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Month: January 2018

Honey Cornbread and Whipped Honey Butter

What’s your favorite kind of chili? It doesn’t matter! Why? Because no one will even notice the side of chili after one taste of Ritzy…

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Maple Bourbon Blondies

Calling all bourbon lovers! These maple bourbon blondies are boozy, gooey, and filled with depth and flavor in every bite! If you or anyone you…

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French Bread Rolls

French Bread Rolls can seem intimidating. I have had my fair share of duds in the past, which prompted me to keep retesting new recipes and…

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Red Wine Braised Pot Roast

Red Wine Braised Pot Roast has it all. A rich and hearty broth, vegetables, and beef, all in one pot. Often, most pot roasts take…

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Zucchini Ginger Spice Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting

Fresh zucchini, grated ginger, a combination of warm baking spices, and a cool cream cheese frosting dotted with vanilla bean make this Zucchini Ginger Spice…

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Ginger and Blackberry White Wine Sangria

White wine Sangria is a refreshing cocktail that is welcome all year round! This recipe for Ginger and Blackberry White Wine Sangria is elegant and fun,…

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Blueberry Buttermilk Pancakes

It’s a holiday today, so we are all home. A fresh layer of snow has blanketed our yard, and we slept in until 6:45! It…

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Raisin and Pecan Granola

Raisin and Pecan Granola is a breakfast and snack staple that is constantly in our pantry. This granola is slightly sweetened with maple syrup, crunchy with…

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Great Grandma Sophia’s Butter Cake

Growing up in Sri Lanka, my mother had the pleasure of running through coconut groves while monkeys ran among the branches above her. She sang…

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Turkey Shepherd’s Pie (Cottage Pie)

Shepherd’s pie is a casserole type dish that came from England. This comforting meal is typically made with ground lamb and a mix of vegetables,…

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