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Your Free Thanksgiving Recipe Journal to Document Your Favorite Family Recipes

If you’re going to be around family, cooking up all kinds of gluttonous deliciousness this Thanksgiving, make sure you document your favorite family recipes! I started this journal for myself and my show, and thought it might be super helpful for everyone else, too.

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

Family Recipe: Cherry Tomato Pasta

This recipe is a Shevenell original, and I’m honored / excited / proud to share it.  My brother, Ed, is the creative mastermind behind this flavorful blend of veggies, olive oil, butter, and wine, which can be served over pasta or a “noodle” like spaghetti squash or spiralized zucchini.  386 more words


Creole Cooking

So, I’ve given y’all my easy (and delicious) recipe for Creole BBQ Shrimp, so today, I’m sharing my equally easy (and also delicious) recipe for Shrimp Creole, not to be confused. 305 more words

Family Recipes: Egyptian Baklava

This week I decided to share a little bit of my culture with my grandmother’s recipe for Egyptian Baklava. This is one of my favorite things to have at family gatherings; it’s a really traditional dessert, and if you like walnuts you’re sure to love it.

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Lao Posto (Opo Squash with KhasKhas/Poppy Seed)

Posto or khaskhas or poppy seed is a pretty popular ingredient in bengali kitchens. It has this euphoric sleepy effect, which makes it a perfect ingredient for those lazy weekend afternoons, when all you have in the days plan is some reading and a nice long afternoon nap. 337 more words


Mia's Spaghetti Bolognese for the Clark Family Offspring to refer to - easy peasy promise :)

This blog started life as a handwritten notebook of recipes that I use on a fairly regular basis. The cunning plan being that my offspring would be able to refer to it and use it in their teen and adult lives to enable me to have more freedom!!! 638 more words


Cheesy {Sausage} Balls- Holiday FAVORITE

These sausage balls are always a hit wherever I bring them. Since it is so close, to the holidays and it just so happens to be my sister’s birthday, 435 more words