Paris we are with you!
The weather is getting cooler so you’re going to need some new soup recipes to pull out and this one is a winner. I really mean that it is an A+ guaranteed to knock your socks off recipe! I had something like this in Carrollton at Highlands Deli and could not stop thinking about then lo and behold Kathy from Noble Pig posted this recipe. It is to die for. I have made it at least 5 times and slurped it all up by myself. Delish!
It’s already November and I can’t believe it. Seems as if it was just yesterday that I quit my job of 42 years. You want to know what I have been doing for the last six months? Absolutely nothing. Just basking in the morning, noon, and afternoon quiet. I’m loving my unstructured time. Now back to the real reason you are here. It’s for this chocolate recipe I know. You really need to make these! Pronto. They are very easy. I know you want to make them so get in the kitchen.
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Who doesn’t love peanut butter and chocolate? It is one of my favorites from ice cream to candy and when I saw this 5 years ago I saved it. Yes, I know it’s been a long time coming. I love this recipe if you even want to call it a recipe. It’s so easy to throw together. Just give yourself time to chill it either in the refrigerator or if you are in a bigger hurry use the freezer. To make it a little festive try bagging it in clear bags and tie with some orange and yellow ribbon. Then surprise your friends with a bag of bark. Keeping two pounds of this at my house is not a good idea , if you know what I mean. Happy Halloween!
In the mood for some Beignets, but you can’t swing the trip to New Orleans to Cafe du Monde in the French Quarter? Here’s the next best thing. These are from one of my favorites from Southern Living made with Pillsbury Buttermilk Biscuits. They are a real treat and super easy. Give yourself 10 minutes and you can be sipping your coffee, eating your beignets and feeling as if are in the center of it all in NOLA.
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Publix and I are best friends. When you spend hours at the grocery store as I do you have to love the place. I love their apron simple meals and have used them on this blog and have prepared them for my classes many times with great results. This Parmesan-Crusted Chicken that I discovered this summer is a keeper. Anyone that can boil water and turn on the oven has got it made. Plus the meal is so delicious. By the way for all of you that are interested school starts for me two weeks from today. Where has my summer gone? So I’m digging in and enjoying every last minute.
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We all want that quick fix for dinner. I’ve found that perfect fix. Quesadillas!! They are fast, easy, so versatile and above all tasty. My students made these last week and they had a blast.
The photo is from my second period. I was so impressed with their work. I loved their extra effort and their super excitement in class. And yes they will get extra credit.