• Chipotle Bacon Wrapped Tater Tots

    February 1, 2015DishinandDishes

    This is one of the great wonders of the world. It’s an appetizer, one-bite masterpiece that utilizes four measly ingredients but when you pop one of these  babies into your mouth, you’re going to close your eyes and dream about another one. Because today is the Super Bowl, I am sharing this simple recipe with…

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  • Savory Roasted Pumpkin and Bacon Quiche

    October 9, 2014DishinandDishes

    Try this savory pumpkin recioe with roasted pumpkin squares mixed into a rich quiche with a cracker crumb crust piled high with bacon and Swiss cheese!

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  • Baconfest Tulsa 2013

    October 11, 2013DishinandDishes

    Two weekends ago we drove up to Tulsa with our food adventure friends Joy and Dale to the first annual Baconfest Tulsa 2013. Bacon, long ago discarded as simply a breakfast staple is now becoming a food group unto it itself as was proved in the taste tests we experienced perusing from booth to booth.…

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  • Bacon Green Chile “Jam”

    August 8, 2012DishinandDishes

    Savory is the inspiration for this Bacon Onion Green Chile Jam recipe. I’m obsessed with savory. Upon reaching 40, my tastebuds somehow switched from  obsessively sweet and sugary to insanely in-love with savory. Give me the choice between a cupcake and a handful of smoked almonds, I’ll take the almonds every time now. Add to…

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  • Green Beans Almondine

    April 8, 2012DishinandDishes

    Although my kids love green bean casserole and would probably want to mutiny and take away my “Mom status” this Thanksgiving for not making it, my grown-up tastes are leaning towards, shall I say less “canned soup” type of dishes?  I should also add that my kids ask for this recipe for Green Beans Almondine…

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  • Bacon & Cremini Mushroom Risotto

    November 14, 2009DishinandDishes

    Risotto. An Italian rice dish.  But that sounds so ordinary. And Risotto is extraordinary.  And to call it just “rice” is technically inaccurate. For in order to be called Risotto, a short-grained, round, high-starch rice is used.  The most common of these is Arborio Rice.  Arborio Rice is easier to find these days due to the…

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