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Chocolate Orange Stout Cake with Orange Buttercream Frosting

It feels like it’s been awhile. I’m not sure I can remember too many times when the product of my labors in the kitchen didn’t appear on these pages for an extended period but this week it happened and since this is my business as w...
by Creative Culinary on Dec 20, 2016

Chocolate Orange Stout Cake with Orange Buttercream Frosting

It feels like it’s been awhile. I’m not sure I can remember too many times when the product of my labors in the kitchen didn’t appear on these pages for an extended period but this week it happened and since this is my business as w...
by Creative Culinary on Dec 20, 2016

Peanut Butter and Butterscotch Haystacks

Holidays and food are so firmly entrenched with each other that things we never think about during the rest of the year start to make their way to the surface of conscious thought this time of year and often bring back delicious memories. These Peanu...
by Creative Culinary on Dec 8, 2016

Pomegranate and Blood Orange Tequila Spritzer

I’m in a local Facebook group for Denver bloggers and one day the leader of the pack posted about an opportunity to participate in a contest sponsored by Stirrings. I love their products and have used them for years and for me I just decided t...
by Creative Culinary on Dec 6, 2016

Crown Roast of Pork with Wild Rice Stuffing and Caramelized Orange Sauce

Inspiration for dishes I include on this blog comes in such a wide variety of ways. Sometimes it’s just as simple as wanting to make something with seasonal produce, other times, it’s in keeping with tradition or maybe even a request from someone...
by Creative Culinary on Dec 5, 2016

Bourbon and Peach Jam Smash

I promised a cocktail with the Bourbon Peach Jam with Vanilla Bean that I made last week and today I’m delivering! First can I just tell you I’ve never had so many people let me know in one week that they made a recipe I’ve posted.
by Creative Culinary on Aug 25, 2016

Grilled Peach and Jalapeno Margarita

While today I’m adding jalapeno to a Grilled Peach and Jalapeno Margarita, when we first moved to Denver from Raleigh, NC it was something I would dig out and remove if served to me in a restaurant dish. The words fajita, enchilada and burrito...
by Creative Culinary on Aug 19, 2016

Bourbon Peach Jam with Vanilla Bean

Forget the old adage of ‘When life hand you lemons, make lemonade.’ This month I’m going with ‘When life hands you peaches, make this Bourbon Peach Jam with Vanilla Bean.’ And life has handed me a ton of peaches! Perfect...
by Creative Culinary on Aug 18, 2016

Strawberry Squares – A Favorite Summer Treat

This recipe for Strawberry Squares, a frozen treat that combines strawberries, meringue, whipped cream and sugar all frozen on top of a base layer that includes brown sugar and walnuts, is a favorite of mine from long ago.  I still remember the reas...
by Creative Culinary on Aug 16, 2016

National Sandwich Month from Dinner through Dessert

There is a calendar somewhere that lists all of the food events and while I’m never sure who makes those determinations, I sort of love celebrating the things we have come to take from granted. Like sandwiches. The most dependable way to get lu...
by Creative Culinary on Aug 6, 2016

Thai Peanut Shrimp Skewers with Pineapple and Red Peppers

bu One thing I really miss where I’m living now is one of the few fast casual restaurants I used to frequent in my old haunt of Greenwood Village. Out of Austin, Texas, the Firebowl Cafe was not just close, it was fantastic. The next time I vis...
by Creative Culinary on Aug 3, 2016

Watermelon Raspberry Cooler

I love watermelon…but I mean really good watermelon. When the grocery store is selling watermelons in the winter I walk on by…we all know they will never be those super sweet, bright red, luscious wonders that mid-summer brings. Those I c...
by Creative Culinary on Jul 28, 2016

Grilled Flank Steak and Asparagus with Béarnaise Butter

I hope you are enjoying the series I started a couple of years ago with blogging friends called Progressive Eats. Progressive Dinners originally started as a way to share a meal through the progression of visiting each others homes. We forayed that o...
by Creative Culinary on Jul 26, 2016

Easy Iced Coffee

This easy iced coffee will see you right through the summer if, like me, you’re finding it hard to keep up your caffeine levels in this heat! This past weekend Jonny & I ran away to Chagstock festival on the edge of Dartmoor and had a blast...
by Hedgecombers on Jul 25, 2016

Blueberry Mint Moscow Mule

Sooooo…here we are. Saturday again. With a cocktail for Friday Cocktails. Why can’t I seem to get it together anymore? Well, I had a moment yesterday to consider that and I think summer is to blame. Summer means more work in the garden an...
by Creative Culinary on Jul 23, 2016

Pink Citroenade – The Bend and Snap!

As you may already know, Legally Blonde celebrated its 15th anniversary this past Wednesday. Can you believe that it has already been 15 years since Reese Witherspoon stared as Elle Woods, a Valley girl who one-ups her Harvard-bound boyfriend by enro...
by Creative Culinary on Jul 15, 2016

Milk Chocolate Coated Peanut Butter and Coconut Balls

I happened upon this recipe in the most unlikely place. My own blog. Yes…I did a search for something else with chocolate and peanut butter and voila; this recipe was included in the search results. I knew as soon as I saw it listed that it nee...
by Creative Culinary on Jul 14, 2016

Crispy Fish Balls with Easy Tartare Sauce

These Crispy Fish Balls with Easy Tartare Sauce make dinner a doddle when the cupboards are bare and you’re lacking inspiration. Get the kids helping in rolling them out to make it even easier on you :) I was recently challenged by the new and...
by Hedgecombers on Jul 13, 2016

Creamy Cauliflower Curry with Basil

Basil is not an herb that features in traditional Indian cooking, but, as Thai cuisine shows us, its pungent-sweetness can be divine in curries. My recipe today combines the complexity of basil with vibrant Indian spices, sweet coconut milk, and...

Coconut Chocolate Bites

These Coconut Chocolate Bites have just two ingredients and make a great snack. They are also on the healthier side of the naughty scale! I’ll admit I totally pinched this idea :) My darling Mum bought me a bag of coconut chocolate chips recent...
by Hedgecombers on Jul 11, 2016


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