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Dragonia’s Macaroni & Cheese

I’ve been hearing about this recipe for years now, so it was a delight to finally get to try it from the source. It is intended to be a low carb recipe- its author maintains a low-carb regimen- but now that I’ve published it here, there is apparently some contention over whether or not that [...]

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Sour Cream Blue Cheese Dressing

Dragonia lifted the original recipe for this from Cooks.com, although she says the site sucks, because there are often omissions in the recipe ingredient lists and instructions that do not become evident until you do a thorough read-through.  But there were no such problems here.  We had everything that was necessary already in the house, [...]

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This recipe was passed along to me by my sweetie Dragonia.  It’s definitely not the sort of thing Jack and I usually eat around the House of Cards, but I was intrigued by the use of nutmeg in conjunction with bruschetta-like ingredients, and it made for a nice change-up.  Depending on your own culinary history, [...]

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From my good friend and Japanese Iron Chef co-fan-girl Special K comes this low-work high-payoff dish.  K lives on St. Philip’s in the City of Mists now, but the blood of the Land of Pulled Pork and Boiled Peanuts runs in her veins, and periodically she starts channeling heavily accented voices.  She expresses her regret [...]

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The Empress’ Caesar Salad

serves 6 The Empress retrieved this recipe from a restaurant in Cancun, Mexico, where it was mixed at her table without measurements, straight from bottles and jars.  She has refined it through long practice to a high art.  She claims to have traded it for others all over the world.  Do not question the veracity [...]

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Ace’s Christmas Eve Fondue

serves 8 as one part of a holiday feast, or 4 cheese-lovers as a main course In reality, this is not my fondue, a recipe created by me:  it is classic cheese fondue, the dish prepared traditionally.  You can find what follows, with only slight variation, in any cookbook on the topic.  But for some [...]

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