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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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Peanut Butter, Honey & Banana Stuffed Almond Crusted French Toast

Peanut Butter, Banana & Honey Stuffed Almond Crusted French Toast

Weeknights can be crazy sometimes they can be downright insane. Many times after a full days work, be it in the office or attempting to clean the house while keeping little ones busy, it’s hard to find that final push to make dinner. All of us are looking for ways to make life easier and… 

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Coconut & Green Tea Ice Cream

Coconut & Green Tea Ice Cream

Ice cream is awesome! Homemade ice cream is awesomer! Yes, homemade ice cream can be somewhat time-consuming, but allow me to explain why it’s worth the effort and awesomer than store-bought ice cream. (I am fully aware that “awesomer” is technically not a word.) Creaminess to the max! Peanut butter swirl with pickles? Ok! Because you… 

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Sweet Pea Pesto & Gnocchi

Sweet Pea 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 literally wasting away watching 40-year-old woman drama, cat fights and extravagant spending. It had become a problem, so I petitioned… 

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Spicy Chicken with Pickled Plum Salad

Sriracha Glazed Chicken with Pickled Plum Salad

  Notice anything different? I’ll give you a minute to figure it out. If you haven’t figured it out yet you and my husband should meet. I could paint a wall bright purple and it would take him a week to notice.  And, no I don’t think I am exaggerating. In addition to moving servers… 

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Grapefruit, Avocado and Crab Salad

Grapefruit, Avocado and Lump Crab Salad with Cilantro Lime Vinaigrette & Coconut Chips

Spring is springing or trying to spring under a layer of snow in some parts. I sorry for those of you who still have snow on the ground and I am really, really sorry for those of you who just got more snow on the ground. But, don’t worry I got your back. Maybe spring… 

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Elvis Blondies

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

You may be thinking, “Hey! didn’t you already post these?” or “I saw these, but when I went to get the recipe your site disappeared!” It’s been a little bit of a crazy week over here.  Thanks you all of you awesome people I grew out of the shared server I was on and had… 

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Civil War: Lamb Stew

Civil War Recipes: Irish Stew

Slowly but surely I am still working my way through my Civil War Recipes cookbook.  This time I thought I give something savory a go.  This recipe reads super easy, but it goes against everything I want to do when making stew.    Normally when I make a stew or anything that is braised in… 

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Meyer Lemon Olive Oil Cake

Meyer Lemon Olive Oil Pound Cake

Have you ever had a bite of cake that makes you moan with joy and satisfaction?  I know you know what I am talking about.  That one bite that throws open its arms of dessert love beckoning to eat more. Telling you that you can’t stop with just one bite, you have to have it… 

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Naan with Curry Butter and Dips

Naan Bread with Curry Butter, Yogurt Dip and Spicy Hummus

I have a love hate relationship with daylight saving time.  I love the extra hour of sunlight, but I hate loosing an hour of sleep and the week it seems to take for my body to get back in time. Even though I really wanted to sleep in I got my tail out of bed… 

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Puerto Rican Fried Rice

Puerto Rican “Fried Rice”

There is just two of us in our little house, which results in a lot of leftovers sometimes.  Especially when it comes to rice. We like rice, no we love rice.  Rice is to Puerto Ricans what potatoes are to Americans. Growing up in a Puerto Rican home the standard meal was rice, beans and… 

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