Wiener Schnitzel

by Linda Capeloto Sendowski on January 4, 2012

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Tonight I finally made it back into my kitchen.  After being away from home for two weeks, it takes a lot of effort to restock the refrigerator and pantry.  Whenever I begin to cook, it is my goal to accomplish [click to continue…]


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Veal Chops With Chanterelle

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