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Marinated Beef Skewers

Marinated Beef Skewers

With Spicy Peanut Dunk

Posted on March 18, 2015
I had some beef, but not wanting to fall into a rut, a delicious skillet steak rut mind you, but a rut nonetheless, I decided to make some Marinated Beef Skewers With Spicy Peanut Dunk. Okay well it didn't quite start that way. I definitely knew I was going to marinate the beef, but when I boiled the marinade to create a sauce, it didn't work out. So I got creative with the stuff in the pantry. I found roasted peanuts, and threw some garlic and basil in with that. Added a little curry powder, and gave it a good waz in the food processor. What I ended up with was a crazy good, garlicky dip for the beef, that spread nicely on the naan bread and made the whole meal. 
Posted in: Beef
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Guinness Cheesecake

Guinness Cheesecake

With A Pretzel Crust

Posted on March 11, 2015
You can't have a happy St. Patrick's Day without some Guinness and dessert. Why not combine the two by making some Guinness Cheesecake With A Pretzel Crust. Sweet and salty, full of beer, this dessert has it all! And considering five people demolished a cake meant for eight, yep it is gooood. Celebrate St. Patrick's Day, not with green beer, but with a dessert that covers all the best flavour bases, and maybe even some of the food groups too. 
Posted in: Desserts
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Chicken Skewers

Chicken Skewers

With Balsamic Baste

Posted on March 04, 2015
Straight from the pantry and on to your plate, these Chicken Skewers With Balsamic Baste are simple and simply delicious. Served on a bed of wild, whole grain rice, with your favorite vegetables, this simple meal is easily thrown together. I was in a pinch, tired and grumpy, I needed something tasty for dinner, not boring old chicken...again. I sifted through the pantry and grabbed a few things that sounded good. Found some skewers hiding in there too and thought "why not?". And this is what happened next. 
Posted in: Poultry
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Skillet Baked Red Wine Steak

Skillet Baked Red Wine Steak

With Exotic Mushrooms And Asparagus

Posted on March 03, 2015
As a grill blogger, I tend to feed the people in the office when I am not feeding my husband. People tend to share the joy by sharing their favorite recipes with me. This is one such recipe. My friend Jeffrey sent me an email with this recipe nestled inside, and I must say that this Skillet Baked Red Wine Steak was so good, I accidentally only got one good shot of it... on my second time making it. Thanks for the amazing recipe Jeffrey!
Posted in: Beef
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Buttery Coconut Blondies

Buttery Coconut Blondies

Stuffed With Nutella

Posted on March 03, 2015
I saw a photo on Facebook. It was posted by a friend, who liked it from somewhere else etc. But there it was a giant gooey square of delight, I think the article said Stuffed Blondies, or something like that. From there I built this recipe for Buttery Coconut Blondies Stuffed With Nutella. How can I even describe these? They're square, they're yummy, they're not brownies. Yep. 
Posted in: Desserts
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Thai Chili Guacamole

Thai Chili Guacamole

And Creamy Garlic Queso

Posted on February 24, 2015
Thai Chili Guacamole And Creamy Garlic Queso are essential to a good plate of nachos. Let me tell you, sure my first Guacamole recipe was pretty darn good, but this one? This one is THE one. You won't just have people devouring it, you will have them battling with nacho chips being used as swords. And the Queso? I thought the Buffalo Chicken Queso was good, but this... well let's just say that a dish for 6 was being licked clean by 3 and a half people within 45 minutes. 
Posted in: Appetizers
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Braised Beef Short Ribs

Braised Beef Short Ribs

Make Beef Melt

Posted on February 17, 2015
When we ate them these Braised Beef Short Ribs literally melted off the bones. Served on a bed of creamy mashed potatoes, with colorful heirloom carrots, and steeped in savory sauce, this recipe is a different way to serve your family beef dinner. 
Posted in: Beef
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Smoked Beef Brisket

Smoked Beef Brisket

Tender, smokey, delicious.

Posted on January 13, 2015
I've been meaning to... itching to - smoke a beef brisket ever since I discovered the smoker. But time, availability of meat, and life itself seemed to get in the way. Yes I know. I can get aligator and bison, but I can't find a blinkin' brisket?!  Well I got my hands on one, and after 10 hours of smoking, it was still a little rare, but oh so delicious. 
Posted in: Beef
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Ghost Pepper Buffalo Sauce

Ghost Pepper Buffalo Sauce

Very Tasty And Hot

Posted on January 08, 2015
It's time for my annual hot sauce, and this year I made Ghost Pepper Buffalo Sauce for all those hot heads that love my cooking. It began that I was going to just make homemade Buffalo Sauce for my favorite people over the holidays, but my cousin requested that I make more of that Ghost Pepper Salsa for the family Christmas dinner. How could I refuse? It turned out that I had a few ghost peppers left over and thought... well why the heck not? 
Posted in: Miscellaneous
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Chive And Goat's Cheese Smashed Potatoes

Chive And Goat's Cheese Smashed Potatoes

Pretty Much The Best Mashed Potatoes Ever

Posted on December 16, 2014
Chive And Goat's Cheese Smashed Potatoes are super yummy. Forget adding just the right amount of sour cream and milk and cream cheese, and whatever else you love in your mashed potatoes, these ones need just a couple of ingredients to make the most perfect and creamy Smashed Potatoes ever. These were gone, like seriously gone, cartoonishly - spoon spinning in the bowl because they were eaten so fast - gone. You may want to make extra. 
Posted in: Veggie & Fruit
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