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Baked Acorn Squash

Baked Acorn Squash is one vegetable I look forward to every fall. There are many ways to fix Acorn Squash but my favorite is so simple. I add brown sugar and butter to mine for what I think is a fabulous flavor.   Ingredients   Rinse and dry the outside of the acorn squash then carefully slice it in half. […]

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Easy Blueberry Cream Cheese Braid

Made with crescent rolls, filled with Blueberries and Cream Cheese then drizzled with a lemon flavored icing is what makes this one amazing treat! You can put this together in no time at all. It is sure to be a big hit. This is another recipe from the cooking class that I went to. I apologize for the picture quality […]

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Breakfast Enchiladas

A delicious Breakfast Enchilada meal. Tortillas filled with eggs, sausage, hash browns then covered in enchilada sauce and topped with cheese. Does it get any better than that? This is another recipe from a cooking class that I took. Pictures were difficult as I had a partner and although she was very understanding, Chef Christal Jakopak moved along very fast. […]

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Rambutan

What in the world do you do with these Rambutans? My husband found them at the grocery store and thought they would make a good post. They look like a sea creature but are actually a hairy like fruit. When you slice open the exterior you will find a sweet fruit inside that tastes like a grape with a single […]

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Grilled or Baked Asian Pork Chops

Delicious Pork Chops marinated for 30 minutes then grilled or baked for a wonderful taste. I have updated this post and I thought I would share it with you again. Click hereĀ Grilled or Baked Asian Pork ChopsĀ to see my original updated post with step by step directions and a printable recipe card. http://www.InDianesKitchen.com

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Caramel Apple Pizza

Pie crust on a cookie sheet covered in apples with cinnamon and sugar. Top that off with a brown sugar, butter and oats crumb topping. Baked then drizzled with caramel syrup for a delicious fall dessert.   Ingredients   Spray a cookie sheet with cooking oil.   Lay the two pieces of dough onto the pan and pinch the seam […]

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Fried Green Tomatoes

Fried Green Tomatoes is a great way to use up the last of the tomatoes that didn’t get a chance to ripen from your garden. A simple and quick recipe that is a delicious side dish for any meal.   Ingredients   Put your sliced green tomatoes into a medium bowl. Pour the buttermilk over the tomatoes.   Pour the […]

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Amish Country Day Trip

Our last day trip this week was to Amish Country. We do not go into the main tourist area but instead stick to the back roads and visit our favorite businesses. The best advice I can give you about visiting Amish Country is never go on a Sunday. The Amish are very religious and Sunday is for church and family. […]

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