30 Recipes to Celebrate The 4th of July

The long weekend is coming! This weekend we celebrate U.S. independence. How do we celebrate? With grilled foods of course and, fireworks! I have gathered 30 recipes to help you celebrate The 4th of July right! Dust off those grills and get ready to celebrate! Teriyaki Piña Colada Burger, Oh Sweet Basil Thai Peanut Butter… 

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Ham + Cheese Stuffed Pumpkin Spice French Toast Waffles

**Originally posted October 6, 2013** I’m traveling with the husband and pups so I will be sharing some of my favorite recipes from The Noshery archives this week. These french toast waffles are my FAVORITE! They are incredibly satisfying and a reminder of my childhood. They also make a great breakfast option for your Valentine. This… 

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Eggplant Parmesan Pasta

Eggplant Parmesan Pasta { Gluten Free }

**Originally posted Feburary 5, 2014 – I love this recipe and include it in my regular dinner rotation. It can be made with regular pasta or gluten free pasta. Enjoy!  Why does it always take me so long to get back into the swing of life? Every single time I’ve had the slightest disruption in… 

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Peanut Butter & Pretzel Sandwich Cookies with Chocolate Filling

The big game day is around the corner and with America’s national day of football comes three things food, drinks and depending on how your team fairs joy or stress. I can be a stress eater, and my go to stress food is a cookie. It is just so easy to grab! I thought what… 

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Spicy BBQ Oven Smoked Ribs | Hot and spicy baby back ribs smoked in the oven. Perfect for game day! | TheNoshery.com - @thenoshery

Hot & Spicy BBQ Oven Smoked Ribs

When I think of football I think of friends, fun and the grill. Unfortunately, practically the whole of the United States is freezing, which does not encourage spending time outside grilling. No, worries though, with a little oven smoking you to can have ribs that taste like they just came off the grill. Just add… 

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Pastelon | Layers of ripe sweet plantains, savory meat filling and cheese. | TheNoshery.com - @thenoshery

Pastelón (Sweet Plantain “Lasagna”)

There are a lot of dishes that make me think of home, but, there is not doubt that my favorite is Pastelón. It’s one of those dishes that I don’t get to enjoy often so when I do its a real treat. If you’re not familiar with pastelón, your life is incomplete. It’s basically a lasagna but,… 

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Lemon Chicken and Dumpling Soup | Light lemony broth with tender chicken and herb dumplings. | TheNoshery.com - @thenoshery

Lemon Chicken and Dumplings

The first time I ever had chicken and dumplings I as probably about 11 years old. We were living in Georgia and a friend’s mom had made a big o’ pot of chicken and dumplings. I’ll be honest…I looked at this bowl suspiciously. It was nothing I had ever tried or found remotely familiar. My 11… 

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Brussels Sprouts and Ricotta Toast

Yesterday a miraculous thing happened. It was like a regular day. I woke up, got dressed, walked the dogs and settled in for a busy day. Then as I sat at my table working on some images I notice a bright yellow light streaming through my window. “What could the source of such light be?”,… 

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It’s Been Three Months in Our Tiny House

It’s been roughly three months since we moved into our little camper with the dream to save money and build a home. Many of you have asked how are we doing, how do I cook in such a tiny kitchen or have we frozen to death yet?  I have answers to all those questions and… 

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Roasted Beets and Carrots Salad with Burrata

A deep freeze can really put a person in a deep funk. We’ve been living in our little camper for close to three months now, and this week was the first time that I seriously considered packing up and moving into a hotel room. It was cold! I mean stinking cold, and I had a… 

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Sancocho (Puerto Rican Beef Stew)

It’s crazy cold outside right now. I never thought that when I moved to Texas the temperatures would dip below 25 degrees!   Cold weather like this calls for a warm hearty stew.  Something to warm the soul and fill the belly. Without a doubt my favorite stew is Sancocho, which translates as stew.   In… 

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