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Pineapple Upside Down French Toast

This recipe is easy and you can use any fruit in season…blueberries, strawberries, cherries, apples, bananas. Ingredients: 1/2 stick (1/4 cup) unsalted butter 1/4 cup firmly packed dark brown sugar 10 oz. well-drained, canned crushed pineapple in juice, reserve 1/4 cup juice 2 large eggs 1 cup milk 1/4 c. half and half (cream or Read the Rest…

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Pig Roast

Early am, the pig has just been placed on the BBQ and some adjustments to torque are needed. First light of day and the pig is coming on well. The glory of the pig – mid-roasting. Check out the ingenuity of the auto-turning device – designed by my pig-roasting friends. Happy, successful, pig-roasters! Thanks for Read the Rest…

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Lunch At Morans At The Weir

You’d have to be a very dippy travel writer to have lunch at a great little restaurant and completely forget to take a single photo of the excellent seafood served. Very dippy. So I guess I am. Or maybe it was because when we detoured to stop at Morans At The Weir in Kilcolgan on Read the Rest…

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Dinner At Renvyle House Hotel

Appetizers: Goat Cheese and Seafood Chowder. Main Courses: Irish Lamb and Grilled Turbot Dessert: Irish Cheese Plate and Raspberry Pie Like what you’ve read and interested in reading more? Subscribe to the WanderMom rss feed, follow me on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook. Information on traveling to Ireland with kids. Related Posts [catlist Read the Rest…

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Irish Pub Food

Lunch at E.J. Kings in Clifden, Connemara in Ireland. You may have thought that Irish food was all about over-cooked vegetables and mashed potatoes. Well, it’s not. I found this type of meal, with fresh salad, homemade bread and smoked salmon, a standard menu offering in many of the places where we ate during our Read the Rest…

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Globe Trekker Winter Supper Series At Joule

There are many great restaurants in Seattle, but Joule, which is practically on my doorstep is one of my favorites. I particularly like their fixed-price Sunday menus “Winter Supper” and “Summer BBQ”. The theme for this year’s winter supper is food from around the world – so we’ve been eating there pretty regularly 🙂

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British Comfort Food In Seattle

Looking for a tasty British-style pot pie in Seattle? Check out Pies & Pints on 65th Ave NE (a block east of Whole Foods). Pies & Pints is one of our favorite weekend brunch spots with large tables and booths and an all-day breakfast menu that keep our boys happy – while we indulge in Read the Rest…

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