A Girl and Her Fork makes mini cornbread muffins
Today's rainy day inspired me to make another batch of mini cornbread muffins. I tinkered with an old Martha Stewart recipe and made some for a party recently and they turned out great but I made the mistake of making them ahead of time so by the time guests arrived, settled in and decided to nosh, the muffins had cooled down substantially. It was a bit of a bummer but it also gave me the idea to pair these bite-sized treats with a dish that stays hot. Since it was grey and wet out today I thought it'd be a good opportunity to pull the ol' slow cooker out and make a batch of Southwest Chili.
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Undercover Caterer whips up green beans
Woohoo, beezies, I'm back! I got a new kitchen, and Sunday night I got to make my first family dinner in it. It was fun. Everything works, and while we didn't knock out any walls or add square footage, it's a lot more workable space and I couldn't be more thrilled.
You know what appealed to me about this recipe? The fact that the beans get done, done. Like done. They are not crunchy. Not tender-crisp. They are cooked. Not soggy or anything, but cooked and with browned edges from the bottom of the pot.
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