Pistachio and Cranberry Salted Chocolate Bark | TheNoshery.com

Pistachio and Cranberry Salted Chocolate Bark

Sometimes a girl just needs a sheet pan full of dark chocolate. You know what I mean? It’s been a long crazy day; you’ve been on your feet most of the day, and you feel completely zapped of all energy. A sheet pan of dark chocolate filled with salty nuts and tart cranberries sometimes can… 

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Dulce De Leche Thumbprint Cookies - TheNoshery.com

Coconut Dulce de Leche Thumbprint Cookies

It was late on a Sunday and I really wanted cookies. It’s was an overwhelming feeling of “need cookie now”! When in the throws of a cookie emergency I first think of chocolate chip cookies. But, to my disappointment I found no chocolate chips or chocolate bars to chop for chocolate chunks in the pantry. What I… 

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labor day

15 Labor Day Recipes

  It’s Labor Day weekend. The last official day of Summer! I thought I would quickly pull together some fun and tasty recipes for your Labor Day weekend. I got a little bit of everything grilled meats, ribs, burgers, sides, appetizers and dessert. So, if you have been invited to a Labor Day BBQ and… 

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Five Spice Chicken with Vermicelli Noodle Salad - TheNoshery.com

Five Spice Chicken with Vermicelli Noodle Salad

The lazy days of summer are coming to an end. Soon many will return to the hustle and bustle of school, work, activities and whatever else life decides to throw at you.  It gets crazy and to top it all off you still need to feed your family. Good news is that making something quick… 

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Pastelillos de Carne

Pastelillos de Carne (Puerto Rican Meat Turnovers)

You may be looking at these little treats and think, OH! Empanadas! but they are not empanadas they are pastelillos (pas-te-lee-joes). Take that confused look off your face and allow me to explain. In Puerto Rico what you may call empanadas we call empanadillas, because empanadas normally references something that is breaded and fried, think… 

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Back to School Fruit Cocktail - TheNoshery.com

Getting Ready for Back to School

It’s that time of year again. Summer is coming to a close, and a lot of you are getting ready to go back to school. I was one of those dorky kids that loved to go back-to-school shopping with my Mom. It meant new clothes, shoes, backpack, haircut, school supplies (Lisa Frank anyone?) and snacks!… 

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Roasted Red Pepper & Olive Fougasse - TheNoshery.com

Roasted Red Pepper & Olive Fougasse

*Links are Amazon Affiliate links and I receive a small commission if purchased through link.  The other day I went for a run on a hiking trail. While I was blissfully jogging on the trail listening to my audio book a rock suddenly popped up. I gracefully stumbled, fell on my knee, landed on my right shoulder and slid down… 

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Risotto Criollo (Ripe Plantains and Steak)

When I was visiting my parents in Puerto Rico back in May they took me to this a restaurant that made a risotto with sweet plantains and steak. It was amazing and I vowed to try and recreate it when I got back home. It took me a little while, but I finally got around… 

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Cherry and Almond Buttermilk Coffee Cake - TheNoshery.com

Cherry Almond Buttermilk Coffee Cake

This post is sponsored by Pompeian. All opinions remain my own.  I know, you’re probably thinking cherries again?  What can I say? I go through phases sometimes when it comes to food or ingredients.  I didn’t even realize that this was my third cherry recipe in a row until just now. I promise not more… 

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Cherry & Fig Roasted Steak

Grilled Skirt Steak with Roasted Cherries & Figs

Sweet and tart roasted summer fruits over marinaded and grilled skirt steak, topped with crispy onions. When you think of Summer dishes you think them made up of brightly colored fruits and vegetables come, but Summer also has some rich dark fruits like cherries and figs. August is the month when the seasons of these two fruits overlap. I know!… 

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Blueberry Ginger Jam

Blueberry Ginger Jam

I got my hands on a crap-ton of blueberries. What does one do with a crap-ton of blueberries? Jam of course!  Full disclosure I have never jammed before, with fruit or musical instruments for that matter. And, trust me you wouldn’t want me to jam with a musical instrument it’s better that I stick with fruit… 

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