Slow Cooker White Chili

Slow cooker white chili is a big bowl of creamy goodness on a cold, icky day. It’s filled with corn, chicken, white beans, and other yummy things and then cooked in a creamy, rich sauce that will have you licking your plate. The only thing better than chili is chili that you cook in a …

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Classic Long Island Tea

Classic Long Island Tea Cocktail is a great, basic cocktail that you can create hundreds of variations with. Ok. This Long Island Iced tea is a cocktail that comes with a lot of controversy. I’ve always understood that it was created during prohibition because it resembled tea. I remember my dad making them during the …

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Old Fashioned Marble Pound Cake Recipe

This old fashioned marble pound cake recipe is rich and moist without being too sweet. The vanilla flavor is strong but it is balanced by a dark chocolate swirl that has been flavored with bourbon. Believe it or not, marble cake is one of the first cakes I ever made — maybe the very first.

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Easy Shepherd’s Pie with Leftover Pot Roast

I don’t think there is a more family friendly comfort food than this easy Shepherd’s pie. Actually it’s a cottage pie because Shepherd’s pie is made with lamb and this is made with beef but you call it what you want. I call it really, really good! One thing I like to do is make a …

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Almost Classic Daiquiri Recipe (Because..Cranberry)

A classic Daiquiri cocktail is tangy and refreshing. It’s simple to make and once you know how you can create numerous variations from frozen peach daiquiris to Hemingway’s favorite grapefruit version. We have Cuba and the British Navy to thank for the development of this drink. You see, back when England and Spain were battling …

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