Healthy Lemon Chicken Saltimbocca with Massaged Kale Salad

Chicken Saltimbocca with Massaged Kale Salad

I made this for Lunchner, that weird time between lunch and dinner.  It happens mostly on the weekends.  You know because you sleep in on the weekend and have brunch.  It makes sense that if you have brunch you then have lunchner.  Right? Don’t give me that look!  Lunchner is a real thing.  I know… 

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Rustic Beef, Mushroom and Farro Soup with Homemade Beef Stock

Rustic Beef & Mushroom Farro Soup - TheNoshery.com

Tis the season for hearty yummy soups!  With the cold weather rolling in it’s the perfect time to curl up with a big bowl of hot hearty soup and a side of crusty bread. This weekend OB and I checked out the Dallas Farmer’s Market in downtown Dallas.  It’s HUGH!  A big change from the… 

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Wild Rice and Quinoa Salad with Mushrooms, Cranberries and Pecans

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It was the middle of  winter and the alerts of a tornado watch popped up on my phone.  I looked out the window and saw a curtain of rain pouring down.  We needed the rain, but I could have done without the tornado watch.   It was 5:00 pm and I needed to start thinking… 

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Roasted Butternut Squash & Sage Soup

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This is Mrs. Butternut, she is the cousin twice removed of Mr. Potato head. I gave her a minute to put her face on.  She doesn’t like to be seen out in public looking so disheveled.  I am sure most ladies can relate. Fabulous!  Love the tiara and that shade of lipstick! She gets her time… 

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Zucchini & Summer Squash Ribbon Salad

If you didn’t get the memo it’s summer. Just thought I would let you know, in case you have been under a rock for the past few months or living in Antarctica. Don’t get me wrong I know that “technically” Antarctica has summers, but I believe it is safe to assume that even during the… 

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Sopón de Patitas de Cerdo con Garbanzos (Trotters and Garbanzo Bean Stew)

Growing up as a military brat I lived in many different places, but my mother always did her best to keep the food authentic in our home.   No matter where we lived when you walk through the doors of our house you spoke Spanish and it was likely that rice and beans were going… 

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