September 26, 2016

Chicken Thighs in a Creamy Sun-Dried Tomato Sauce

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Chicken Thighs in a Creamy Sun-Dried Tomato Sauce


Chicken thighs are inexpensive, making them very economical.
Not only are thighs economical, they are so tasty.
Dark meat tends to be more flavorful and tender than white meat,
making chicken thighs the shinning star of this recipe.
Even out shinning the white wine, Dijon mustard,
garlic, sun-dried tomatoes and heavy cream??


Well, maybe not...
all the ingredients together make for a very memorable meal.
A meal special enough to serve dinner guests or
your family for Sunday dinner.


Serve Chicken Thighs in a Creamy
Sun-Dried Tomato Sauce with
Boiled Red Potatoes and
Glazed Carrots.


September 24, 2016

Cherry Cheesecake Dip {Super Saturday Snack}

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Cherry Cheesecake Dip
{Super Saturday Snack}


Cherry Cheesecake Dip tastes exactly like
Cherry Cheesecake...the only difference is...
you don't need to make a graham cracker crust~


You will definitely score a touchdown and
an extra two points when you serve this delicious dip.
Everyone will love this dip...after all,
who doesn't like cheesecake!


We serve this delicious dip with chocolate pretzel grahams and
cinnamon pretzel grahams. We buy chocolate and cinnamon
pretzel grahams at the Bulk Priced Food Shoppe
located in Greenville WI and Green Bay WI.
If you can't find pretzel grahams in your area or online,
substitute chocolate graham crackers and/or cinnamon graham crackers.


September 23, 2016

Olive and Cheese Bread

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Olive and Cheese Bread


A hefty slice of this gooey bread,
is a perfect accompaniment with a
dinner salad or a bowl of creamy soup.


Ripe  black olives, essential in Mediterranean cooking,
are too bitter to be eaten fresh. A curing process used before
canning them, mellows their flavor enough to nicely accent mild foods.
If you don't like black olives, substitute your favorite olives or try one of these:
Kalamata, Alfonso, Mission, Manzanilla, or Ni├žoise.


This recipe is made with Roasted Garlic Parmesan Bread,
that I bought at Costco.
If you have never tried this amazing bread,
you need to get in your car right now,
head to the nearest Costco and pick up a few loaves.
This bread is that amazing!
Each package contains two loaves, so stock up!
At around $3.25 per loaf, this bread is not only delicious,
it's a steal....plus this bread freezes great too.

September 21, 2016

Ham and Bean Soup

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On the Menu Today~
Ham and Bean Soup


It's that time of year again....
Time to start making and
dishing up your favorite soup recipes.


Ham and Bean Soup is one of our favorites.
We always have dried beans in the pantry,
smoked ham hocks in the freezer and
throw in some diced onions, celery, carrots,
potatoes and....poof, you have soup!


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