• Ham Glaze

    December 19, 2022thetipsyhousewife

    Ham Glaze This ham glaze is one that I have used for a couple years. I personally never buy a fresh ham, as the amount of work seems intimidating to me. I have bought the Honey Spiral Sliced Ham from Aldi for many years and I always get compliments on it. This ham was around $20 to purchase, It would feed at least 25 people if not more. I do not use the ham glaze packet that comes with, but I make my own which you will find in a full and printable format below. This ham glaze is one…

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  • Duchess Potatoes

    December 18, 2022thetipsyhousewife

    Duchess Potatoes I learned to make Duchess Potatoes years ago when I worked at a questionable banquet hall. The food was delicious, the ownership of the hall was what was questionable, These potatoes are a cross between mashed potatoes and double baked potatoes but MUCH easier to make than double baked potatoes. They look pretty and they are super fun to eat. Duchess Potatoes are also a great way to make something typical look super special without having to spend a lot of money. The full and printable recipe is below I will just share a couple of tips. Piping…

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  • Garlic Bread Steak Bites With Horseradish Cream

    October 31, 2022thetipsyhousewife

    Garlic Bread Steak Bites With Horseradish Cream Garlic Bread Steak Bites With Horseradish Cream is an elevated appetizer that is crazy easy to make. Made with sirloin steak, french bread, butter and simple seasonings you likely have on hand, this appetizer comes together with no stress. These steak bites are perfect for the upcoming holiday season as they offer something special without breaking the bank. The full, printable recipe is below, but I will go over a few tips before the recipe is shared. Garlic Bread I made my garlic bread in the air fryer. I find that these bread…

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  • Easy Eggs Benedict Casserole

    December 4, 2020thetipsyhousewife

    I had an idea for this recipe when my Mister asked me to make Eggs Benedict. After making it for him I started to think about an Easy Eggs Benedict Casserole that I could make ahead of time and throw in the oven when I am enjoying my coffee. I am a night owl so I love anything that I can make at night and that requires the bare minimum in the morning. I thought about how I would make this Easy Eggs Benedict Casserole using minimal,, easily accessible ingredients. It came together easily and was absolutely delicious. I could…

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  • World’s Best Thanksgiving Stuffing

    September 10, 2019thetipsyhousewife

    World’s Best Thanksgiving Stuffing The World’s Best Stuffing recipe is the perfect texture and has a delicious savory flavor profile. Make this recipe with breakfast sausage, onions, celery and mushrooms. You can omit the mushrooms if you choose. You can make this recipe the day before and baked or re-heated when ready to serve. I have even made it two days in advance. Thanksgiving Is For Stuffing In the real world it is really early to be thinking about Thanksgiving stuffing. But in recipe blogger world, in order for me to have google show this recipe when people search for…

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  • Chewy Gingersnap Cookies

    November 22, 2018thetipsyhousewife

    I have been WAITING anxiously for the Holiday season to start. Last week I couldn’t contain my excitement any longer and went ahead and baked what I hope to be is the first of many batches of Christmas Cookies. After perusing Pinterest for Inspiration, I realized I wanted to make Chewy Gingersnap Cookies. There were several recipes that I was drawn to, but I wanted to make it my own.  I added an unusual ingredient that really took these Chewy Gingersnap Cookies to next level status. Read on to see how to make my version of this perfect little cookie.…

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  • The 12 Days of TIPSYmas

    November 27, 2017thetipsyhousewife

    We are all guilty of anticipating the holidays, planning all kinds of fun things and before we know it, they have passed us by and we’ve done nothing to celebrate but rush around trying to get things done.  I decided that this year I was not going to let that happen.  As it is with most holidays, it can also seem like there isn’t a lot of magic in the holidays if you don’t have children to celebrate with. Which is absolutely not true. I have found many ways to make the holidays magical for me, Mr. Tipsy and my…

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