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Archive for April, 2010


Sweet Potato Dumplings (Zemiakove Sulance)

    Over the weekend I decided to make one of typical Slovak dishes called Zemiakove Sulance (Potato Dumplings/Gnocchi).   This dish is very popular in Slovakia and despite of being a “sweet” dish it is served as a meatless dinner or lunch usually on Fridays.   I don’t make Sweet Potato Dumplings often because […]

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Chicken Breast with Cream Cheese & Honey

    When I decided to make this CHICKEN dish I didn’t have a clue where it will go and how it will taste…..   …..I took a leap of faith and risked hungry and disappointed children pizza place was on my speed dial that night.   ….after my biggest food critic Hormone Boy took […]

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Spring Vegetable Soup with Dumplings

  Spring might be here, but evenings are still cold…..days are rainy and gloomy. Come on sunshine…..I am waiting for you, but till them I will comfort my family with SOUPS. I don’t know about you, but gloomy spring days soups in my house are totally different from cold winter day soups. Gloomy Spring Day […]

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Kitchen Tips That Every Foodie Should Know

There are so many tricks and tips we can use to make our meals tastier and food preparation faster and cleaner. I want to share with you 5 tips that help me in my kitchen every day. These are kitchen and food prep tips that every foodie should know. #1 Make Perfect Pancakes Without The […]

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Sugar Free Pudding & Fruit Trifle

The other day my sister surprised me with a pretty glass Trifle bowl she picked up for me while shopping. I’ve been looking at this particular bowl for months now, but I couldn’t bring myself  to buy it with money being tight right now. I guessed my sister picked on that and the fact that […]

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Boneless Pork Chops with Dijon Sauce

What can I say…..another pork recipe. Yes, I decided to experiment with boneless PORK CHOPS the other day. Should I grill it? Should I fry the pork? Should I make it into a stew? No, I decided to go with something better……. I decided to make a quick marinade with DIJON mustard……ketchup & garlic….. …and […]

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Asparagus with Breadcrumbs & Parmesan Cheese

    Spring is here and that means fresh local vegetables are starting to show up in our grocery store.   One of my favorite vegetables that I can’t get enough off after long winter is ASPARAGUS.   I love asparagus……I  put it in my risotto…..I grill my asparagus….I steam it.   There are so […]

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Pepperoni Pizza Quesadillas

My oldest son is turning into quite a foodie….he’s been requesting small kitchen appliances as presents for last few years…. His newest toy is his Quesadilla Maker he received as a Christmas gift. ….the other day is was time for me to try the Quesadilla Maker out….. …..of course I was not going to make […]

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