Recipes by Michelle K. (Page 3)

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Blueberry Ribbon Cake

Blueberry Ribbon Cake by Michelle K.

Pin It Now!Blueberry ribbon cakeOk, so the title is a little bit misleading. That fat layer of blueberries in the middle is definitely not a ribbon, more like a cummerbund. I couldn't see Blueberry Cummerbund Cake rolling off the tongue very easily though, so I will just pretend it is a ribbon.Cover the bottom with half the batter,…

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Garlic Twists

Garlic Twists by Michelle K.

Pin It Now!Garlic twistsThese rolls are flavored all the way through with the taste of sweet and mild roasted garlic. Peter got his hands on 3 pounds of peeled garlic cloves (I know!) so roasting up a batch for putting in all kinds of dishes is one of the ways I am using it up. I roasted a pie plate full of the peeled garlic…

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Roasted Potatoes With Parsley Pesto

Roasted Potatoes With Parsley Pesto by Michelle K.

Roasted Potatoes with Parsley PestoRoasted potatoes come alive with spring freshness when topped with this parsley pesto.

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Raspberry Crescent Mini Pies

Raspberry Crescent Mini Pies by Michelle K.

Pin It Now!Raspberry crescent mini piesI hope your Memorial Day celebrations are filled with loved ones and provide a moment of remembrance for all our U.S. veterans. I had a friend, who is a veteran, ask me if any vets would be attending our backyard BBQ hangout and I said no not this year. What struck me though was that if we were…

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Stuffed Zucchini With Pasta

Stuffed Zucchini With Pasta by Michelle K.

Pin It Now!Stuffed zucchini with pastaMy family is not a huge fan of casseroles. I think it is because everything tends to have a similar texture of well cooked and a bit soft after spending an hour or more in the oven. If I serve it with a creative salad and crusty bread I can usually make everyone happy. Stuffed zucchini with…

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Strawberry Rhubarb Jam

Strawberry Rhubarb Jam by Michelle K.

Pin It Now!Strawberry rhubarb jamDo you have recipes for canning that you just know you need to put into your 'pretty' jars? You know, a recipe that will make a great hostess gift or holiday gift months from now so you use your jars that have a little bit of style to them to make them look extra special. This is definitely one of…

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A Quick Note on Sugar and Salt

A Quick Note on Sugar and Salt by Michelle K.

Pin It Now!I started out writing this blog to my oldest daughter, with my goal for it to be a way for us to actively share family recipes and talk about cooking and all things kitchen related. This became important to me after she moved out on her own once she finished college and I suddenly felt like I needed to share. Things…

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Cooked Grain Bread

Cooked Grain Bread by Michelle K.

Pin It Now!Cooked grain breadOK, I admit it. I get some very deep satisfaction out of my children eating hot cereal for breakfast. Of any kind. Around my home plain old rolled or steel-cut oats are the go to breakfast cereal and when I see my kids eating a big bowl of it with milk and honey I feel like I did a good job as a mom…

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Spicy Crispy Pork With Coconut Crepes

Spicy Crispy Pork With Coconut Crepes by Michelle K.

Pin It Now!Spicy crispy pork with coconut crepesThis meal is all about creating my favorite Thai flavors in my own kitchen and features rhubarb to accomplish this. Rhubarb is not only for desserts! ... although I am pretty sure rhubarb is not at all a traditional Thai ingredient. You will just have to trust me that this works. Ok,…

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Lime Sauce

Lime Sauce by Michelle K.

IngredientsInstructionsCombine all ingredients in the food processor. Blend until very smooth. Taste and adjust the sweetness to fit your likes.Transfer to an airtight container and chill for about an hour before serving with fruit, shortcakes, or muffins.DetailsPrep time: 10 mins Cook time: 2 mins Total time: 12 mins Yield: 2 1/2…

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