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Well then, let it snow, rain or sleet.

Let it Snow, Rain or Sleet

Heads up, today’s post is totally unrelated to food but all about holiday spirit. This morning I turned off my alarm, refused to get out of bed and drank coffee instead of my usual tea. I thought to myself, why am I so tired and played my inner drill sergeant Mayari to motivate myself, get …

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Maple Mustard Chicken

Maple Mustard Chicken

Hope you all are staying warm and beginning to enjoy the holiday season! Today I wanted to share a recipe for my maple mustard chicken. If you like honey mustard than this recipe is up your alley. Maple Mustard Baked Chicken Ingredients 1/4 cup olive oil 1/3 cup of yellow mustard 1/3 cup whole grain …

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Turkey day leftovers

Turkey Day Left Overs

If you are reading this in real time, you have had those turkey day left overs in your fridge for exactly 7 days. Now hopefully you have frozen most of them but if not, it’s ok. Today I will share some ideas for you to repackage those leftovers into dinner delights. Leftover pot pie – …

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Local Wines

Local Wines

Holiday Season 2020 This holiday season is going to be different, and with those differences, we should also make some adjustments to how we eat and drink. Below is an excerpt from our Newsletter talking about local wines and the top three I recommend for this holiday season. “One thing I NEVER bought local, was …

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It’s all Gravy Baby!

Gravy recipe

Tis the season to make gravy. Yummy, rich, flavorful gravy that will make everyone happy … well except for our gluten free friends (sorry guys you will get a fun recipe next week). I want to share with you all a foundational recipe. Something that I learned in culinary school, and can be applied to …

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Early Holiday Planning – Part 2

Early Holiday Planning Part 2

If you are reading this in real time, there is only 17 days until Thanksgiving here in the U.S.A. I realize many of us find this time of year stressful and overwhelming. If you feel this way keep reading and let me share some more professional tips of preparing for large cooking days. Take a …

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Early Holiday Planner – Part 1

Early Holiday Planning Part 1

Have you already started thinking about the holiday season? Are you already stressed planning out Thanksgiving dinner? Let us help you! Now if you plan on cooking yourself let me give you some pointers! Make your dessert early. If you are making a pie or cake. you can create it, bake it and freeze it. …

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Easy Italian Dressing

Easy Italian Dressing

Thinking of what to do with your tomato harvest? Or do you want to eat a little cleaner? Well how about making your own Italian dressing! The good news is that it is very easy. All you need is a blender and the following ingredients: half of a tomato 2 tablespoon of olive oil 1 …

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Kale and Apples

Kale and Apples

The image above is of one of our current meal prep menu items. Kale and apples highlights the season with local apples, slightly dehydrated with chopped walnuts, feta cheese, dried cranberries and microgreens. A great way to start stocking up our bodies with nutrients and minerals as we ( in new england) prepare for cooler …

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Adult Fruit Salad

Adult Fruit Salad with Vodka

Today’s post is fast, just like this recipe, and is a go to favorite of mine that works for a refreshing weekend treat, weeknight dessert or even for entertaining (whenever we can do that again), and it is my adult fruit salad. Perfect for any night of the week and can store well in the …

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Pork Roulade

Pork Roulade

This week we are talking about roulades. Roulades are a dish that is served in the shape of a roll. Roulades are fun, can be made out of cakes, meats, fish, pretty much anything! They are fun and pretty easy to make so let’s talk about making some! Spinach and cheddar pork roulade Ingredients 16 …

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