Tagged By Kitchen Magick

Perico: Venezuelan Eggs

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A great dish to make for brunch is Perico, a colorful Venezuelan egg dish that means “paraket” in Spanish. It’s thought of as the island version of scrambled eggs. Serve the eggs with black beans&hellip

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Guinness Slow Cooker Stew

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It’s time for another Crock-Pot adventure. Take your palate to Ireland and get in some love for St. Patrick’s Day with a slow cooker Guinness stew. Guinness was first brewed in 1759 by Arthur Guinness. He&hellip

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Andes Chocolate Cake

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I love chocolate cake. I could eat it any time, any place, and any where. When I saw this Andes Chocolate Cake my mouth started to water. It looks amazing. Chocolate and mint are so&hellip

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Sweet Potato Fries Recipe

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The Autumn season is a great time for sweet potatoes. Well, it’s always a good time for them, however, there’s something about having them during the Fall. Use them as a side with a burger,&hellip

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But Do You Crock-Pot?

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I can’t even tell you how excited I am about the Crock-Pots that were sent for me to check out: The Cook & Carry and the Express Crock Multi-Cooker. I’m a big fan of slow&hellip

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Nosh Away On National S’mores Day

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I’m a big fan of s’mores. While traditionally a campfire treat, people make s’mores at home in their oven or with a kit containing chocolate, marshmallows, and graham crackers. Did you know that August 10th&hellip

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Nutella Gelato

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Ever since I tried Nutella in Italy, I’ve been hooked.  I liked the spread before, but the Nutella muffin that I had in Rome, was magick in my mouth. Also, Nutella was a condiment at&hellip

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Spinach and Feta Burger

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Two of my favorite things on a burger are feta cheese and spinach. I have gone on and on about my deep love for spinach, it’s such a sexy green and an aphrodisiac which is&hellip

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Jasmine Tea Sorbet

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  Around the world, jasmine is known as an aphrodisiac.  There are over 200 species of Jasmine mainly coming from Asia, Africa, and Europe. Some of the uses for jasmine are headaches, anxiety, depression, weight&hellip

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Quick Beer Bread Recipe

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Cooking  and baking with beer is  a big thing.  Who doesn’ t love a beer battered nosh. The hops and malt add a complex flavor to food that can’t be denied.  While people have used&hellip

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