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Super Bowl Sunday Sandwiches

By: | 0 Comments | On: February 1, 2015 | Category : Blog, What's for Dinner



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Football, Friends and Fabulous Food

By: | 0 Comments | On: January 21, 2015 | Category : Blog, What's for Dinner


Once again, my husband invited dinner guests over at the last minute to watch some football.  Since I wanted to visit with our friends Carol & Lenny, I chose some simple dishes that I knew were sure to please… and it was no surprise that Ina Garten’s Grilled New Strip... more

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Fast, Flavorful Weeknight Meal

By: | 0 Comments | On: January 20, 2015 | Category : Blog, What's for Dinner


I was in a blunder the other night and had about 30 minutes to make dinner.  Luckily the veggies were already prepped.  I popped a few sweet potatoes in the oven and got cooking.  Since I had not marinated my chicken, I decided sautéing was the best route for efficiency... more

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New Year’s Resolutions

By: | 2 Comments | On: January 13, 2015 | Category : Blog, What's for Dinner


The winter holidays seem like a distant memory and we are back to the grindstone as if the festivities never even happened.  Don’t get stuck in the doldrums of winter’s grey skies and frigid temperatures.  SNAP OUT OF IT!!!…and remember those resolutions. I have resolved to continue to bring you... more

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Gourmet Tuna Steaks in Minutes

By: | 0 Comments | On: January 8, 2015 | Category : Blog, What's for Dinner


Labor Day has passed and school is back in session…in other words the party is over and we’re all getting back to business.  With busier days I always like to rely on my meals that are both quick and delicious.  Grilled Tuna Steaks fit that bill perfectly.  I served this... more

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Healthy Comfort Food

By: | 0 Comments | On: December 5, 2014 | Category : Blog


Winter is here and a hot, hearty (not to be confused with rich or heavy) dinner next to a roaring fire is a perfect way to end your day.  It’s also cold and flu season, so it’s essential that we eat tons of fruits and veggies to support our immune... more

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Soups for Cold November Nights

By: | 0 Comments | On: November 20, 2014 | Category : Blog


Soup is incredibly soothing on a cold November night, and corn chowder is a perfect way to start your Thanksgiving meal.  Below are two different corn chowder recipes which are equally delightful.   Sara Foster’s Corn & Roasted Red Pepper Chowder has a rich potato base with a smokey flavor... more

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Grilled Turkey Breast

By: | 0 Comments | On: November 18, 2014 | Category : Blog, What's for Dinner


After brining the turkey overnight, I used the same approach as Garlic & Rosemary Grilled Chicken recipe for grilling the turkey breast.  The BIG difference is that the cook time is MUCH longer.  I grilled the turkey breast for about 1 1/2 hours over medium-high heat (300-350 degrees F). Once the internal temperature... more

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Let’s Talk Turkey Brining

By: | 1 Comment | On: November 16, 2014 | Category : Blog, What's for Dinner


Thanksgiving is less than two weeks away, so it’s time to start thinking about your turkey dinner. I will be posting several times over the next week with various recipes for you to gobble up with your friends and family. First thing’s first…you need to brine your turkey. I like... more

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GF Week Night Meal in the Oven

By: | 0 Comments | On: November 1, 2014 | Category : Blog, What's for Dinner


This gluten-free meal is simple, and you can bake it all in the oven at once in about an hour.  Grilled Rainbow Trout (in the oven this time), Baked Acorn Squash with Brown Sugar and Crispy Parmesan Kale.  On a cool fall night, this is truly a comfort meal that is... more

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