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Purple Gnocchi with Rosemary Butter

You bettah believe it. Freaking purple! Well, purple during the making, and grayish in the results. But who cares? We can still call it purple. I had this idea a while back when I bought a bag of purple potatoes for this ridiculous bacon flag pizza I made, but I forgot about it once my […]

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Gnocchi with Sausage and Kale

It’s snow day #2 around herrr! Which doesn’t really change much for me and my normal routine, other than the addition of nauseated gripes from my husband’s “work station” at the kitchen table as he witnesses me Huluing missed episodes of The Carrie Diaries and The Mindy Project. It’s like, look chachi, no one asked […]

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Homemade Gnocchi with a Roasted Tomato Sauce

Project recipe! You have to pretend that I sounded like Alicia Silverstone in Clueless just then. A lot of what I give ya on this here internet blog website URL www.bevcooks.com is pretty easy. Minimal willy nilly. Light on the rigamaroo. But not today! Actually, making gnocchi from scratch isn’t difficult at all. I’m confusing […]

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Steak With Pesto Gnocchi

So, as bistro week continues (the only real thing I learned about the meaning of “bistro” is that I need to grow a mustache for true authenticity. DONE. And gross.) we’re having steak and potatoes! By the way, bistro week did in fact start on Monday with Aaron’s pasta, and then on Tuesday with soup, […]

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Homemade Gnocchi in a Bright Tomato Sauce

The Great Vegetarian Challenge: Day 3 Wow, gone are the days when we wore bonnets and walked giddily about a room with girlfriends discussing that we are in fact walking around said room because it’s refreshing. Gone are the days when we referred to a 27 year old man as “Mr.” So and So. Gone […]

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In Sickness and In Health

Today this happened to my poor husband: Bilateral Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery, Septoplasty and Turbinectomy. In short, a doctor punched him in the nose. All went well, and he should recover just fine in a few days, given the amount of pain pills his doctor gave him, the pounds of chocolate pudding I bought him […]

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