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Sweet Potato and Chive Biscuits

I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. Even though I had to work the day before, the day of, and the day after Thanksgiving, I sure had a lot to be thankful for. I am thankful for my part-time job and the cash flow during this time of year; I would not be able to… Continue reading Sweet Potato and Chive Biscuits

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An Angel Was Lost Today

There will be no recipe today. Kelly and I are on our way back from Virginia. I wish I could say our trip was for leisure, but sadly it was to say goodbye to my Grandma who passed away. She battled lung cancer and was finally cancer free, but the radiation had taken a huge… Continue reading An Angel Was Lost Today

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Jalapeno Lobster Eggs Benediction

Breakfast for dinner was a common theme growing up. My dad was constantly stationed overseas and my mom worked full time, in the Air Force, and then as a nurse. It was easier for her to serve up some eggs and pancakes than to cook a traditional meal. Still to this day, breakfast is my… Continue reading Jalapeno Lobster Eggs Benediction

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Short Thymers

You have a 5 and a 6. The dealer has a 7. You double down hoping to get a face card, and you get a jack! The crowd behind you cheers! You have just won $2,600. What a nerve-wrecking day. In case you have not figured out by now, I am talking about blackjack; a… Continue reading Short Thymers

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The September Issue

September Meals cooked from scratch do not have to be expensive to taste great. Sometimes when cooking with an ingredient for the first time, something like Quinoa, which costs $10 for organic, can, be costly upfront, most of home cooking does not have to be. And I am not talking about coupons either. When buying… Continue reading The September Issue