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Featured Recipe:

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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Bacon Wrapped BurgersCasual

by zirbirt | 11/24/2015

Having fun with bacon Cheeseburgers

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Apple Harvest CakeDesserts & Baking

by zirbirt | 11/3/2015

A super moist rich apple cake that is sure to delight.

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Pumpkin RollDesserts & Baking

by zirbirt | 10/20/2015

Tender pumpkin cake, cream cheese filling and walnuts combine to make a dessert everyone will rave about.

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Herb Encrusted Pork TenderloinEveryday Meals

by zirbirt | 10/19/2015

This crisp flavorful tenderloin is a definite attention getter, and surprisingly easy to make.

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Pumpkin Coffee CakeDesserts & Baking

by zirbirt | 9/30/2015

With the start of fall also comes a cornucopia of pumpkin based treats. I decided to break the standards and play around with pumpkin coffee cake. The results were amazing!

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Pepperoni and Bacon PizzaEveryday Meals

by zirbirt | 9/10/2015

You can order pizza, you can buy frozen pizza, but nothing beats the flavor and quality of a good homemade pizza.

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Pizza Pull Apart BreadDesserts & Baking

by zirbirt | 9/10/2015

A fun and delicious pull apart bread that goes great with anything, but especially pizzas and pastas.

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HashbrownsEveryday Meals

by zirbirt | 9/8/2015

Some tips on how to make diner style hashbrowns at home.

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Chicken and DumplingsEveryday Meals

by zirbirt | 9/3/2015

A very simple straight forward way to make basic chicken and dumplings. The star here are the dumplings, which are light, fluffy and full of flavor.

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Takeout Tuesday: The Big ZirbEveryday Meals

by zirbirt | 9/2/2015

My own interpretation of the ever popular Big Mac. Main difference here, is that this one is actually edible.

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