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Blakely’s Trash Coffee Drink*

My mom use to love making this for people when we entertained. It looks like just an innocent cup of coffee... but its dangerous. Dangerously good. What you want to do is in a large coffee mug put the Ambarula, Kahula, Patron XO, Grand Marnier, and Brandy. Fill to the top with hot fresh coffee. Stir to mix all together. Add some whipped cream on the top and you have on hell of a coffee drink! Enjoy!!...

Hot Buttered Spiked Cider*

Ok everyone! Its time to warm up and there's no better way to warm up than drinking this delicious Hot Buttered Spiked Cider... trust me. First thing you want to do is make your spiced butter. You can use any spices that you want, these are just my favorite for the drink. In a bowl combine the softened butter, brown sugar, and spices. Mash with a fork until everything is combined. In a pan over medium high heat put in the apple cider and the oran...

Homemade Caramel Apples*

First things first, wash and dry your apples of choice and put the wooden popsicle sticks in them! Thats the easy part... just kidding! Don't be afraid of making homemade caramel!!! I promise it is not as hard as it looks. I'm not going to lie... you might burn the first batch. But hey, sugar is cheap so it's not a big deal!! What you want to do is put your sugar in a medium sized pot over medium heat and stir constantly until the sugar is all di...

Lemon, Ricotta, and Thyme Spaetzle*

Not many people have heard of Spaetzle. In fact, I've never heard of it before I went to school and we made it there. I LOVED it! Its so delicate, delicious, and the flavor combinations are endless. I'm a huge fan of browned butter... it has this amazing nutty rich flavor that really compliments the lightness of the lemon thyme Spaetzle. First thing you want to do is heat up a pot of water over high heat until its boiling. In a bowl make the batt...

Caramelized Brussel Sprouts*

Ok, I know that in many households saying the word "brussel sprout" is equivalent to saying a curse word. Many people when they were younger were force-fed over cooked, mushy, no-flavored brussel sprouts as some sort of cruel and unusual punishment. Well, not anymore people!!!! This is such an amazing recipe that even the people that hate brussel sprouts will love this. Caramelizing them in the oven gives them the most delicious flavor, then mixi...

Roast Pork with Apples and Onions*

Fall is one of my absolute favorite times of the year. I love when after a long hot Summer it starts to cool down and you feel a crispness in the air. Picking pumpkins, kicking off the holiday season,and finally dusting off those adorable boots you've been dying to wear... all of these things make me love it so much. Well I decided to kick off the "official start" of Fall by making an amazing fall-ish meal. I can't think of anything more fall tha...

Pressed Layer Sandwich*

First things first for this amazing sandwich... roasting the red bell pepper. Its so much easier than people think and so much better than buying them from your grocery store out of the bottle. If you have a gas cooktop then use that but if not you can use your oven too. If using the oven preheat on broil and put the pepper in there, turning when you see it charring. If you are using a gas cooktop then set it on there and let the flame char it. D...

Roasted Corn with Parmesan and Lime*

Tired of boring old corn on the cob? Craving something new and delicious? This is the best corn recipe...ever. A must try! This is so easy and just packed with flavor. The first thing you want to do is preheat your oven to 450*F. Put the unhusked corn on a baking sheet and put in the oven to let roast for 15 minutes. Take out of the oven and let cool. Shuck the corn and cut the kernels from the cob. ( For a great tip on how to cut the kernels wat...

Peach Salsa*

My favorite time of the year is summer and one of my favorite foods of summer is peach! One of my favorite things to make is salsa... so why not put them together?! I love making this and putting it on blacked fish or grilled pork. SO good. First thing you want to do is start a pot of boiling water. With a knife cut an "x" on the bottom of the peach and put in the boiling water. Keep in the water for about 1 minute. You don't want to cook the pea...

Salsa Verde*

Ok this is such an amazing dip and its so easy to make... don't be scared I promise you can do it! Ok the first thing you want to do is preheat your oven to 375*F. Cut the cleaned tomatillos and cut them in half. Place them on a baking pan skin side up. Cut the jalapeno in half and take the seeds out of half the side. Put the jalapeno skin side up on the baking pan too and sprinkle the top with salt. Put them in the oven and let cook for 15 minu...

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