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Porter

Honestly? It doesn't sound good to me BUT since it's a recipe coming from you, I'm gonna try it. My kids are big huge nut fans and this include any nut butters as well...they love onions and cucumbers too so what the heck, I will give it a go.
PS-I still haven't sent you my bean recipe...I will, I'm still in my lazy rut.

Alanna

You've got my attention!!

Porter

alrightie, i'm a really bad late night snacker...i start to crave something by 9pm and can't get it out of my head so i usually give in. lucky for me i'm not on a diet or anything.

for some reason i was craving this sandwich (i never would have thought i'd crave one) so, i just made myself one (with only one slice of bread cut in two) and it ROCKS!

i'm sure the basil is important but i don't like basil so i used arugula instead and it was still really really good. i have found my newest recipe to kill...i will be making these for the next couple of weeks until everyone is so sick of them in my family. yum yum thanks again.

Stefania/CityMama

Porter, I KNOW! When I first saw the ingredients on the menu, I thought, huh? But it was soooo good. I make it often.

janelle

YUM: how cool! Posting later today about the PBJs! I adore this twist on the usual!

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Cooking Gear To Spice Things Up

  • All-Clad cookware
    I use the stainless line. I love it because you can put it in the dishwasher. If you like to cook it is sooo worth it to have quality pots and pans. I recommend buying a set on sale and then filling in extras as you need them. (Watch for sales and specials.)
  • Cast Iron Skillet
    Please get rid of all your teflon-coated non-stick plans and get a cast iron skillet. I use mine for searing meat, poultry, and fish and then finishing off in the oven. In fact, get two cast iron skillets—one large enough to hold two ribeyes and a smaller, fried-egg-sized one for making...well...eggs.
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