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Irish Soda Bread

Irish Soda Bread

With whole wheat and honey

Posted on March 14, 2017
Irish Soda Bread is a recipe that is so much easier than expected. I even did it wrong and this recipe STILL came out beautifully enough for me to bake another batch (or two). Hot from the grill, off your Napoleon Pizza Stone, there is nothing better. Serve your fresh Irish Soda Bread with butter, homemade jam, or use it to soak up the juices from delicious Dublin Coddle or Irish Beef Stew; definitely, the best way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. 

I know you’re wondering how I could have messed this recipe up. Well, I grabbed greek yogurt when shopping for this recipe. Yogurt is yogurt, right? Nope! Greek yogurt has a thick texture, while regular yogurt is a lot more liquid. So, while mixing the wet and dry ingredients, I wound up with some sort of shaggy, flour covered, yogurt ball type mixture. I had to mix the dough together with my hands! I was worried. They said not to knead this dough more than 20 times. Well, I gently mixed with my hands until I had a sticky ball of dough, then kneaded on a floured surface about 10 times until the dough came together fully. When I removed my beautiful, steaming-hot bread from the pizza stone, let it cool enough to slice, and bit into that first slice was heavenly, and the recipe is surprisingly forgiving. 

Posted in: Miscellaneous
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How to Grill Dry Aged Steak

How to Grill Dry Aged Steak

Slow grilled for incredible tenderness

Posted on March 07, 2017
Dry aging breaks down the collagen in a piece of beef leaving behind nothing but tender protein. It’s important to treat this, often pricey, piece of meat with respect knowing exactly How to Grill Dry Aged Steak is very important. When properly grilled, a dry aged steak will pack more beef flavor than any steak you have ever tasted before. 
Posted in: Beef
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Maple Miso Double Baked Sweet Potatoes

Maple Miso Double Baked Sweet Potatoes

Simply divine

Posted on March 07, 2017
Sweet, salty, and delicious, these Maple Miso Double Baked Sweet Potatoes are well worth the wait. When these land on your plate it’s Umami Bombs-away! Combining maple and miso with a hint of butter and garlic, then re-baking them caramelizes the tops and gives a slight crunch, perfect for bringing everything together.
Posted in: Veggie & Fruit
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Red Wine Chocolate Cake

Red Wine Chocolate Cake

with Wine Soaked Berries, Red Wine Ganache, and Creamy Frosting

Posted on March 07, 2017
Red Wine Chocolate Cake with Wine Soaked Berries, Red Wine Ganache, and Creamy Frosting is a mouthful, both to say and to eat. This double layer cake is rich with a light frosting to compliment the dark flavors. This cake was at once dense and deep, while light and tart, the cream frosting tying everything together nicely. I made this recipe gluten free so that a friend could enjoy it with us, and you couldn’t even tell that it was. If you want to celebrate spring, add this recipe to your menu, you won’t be disappointed. 
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Mongolian Beef

Mongolian Beef

With Sweet Snap Peas

Posted on March 01, 2017
Never will you ever have a more delicious dinner than this Mongolian Beef With Sweet Snap Peas! We really enjoyed this. We were hard pressed to get enough photographs that we could safely begin eating. Trust me; make this with the intention of eating it, because waiting for any reason is going to be tough. (UNLIKE the notoriously tough, flank steak that you will eat in this recipe.)   
Posted in: Beef
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Salmon Udon

Salmon Udon

with Orange Sauce

Posted on March 01, 2017
I saw a photo of this dish while surfing the interwebs the other day. It looked scrumptious, Salmon Udon with Orange Sauce doesn’t just look scrumptious, though; it tastes amazing too. The fresh chilies bring the heat while the orange adds a fresh zest to this Asian-inspired noodle dish. Try it yourself and break out of that weeknight rut.  

Posted in: Seafood
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White Chocolate Cheesecake

White Chocolate Cheesecake

With Fresh Raspberries

Posted on March 01, 2017
Oh, look - Another cheesecake recipe! YAY!! This time I made White Chocolate Cheesecake With Fresh Raspberries, in honor of National White Chocolate Cheesecake Day. (Not that I needed an excuse to make cheesecake at all, but having one is always helpful.) This recipe is chock full of deliciously creamy white chocolate, the tart raspberries adding a bright freshness to the whole thing. Make this easy recipe for yourself and enjoy another wonderful dessert that’s easy to make on the grill. 
Posted in: Desserts
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Kahlua Chocolate Cake

Kahlua Chocolate Cake

with Strawberries & Cream

Posted on February 22, 2017
Kahlua Chocolate Cake with Strawberries & Cream was created in celebration of National Kahlua  Day and National Strawberry Day. How fortuitous is it that these two things would share a dedicated day. Mashing the two of these delicious flavors together was far easier than I had imagined. The sweet fresh strawberries, creamy icing, and dense cake come together for a flavorful dessert that is at once hearty and light. 

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Clam Chowder

Clam Chowder

Posted on February 22, 2017
Clam Chowder For Two is a fast and easy supper or a great little appetizer. Creamy and full of flavor, you won’t believe how easy it is to make. Smoking the cream and the clams add a barbecue flavor like no other. 
Posted in: Seafood
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Super Fluffy Chocolate Chip Pancakes

Super Fluffy Chocolate Chip Pancakes

Hidden morsels of melted chocolate

Posted on February 22, 2017
Super Fluffy Chocolate Chip Pancakes, another take on Japanese Pancakes, these pancakes are larger than life and twice as delicious. Serve topped with maple syrup, chocolate syrup, fruit sauce, or whipped cream and you will have the best breakfast ever. Definitely only need one of these to fill the void, that’s for sure. 
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