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pasta with wilted tatsoi in a butter-parmesan cheese heaven

I think it has been established that I love pasta?  Well here’s a recipe to knock your socks off with both its simplicity and clean flavors.  Nothing fancy here….this recipe works best with a pasta that has ridges, nooks, or crannies to love and cradle the sauce – I chose something fun and different that […]

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two-cheese and pesto breakfast bruschetta

I needed to change up breakfast a little bit.  Too many mornings with Greek yogurt was just getting old and boring!!  I picked up a loaf of Asiago cheese sourdough bread (which is great just on it’s own!), added pesto, chopped tomatoes, and shredded mozzarella cheese and a quick toast under the broiler – and […]

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garlic mashed potatoes with shiitake mushrooms in a wine-butter reduction

Winter evenings in Florida – on occasion – demand a meal that is homey and comforting.  This is an easy, vegetarian meal that is simple to make but has plenty of layers of flavor.  And there is nothing that smells better that the aroma of wine hitting the skillet, along with garlic and butter.  Oh […]

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Winter Peach and Banana Smoothie

Well, we have entered the land of braces and that’s always a good reason to whip up a smoothie!  I wanted to attempt something a little different (my son is NOT going to go for a green smoothie – I can guarantee that!) and to also include ice cream which I’ve been known to do […]

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Creamed Pearl Onions with Gruyere and Parmesan | Food Photography & Styling Challenge | Cast-Iron Cooking

Hello all and almost Happy New Year!!  Happy to get my act together to participate in this month’s food photography and styling challenge with The Inspired Plate.  Not to mention I also made Christmas dinner #3 tonight for my ex and Alex so that we could celebrate our first Christmas post-divorce with dignity and family […]

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