Monthly archive for October2011

Homemade Chicken & Dumpling Stew

Somehow within the last week, it seems we have gone from beautiful fall weather directly into winter with all of this talk about snow hitting the DC region already. Hard to believe! So, what better way to spend your weekend than within the toasty confines…

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Chef Spotlight: Melissa Anne Glover

Every so often within your circle of friends, you uncover that you are in the presence of a bright and shining star that you had yet to uncover. Melissa Anne Glover is one of those people to me. Last year I whisked off to the…

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Addie’s Second Annual Oyster Roast

Fun event alert! Join the fine folks at Addie’s Restaurant and finish out the month of October in style…and with good karma. For the second year, Addie’s is calling all Oyster lovers to come share a day of fun and, well, eating…a lot! For those…

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Delectabelle Takes on ‘Taste of Success DC’

I can’t believe it is already late afternoon on Tuesday! Where on earth does the time go? It has been almost a week already since I attended Taste of Success DC. Thanks to a pair of gratis tickets, I was able to “sneak” my way…

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brunch reTREAT recipe: Ham, Broccoli and Cheese Strata

As the great sage R-Kelly once imparted on us in his infinite wisdom…”It’s the freakin’ weekend and Im’ma ’bout to have me some fun.” So get the Cristal poppin’ and fire up the stretch Navigators and head on out to the grocery store to pick…

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Fresh Sage Butter Sauce

As mentioned in a recent post for Chicken, Spinach and Gnocchi Soup, a great alternative for preparing your fresh gnocchi, a traditional, Italian pasta made from potatoes, is to serve it up drizzled in a warm sage butter sauce. This sauce is equally as good…

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Hearty Chicken, Spinach & Gnocchi Soup

Dagnabit…that seductress, otherwise known as the potato, has struck again. Only this time, she turned up on the arm of her good friend soup…an irresistible couple they are, indeed. So, as promised, I am slowly cultivating the soup recipe selection here on Delectabelle with the…

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Who Needs a Jack-O-Lantern? Meet Jacques.

So, I have to give credit on this discovery to my friend and fellow blogger French Twist DC, but this event sounds like so much fun that I needed to share the wealth. We all know Halloween is approaching quickly, and I have my plan…

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Low-Sugar Chocolate Thumbprint Cookies

So, I realize that a lot of my recipes are in the style of Paula Deen, or the late, great Julia Child, full of all of the tasty, heart-attack inducing ingredients that we all love, such as butter and sugar. But alas, my good friend…

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Fresh Cream of Asparagus Soup

So, it’s getting to be that time of year again when I crack out the old soup cookbooks and post tabs on the select recipes that I plan to try during the hibernation months. This is a great little recipe, and since I seem to…

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