Baked Lemon Pepper Chicken

Baked Lemon Pepper Chicken | Sarcastic Cooking

Dear Andy, Let me start off by saying that I love you. That is the most important thing to remember as you read the rest of this testimonial. I am sorry that only a few moments ago, I shoved you off to your Dad and grunted, “You take him!” You are driving me to take […]

California Vegetable Sandwich

California Veggie Sandwich | Sarcastic Cooking

I feel bad even calling this a recipe. It is more of an artistic representation of sandwich ingredients. You know, because they call Subway workers “Sandwich Artists.” If Subway workers can be artists, why can’t I? In high school, back in the dark ages of my existence, aka the vegetarian years, my Mom would make me […]

A Cedar Spoon – Thai Turkey Lettuce Wraps

Thai Turkey Lettuce Wraps

Hey my lovely readers! I have a treat for you! Every Friday for the months of December and January, I will be featuring guest posts from some of my amazing food blog friends. You really didn’t think I would leave you hangry and lonely with no new recipes while I am busy preparing for baby […]

Baked Bruschetta Chicken

Baked Bruschetta Chicken - sarcastic cooking

I know that summer is over and that tomatoes aren’t at their best right now, but I eat tomatoes year-round and am none the wiser of the differences. I seriously eat something with tomatoes almost every single day.

Lazy Turkey Cabbage Rolls

Lazy Turkey Cabbage Rolls (gluten-free, crockpot recipe) | Sarcastic Cooking

Back when I first started this site, I shared with you my prized recipe for my Grandfather’s Cabbage Rolls. I taught you some valuable Polish words like Dziadzia (jah-jah), which means grandpa, and Gołąbki (ga-whump-ki), which is the traditional Polish cabbage roll. Speaking about my Dziadzia is always bittersweet. It has been about five years […]

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