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Simple Hawaiian Chicken Sandwiches

Simple Hawaiian Chicken Sandwiches / Bev Cooks

I assume because I added pineapple it makes these Hawaiian. (?) But look at that bacon! and MELTED SWISS. I think technically, if a sandwich has pineapple, cheese, and something teriyaki-y in it, it’s Hawaiian. And your entire upper torso. But don’t try to double check that last part because I heard the Internet is […]

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Lobster Rolls

Lobster Rolls / Bev Cooks

Today I’m 40. FORTY. I have no idea what this is supposed to look or feel like, but I just bought myself a birthday tongue scraper and jogging visor, so I feel this is pretty much on target. (You’re like, “Waaaay too early in the morning for the words tongue scraper, lady.”) Remember when people […]

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Slow Cooker Cuban Sliders

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Weeeeeell hello there. I see your dinner and raise you CUBAN SLIDERS. Let me just start by saying two things. Three things. A few things: * There will never be enough articulation in any universe to describe my immortal devotion to these sliders. * Obviously I didn’t invent this recipe, but I did tweak a […]

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Smoked Salmon and Parsley Pesto Sandwiches

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It’s spring! It’s not spring. I’ll tell you what, though. It’s felt like spring for about four straight days. How is it possible that KC has had 60-degree weather in the middle of January? It’s either just a beautifully lucky fluke in the meteorological undulation, orrrr we’re all going to die. So while we try […]

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Open-Faced Vegetable and Prosciutto Melts

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Our garden is already absolutely insane. Just look at this. It might not look like much to the naked eye, but I can assure you, it’s pretty tow up. And oops, in need of weeding. This isn’t even the entire thing! We have little beds along most of the fences. Of tomatoes. Of course. Each […]

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Summer Eats = Plums

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Plums remind me of summer. Specifically, when I was a kiddo and visiting my grandparents in south Arkansas. They always seemed to have plums for some reason. They also had an old white truck that my sister and I would BEG to take rides in through the countryside. We’d ride in the open back bed, […]

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