a NEW taste Tuesday

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Happy Tuesday!

I just had to post this recipe today – if only for my own benefit of having the recipe ready and always available when I need it.  It was delightfully delicious! Everyone that came over for dinner the other night had a very hard time saying no to another serving…then another…then another!  My daughter-in-law mentioned it tasted like a creamsicle, so that’s what I typed up the name to be.  Yum!

Here’s the recipe:

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Have a great day! Do, learn or whip up something NEW!

 

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NEW taste Tuesday

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Happy Tuesday! Here’s today’s NEW taste (or at least at NEW recipe).  This morning I wondered if I should just use my normal caramel recipe for caramel apples, but ultimately I decided to try a new one.  I was happy with it.  The end result was scrumptious! Probably because of the vast amounts of butter, haha! I got the recipe at Elizabeth Grace Garden’s blog.

What are your plans for Mother’s Day?  Whatever they are, I hope you enjoy the day!

NEW taste Tuesday

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Happy Tuesday! Here’s a new taste at our house: Quinoa.  (Although I’ve had a couple of bags of it sitting around for probably over a year…with good intentions on incorporating this nutritious ingredient into our meals!)  Better late than never, right?  Here’s a pic of the cooking process:

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And here’s the recipe (gorgeously-styled photograph from my phone):

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Have a great day! Do or cook something NEW!

a NEW recipe…Sweet Potato Quinoa Patties

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I’m sure you all know the great health benefits of quinoa, right?  I’ve been meaning to try and incorporate this ‘superfood’ into our diet for a while now…so I finally tried this NEW recipe.  These were super easy because I cooked the quinoa in my rice cooker (no babysitting whatsoever!) and the sweet potatoes in my pressure cooker…EASY!   Talk about healthy, heaLTHY, HEALTHY!   The only time-consuming part was cooking them in the skillet.  I cooked the patties one-by-one in a non-stick pan as instructed…but I think you could probably do multiple patties on a big griddle. (??) Here’s the actual recipe link.

I’m glad I tried this NEW recipe!  Have a great day! Do or Learn something NEW!

a couple of NEW recipes

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OK…next time you have your oven on,  try this yummy {EASY!!!!} treat.  The longest preparation for these pretzel-rolo-m&m treats is unwrapping the Rolos!  Four…(4!!!) minutes in the oven and then smash them babies down with an M&M…and DONE!  Sweet but salty, chewy but crunchy deliciousness!  Actual recipe HERE.

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AND….next time you buy a bunch of parsley, for whatever reason….and you have tons left over, try this NEW twist:  Green Beans with Walnut Parsley SauceYUM!  And it looks quite gourmet, don’t you think?   Both NEW recipes were quite delicious!  If you try them, please let me know what you think!

Have a great day!  Try or Learn or Do something NEW!

another NEW culinary term…aioli

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Today I learned a NEW culinary term: aioli.  A month or so ago, I researched and posted a list of 100 culinary terms.  However, I guess I need a more extensive list because roux wasn’t on there, and now aioli wasn’t either!  I’ll keep looking for a more complete glossary of culinary terms to share with you.  BUT, today I did learn that ‘aioli’ was a garlic flavored mayonnaise.  So I after I found that out, I thought the name of this NEW recipe I tried was a little redundant:  Crispy Brussel Sprouts with a Garlic Aioli.   Am I Right?!?   It should probably just be called Crispy Brussel Sprouts with Aioli Dip!!!  {Or am I being overly picky?}

This NEW recipe was really quick and easy to put together.  I first got the idea to make it at Sew Many Ways.  I think it’s a pretty (and nutritious) appetizer!  Try it out!

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a NEW recipe….sliders or snackers?

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I tried this NEW recipe a few months ago, and my boys really like these sandwiches!  I call them sliders…but one of my sons insist they are ‘snackers’.  I, of course, am right 🙂

I first wanted to try this recipe from this post at Purple Chocolat Home….but I’ve seen various versions on Pinterest etc. They are REALLY easy to put  together and good to  have in the refrigerator as a back up for when there’s not much else to eat…..I know you know what I’m talking about!

Try a NEW recipe today…or do or learn something else NEW!

a NEW recipe review

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Happy Friday everyone!  Well, it’s soup season, right?  This week I tried a NEW soup recipe and thought I’d give it a review.  I made Wisconsin Cauliflower Soup, and although I liked it…it was NOT a copycat version of Zupa’s (as it was advertised).  My hubby and I went to Zupa’s just a few weeks ago, and I had their WCS…so the flavor is quite fresh in my memory :)…but sadly, I don’t think this recipe comes quite close enough to call it copycat.  BUT…I’m really glad I tried it.  I’ve never made cauliflower soup before, so I got to learn something NEW!  I give this soup recipe three out of five stars.  Now, IF it had been a true Zupa’s copycat it would’ve been five out of five stars!  🙂

Have a great weekend!  Try something NEW!

a NEW recipe…{OH.MY.DELISH!} Roasted Tomato Basil Soup

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I tried a NEW soup recipe….and ok, WHY have I never made homemade tomato soup????  This recipe was DELICIOUS!!!

I recently visited my Mom and she was raving over my sister’s homemade tomato soup.  So I texted my sister and asked for the recipe…(she just got it online, but didn’t keep it)!  So this recipe linked HERE is one of the top google searched tomato soup recipes, and OH.MY!…it is REALLY yummy!

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My hubby and I keep saying we need to convert more to a plant-based diet.  Well, this recipe is a keeper and our vegan Daughter-In-Law will be soooo proud of us if we eat in this style more often! 🙂

Have a great day!  Do OR Learn something NEW today!

a NEW fudge recipe…yummy!

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I tried a NEW fudge recipe last night.  Wow…it’s probably been a decade since I last made fudge! BUT…when I saw this recipe for Samoa Fudge, I knew I had to try it.  Why?  Because I LOVE the Girl Scout Samoas cookies, and anything with a similar taste has to be my friend!

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Check out the recipe at My Recipe Magic and learn or do something NEW today!