has nominated me for the Versatile Blogger Award! Thank you Marvelline. 🙂 This is the first blogging award I’ve been nominated for, so I was actually quite excited, even though I hadn’t heard of the award before.  So

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