salt cured egg yolks

Waaaaay back sometime last year I can recall seeing a recipe for salt cured egg yolks in one of my magazines.  I remembered thinking; “I need to remember and try this!” and then promptly forgot all about it.  Fast forward to last week, where Lindsay posted this “how to” video on Instagram and I knew I needed …

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Chocolate Covered Potato Chips

A couple of weeks ago I had a good friend and client ask me if I had yet come out of “First Year hiding”. He explained the strange process a couple experiences when you have baby number one; you disappear socially for about a year. You lose track of everyone you hung out with before …

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Zucchini Fritters

I love anything pretty much in pancake or waffle form.  Last year, I waffled my mom’s leftover Thanksgiving stuffing and I still think it may be the best thing I’ve ever eaten. When potatoes aren’t available or we are looking for a slightly healthier version of a potato pancake, I’ll make these zucchini fritters. Packed …

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Spicy Tuna Roll

Today marks M’s Belly’s two year blog anniversary!  Woot!  When I look back into the post archives and see my first (uninterestingly written and poorly lit) post for mini beef wellingtons, I see I shot some of the photos outside on the condo balcony.  I remember March being simply lovely and in the mid-50’s that year for …

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Buffalo Hot Wings

Even though March is technically over and sadly both Michigan basketball teams lost (sorry Mike Smith), I’m still going forward with a recipe post of my favorite buffalo hot wings!  Wings are perfect fare for watching any type of sport, specifically tomorrow’s Monday night college basketball championship game.  The Hubs taught me you can throw …

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Hatch Green Chile Wings

About three weeks ago, the lovely people at The Hatch Chile Store reached out to me all the way from Hatch, New Mexico.  They wanted to know if I would like to cook with their Hatch Green Chile.  An enthusiastic, HECK YES!, was my response.  I think they noticed last Fall’s chutney and enchilasagne posts, both …

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Roasted Garlic

An amazing thing happens to garlic when you roast it at 400 degrees for 35 minutes.  It transforms into a creamy, mellowed, caramelized, spreadable treat!  So simple and savory, your guests will think you’ve slaved for hours over this appetizer.  Spread it on a french baguette or crackers and serve with a glass of Chardonnay. …

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Asian Turkey Meatballs

So you made the One Pot Gingery Chicken and Rice and unless you added more chicken to the pot (which you can totally do!) you most likely will have a boatload of leftover rice.  Seeing I had ground turkey in the fridge, I decided to make Asian meatballs to go with my leftover Asian inspired rice.  Holy …

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