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Burgundy Mushrooms

This is a recipe that was featured on the Pioneer Woman Christmas Special. What could be better than braised mushrooms in red wine sitting proudly beside a thick slice of beef tenderloin? Yes, it will take time to cook these babies, but the prep is a...

Pear & Cranberry Tart

This recipe can be adapted in a million different ways. I use it in the summer with peaches, strawberries and blackberries and it’s perfect in the fall with granny smith apples. It is simple and it is beautiful every time. Ingredients for the crust: 1 1/4...

Pasta Sausage Soup

 My brother Rick gave me this recipe, it’s a keeper! Ingredients: 1 1/2 lbs. sweet Italian sausage 1 med onion chopped 1 garlic clove minced 1 can diced tomatoes 2 1/2 cups uncooked bow tie pasta 6 cups water 1 TBSP. sugar 1 TBSP worcestershire 2...

A Christmas Lunch

When I’m not cooking (which seems like most of the time) I’m holding down a full time job as an Cardiac Sonographer in a very large and extremely busy cardiology practice.  My department is made up of seven women who provide cardiac imaging for the group...

Roasted Figs with Prosciutto

This recipe from The Barefoot Contessa is so simple that it seems ridiculous. Pop one of these babies in your mouth and you will realize that simple can equal absolute deliciousness. It’s a perfect appetizer to serve at a cocktail party and the figs make it...

Brigitte’s Tomato Basil Soup

This was served at our Physician’s Christmas Lunch this year and I have to say that I could have made an entire meal out of the soup, all by itself.  Top with some croutons and parmesan cheese and you have a soup hearty enough for dinner....

Chicken Lasagna Florentine

This is a tried and true casserole that’s perfect for a Christmas luncheon.  The girls in my department pull together and  serve a holiday lunch for our physician’s every year and this is what I make for an entree.  The guys love it.  The recipe is for...
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