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July 4th Red, White & Blue Salad

By: | 0 Comments | On: July 1, 2017 | Category : Blog, What's for Dinner


Need a quick, healthy salad recipe for your July 4th BBQ? This Kohlrabi Salad can be made in under 30 minutes.  It is refreshingly light and flavorful. You will be the stars and stripes of the party with this dish! more

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Are those Kale trees?

By: | 0 Comments | On: September 6, 2016 | Category : Blog, What's for Dinner


Another glorious summer has come and gone and the PK Garden proved to be a HUGE success!  The kale stalks are taller than me and full of large, curly leaves.  This superfluous amount of nature’s top superfood can be used in sauces, salads, roasted chips, soups or even green smoothies.... more

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Stars In The Kitchen

By: | 0 Comments | On: May 22, 2016 | Category : Blog, Classes, What's for Dinner


It was a fun day of cooking for 2nd & 4th grade students with both Chef Julie from Kids Cook To Care and Chef Nicole of Putzel Kitchen. These junior chefs mixed up an Eggless Caesar Salad, rolled out Homemade Egg Pasta and got saucy with Marinara. If you are interested in cooking up... more

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Fire Up the Grill for Steak Night

By: | 0 Comments | On: May 20, 2016 | Category : Blog, What's for Dinner


The forecast calls for a beautiful weekend, so get ready to fire up the grill for steak night! I love this Grilled NY Strip Steak Recipe to season the meat.  Finish it with a slice of simple, herbed butter which takes minutes to make, but gives it a restaurant quality flavor.... more

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Gourmet Dinner in Less Than An Hour

By: | 0 Comments | On: February 28, 2016 | Category : Blog, What's for Dinner


Cheers to Big Sky and a great girls ski weekend! After a great day on the slopes, we were happy to kick back and eat dinner at home.  With limited ingredients and some improvisation, we whipped together a delicious meal. If you don’t have all of the required ingredients or... more

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Tired of the same old dinner?…mix up the flavor profile

By: | 0 Comments | On: January 26, 2016 | Category : Blog, What's for Dinner

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We’ve been replenishing and warming up with lots of oven roasted meats, veggies and soups in my house this winter.  It’s time to shake it up a little by changing the flavor profile a bit.  Tonight’s menu: Chicken Curry served with Coconut Lime Rice, Asian Salad with Peanut Butter Dressing, and Curried Cauliflower... more

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Protein Packed Nut Butter Treats

By: | 0 Comments | On: January 16, 2016 | Category : Blog, What's for Dinner

Admittedly, I don’t even consider getting into the car to shuttle my kiddos to school without a cup of coffee…BUT some mornings there just isn’t enough time to sit at the table for a proper breakfast. That being said, the idea of a muffin just doesn’t cut the mustard to start my engine... more

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Winter Warm Up Luncheon

By: | 0 Comments | On: January 10, 2016 | Category : Blog, What's for Dinner


The winter chill is in the air, and Sundays are ideal for warming up by the fire and slurping hot soup.  And, what’s better than doing that good friends? Jen and Gloria joined me for a delicious lunch of Tomato Dill Soup   Arugula Salad with dates and avocado (click here for... more

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Yogurt Bowls

By: | 0 Comments | On: October 14, 2015 | Category : Blog, What's for Dinner

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Lately I’ve been enjoying savory greek yogurt dishes for a quick breakfast or lunch.  These bowls are filled with vibrant colors and flavors, but only take minutes to prepare.  Try a Pesto Yogurt Salad or Avocado Berry Bowl next time you are in a pinch for time.  This travels well too if... more

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From Garden to Plate

By: | 0 Comments | On: September 28, 2015 | Category : Blog, What's for Dinner


My summer was a major distraction from the blog, and several readers mentioned that I’d gone quiet.  My son became a bar mitzvah over the weekend and my life is mine again.  In other words: I’m back! This summer we planted a beautiful vegetable garden in our backyard and it has been a fruitful... more

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