Fresh Peach Cake

Welcome Back – Have Some Peach Cake!

  • By Kim
  • 26 August, 2013
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Hi Everyone! I realize that we’ve been offline for several months. My apologies about that. As usual, real life got in the way for awhile, but we’re back and ready … Continue Reading →

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Crab Eggs Benedict

Treat Your Mama to a Homemade Mother’s Day Brunch!

Order those flowers and pick up a card, people. Next Sunday is Mother’s  Day, and you need to get yourself organized! If you’re a mom, nevermind. Siddown an’ enjoy yo’self. … Continue Reading →

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Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with Tequila Lime Chicken + Horchata

  • By Kim
  • 30 April, 2013
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My college roommate introduced me to tequila. My first taste of it was a shot Patron Silver, which I didn’t know at the time, is pretty good for poor college … Continue Reading →

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Sweet and Salty: Homemade Cracker Jacks Recipe

  • By Kim
  • 9 April, 2013
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Continuing yesterday’s baseball theme, I decided to post a recipe for homemade Cracker Jacks. We all need to know how to make this at home since boxes of the official … Continue Reading →

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What’s In Season – April

  • By Kim
  • 2 April, 2013
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Spring is in the air! Like, literally. Hay fever sufferers, can I get a shout out? Allergies aside, Spring brings us the return of delicious, fresh things to eat, and … Continue Reading →

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Passover Dinner: Best Chicken Soup with Matzo Balls

  • By Kim
  • 25 March, 2013
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Admittedly, I don’t know much about Jewish traditions and culture. The Jewish community in Hawaii is not large, and their culture tends to get overlooked by larger ethnic groups. While … Continue Reading →

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Seasonal Comfort Food: Spring Risotto

  • By Kim
  • 21 March, 2013
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Things are thawing out! The first day of Spring was yesterday and there was much rejoicing across the land. Goodbye gloves and heavy jackets. Hello skirts and sandals! Can you … Continue Reading →

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Pub Grub: Beef and Guinness Pie

  • By Kim
  • 14 March, 2013
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Since St. Patrick’s Day is on Sunday, I wanted to post an Irish-inspired recipe to celebrate. Somewhere along the way, I acquired The Irish Pub Cookbook. I confess, I’ve never … Continue Reading →

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Nigella Lawson’s New Italian-Inspired Book + Sambuca Kisses recipe

  • By Kim
  • 26 February, 2013
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I bought Nigella Lawson’s first book How To Eat in the mid-2000s at a used book store. Not being very familiar with English cooking nor recipes using the metric system, … Continue Reading →

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How to Throw an Awesome Oscar Party

  • By Kim
  • 19 February, 2013
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It’s Oscar time! This weekend all the beautiful people will don their triple Spanx and sit around a large theater looking fabulous/terrible. And, we the plebs, will watch them, all … Continue Reading →

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