Tag Archives | summer food

The Best Oven-Fried Chicken

Maybe this surprises you, but I can’t remember the last time I actually ate fried chicken. Maybe for some of you that seems really sad. It’s honestly not something I really long for. That bloated, grease-all-over-my-face kind of feeling after some good ol’ KFC. If I’m going for grease, I’d rather it be a big […]

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Potato Salad Bites

I’m a little bit weird when it comes to food preferences.   You already know I have to trick myself into eating vegetables. I also don’t eat cold cheese, only melted. To me, there’s just a really big difference. I have this thing against mayo, dressings, sour cream, and things of that sort. It’s not […]

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10-Minute BBQ Ham Sandwiches

We love, love, love this recipe. I wish I could remember where I found this recipe…. possibly in a Taste of Home magazine of my mom’s. We have been enjoying this recipe for years, whenever I can find some good deli ham on sale. It is such an easy recipe! And the sauce is perfectly […]

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Pineapple Lemonade Fruit Dip

True story: I had decided I was going to make this incredibly naughty, over-the-top chocolate dessert for you guys, and when I went to my fridge for the butter, I only had two sticks. I needed at least twice that much. So I settled for a fruit dip like a somewhat responsible adult. I’m not […]

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{Slow Cooker} Beef & Lentil BBQ Sloppy Joes

I don’t know if I’ve ever thrown a bunch of random ingredients into the slow cooker, set the timer, and had it turn out as well as these did. I was a little worried, because I’ve been doing more experimenting with lentils lately than I usually do thanks to Canadian Lentils and the Lentil Recipe […]

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Strawberry Pineapple Lemonade Bars

You know that time when you were about half way through a recipe and you went to grab one of the essential ingredients from your fridge and it just was not there? And you swear that you just bought a new bottle of it and it’s probably hiding on you somewhere, and that’s understandable because […]

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