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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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All Recipes Posted by Razwick

Razwick's Offcial Optimism Juice, Version 2Basic Recipes

by Razwick | 1/11/2016

I'll be honest, the first iteration of this cocktail recipe was good, but I had a lot of refining to do in order to make this a satisfying drink that you can make and enjoy on a regular basis. I think I've gotten pretty darn close to perfect on this one, if by perfect I mean "what I was trying to accomplish" which, in this case, I do!

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Simple Roasted Pumpkin SeedsBasic Recipes

by Razwick | 11/3/2015

Crunchy, delicious, some would even say healthy! Pumpkin seeds are where it's at for a savoury fall treat.

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Apple CrispDesserts & Baking

by Razwick | 10/20/2015

Blow away your mother-in-law, judgemental aunt or surly coworkers with your kick ass apple crisp. Like a boss. A baking boss. Word.

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I Made Some Stuff That Zirbirt Made FirstBasic Recipes

by Razwick | 7/27/2015

Zirbirt's recipes as prepared by a significantly less talented cook. That is, me, I can't even fry rice. Included: Alliance burgers, really sad fried rice, bacon wrapped meatloaf

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Razwick's Brony BrowniesJune Challenge: My Little Brownies

by Razwick | 7/5/2015

For my last minute challenge entry, I bring to you, Pinkie Pie, Rarity, and Apple Jack themed brownies!

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Pulled Pork, Apartment VersionEntrees

by Razwick | 6/29/2015

While our very own Zirbirt has posted his excellent looking version of pulled pork, there are many ways to go about making this tasty meal. This version is for people who, like myself, lack space and the tools to make pulled pork in a BBQ or smoker, and has the added benefit of being able to be left to cook while you're at work, so you can come home to a delicious supper for minimal effort.

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Razwick's Official Optimism Juice, Version 1Experimenting

by Razwick | 6/10/2015

It's official, it's sweet, and guaranteed to improve your outlook on WoW, giant hordes of orcs, and probably everything, ever, because this is gonna be awesome.

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Spice BreadGame Recreations

by Razwick | 6/4/2015

First time making bread? Why not recreate the first cooking recipe you get in World of Warcraft?

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How to Fail at TartsDesserts & Baking

by Razwick | 5/26/2015

A valiant first attempt at pastry, with less than ideal, but certainly entertaining results.If you have guests you'd like to freak out with a tart that looks like something died brutally to bring them this delicacy, boy, have I got a treat for you.

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Potato Bacon SoupSoups and Salads

by Razwick | 5/16/2015

A simple soup for when you need a hearty supper that leaves great leftovers.

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Monthly Challenge

July Challenge - Booty Bay Chili Cookoff

This months challenge is to make chili. Yes, it is that simple, make chili.

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