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Dave Lieberman’s Thai Chicken Curry

January 4, 2007

Dave Lieberman’s Thai Chicken Curry is absolutely delicious.  I’m now officially in love with coconut milk and I can’t wait to use it in something else.  Chris and I devoured the entire dish, which was intended to be four servings, but since this was done slightly pre New Year’s Resolutions time I’m not inclined to […]

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Rachael Ray’s Fruited Chicken Curry

October 28, 2006

I was actually nervous about making Fruited Chicken Curry even though it is a Rachael Ray recipe and that practically assures you of a foolproof meal. I suppose you can chalk it up to old kitchen fears rearing their ugly head, stemming perhaps from the days when I used to refuse to cook with meat […]

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Giada’s Chicken Ragu

October 24, 2006

It’s fairly obvious from the selection of recipes I’ve featured so far on erincooks.com that I am a Food Network addict. When I was living on my own after college for the first time I was made thoroughly aware of the fact that I was extremely deficient in the cooking department. After living on Pasta […]

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Fall Risotto & Turkey Cutlets

October 12, 2006

Risotto is my second favorite dish to make (behind any kind of soup). What I love about risotto is that you can just toss in fun combinations of veggies, handfuls of grated cheese, and dinner is done (well after you stir it until your arm is ready to fall off, but personally I can use […]

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Black Bean Soup & Spicy Cornbread Muffins

October 11, 2006

Before I started dating CK I essentially refused to eat anything spicy. In the past I’ve honestly gone out to dinner at Mexican restaurants and only ordered margaritas and snacked on corn chips, but now I’m addicted to heat. Essentially this means I tend to double the amount of spice, which is exactly what I […]

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Ellie Krieger’s Scrumptious Scramble

October 1, 2006

My “edited” version of Ellie Krieger’s Scrumptious Scramble.  Essentially, throw whatever you have on hand into a pan, saute it in a small amount of olive oil, and combine it with scrambled eggs for a delicious breakfast.  I like serving eggs this way because I am a miserable failure when it comes to making omelets. […]

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Ellie Krieger’s Chicken Cacciatore

September 25, 2006

On the menu this evening. Liquid Courage Sliced Veggies Brown the Chicken Let the Chicken Rest (shhh…) Saute the Onions & Peppers Add the Mushrooms Add Wine & Reduce Mince the Garlic Shake in the Spices Simmer the Veggies & Chicken Voila! Chicken Cacciatore Chocolate Chip Banana Yumminess

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