• Chicken Mirabella

    October 26, 2018thetipsyhousewife

    My cousin made this for us the very first time and when she told us what was in it we were very hesitant to eat it. This Chicken Mirabella is a sweet and savory chicken dish that has olives AND prunes. Trust me, I know this sounds weird. But the flavors of this dish are one that you will not soon forget. It is perfect all on its own and even better with some crispy oven roasted potatoes. Here is what you will need to make the Chicken Mirabella: Ingredients 3 Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breasts, I cut mine into smaller,…

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  • Broccoli Cheese Casserole

    October 25, 2018thetipsyhousewife

    A lot of my recipe inspiration comes from my family. I have been blessed with a large family and our holidays are filled with food traditions and memories. One of my many Aunt’s, makes some of my favorite dishes. We call her Boo Boo Barb and some of you may be familiar with her Spaghetti Sauce. The Boo Boo Barb Spaghetti Sauce is one of my most popular recipes on the blog. Another recipe she makes that is a family favorite, is her Broccoli Cheese Casserole. It is practically the only way I will eat broccoli. This Broccoli Cheese Casserole…

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  • Taco Pie

    October 24, 2018thetipsyhousewife

    Food brings comfort to many in difficult situations. It helps people who are suffering by nourishing them and taking a chore off their list when just breathing seems impossible. It helps people who know friends and family that are suffering by giving them something to do in order to try and bring comfort to people they care about in an uncomfortable situation. Recent events in my own life had me thinking and are the reason for this Taco Pie recipe. It seemed like a comforting recipe that was simple, inexpensive, easy to heat up and something that would keep well…

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  • Oven Bbq Ribs

    September 21, 2018thetipsyhousewife

    Fair warning, these Oven Bbq Ribs are not your typical grilled or smoked ribs. These Oven Bbq Ribs are made inside the house,  in the oven. They are just as, if not more, delicious than anything coming from the grill or smoker. These Oven Bbq Ribs are one of the first things my Mom, Original Tipsy, taught me to cook. I made these Oven Bbq Ribs for my high school boyfriend when we were about sixteen years old and after he got a taste it was hard to shake him even years later. These Oven Bbq Ribs are THAT good.…

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  • Ramen Noodle Salad

    September 14, 2018thetipsyhousewife

    Ramen Noodle Salad is perfect for a side dish, lunch or add a protein for a delicious dinner!

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  • The Way To A Persons Heart

    February 13, 2018thetipsyhousewife

    Every couple has a love story of how they met and fell in love.  Mr. Tipsy and I have a story and it is of course centered around food.  I knew Mr. Tipsy through a mutual friend who liked him.  She knew that I was a good cook and she knew he loved to eat so she came up with the (not so) brilliant idea to have him and his friend over to my apartment where I would prepare a meal for the four of us.  Let’s just say he enjoyed that meal so much, that he hasn’t left, going…

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  • Tipsy’s Top 5 Ways To “Buffet”

    December 21, 2017thetipsyhousewife

    The holidays are HARD! So many parties so little time. I’m the kind of person who has this elaborate vision for how things should look at my events. I used to end up feeling overwhelmed, stressed out and sometimes even angry when I would try to execute my vision for these perfectly staged get togethers. Several years ago I decided to let go of that perfect visual and find ways to actually have fun at my own parties while still making them special. One of the ways I achieved this new Zen Like Tipsy was by incorporating the Buffet into…

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  • Three Ways To “Dumpling Up” For The Holidays

    December 20, 2017thetipsyhousewife

    The holidays can be a stressful time for all of us.  I for one have FIVE, yes FIVE, Holiday parties to cook for in the week before Christmas alone.  Not to mention all the fun, yet taxing events leading up to Christmas and New Years.  As a food blogger, there is even more pressure to WOW the guests. I try to come up with easy, versatile recipes that I can bring to parties that also don’t break the bank.  Cooking can be expensive!  As I began to work on my Holiday menu, I was gifted an amazing treasure! Chateau Foods…

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