Tag Archives: hot

Chai Tea

It’s taking forever for spring-like weather to arrive in the South. Normally we’d be turning the garden in early March. Instead we were waiting for the ice covering it to melt. This helped us think warm thoughts. Chai Tea 24 … Continue reading

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Sunday Suppers: Come Inside and Warm Up

Here are a few options to fight the miserable winter everyone seems to have around here. Cheddar Potato Soup Meatball Soup White Bean Chili Oatmeal Wheat Bread to dip in the soups Or top dip in the chili, cornbread. And … Continue reading

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Green Bean Salad with Dijon Vinaigrette

This is a great hot salad that comes together really fast. Make sure to use fresh green beans. This recipe was inspired by The Complete Encyclopedia of Vegetables and Vegetarian Cooking, which is practically a bible in our house. Green … Continue reading

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Asian Honey Chicken Wings

These are not true hot wings. Unless you live in New York no one knows how to make buffalo wings. One day I will borrow a deep fryer and explain how to make them. These are really good baked wings … Continue reading

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Chipotle Pintos

By Katherine   People down here have a saying: “Hot enough for you?” What they have that everywhere? Well, it’s not funny when you suffer through 28 days of 100 plus degrees in a summer. Yes, we’ve had a cool … Continue reading

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Peppercorn Martini

By Katherine I made this as an alternative to Greg’s standard dirty martini. Flavored vodkas can be pricey. Making a simple syrup is a cheaper alternative. Peppercorn Martini 3 ounces vodka 1 ounce dry vermouth 1 tsp sherry 1/2 ounce … Continue reading

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