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Homemade chai

Well...the weather outside is frightful... No really, I'm not just singing, it is. We're currently snowed in and likely to stay that way all weekend. Not optimal for someone who's had a long week at work and wanted to go shoe shopping this weekend, not be locked...

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Homemade potato chips

I follow a lot of food blogs through Google Reader, and I tag the posts of recipes I want to save so, when I'm searching for a dinner, lunch, breakfast, bread or other recipe idea I can simply search those posts and see what I might want to try. The main way I've...

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Boston pork butt/shoulder (How do you use one?)

My local grocery store has Boston pork butts and shoulders on sale at least once a month. And by on sale, I mean well under a dollar a pound so I can get 8 or 9 pounds of meat for something ridiculous like $6. But I kept passing the sales by because I didn't know what...

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Soup base

Recently on a forum I belong to, we got into a short discussion about soup base, because someone was asking about making homemade chicken soup. A few months back, here, I posted a recipe for homemade turkey soup, using the leftover turkey carcass. But the truth is,...

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Red Bean & Barley Soup

This post was written by Sarah of SmartBitches Last week I mentioned one of my favorite cookbooks, "Saved By Soup," which I keep for exactly one recipe: Red Bean and Barley Soup. In addition, this recipe is the single reason I own a immersion blender. It's kind of...

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Boilermaker Chili

A few weeks ago I wanted to make chili, and I'm always struggling to find a good chili recipe. I'd seen this one on allrecipes.com before, but for some reason had never used it. If you want to see the original, with comments, you can find it here, but I adapted it to...

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Recipe: Butter Chicken

I have no idea how many weeks Butter Chicken has appeared on my weekly menu. Nearly every week since I came back from Toronto? But for a variety of reasons, it never worked out for me to make it and I've been dying to have it again. Yes, I could have visited one of my...

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Recipe: A Little on the Side

This post was written by Sarah of SmartBitches This week, I'm busy, Hubby is super busy, and it's cold. When I did our rough menu sketch (as opposed to the plan that Angie does) wherein I list the main dishes we have ingredients for, and the side dishes I have on...

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Gingerbread Chocolate Cookies

This post was written by Sarah of SmartBitches. Every year, I make these cookies for Hubby. They're labor-intensive and include putting the cookie dough in the fridge not once but twice, plus boiling water and grating ginger and whacking the crap out of some chocolate...

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Spicy Sweet Potato Latkes

This post was written by Sarah of SmartBitches. It's Hanukkah, the Festival of Light, and Fried Foods. No, really. One of the ways in which Jewish folks commemorate Hanukkah is to eat foods fried in oil, like sufganiyot (jelly-filled donuts) and latkes (potato...

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Tuscan White Bean Soup Adjusted for Slow Cooker

This post was written by Sarah of SmartBitches. Lately on Saturdays I've been trying to make one massive recipe in the slow cooker so that (a) we have awesome smells in the house all day and (b) we have leftovers for meals during the week. This week, I'm trying a free...

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Homemade Turkey Soup

I know this post isn't very timely, since most of us are probably done with the turkey for the next few weeks, until Christmas rolls around, but it was my first opportunity to take pictures of something I'd made, for the blog. I think, if anything is clear, I need to...

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