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Apples on Horseback

Apples on Horseback by Lea Ann

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Apples on Horseback

Apples on Horseback by Lea Ann

Apples on HorsebackDecember 2, 2013 By Lea Ann Brown 39 CommentsI hope everyone had a satisfying stuffed Thanksgiving and that you’re ready to take the leap into the Christmas festivities. Holiday entertaining is on us and is all about family, friends and neighbors gathering around lots of food, drink and cheer. Besides the formal…

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Thai Chicken Sliders For SRC

Thai Chicken Sliders For SRC by Lea Ann

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Thai Chicken Sliders For SRC

Thai Chicken Sliders For SRC by Lea Ann

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Ina Garten Sliders with Gruyere, Arugula, Tomato and Onion

Ina Garten Sliders with Gruyere, Arugula, Tomato and Onion by Lea Ann

Nothing exotic about this recipe. Just well flavored 80/20 blend ground beef, some melted gruyere and simply topped with tomato and onion. Ketchup is the condiment suggested for Ina’s sliders. These Ina Garten sliders with Gruyere is just another good solid recipe from one of my favorite celebrity chefs.Speaking of exotic, we’re…

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THINK SPRING, with Asparagus Vinaigrette Salad

THINK SPRING, with Asparagus Vinaigrette Salad by Lea Ann

Maybe if we all “think” Spring on March 1, we can prove that bossy ole Ground Hog wrong. Denver has had it better than a lot of you East Coast folks, but nonetheless, I’ve had snow on the ground in my yard since October. I’m ready for Spring.Before we talk about food, take a look at that Morning Glory photo. I did absolutely nothing…

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Mark’s Beef Barbacoa

Mark’s Beef Barbacoa by Lea Ann

Did I ever tell you that we have a son who lives in Tucson that’s a trained Chef??? That’s right, about 20 years ago we loaded him up on Amtrak and sent him West to Portland, Oregon to Culinary School! Even though he’s not currently using his skills in the restaurant arena, he loves to cook and you can imagine some of the wonderful…

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Louisiana Sunburst Salad

Louisiana Sunburst Salad by Lea Ann

As promised, I’m posting the recipe for the salad our friend Teri brought to our Super Bowl Party. Wanting to contribute a Louisiana-themed salad she turned to our friend Google and came up with this tasty recipe from the Palace Cafe in New Orleans, Louisiana Sunburst Salad.Wanting to learn more about the restaurant, I found their…

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NaNa’s Fudge

NaNa’s Fudge by Lea Ann

This recipe has been in our family for as long as I can remember. I think it started out as my mom’s recipe and then perfected by my Aunt Lois. I have many fond memories of mom making this fudge and placing it in pretty little Christmas boxes for gifts.My cousin Brooke even entered this recipe in the Kansas State Fair when she was 11…

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Potatoes in Banana Leaves and Shrimp with Lime Zest

Potatoes in Banana Leaves and Shrimp with Lime Zest by Lea Ann

Steaming Potatoes Cooked In Banana LeavesI absolutely love this method of cooking potatoes. I learned this trick a few years ago from a Whole Foods grilling demonstration. After a sample of the finished product, I couldn’t get to the produce department fast enough to purchase banana leaves and potatoes. The only place I can find…

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