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CHERRY SWEET ROLLS

Can you believe that summer is on the downward spiral?  It feels like summer came and went for us this year.  I think that is mostly because we had so much going on at the beginning of the summer.  Our oldest graduated high school, we had family come visit, and we went to Florida for a week. Our next big …

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Raspberry Cream Cheese Sweet Rolls

These raspberry sweet rolls were a favorite with everyone at Easter this past weekend. What’s not to love about raspberries, cream cheese and buttery yeast bread? The dough is a family favorite used in our traditional cinnamon rolls. The raspberry and cream cheese filling in these rolls is a new twist, making them perfect for Spring brunch. I’m super partial …

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Sweet Potato Soufflés – Even Easier Than Easy

Soufflés have always had the reputation for being a difficult, and temperamental thing to make, which I’ve never really understood. As long as you can manage to whip some egg whites, and fold them into your batter without knocking all the air out, there’s really not much that can go wrong.  And that’s with the traditional method, which requires making …

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Steamed Barbecue Pork Buns (Char Siu Bao) – Sweet, Steamy Memories

In younger, leaner times, I’d often rely on the delicious, inexpensive calorie bomb that is the steamed barbecue pork bun. They were twice the size, and for a few bucks you could get very full…for about 30 minutes, and then you were starving again. Nothing a Mission-style burrito couldn’t fix. Anyway, the filling was chopped Chinese-style barbecue pork mixed with …

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Sweet Potato Pan-Dumplings with Bacon Butter – Good Save

What started out as a tragic, waterlogged disaster of a sweet potato dumpling attempt, turned into a triumph we’re calling  “pan-dumplings.” As usual, I did little to no research, so someone may have already invented pan-dumplings, but until I hear from you, I’ll be taking the credit. I really liked being able to spoon the dough/batter directly into the pan, …

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Sweet Potato Biscuits – Before or After

I originally planned for these sweet potato biscuits to be this year’s Thanksgiving leftover recipe, but they came out so well, I decided to upgrade them, and I’m now officially suggesting you make these as one of the centerpieces for your feast. The downside of that plan is that you’ll have to share them with your guests. Adding things like …

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Enchilada Pork Tacos with Sweet Corn Slaw

I love dinner that goes in a crock pot. It’s so much less stress! I also love to pair crock pot meat with fresh ingredients. The contrast is so refreshing. The corn slaw just makes the dish. These also are the BEST with fresh uncooked tortillas that you cook at home. We get Tortilla Land brand from Costco and they …

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Cuban Recipes: Platanos Maduros ( sweet fried plantains)

        Platanos Maduros This is not an original Cuban dish as it is eaten all over the Carabian and South east Asia.Plantain is a large, tropical, treelike herb of southeast Asia, resembling the banana and bearing similar fruit.The fruit of this plant, used as a staple food in tropical regions.The plantain (also called “cooking banana” and “flour …

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Lamb tagine with dates & sweet potatoes recipe

Photo: Lamb tagine with dates & sweet potatoes recipe The Middle Eastern Food Kitchen (The home of delicious Middle Eastern Food Recipes) invites you to try Lamb tagine with dates & sweet potatoes recipe. Enjoy a collections of quick & easy Middle Eastern food recipes and learn how to make Lamb tagine with dates & sweet potatoes. This is one …

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