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Second day of Christmas-Shoo fly Apple pie

Monday, December 14th, 2009

*Totally vegan
On the second day of Christmas came Dia’s Shoo Fly Apple Pie. Last night I was in bed sort of pondering why I decided to make 12 different dishes for my blog…in 12 days. The only conclusion that I could come up with is, I’m a little crazy.

Homemade Pumpkin Pie

Tuesday, February 24th, 2009

Pumpkin Pie
I can’t say enough about my favorite pie. Pumpkin Pie has cured many lonely nights and sad times at the hospital. Usually it wouldn’t be home made, but wherever it came from it was delicious. To be honest, I really haven’t tasted anything better than this dessert. Most people only eat this after their big Thanksgiving meal, but given the opportunity, I would have a slice every day.

Dia’s Yorkshire Pudding Muffins

Friday, January 16th, 2009

Yorkshire Pudding MuffinsHere is a quick little recipe that you can either make for breakfast to replace pancakes or for dessert after a nice roast. One of the things I instantly fell in love with when I came to the UK, was Yorkshire Pudding. These muffins are a nice version.

Dia’s Quorn English Sausage Jambalaya

Monday, January 5th, 2009

Jambalaya finished and looking yummyOK, so English Sausage is probably not the first thing to come to mind, when you think, “Jambalaya”, but trust me with this recipe, the flavors permeate through the sauce and it all works out well. The word Jambalaya may sound like it would be complicated to make, but it is really simple.

New Year’s Day Detox Red Pepper Omelette

Thursday, January 1st, 2009

Detox red pepper omeletteWe will all be waking up late tomorrow morning…afternoon, and I suppose most of us won’t feel like making a big breakfast. Here is an omelette that not only will taste delicious, but will detox and rejuvenate you at the same time. Let’s face it, we’re going to need a pick me up, and sometimes coffee doesn’t do the trick.

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