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Irish Beef Stew

Irish Beef Stew

Traditional Irish Fare

Posted on March 11, 2015
This Irish Beef Stew is beautiful, amazing, filling and healthy. We had to do something about that, so I added Guinness, and vengeance! Last year I had Irish Beef Stew on the menu for St. Patrick's day, but it failed so badly. The pot that I was using boiled dry and burned! My biggest pot was very nearly ruined. This year I was determined to get it right. I did that and more. Knocked it out of the park and right into next week! You gotta make this stew! But remember that the secret to it is to use a wooden spoon! YOU HAVE TO USE A WOODEN SPOON! Your stew will taste better. Trust me.
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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Herb Breaded Leg Of Lamb

Herb Breaded Leg Of Lamb

With Baked Potatoes

Posted on March 11, 2015
St. Patrick's Day is coming, and nothing says Irish like a nice Herb Breaded Leg Of Lamb With Baked Potatoes. This meal came out perfectly. Succulent lamb, grill-roasted to perfect medium-rare, served with fluffy mashed potatoes smothered in butter and chives, with vibrant carrots and perfectly creamy gravy. 
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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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Pink Happiness

Pink Happiness

Pink Happiness - Grilled Blood Orange Juice Slush

Posted on February 24, 2015
Pink Happiness - Grilled Blood Orange Juice Slush, an adult drink (that can be made with kids in mind too). It brings to mind warm tropical days on the beach, and fills you with a sense of well being. But that could've been the rum. Either way, beat back the blahs, winter or otherwise, with this light and tropical drink. Don't forget the little umbrellas! (Like I did)
Posted in: Veggie & Fruit
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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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Planked Chilli Nachos

Planked Chilli Nachos

With Sausage And Sour Cream

Posted on February 24, 2015
I'm sick of the deep freeze. We're still here living in negative 25 to 45° weather, waiting patiently for the sun to come out and melt the snow. It's gotten to the point where it's a warm day if it's only -10°C (14°F)! So I needed a siesta from the wretched cold. I decided to have a little fiesta instead. We made Planked Chilli Nachos With Sausage And Sour Cream, some crunchy tortilla chips topped with mountains of cheese, fresh peppers, grilled spicy sausage, loads of my Ghost Pepper Chilli, and topped off with a crown of sour cream. I also served it with some fresh Thai Chili Guacamole, Super Creamy Garlic Queso Dip, annnd a fantastic grilled blood orange drink that I called Pink Happiness
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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