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Oreo Truffle Eggs

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You already have the recipe from Oreo Truffle Bombs. I just added food coloring and a jelly bean on top to cover the toothpick hole. I shaped these into eggs for the Easter season. The green ones are mint oreos, and the blue are regular. Oreo Truffle Bomb Recipe

Pepperoni Rolls

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I’m thinking of calling these Pepperoni Sushi instead because that’s what they look like before cooking them. Guess I’ll stick with Pepperoni Rolls though. When I was at my parents a few weeks ago, we had dinner at a restaurant called Old Chicago. My older sister, Angie, was also visiting the same time so she […]

Italian Meatloaf

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This is Michael Chiarello’s recipe (one of my favorite Food Network personalities). It’s a must-try, and if you do…it’s a keeper! So flavorful, you won’t believe you’re eating meatloaf! <Click here for updated post and recipe>

What Would You Put on Your Panini?

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When you have an extra $30 – $50, get yourself a panini press. We got our’s as a wedding gift and it is one of our most precious kitchen items. When we’re in need of a quick lunch or dinner, we’ll just get our panini press out and whip up a delicious sandwich! Now, regular […]

Oriental Cashew Asparagus

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1 lb. asparagus spears1 ½ cups fresh button mushrooms, quartered1 medium red onion, cut into thin wedges¼ cup red sweet pepper, chopped1 tbsp. butter1 tsp cornstarch2 tbsp. teriyaki sauce1 tbsp. water2 tbsp. cashew halves1. Snap off and discard woody bases from fresh asparagus. Bias-slice asparagus into 1-inch pieces.2. Place a steamer basket in a saucepan. […]