Fat Tire Amber Ale BBQ Grilled Chicken

Grilled Fat Tire Amber Ale BBQ Chicken It’s Fire Up the Grill Week at Once Upon a spice & I wanted to kick it off with a quintessential summertime meal–the perfect trio! The chicken and corn can be prepared on the grill and the macaroni salad made the day before. No Stove-top Heat Necessary! The […]

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Braided Easter Ham Pepperoni & Cheese Bread with Tutorial

  My Mama always made this tasty bread for every religious holiday and if we begged, sometimes in between. Mom used to buy pounds of aged meats and cheeses and painstakingly cube every bit. Then she would mix fresh beaten eggs and finely grated Parmesan and fill and roll, what seemed like dozens, of loaves. […]

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Easter Preparations: Raspberry Orange Ham Sauce ~The Thankful Heart

Hi there– Just pulled the last of the Easter ham leftovers out of the freezer. The thing about leftovers is that they don’t seem so sad if you give them a little extra trimmings to make them seem not-so-leftover. Do you know what I mean? So to wake up this dish, we splashed on a […]…

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Magic Dust aka Steak Rub & Herb Butter-Rare, Medium or Well?

I call the incredible concoction encrusted on this gorgeous steak “Magic Dust” It’s an exceptionally delicious and simple steak rub that tastes like your local steakhouse’s—maybe even better! This pleasingly powerful powder has the ability to turn a naked steak into a culinary masterpiece! Rib eye is my choice, but most any marbleized cut will suffice. Also,…

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Fat Tire Amber Ale BBQ Grilled Chicken

Grilled Fat Tire Amber Ale BBQ Chicken It’s Fire Up the Grill Week at Once Upon a spice & I wanted to kick it off with a quintessential summertime meal–the perfect trio! The chicken and corn can be prepared on the grill and the macaroni salad made the day before. No Stove-top Heat Necessary! The…

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Naked Bourbon Brew Burger: Bare Beef at Its Best!

  Coffee in my burger you say? You bet! This caffeine infused burger (trace amounts) with all of the other elements (spices) included in this recipe expose flavors unknown—talk about fusion! I call this one “naked” because it’s served bare and unscathed: Topped only with the mild tastes of caramelized onions and peppers–leave the veggies…

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