We don’t always eat out; sometimes we stay at home and cook. The results range from insanely edible to incendiary. Um, maybe we’ll come over to your place to cook next time.

National Grilled Cheese Month Comes to a Delicious End

National Grilled Cheese Month Comes to a Delicious End

Who comes up with these crazy “themes of the month” anyway? ¬†Better yet, who cares!? ūüôā I made it just under the wire for National Grilled Cheese month. ¬†Foodies across the states have been celebrating all month. ¬†There’s even a Grilled Cheese Invitational where sandwich makers and chefs vie for the title of the best […]

Pears and Apples in Hot Buttered Rum Sauce

Pears and Apples in Hot Buttered Rum SauceMarch 24th, 2009

My mom used to cook apples on the stove top all the time, usually as a side for a breakfast meal of ham, rice, and biscuits.¬† It added the perfect sweetness to the meal…in addition to the jam or syrup we put on the biscuits!¬† I came up with my own version of her recipe.

Butternut Squash Casserole

Butternut Squash CasseroleDecember 27th, 2008

I’ve always been a fan of squash. My Mom, who can crank out a gourmet sqaush dish with next to no effort, inspires me to eat and cook them. Eat them? Yes. Cook them? No so much. When I do, I’m disappointed with the results of my attempts to cook squash compared to hers. But I will Keep trying.

This is a very simple recipe I came across earlier this fall (its winter now) and wanted to try. Here goes nothing!

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