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Spinach Artichoke Melts

by zirbirt

Spinach and artichoke cooked into a creamy dip, then combined with a bit of chicken and some good bread and finally grilled makes for a fine meal on it's own. Add to that the bonus of lots of leftover dip for snacking and you have a dinner that really makes sense.
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My own interpretation of the ever popular Big Mac. Main difference here, is that this one is actually edible.

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by zirbirt | 9/1/2015

A surprisingly simple Asian inspired dish.

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by zirbirt | 8/28/2015

These muffins combine everything I love about cinnamon rolls with everything I love about muffins to create a treat that I truly consider over the top!

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by zirbirt | 8/28/2015

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by zirbirt | 8/25/2015

A super simple to make cake that tastes great even without frosting.

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by zirbirt | 8/24/2015

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by zirbirt | 8/18/2015

A simple, hearty dinner that you can make any night.

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by zirbirt | 8/14/2015

It's chicken! It's in a Skillet! and... There is pasta.

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by zirbirt | 8/13/2015

Remember when quality dinner meat was $1.88 a pound? Well, you might be surprised to find out brilliant pork chops aren't too far from that.

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Manly Peanut Butter CookiesDesserts & Baking

by zirbirt | 8/7/2015

The trend to flimsy, flavorless, soft, and generally sissified peanut butter cookies has to stop! These manly peanut butter cookies will kick sand in the faces of all other cookies in the jar.

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