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Can you believe the 4th of July is this weekend?  I looked at my calendar and thought, that can’t be right.  What happened to the month of June?  I barely feel prepared!  But…. come Saturday, I will be ready. I’m putting others in charge of the food and am going to focus on desserts.  I know we’ll be spending as much time outside as possible, soaking up the sun, and social distancing with family and friends.  I want to make a variety of sweets with something for everyone.  I also want something that’s refreshing because it’s going to be HOT! The first dessert I’m going to make is an Ice Cream Sandwich Cookie.  It’s yummy vanilla ice cream sandwiched between 2 homemade cookies with yes, red, white, and blue, M&M’s for a 4th of July theme.  These are going to be the perfect way too cool off! The recipe can … Continue reading

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Laissez le bon temps rouler!  Aka “let the good times roll” is frequently heard during Mardi Gras.  It’s a celebration of music, parades, costumes, excitement, and most importantly, food.  Typical food styles are Cajun and Creole.  I have a few recipes to help you get into the spirit and feel like you are in the French Quarter of New Orleans. First up is Spicy Cajun Chicken Lazone.  Chicken Lazone is a New Orleans favorite and is a combination of Cajun chicken and comfort food.  You start by coating the chicken in a homemade rub.  It’s pretty simple to make so don’t let this scare you. Combine the dry ingredients in a bowl, dip the chicken into the mixture, and set aside. Next, you heat a skillet and cook the chicken until done. Then, make the sauce by adding the remaining mixture to the pan with some heavy cream and allowing … Continue reading

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