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Kale Pesto and Pea Tortellini Soup

Takes like 15 minutes. Can I get a what what? Do people still do that? Can I get a this or a that? You’re like, CAN I GET A NEW FOOD BLOGGER IN MY FEED.   Kale pesto. But not just any kale. Lacinato kale, baby. Dinosaur kale. ROAAAAR. Can we forget I just roared […]

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Orzo with Bacon and Summer Vegetables

Pasta will always be the answer. Man alive, I asked you guys for help and THE PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN. Thank you all for your super rad suggestions! I’m gonna do my verrr best to touch on all of it. Maybe twice. MAYBE THRICE. But for today, we have bacon. And orzo. And vegetables. And lemon […]

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Cavatelli Pasta with Spring Vegetables

The snow has melted. Luscious temperatures have returned. Let’s get it awwwwwwwwn! Oh wait, I didn’t mean it like that. I just meant with this here spring pasta since it’s all nice again outside. Wait wait, not with the PASTA. Oh goodness. I just meant like, let’s twist and shout like sauerkraut. Throw our hands […]

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Pasta Fresca and Mini Tex-Mex Chicken and Cheese Pies

Come hither. Sit. Two unexpected yet irrevocably significant things happened to me a few days ago, and I feel it’s only right to tell you. It all happened so fast and at the time I wasn’t even sure of what was actually occurring. I’m still trying to process it all and come to an answer, […]

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Rustic Spring Pizzettes and a Breakfast Bowl

So we started demo last night. And I HAYELPED. (name that 80s commercial.) Aside from the fact that there are only 8 gaping holes in our walls with tree limbs poking through and birds flying in and out, I think we did a fantastic job! And by “we” I mean “totally not we.” I’m also […]

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Spring Vegetable Flatbread

You know those birds I was talking about singing A Chorus Line on my back porch at 6am? They’ve now moved on to The Phantom of the Opera and I can’t decide if I owe them admission fees or a knuckle sandwich. Let’s talk about flatbread while I try to figure out these perplexities in […]

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Chicken Sausages with a Spicy Corn Saute

I don’t know about you, but I might have a little crush on chicken sausages. Especially the sun-dried tomato ones. Actually, any flavor works for my fragile heart. I’m prepared to make friendship bracelets for the chicken sausages. I’m prepared to make a mix tape for the chicken sausages. I’m prepared to take a picture […]

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Grilled Salmon with Roasted Sweet Potatoes and Garden Wild Rice (Longest Title Ever)

Mission accomplished! We successfully managed to scrounge up whatever was left in the fridge, pantry and garden for a quick “gettin’-out-of-town-for-a-few-days” dinner. Well, when I say “we,” I actually mean Aaron. You see, all day long yesterday I felt completely dried up on dinner ideas. (After my delicious lunch that is.) On the verge of […]

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Garden Pasta with Seared Shrimp

After a rental car trip from St. Augustine to Jacksonville, 2 flights with a stop in Dallas, a shuttle bus to our car in the economy parking lot, and the half hour treck to our house, we made it home. Tired, sunburned and one of us with a broken toe due to surfing (not me) […]

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We’re back!

We’re back! And boy oh boy, have we found ourselves a luscious garden. I’ll share more soon, but for now, to prepare a simple garden dinner and keep Aaron away from peeling my sunburned skin. Too much?

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