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Black Bean Cupcakes (Savoury)

After posting the Black Bean mini Tacos my mum asked me to make them for her. Not being one to cook something twice (I take after my mother),  I thought I would make a little variation to mix thing up a bit.

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Buttermilk Shortcakes with Summer Berries and Lemon Curd

We don’t know if you’ve also noticed, but there are still a lot of berries going around—really, really delicious berries. We’ve made good use of them all summer, making berry pies and maple-berry waffle sauces, berry ice cream sundaes and berry crumbles, and just plain eating them by the palmful, gleefully, right out of the carton (or yellow colander, as the case may be). 1,147 more words


Ro*Tel Sausage Dip

This easy-to-make, satisfying recipe is one of my favorite party foods. It’s delicious, doesn’t mess up your whole kitchen, and requires no real planning ahead. It comes together as quickly as a box of brownies, and it’s far less likely to be duplicated by other party patrons. 623 more words


Gluten Free Potato Scones

Tattie scones, as they are called in Scotland.

I have a soft spot for these! Delicious for breakfast with an egg, served with soup or  use as a gluten free base for canapés. 156 more words

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Lots of Hearty, Flavor-savorin’ Spinach-Artichoke Dip

A simple, yet flavorful twist on spinach-artichoke dip. There will be plenty for everyone!

Serves 20 | Cook Time: 20 minutes | Prep time: 5 minutes… 274 more words

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Peanut Butter Brownies

Fred and Ginger. Frick and Frack. Peanut butter and chocolate. All classic combinations, but only one makes us drool. Feast your eyes (and mouths) on these unbelievably delicious Peanut Butter Brownies. 35 more words

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Sour Cream Porridge With Cured Meat or Sausage / Rømmegrøt Med Grøtpinne

A recipe from “Mat For Alle Årstider” (Food For All Seasons) published by Det Beste in 1977

Sour cream porridge is considered one of the most traditional Norwegian dishes, and it is for many families the obvious choice for Whitsun Eve, Midsummer’s Eve and “Olsok” 264 more words