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Spinach Puffs

I am in LOVE with these little cheesy, spinach puffs.  Ridiculously tasty and as simple as could be to prepare. These little puffs of heaven could be serve as an appetizer, a side dish, or even could satisfy as a simple vegetarian meal by themselves. Preheat your oven to 400 degrees. Thaw out one sheet […]

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Mushroom Risotto with Spinach and Goat Cheese

Have you ever gone to the grocery store and somehow neglected to take one of your bags with you at checkout? Of course you don’t discover this until you get all the way home and of course the bag has the most expensive ingredients in it for something you plan to make that day. Or […]

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Potato, Sausage, and Spinach Breakfast Casserole

This year, my mom and I were actually in the same area of the country during Mother’s Day.  To celebrate the day, I woke up early to make breakfast for her and my dad while they were visiting me in Pittsburgh. This was what resulted. It’s basically a one course baked egg dish that has […]

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Greek Flank Steak Wheels

Please, do NOT be alarmed by the bloodiness of this steak….it was intentional.  I realize that my taste for red meat is more extreme than most people are comfortable with, but I assure you, it’s cooked!  Instructions will be included for people who want their meat a little more cooked than this.  I’m sorry, medium-rare […]

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Sausage & Mushroom Tortellini

I am not one of those people who is too proud or snobby to take some help from the store once in a while with prepared foods, especially after a long day at work.  This meal is a perfect example because I could focus on the delicious ingredients of the sauce, while taking help from […]

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Sautéed Chicken with Spinach and Feta Orzo

Easy chicken breast recipes are a staple in my kitchen.  They’re healthy and I usually have at least a few packs of those individually vacuum-sealed chicken breasts in my freezer from Costco (if you don’t already use these, they are amazing and so incredibly convenient!  Costco sells them for a bunch of other kinds of […]

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Scallop Salad with Warm Bacon Vinaigrette

This is another post from a recipe I found in America’s Test Kitchen, The Best Simple Recipes.  If you haven’t noticed already, a very large percentage of my recipes are either directly from or slightly modified from America’s Test Kitchen’s cookbooks, kitchen feed, or online recipe database.  The reason I make so many of these […]

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