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Cuban Bean Patties with Pineapple Rice

These were pretty good and were a lot easier to make than I expected. I would make a few modifications next time though- add some chopped, fresh, jalepenio to the rice (I would cook it with the pineapple), and use crushed pineapple instead of cubed. Make sure you drain the beans really well…mine were too […]

Singapore Noodles

These are pretty much a staple at out house. They’re really fast and easy, and you can pretty much just throw whatever you have into the pan. 6 ounces rice noodles1/2 c. chicken broth2 T soy sauce1 T rice vinegar2 t. chili sauce1 t. sugar1/2 lb shrimp, precooked, tails removed (you can also use chicken, […]

Pulled Pork

I made these today and they were sooo good! Into the crockpot went : 1 onion, thinly sliced, about 2 pounds country ribs, 1 bottle hickory BBQ sauce, a little water. On low for 8 hours. Shred halfway through. coleslaw mix mixed with: 3 T apple cider vinegar, 1/2 tsp. suagar, 1 tsp oil. serve […]

Pumpkin Polenta with Chicken Chorizo

If you’ve ever talked to me about food, you’ve probably heard about this one oh….20 times? Its SO good. And pretty easy. If I could ever remember, I would make the polenta the night before…I always love it best the second day (it kind of sets a little more in the fridge) but its good […]

Chai Brownies

I can’t even begin to describe how awesome these are. I was a little hesitant since I’ve never made brownies from scratch before, but they were easy and give you all the ooey goodness of the boxed stuff. You could probably just use 1/4 c. of prepared chai latte, but why do that when you […]