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“Not Me!” Mondays; Bojangles Hangover and Pretending Kids Aren’t Mine

March 15, 2010 by Kat  

“Not Me!” Mondays; Bojangles Hangover and Pretending Kids Aren’t Mine

I did not pretend my children were not mine in the aisles of Target yesterday. Not Me! I did not snicker when hubby watched the total AT the cash register topple out at $418.34 at Target. And, he saw that I didn’t sneak ANY clothes, make-up, toys for the kids, or electronics in there. ALL [...]

Seriously? (Sh#t) Eating Grin

February 8, 2010 by Kat  

I’m pretty confident I’m going to create some enemies and/or piss some peeps off, but I can’t control myself. I’m still trying to figure out which is more bothersome: families who eat out a few times a week (am I jealous? Confused? Concerned? Jealous? Jealous? Jealous?); or moms who think this is a normal meal [...]

White Chocolate Peanut Butter Bites

January 28, 2010 by Kat  

White Chocolate Peanut Butter Bites

From the kitchen of Carrie Pier Ingredients: 4 C      crisp rice cereal 3  C     miniature marshmallows 1 C      crunchy peanaut butter 1 C      dry roasted peanaauts 4 C      (24 ozs) white chocolate morsels, melted Directions: Mix cereal, marshmallows, peanut butter and peanuts in large bowl with a spatula. Pour the white chocolate over [...]

Roasted Tomato Caprese Salad

December 31, 2009 by Kat  

Roasted Tomato Caprese Salad

My Mom, lovingly referred to as “The Nan” by so many of my family and friends, recommended this recipe to me, and absolutely loves it!  It’s from the Back to Basics Recipe Book from Barefoot Contessa, and can also be found on The Food Network site. Ingredients 12 plum tomatoes, halved lengthwise, seeds (not cores) [...]

Roasted Asparagus With Prosciutto

December 28, 2009 by Kat  

Roasted Asparagus With Prosciutto

Recommended by The Nan from the South Florida Sun-Sentinal. Note #1, from Dave:  Anything recommended by the Nan is borderline mandatory for your next get-together. Note #2:  This is very easy to make and can be prepared ahead of time to cook briefly just before serving. There’s little last-minute fuss. If the asparagus spears are [...]

Cannoli Dip

November 30, 2009 by Kat  

Cannoli Dip From the Kitchen of Jennifer Scott (Our Neighbor) ¼ cup of confectioner sugar 15 oz. of Ricotta cheese ¼ tsp. of vanilla 8 oz. of cool whip 1 cup of mini semi sweet chocolate chips Mix the sugar, cheese and vanilla together until the sugar is well blended into the cheese.  Do not [...]

“The Nan’s” Spaghetti Sauce

November 29, 2009 by Kat  

The Nan’s Italian Sauce This recipe is my mom’s, Patricia Ferri Schneider’s. I recall smelling this gorgeous sauce being prepared at least once a week (or so it seemed) in the Schneider home — and there is nothing like it. Specifically, I can taste the smell of this when I think of “the night before [...]

Mindy’s Blueberry Cake

November 29, 2009 by Kat  

Mindy’s Blueberry Cake (Not sure who Mindy is, but Kat adopted this from Jennifer Gard who used to live in Wake Forest – Kat got it about 6 years ago). I think it’s like a “dump cake” — it’s SOOOO easy, it’s not even FUNNY. It’s SOO delicious, too. In fact, my 5 and 6 [...]

Chili Cheesecake – Very impressive!

November 29, 2009 by Kat  

Chili Cheesecake From: Kat’s Kitchen, but taken from Stacey Moritz’s Kitchen (who got it from the Junior League of Denver Cookbook) This is an outrageously impressive appetizer presentation; not difficult; and guests will be convinced you went to Culinary School! (And, as Stacey has mentioned to me… this tastes even better the next day for [...]

Chicken and Dumplings

November 29, 2009 by Kat  

Chicken and Dumplings

From: Kat’s Kitchen, c/o Semi-Homemade with Sandra Lee. I double this recipe, because I usually bring it over and share with my neighbors! I originally made this after watching in on Semi-Homemade with Sandra Lee on Food Network, and it has become a staple in our home. Your family and guests will be oozing over [...]

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