Spiced Apple Cider Two Ways

Spiced Apple Cider Two Ways

Nothing quite says fall like spiced apple cider.  This spiced apple cider is another one of my Grandmother’s recipes. It doesn’t even have sugar in it or any other sweetener and, trust me, it doesn’t need it. The apple cider is sweet enough all by itself. I highly recommend trying to find some local fresh… 

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Chilaquiles

Chilaquiles

Chilaquiles is one of my favorite things to order when we go out for Mexican food.  Originally, I think it is something that was put together using leftovers, but I think it is yummy enough to make on its own. The great thing about this recipe is that it is so versatile.  You really only need… 

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Pork Chop Apple Bake

Pork Chop Apple Bake

There is just something about fall that makes me want to have the pork and apple combination, and this Pork Chop Apple Bake is my latest way to make that combination work.  I served it with smashed purple potatoes, which taste just like white potatoes, but we had some left over from when Steve made the… 

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Butternut Squash Gratin

Butternut Squash Gratin

Butternut squash is one of my favorite fall vegetables.  This butternut squash gratin features one of my favorite flavor combinations:  butternut squash, browned butter, and sage.  This recipe is a little bit healthier than the average gratin as it contains milk instead of cream, which was thickened with white whole wheat flour.  I am sure… 

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Asian Chicken Pasta

Asian Chicken Pasta

Since making my One Pot Penne a while back, I have really learned to love the idea of cooking pasta right in the pot.  It saves time, water, dirty dishes, and I think it actually tastes better.  I mean if your pasta is going to be absorbing water, flavored water is better.  So this is… 

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