Pressure Cooker Mashed Potatoes

Pressure Cooker Mashed Potatoes

“Pressure” is one of those odd words in the English language. Sometimes used to describe physical force exerted, influence, or persuasion, this time of year we tend to think of stressful urgency. After all, isn’t that what cooking around holiday time seems to feel like?

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Roasted Tomato and Garlic Bolognese Sauce

Roasted Tomato and Garlic Bolognese Sauce

It is so much fun to see how Kristina has surpassed me – by light years – when it comes to cooking. She is creative and instinctive, and possesses the natural ability to invent adventurous (and wonderful!) culinary combinations.

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Turkey and Pesto Meatballs – Gluten and Dairy Free

Turkey and Pesto Meatballs - Gluten and Dairy Free

I some times wonder if I chose the wrong profession. Maybe I should have been an architect, a pilot, or possibly a chemist. I love design, travel, and experimenting. But alas, I hate math. So I’m a musician. This way I can count to 4, and start again….

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Easy Enchiladas

Easy Enchiladas

I recently saw a map of the U.S. showing the most commonly spoken languages besides English, and found that more Minnesotans speak Spanish and Hmong than any other foreign language.

It is only logical that states like Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont would have French as their most common foreign language, due to proximity to Quebec. It also makes sense that Ohio and North Dakota would have many German speakers because of immigration patterns and Amish population.

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