• About Annika Karr

    I have loved to eat and play in the kitchen since as far back as I can remember. I have definitely evolved from trying and testing more complicated recipes to keeping things simple. That’s a big theme these days, and for good reason. Our lives are busy and when it comes down to it, complicated food seems to create more stress than it’s worth. On an everyday basis, I need to be able to make and eat simple, good food. Happy cooking!

    Simple Beef Stew

    by  • February 20, 2011 • Recipes • 0 Comments

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    Truth be told, we’re not eating a whole lot of beef these days. Not for health reasons or anything, just not as into it as we used to be. But we still find beef stew in all it’s various incarnations can be quite irresistible. The idea for this came from my favorite food magazine,...

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    Chocolate Hazelnut Ganache Tart

    by  • February 11, 2011 • Recipes

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    This recipe is based on one from the December 2004 issue of Gourmet magazine, called Chocolate Hazelnut Tart. I have changed things a little bit, but think the original recipe is also very good. They use a graham cracker crust which I love. But I wanted to make this all about nuts and chocolate,...

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    Basic Tomato Sauce

    by  • February 8, 2011 • Recipes

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    I’ve got a thing for tomatoes. Can you tell? There are lots and lots of examples of insipid tomatoes out and about this time of year. But when I absolutely MUST have them…..NOW….I’ll have some cherry or grape tomatoes to satisfy my craving. Of course, that means that they’re not local, and certainly not...

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    How to Check and Spy on Snapchat

    by  • February 4, 2011 • uncategorized • 0 Comments

    Strategies for using Snapchat Hack software To employ snaphack Software you will need to firstly get into the username with the accounts you must be hacked, then opt for functionality that you want to make usage of, in area bellow we are going to clarify what every single capability signifies at length. As soon...

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    Onion Dip

    by  • February 2, 2011 • Recipes

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    Who doesn’t love chips and dip?! So good and good for you! Okay, okay, not particularly good for you. But hey, everything in moderation, right? I think the first time I ever had onion dip was at a sleepover at my friend Cynthia’s house. It was made with the soup mix and sour cream...

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    Mexico!

    by  • January 20, 2011 • Recipes • 0 Comments

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            Can you tell I’m making up for lost time today??? Yes, I was a serious slacker blogger this past month. And a half. In October we went to Bucerias, which is just north of Puerto Vallarta, in Mexico.             We had lots of fun exploring and trying...

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    Crispy Kale Chips

    by  • January 15, 2011 • Recipes

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    Ahhhh, kale. It has spent years as the kinda lame garnish on salad bars nationwide. OR in those super healthy soups that taste like…yuck. There are actually numerous varieties of kale out there and I have to admit, I love them all! They’re fantastic simply sauteed in olive oil with some garlic, lemon juice,...

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    Buttermilk Pancakes

    by  • January 13, 2011 • Recipes

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    Years ago when I was working for a local bakery doing R & D work, I had the good fortune of having lunch with a lovely lady; Marion Cunningham. She’s a real gem in the food and recipe writing world. In fact, she wrote “The Fannie Farmer Baking Book” AND the revised edition of...

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