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icelandic style broiled lobster©rhondaadkinsphotography2017

Grillaður huma {broiled lobster)

Easy, easy lobster dish!  And just in time for Valentines Day. Yes I am still exploring the culinary world of Iceland and have spent all of 10 minutes learning some Icelandic words down. I’m now a pro at ja and nei (yes and no), pronounce yow and nay.  To be fair August is a looong way […]

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Icelandic_seasalt_and_rosemary_flatbread©rhondaadkinsphotography2017

Icelandic Sea Salt and Rosemary Flat Bread

Big News!!!! I’m going to Iceland in August.  Like, wow, I mean wow I can’t believe it.  If you’ve been hanging out here for awhile you’ll see that I have been posting a lot or Nordic, and more specifically Icelandic recipes.  I’ve taken a keen interest in my heritage and of course for me that […]

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Turkey Crisp

Leftovers are rarely an issue in this house, not because we eat gobble everything down, we have no problems eating leftovers.  However on big meal days, like Thanksgiving (or when I seem to have no sense of “there’s only two of us”) leftovers can eventually become a put off.  You just loose your taste for […]

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Spaghetti alla Carbonara

This never happens, ever. I got my Secret Recipe Club assignment this month and within 30 seconds I had a recipe picked out. Just.like.that. I was assigned Kate’s Kitchen, as I scrolled down her page I saw this egg yolk nested in spaghetti and the word guanciale jumped out at me. Done. That’s it. That’s […]

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Salted Caramel Fudge www.thekitchenwitchblog.com ©Rhonda Adkins Photography 2013

Salted Caramel Fudge {in 5 minutes}

Follow my blog with Bloglovin It’s amazing how this time of year tempts even the non-sweet maker into a cookie and candy making machine. Actually it’s quite over-whelming at times which is why I love having a few super quick and easy recipes on hand. One of my go to recipes every year is my […]

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