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    flour || vol.001 brioche

    I figure it is time to begin documenting for my little pet project.  This isn’t the first recipe I have made from my recently announced Flour cookbook journey, but it is a good one to start with.  This loaf of brioche was my first attempt at making such a thing and its success has nothing to do with me, but rather the detailed, two page, list of instructions that Joanne provided.  If it weren’t for those little details, I would have thought I messed up at least five times within the whole process and probably would have trashed the darn thing somewhere between those “where did I go wrong” moments. …

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    Weekly Menu

    Once in awhile I like to share what we eat.  It’s something we all have to do every day and sometimes, when we are trying to think of something to make for dinner, it’s nice to have ideas thrown out there for us to use.  We live on a very tight grocery budget so our meals are usually simple and kid friendly.  I use a plethora of online recipes, my own, and from cookbooks.  I’m not claiming that they are healthy or nutritious, but they are definitely edible. Ha!  Anyway.  I hope our list helps to inspire you for the week. fajita style quesadilla’s  (made with marinated skirt steak, monterey…

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    Healthy Chicken Noodle Casserole

    It wouldn’t be fair of me to not share this recipe with you about making a “healthy”, yet creamy, chicken noodle casserole.  Really, it wouldn’t.  In fact, you can take this recipe and make it even healthier if you chose to do so.  But I’ll get to that in a minute.  You see, I prepare this dish with the most basic of ingredients.  Things any regular cook would have sitting in their refrigerator & pantry shelves, making the ease of this dish astonishing.  I know every blogger will tell you this exact thing, however, I am being sincere. Eating this dish nearly had me feeling, like I was being unfaithful…