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Hawaiian Fried Rice from Cook’s Country Magazine, April/May 2013

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Sometimes, over the course of a month, I realize that I’m gravitating towards one magazine more than the others. This happens most often when the stack is larger than normal, as is the case with May. Cook’s Country is my … Continue reading

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Slow-Cooker Pulled Chicken from Cook’s Country Magazine, April/May 2013

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Many summers ago, my younger brother visited us in North Carolina. Wanting to show him the best of southern hospitality and cuisine, I invited a crowd over, made a big batch of potato salad, a vat of sweet tea and … Continue reading

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Sheet Pan Pizza from Cook’s Country Magazine, April/May 2013

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My house is quiet. There isn’t a ball being bounced from room to room. No one’s watching Sponge Bob or Fairly Odd Parents. I haven’t been asked what’s for breakfast or informed that someone’s hungry yet.  I was able to … Continue reading

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Crumb-Coated Baked Ham from Cook’s Country, April/May 2013

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If your house is anything like mine, walking into the kitchen to prepare a meal triggers some kind of people magnet that draws the other family members to that room in record time. I’ve tested this phenomenon thoroughly. If I … Continue reading

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Braciole from Cook’s Country Magazine, April/May 2013

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Hi Leia. First, thank you for taking the time out of what I’m sure is a busy day to spend a few minutes here. You don’t know how happy that makes me.  I am also very grateful to you for … Continue reading

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Pan-Fried Pork Chops from Cook’s Country Magazine

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If you’ve been following along with my attempt to keep to a weekly menu via Menu Plan Monday, You’re probably wondering where the Braised Pork Shoulder with Apple Cider and Ginger Beer is. Yes, those are the Garlic Mashed Potatoes, but … Continue reading

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Daffodil Cake from Cook’s Country Magazine, April/May 2010

Daffodil Cake | Taking On Magazines | www.takingonmagazines.com | This beautiful angel cake has glorious hints of citrus and a stunning presentation.

Daffodil Cake from Cooks Country Magazine To quote an old saying, “The best laid schemes of mice and moms oft go askew.” We are having company tonight and I had determined early in the day that I was going to … Continue reading

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Steak de Burgo from Cook’s Country, April/May 2010

I’d never heard of Steak de Burgo before I opened Cook’s Country, but a recipe that has a sauce with garlic, butter and fresh herbs can’t be bad so I figured it would make a great dinner for us tonight. … Continue reading

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Creamy Asparagus Soup from Cook’s Country Magazine, April/May 2010

I was in high school when the first Star Wars movie came out. Because I loved it (and Luke Skywalker), and it was the only movie that the theater showed all summer, I saw it 28 times over the course … Continue reading

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Garlic Pork Roast from Cook’s Country Magazine, April/May 2010

There must be a rule of cooking magazines that if you have one, you are required to post a pork roast recipe in it. In case you think I’m exaggerating, consider this; I’ve gone through 8 magazines (2 in process) … Continue reading

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