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slow-cooker korean short ribs and a giveaway of “dinner: the playbook”

Earlier this summer, I was selected as one of the 50 blogger-participants for author and blogger Jenny Rosenstrach’s recipe challenge/recipe review for her latest book, Dinner:  The Playbook which is the follow-up to her immensely popular first cookbook, “Dinner:  A Love Story”  – also the name of her equally popular blog.  Her latest book includes a detailed, 30-day […]

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Edamame, Hearts of Palm, and Feta Salad (aka The Salad Bar Salad)

You don’t always have to use leafy greens when making a salad…….let’s try something else to mix up the salad bar (or home) salad experience!! I concocted this salad from our Sarasota Whole Foods salad bar……and the combination of flavors was so incredible that I totally needed to share with you.  And you don’t need […]

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lemony mediterranean escarole soup

  Sometimes you just need a soup that fills you up and that can be classified as a meal on its own.  This soup definitely fits the bill!  I like to use potatoes and pasta together every so often in soup…and in this case, both are nicely balanced by the escarole which is one of […]

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spaghetti squash pomodoro

Hello!  Well, I had this past weekend all to myself while my son was competing in the Florida State Latin Forum (state tournament) in Orlando.  He left from school with the Latin Club on Thursday and was back super late Saturday night since the kids had the much-anticipated opportunity to blow off steam and enjoy […]

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Three-Onion Whole Wheat Israeli Couscous with Butternut Squash and Shiitake Mushrooms

This recipe beautifully marks the transition to fall here in Florida by showcasing seasonal ingredients and flavors without resulting in a heavy sort of dish that we’re not ready for quite yet here in the still-warm Sunshine State.  I noticed that I had several bags of frozen pearl onions in the freezer (not entirely sure […]

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