• Polish Stir Fry

    September 21, 2019thetipsyhousewife

    I feel like I am going to get a lot of comments about this recipe because it is not an authentic Polish recipe. If you feel the need to comment please note that I am already coming clean that this Polish Stir Fry is NOT AN AUTHENTIC POLISH RECIPE. Now that we have that clear let me tell you that this Polish Stir Fry is authentically delicious. Not only is it tasty, it is easy and perfect for cozy weather and busy weeknight dinners. This is one of Mr. Tipsy’s most favorite recipes and I love making it because it…

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  • World’s Best Thanksgiving Stuffing

    September 10, 2019thetipsyhousewife

    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 Thanksgiving recipes come November, I have to post this now. So please bear with me. I live in Chicago but just came home from a long stay at my Mom’s home in Michigan where it was in the low 40’s and high 30’s some nights. I was in a Fall frame of mind when I was there and made this stuffing. If you have followed me for…

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  • Candied Butternut Squash Slices

    September 22, 2018thetipsyhousewife

    There are very few recipes of mine that Original Tipsy has asked ME for over the years. But these Candied Butternut Squash Slices are one of the recipes I made for her and she loved so much she asked me to share the recipe with her. I remember the first time I made these Candied Butternut Squash Slices was for a Fall cheese tasting I was hosting at the lake house. I had been inspired by a Butternut Squash recipe I saw in a magazine and added my own twist. The one thing I recommend for making these Candied Butternut…

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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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