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Tom Sawyer-Style Cornbread?  Yes Please!

Tom Sawyer-Style Cornbread? Yes Please!

Posted May 30, 2019 in Bookish Things // 0 Comments

A little while back, I did a post featuring Alison’s Wonderland Recipes.  I adore the concept of this blog – it’s totally unique.  Alison creates recipes based off different foods eaten in books another pop culture platforms.  She works largely with classic novels, but here and there, there’s something more modern. I have a bunch of her recipes in my digital collection to try, but the one that’s been there the longest is her recipe for Missouri-Style Honey Cornbread with Bacon.  This recipe is inspect by The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. And…damn.  This is the best cornbread I’ve ever had. So, obviously, […]

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What If.. You Put Oreos Inside a Chocolate Chip Cookie? (+ Recipe)

What If.. You Put Oreos Inside a Chocolate Chip Cookie? (+ Recipe)

Posted August 14, 2018 in Real World // 4 Comments

Hey guys! It’s been nearly a year since I posted a recipe on this blog, which is silly because Matt and I cook things from scratch all the time and honestly, what’s better than the house smelling like fresh baked cookies?  There are quite a few treats in our regular rotation, but today I want to share a recipe with you that is one of my husband’s favorites. He recently made these for a work potluck, and they were a huge hit.  They’re always a huge hit because who can resist an Oreo-stuffed chocolate chip cookie? Honestly, even if it’s not your […]

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Gumbo is the Queen of Delicious Soups (+ Recipe)

Gumbo is the Queen of Delicious Soups (+ Recipe)

Posted October 3, 2017 in Real World // 8 Comments

Here in New England, we have two cultural soups:  Clam Chowdah, and Lobster Bisque.  People travel here for these soups.  They make it a summer staple to go to Bahstan and get some clam chowdah (after pahking the cah in Hahvaad yahd… okay, enough of the stereotypical Boston lingo).  I am not one of these people.  I have a seafood allergy, and even then just the idea of chowder makes my stomach churn. I like something that packs a little more of a punch.  Something rich and howling and sassy.  Something… from Louisiana. I’m a gumbo girl. I discovered gumbo in […]

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