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Feb 02 2009

French Recipe

Published by under French

Godfrey Bloom samples the Sarkozy recipe for France Duration : 0:2:0

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Sep 26 2008

Eclectic Kitchen™: Easy Gourmet Pizza – No More Delivery

     Well – I imagine it seemed as though I abandoned this blog altogether –but not the case. It’s been hectic around our house, packing, getting ready to move, trying to sell our house, having a moving sale and open houses. Then there was this little storm you might have heard about named Ike, […]

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Sep 11 2008


Published by under baking

This is one of the easiest shortbread cookies to make. After experimenting with this recipe it became one of our favorites. You can play with the presentation of these cookies. If you like chocolate you can dunk the tips, (once they’re cooled), in melted dark semi sweet chocolate, and again into walnut chunks. These little […]

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Sep 06 2008

Eclectic Kitchen™: Gourmet Meal without the Gourmet Fuss

        Love gourmet food but don’t have time to fuss with the gourmet process? I hear ya! I am so tired sometimes I almost, that is almost, feel too tired to eat – let alone prepare a gourmet meal. I certainly don’t think eating fast food or a bowl of cereal is […]

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Sep 03 2008

Best Mac & Cheese Casserole!

Cheesy and Creamy, So, So, So Good…  When my kids were growing up I never seemed to know how many to make dinner for. There were always a couple of extra “hollow-legs-syndromed” teens about. This was my salvation dinner.

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Aug 27 2008

Heirloom Recipe—Hungarian Goulash

Published by under heritage recipes,Hungarian

Having been born in Hungary coincidentally “Hungarian Goulash” is my all time favorite “soothing the soul” dish. So I decided to share it first. I read somewhere in Hungarian folklore that it’s thought that the original Hungarian Goulash originated back in the time of the Huns.

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Aug 20 2008

The Best Recipe For Focaccia Bread Ever.

Published by under baking,Recipes

  I love this recipe because with the addition of a couple of herbs and, or vegetables I can have many different types of bread that go with different meals. I make this in small individual circlets as a brushetta base too. Works well as a pizza crust for those who like a thicker crust. […]

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Aug 19 2008

Crock Pot Super Easy Vegan Spaghetti For Bloggers and Others

 So, you’re a blogger. Or you work at home in some other way. Does that mean you have to eat the traditional nerd’s meal of caffeine and whatever munchy food is close by? Hardly. There’s nothing more reassuring on a busy day than knowing that a good dinner is cooking itself while you’re busy with […]

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Aug 18 2008

Guess What’s For Dinner

Shrimp Stirfry served on a bed of rice… my favorite! 5 tblsps of extra virgin olive oil

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Aug 17 2008

Tomatoe and Chutney Lamb-Shanks – Recipe

Tomatoe and Chutney Lamb-Shanks – 17/08/2008 Well spring is almost upon the Southern Hemisphere and while it’s still cold I tend to want to again look at the old favourite Lamb-Shanks. This is a cheap cut that is often overlooked, but when prepared and cooked slowly is the most rewarding and healthy meal you can […]

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