Month: January 2017

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Paris Fashion Week

Here are all my favorites from last week’s Fashion Week. Lace, embellishments and lots of ruffles and feathers seemed to be the common theme on the runways.                                                       Save Save

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Chicken Pot Pie

Here’s part 2 of my recipes from Savannah, Georgia. This recipe is also from chef Paula Deen. It called for a quart of heavy cream, but I only added a pint and the rest I added chicken stock  and half and half in equal parts. The recipe is on her website Lady and Sons Chicken Pot Pie.

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Fried Chicken

This week I’m featuring recipes inspired by my trip to Savannah, Georgia. While visiting I had the pleasure of having lunch at chef Paula Deen’s  restaurant, The Lady and Sons. This recipe is available on her website. Grandmother Paul’s Fried Chicken

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Blogger Recognition Award

Thank you Shannon at MSnubutterflies for nominating me for the Blogger Recognition Award. I am very honored. Please stop by and visit her blog. The Rules: Thank the blogger that nominated you and provide a link to the blog. Write a post to show your award. Give a brief story on how your blog got started. Give 2 pieces of advise for new bloggers. … Read More Blogger Recognition Award

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Candied South Carolina Sweet Potatoes

This is another great side dish from Carolina Cooking.  I made a couple of changes, I cut the sweet potatoes in rounds instead of lengthwise and I raised the temperature to 400 instead of 350. It also called for baked sweet potatoes, I was confused if that meant to bake them in the oven first then peel and slice. I suppose you could try … Read More Candied South Carolina Sweet Potatoes

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Dillon Fresh Corn au Gratin

This was a great side dish I made the other night alongside grilled chicken. This is courtesy of Carolina Cooking given to me by a friend, while visiting Charleston, North Carolina.

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Over the Knee Boots Trend

Took advantage of our first major snow storm of the season and wore my over the knee boots.

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Bistek de Palomilla

I almost forgot about this dish, it took a trip to a Little Havana in Miami to remind me. It is such a Cuban staple dish. It is quick and easy to make. I used Ana Quincoces Rodriquez’s Cuban Chicks can Cook recipe as a baseline with some minor changes of mine.

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Apple Chutney

Hope everyone had a wonderful holiday! Here’s a great recipe that I made just before the holidays. This chutney is delicious, it can be served alongside a pork loin or on top of brie cheese as an appetizer. It is courtesy of The Barefoot Contessa, Make it Ahead recipes. here’s the link:   http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/ina-garten/apple-chutney-recipe.html

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