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Yorkshire Pudding Recipe

How can you have a Prime Rib dinner without the traditional accompaniment, Yorkshire Pudding? This Yorkshire Pudding Recipe makes poofy, airy pastry popovers! The pancake-thin like batter and the beef fat from cooking the Prime Rib Roast is used to make these breads. Instead of buying a popover pan, I just used a muffin tin. My goal was to get Yorkshire …

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How to Make Christmas Tree Yo-Yo Ornament

Every year, the kids and I hand-make several ornaments for the Christmas Tree. One of the most touching moments of the holiday is to admire the tree each year and giggle and reminisce “remember when we made this ornament!?” It serves as our scrapbook and the ornaments will surely be passed down through the generations of our family (I hope!) …

pressure cooker split pea ham soup recipe

Pressure Cooker Split Pea and Ham Soup

Only takes a few minutes of active time and 4 minutes of cooking time in pressure cooker! Pressure Cooker Split Pea and Ham Recipe over at my column on TLC.

Baked Jalapeno Bacon Poppers Recipe

Baked Jalapeno Bacon Poppers

It’s taken me thirty-ahem-something years to try a jalapeno popper for the very first time. Poppers have always been one of those things that just didn’t seem so appealing – I blame it on bad crab rangoon, which has certain similarities to the popper. Sure, both have qualities that I whole-heartedly embrace in other foods — they’re deep fried (hello …

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Thanksgiving Side Dish Recipes

Here’s a collection of some of my favorite recipes for Thanksgiving! Enjoy and have a wonderful holiday! Roasted Cauliflower with Bacon and Garlic Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes Easy Cheesy Poofy Puffs! (Pate a Choux) with Mushroom Pate Green Beans with Browned Butter and Hazelnuts Chanterelle, Plum and Bacon Salad with Blue Cheese Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Cranberry Pistachio Pesto Recipe …

Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes Recipe

Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes

‘ I know people are very passionate about how they like their mashed potatoes – there’s the soft, smooth ‘n creamy camp and then there’s the hearty, full textured camp. Me? I like ’em full flavored, skin-on and with roasted garlic. But I think most people will agree that a meal with roasted chicken or turkey is incomplete without the …