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Get Spooky with TruMoo!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of TruMoo for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. Halloween is one of the best times to be able to cut loose and be creative in the kitchen.  I have all sorts of fun coming up with different ghoulish recipes to server my friends when they come over Halloween night.  If you are looking for a great ingredient to get you started, or add/substitute into another recipe, look no further than TruMoo Orange Scream. Orange Scream is TuMoo’s … [Read more...]

Spice It Up With Texas Pete!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Texas Pete for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. We are a family who loves spicy food...especially hot sauce.  One of the best hot sauces around is Texas Pete Hot Sauce.  It goes with anything, from sandwiches to hot dogs to soup.  They also offer a whole line of other sauces as well, including wing sauces, Hotter hot sauce, a garlic hot sauce, CHA! by Texas Pete sriracha sauce and a green pepper sauce.  No matter with of their sauces … [Read more...]

Recipe – Scalloped Potatoes #FoodieFriday

In honor of THE HUNDRED-FOOT JOURNEY, which arrives in theaters everywhere on August 8th, here is a special Scalloped Potatoes recipe for #FoodieFriday.  Just click on it to see it in full size and save it to your computer. … [Read more...]

Guest Article – Yorkshire Puddings

This Christmas we’ve decided to celebrate following the recipes of traditional English cuisine. However, nothing passed through my mind except turkey, fried or boiled vegetables or pies. What to cook for an English Christmas for a company of 12-14 people? Occasionally came across a funny Aunt Bessie’s advert - and here you go! A perfect Christmas dish for a large and noisy company is ready! Obviously those from Aunt Bessie’s are popular for a wide range of frozen products and especially … [Read more...]

Product Review – Nestle Seasonal Holiday Candy (w/ Candy Cane Bark recipe)

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial. A few days ago, I was sent some of Nestle’s Seasonal Holiday candy.  Nestle makes a large assortment of candy, including Butterfingers, Wonka products and many more.  Their Seasonal Holiday candy is only available during the holiday season.  I was send a Wonka Nerds Rope and a box of Wonka Pixy Stix filled Candy Canes. The Nerds Rope didn’t last too long, since both my husband and daughter love them.  I held over the candy canes … [Read more...]

Spice Up Your Thanksgiving with Netflix!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Netflix for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. If you haven’t heard of Netflix by now, then you’ve been living under a rock.  Netflix has thousands of movies that you can get on disk or stream to any device.  They are constantly getting new stuff all the time, so you will never run out of stuff to watch.  With their streaming service, you can watch your favorite movies and tv shows anytime you want on your iPad…kitchen, the big screen … [Read more...]

Recipes – Chocolate Eclair Cake

A while back, a saw a recipe for a Chocolate Eclair Cake in the Mr. Food Newsletter.  The picture looked absolutely mouthwatering, so I decided to check it out.  The recipe is quick and easy to make, only has a few ingredients and you don't have to bake it. All you need is some french vanilla pudding, cool whip, milk, chocolate frosting and graham crackers.  It took me about 10 minutes to mix the filling (milk, pudding, cool whip) and layer it in a 9x13 baking dish with the graham crackers.  … [Read more...]

Recipe – Bacon Appetizer Crescents

Yesterday I tried out a new recipe that my mom found.  It's Bacon Appetizer Crescents found on the Kraft website: tasted great and everyone in my Writer's Group liked them.  The only change I made to the recipe was using scallions instead of regular onions. … [Read more...]

Recipe – Jasmine’s Brussels Sprouts

Jason found this recipe a few weeks ago and we love it.  I use frozen Brussels sprouts instead of fresh, mostly because the store doesn't have them all the time, and I use regular bacon instead of panchetta.  The last time I fixed it, I also added in - Jasmine's Brussels Sprouts … [Read more...]

experiments in cooking – onigiri

Last night I decided to try my had at making onigiri, rice balls, to go with dinner last night.  I found a good sounding recipe on Recepiezaar.  Now I understand why they sell the little triangle molds.  It's really hard to mold them if your not familiar with making them.  My hands kept drying up, causing the rice to stick to me.  My rice balls ended up looking more like eggs, but they came out really good.  I caught Jason getting up in the middle of the night to eat some more of them, so I know … [Read more...]

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