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Asparagus

Eggs and Asparagus

Let’s talk about asparagus. The star of spring it is one of the first vegetables to be harvested in the spring and has found its way from cocktail parties to fine dinning. Asparagus is high in Vitamin B, loaded with minerals and provides a much needed boost to the body after a long winter indoors. …

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Spaghetti Squash

Spaghetti Squash

Lately  have been totally into spaghetti squash. For those who are not familiar, spaghetti squash is a winter squash, one of the only produce vegetables natural to this cold time of year. Full of folic acid and vitamin A, this squash is so buttery, light and can easily bend to whatever flavor profile you want. …

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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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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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Adult Fruit Salad

Adult Fruit Salad with Vodka

Today‚Äôs 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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Pizza

Home Made Pizza

The other night we made a partially home made pizza. We bought premade dough from our local grocery store and it was so much fun (minus my horrible pizza twirling abilities)! Pizza is a classic that makes everyone happy and does not take too much effort to taste amazing! If any of you have a great …

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Beets: Pickling Series

Hello Readers and happy Friday! Last week we started our conversation on pickling, and how it is a great time to start thinking about preserving some of our summertime favorites. This weeks pick is the lovely beet. Beets are great for your body and you can read more on their benefits here. Here is the …

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Cucumbers: An Intro to Pickling

Cucumbers for Pickling

This month I would like to highlight the cucumber. Here in Massachusetts cucumbers are in peak season and it makes a lot of sense. Cucumbers are have an extremely high water and fiber content aiding in hydration and weight loss. As you may already know, hydration is a small problem that has many large solutions, …

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Coconut lime curried chicken

Coconut lime curry chicken

One of my favorite things to do in my spare time is read other chefs cook books. I found this amazing coconut lime curried chicken recipe in one of Marcus Samuelsson books Marcus off Duty: the recipes I cook at home. If you are interested click here to check out his books or you can …

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