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Tortilla Espanola

You may not be aware, but I have a fascination with Spain! On my bedside table….err shelf, sits a Lonely Planet Travel guide for Spain. It has been highlighted and flagged to death. I have flagged almost every site I dream of seeing and every restaurant I want to eat. I have also made it… 

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23 Memorial Day Recipes

Sorry, I’ve been MIA for a bit it’s been a little crazy! Not crazy like normal life stuff. It’s crazy weather and tech stuff. For the last two weeks, we have been under threat of either severe thunderstorms, flooding or tornadoes watches. It’s been fun! Especially when living in a camper. Thank goodness the only… 

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Elvis Blondies

Elvis Blondies : Peanut Butter, Banana, Bacon and Chocolate Blondies

  As of late I have been obsessed with the combination of peanut butter and chocolate. Like, completely obsessed! Peanut butter swirl ice cream with mini peanut butter cups. Chocolate cake with peanut butter frosting Nutella and peanut butter sandwich. Chocolate whoopie pie with peanut butter filling. Heck, spoons of peanut butter dipped in chocolate… 

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30 Mother’s Day Brunch Recipes

Mother’s Day is just around the corner and you maybe stressing about what to make for your beloved Mama. No worries because I have scoured the internet for some of my favorite brunch recipe from amazing bloggers in all corners of the internet.  I’ve even included some of my most popular brunch recipes. Some are… 

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Bread Pudding Blueberry Waffles with Lemon Curd and Vanilla Bean Ricotta | TheNoshery.com - @TheNoshery

Bread Pudding Blueberry Waffles

When I obsess about a recipe, it can get a little out of control. For several days, I contemplated a fun and easy recipe that the family can make for Mom on mother’s day. I debated if should I make pancakes, french toast or an egg dish? The thoughts consumed me! Yesterday was the worst!… 

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Sweet Pea Pesto & Gnocchi

Sweet Peas Pesto & Pancetta Gnocchi

Over a year ago we cut the cable.  I found myself spending way too many hours watching The Real Housewives, both new episodes and rerun marathons of episodes I had already seen.  I was wasting away watching 40-year-old woman drama, cat fights and extravagant spending. It had become a problem, so I petitioned to cut… 

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Pork Rillette | A easy to make pork pate. | TheNoshery.com - @TheNoshery

Pork Rillettes

Many of you know my love for pork. It borders on obsessive. If I were asked to choose one protein to eat for the rest of my life, it would be pork. I mean, my birthday present this year was to roast a whole pig. I am certifiably pork obsessed. While perusing recipes, another thing… 

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Avery Island in Pictures

Last week, I was privileged to visit the Tabasco factory in Avery Island, Louisiana. Nine other bloggers and I were given a behind-the-scenes tour of Tabasco’s impressive operation. Tabasco and the McIhenny family have a deep history and not just in Tabasco sauce but in U.S. history as well. Their operations have evolved with the passing… 

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Whiskey Smash | TheNoshery.com - @TheNoshery

Whiskey Smash

About a month ago I traveled with Obed to Chattanooga. He had to work, and the pups, and I decided to tag alone. After a week in Chattanooga, I feel in love. It’s small but not too small, and they have great hiking and a fun food scene. I know I’m from a Caribbean island but… 

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Whole Pig Roast (Lechón Asado)

Several weeks ago Obed asked me what I wanted for my birthday. And, I gave the typical answer that any girl would give, “I want to roast a whole pig!” When I was about ten my family, and I went to Florida for Christmas. We spent many Christmases in Florida with extended family. But, this… 

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Brûlée Grapefruit

Grapefruit Brûlée with Honey Ginger Cream

There is something about spring that makes me yearn for simplicity and ease. It’s the time of year when grass grows bright and green again, and flowers push their way through the soil.  I am especially jumping for joy because with spring our tiny home gets bigger. Our days are now spent sitting outside, drinking coffee… 

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