Apricot Cobbler Dessert

Apricot Cobbler Dessert

It's that time of day again. When the clock turns to a certain time and seems to hold on hungry. Coffee time. Or dessert time. Or anytime, really, and that special treat just happens to be the best when fresh out of the oven, onto a plate and the complimentary ice cream melts along the edges of this apricot cobbler dessert. Yes. What's not to love here? 15 minute prep time, 35 minute bake time and we are good to go. Speaking of go, the best apricot flavors happen when they are picked when well ripe. And of course, no apricot cobbler is complete without a rich and creamy ice cream on the

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Garlic Ham Pizza Sliders

Garlic Ham Pizza Sliders

Well, as they say... good intentions are absolutely every...thing! Right? Well, honestly, I did have good intentions. I truly had a great idea. A series of posts bringing you along a journey of healthy eating and sure enough. Hey, look. There's a squirrel! Or something. Some kind of distraction. Forget the squirrel. Did you just taste these garlic and ham pizza sliders in your head? It's okay. I tell myself that it is okay. But them sliders though! I love, love kneading fresh dough. The feeling of splashing just the right amount of flour over the rawness of a mound of dough. Reminds me of

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Fresh Tomato Basil Linguine

Fresh Tomato Basil Linguine

It's gonna be one of those nights. The kind of night when every recipe under the sun rattles through your brain but you know that you feel like making not one of them. No way. Fatigue strikes in. Kids are screaming that they are hungry and they won't make it past the 5 minute prep time. The dog needs to go for a walk and someone just needs to spend 40 minutes on the phone telling you about all the wrong in the world and you don't want to be rude but - like I said, it is one of those nights. Reality sinks in and it becomes mac and cheese for the younglings, open the back room door to let the

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Ground Turkey & Cabbage Stir-Fry

Ground Turkey & Cabbage Stir-Fry

There is something about this time of year that gets my head swimming. The official season of Spring that brings forth warmer and longer days, fresh flowers and the smell of things new. Then the proverbial dump of unexpected snow that reminds me that old man winter does not want to let go. If you live in such climates, that is. The wonder and beauty of recipes is that people can mix and match ingredients to their heart's content and that's how great food dishes are created. Take this turkey stir fry for example. Throw in some vermicelli noodles, other ingredients like snap peas,

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