Monthly Archives: December 2012

Coconut curry carrot soup

Curried coconut carrot soup In case the link gets lost: Curried Coconut Carrot Soup serves 6 to 8 2 tablespoons coconut oil 1 onion, peeled and roughly chopped 6 cups carrots, unpeeled and roughly chopped (this required 8 medium-sized carrots … Continue reading

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Ivey’s Asparagus Casserole

Ivey bought this dish to our home Thanksgiving the first year Paul brought her home. Everyone commented on it and ate it up. We had it at their house again last night for Christmas Eve. I coaxed some details from … Continue reading

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Carmen’s broccoli casserole

Paul and Jonathan always request this at family gatherings. Carmen insists that frozen broccoli consisting of only the tops (no stalks) be purchased. She combines the steamed broccoli, several cans of cream of mushroom soup, grated cheddar cheese, a small … Continue reading

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Loaded Potato Skins

Bake potatoes until done. Scoop out the insides and combines the insides in a bowl with sour cream, grated cheese, and about a teaspoon of Worcestershire sauce. You can also cubed ham if you like. Season to taste with salt … Continue reading

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Football food

I keep meaning to come up with the ultimate list of football food. In that spirit, I’m starting a list and will add to it as I discover the things George loves for game day. beer (PBR, handcrafted beer from … Continue reading

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Carmen’s Cranberry Brie Christmas Appetizer

Carmen made this tonight. It tasted as good as it looked! She used: 1 can of Pillsberry Crescent dough 1 package of Brie cheese in a log shape(about 8 oz.) 1 can of cranberry sauce She said this works best … Continue reading

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