Red Goddess Grilled Flank Steak Recipe

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At the end of a meal, when I’m faced with a serving platter with a few bits of steak left, and some crazy delicious sauce still remaining along its surface, I find it nearly impossible to get into the kitchen before I go at it.  (Which I only do if there are guests — otherwise, […]

Mango-Avocado Salad with Panela Croutons and Chipotle Crema Mexicana

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This is a sponsored post by Cacique Inc. and Society Culinaria.  And as always, all opinions are my own. When you cut Cacique’s Panela cheese and fry it over high heat in a bit of oil, you can sear it — just as you would steak.  No joke! Rather than melt into a sauce, the […]

Matzo Brei à la Florentine Recipe

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I know, I know — could there be a more confusing recipe title?  There’s a lot going on here.  Let me (try) to explain . . . Matzo Brei is dish with Ashkenazi Jewish origins that’s traditionally made with matzo and eggs.  (Think scrambled eggs meet French toast.)  It’s commonly eaten during Passover when only […]

Spring Asparagus Grilled Cheese + 8 Favorite Asparagus Recipes

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It’s cute, crazy delicious and they sing springtime.  What more could you want in a grilled cheese sandwich!?  This is one of a few Easter recipes I wrote for Momtastic.  You can get the recipe and see it featured here.  Enjoy! Below are a few more of my favorite asparagus recipes — all of which […]

Light Spring & Summer Fish Stew Recipe

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So it’s not quite summer, I know.  However, while this recipe is delicious now, it will be even better in the summer months when the corn and tomatoes are are at the peak of their season. Full of mild, flaky and buttery fish, sweet and sightly crunchy corn, bright green spring asparagus, tomatoes and smoky […]

Chorizo Enchilado Melt

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This is a sponsored post by Cacique Inc. and Society Culinaria.  As always, all opinions are my own. My work can’t get much better than tasting my way through all of the delicious Cacique products.  I have been loving creating recipes with them!  And this recipe combines two of my favorites: beef chorizo and Enchilado […]

The Vegetarian Flavor Bible Giveaway & Garlic-Tarragon Beet Soup Recipe {GIVEAWAY CLOSED}

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I’d love for you to take your time, but if  you want to jump to the bottom of the post to enter this awesome book giveaway and/or get the delicious recipe, I won’t be offended. ;-)  This is not a sponsored posts and as always, all opinions are my own. Just like you can turn […]

Creamy Caramelized Parsnip Soup Recipe with Baby Parsnip French Fries

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I know that life is super busy and that it’s often hard to slow down, which is one of the many reasons I so appreciate you being here.  And now, if you can squeeze in just an extra moment for me — well, for this soup — take a good look at the image above.  […]

Shredded Chicken Cobb Salad Recipe with Citrus Vinaigrette

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Brunoise, chiffonade, mince, rough chop, large dice, thin slices, and grated — these are just a few of the many ways foods can be cut before they are added to recipes.  And the entire vibe of a dish can depend on how the ingredients are cut.  The size and shape of each ingredient can be […]

Cajun Spiced Shrimp with Citrus-Cucumber Salsa

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Have you ever bitten into something and you absolutely, positively couldn’t help but moan a little? You already know about my obsession with Cara Cara’s, so you won’t be surprised when I tell you this recipe evolved from there.  (If you don’t know about this current citrus obsession of mine, you can read about it […]

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