Chocolate sour cream frosting.

This is the simplest frosting I’ve ever made and it got rave reviews from the household. I didn’t have the full 8 oz. of chocolate chips so I used butterscotch chips for the last 4 oz. Next time we’ll go all chocolate but either way it was yum. Took about 10 minutes to make and most of that was just waiting for the water to boil. Went perfectly on this chocolate cake.

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Peanut butter cookies.

Ahhhh the classic peanut butter cookie, second only to the chocolate chip. As the recipe says these are rich and crumbly. I made these for J to take to her ladies Bible study group and I hear they were a hit. So good with an ice cold glass of milk, obviously.

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Asian style broccoli.

I made this real quick last weekend for Z and me and it came out terrific. Again, very simple and just as tasty. This method cooks the broccoli perfectly and the simple sauce (ohh the garlic) gives it a wonderful rich flavor. It’s touted in the recipes “story/background” as a way to get kids to eat broccoli. Little Z is another one of those kids. As I mention below I made it a second time with other vegetables and it was just as good if not a little better. You must keep in the broccoli though no matter what, thats the rule.

Got tickets to see these guys with these guys next month. Stoked!

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