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Mexican Lasagna

I LOOOOOOOOVEd this dish.  When you go to cut into it, it doesn’t stay together all pretty like a traditional lasagna, but it tastes so good that you don’t really care and neither does anyone else.   It’s like your friend at the party who’s always a hot mess, but she’s so charismatic that no […]

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Mashed Chickpea Spread on Grilled Bread

I have to admit that I’ve been getting a little tired of traditional dips and spreads offered at holiday gatherings this year.  It seems like wherever you go you always see the same-old tired offerings….Some Spinach + Artichoke Dip, maybe some sort of dried out stuffed mushroom, a lackluster cheese platter….I KNOW you know what […]

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Buttery Halibut

Weeknight Halibut

I’m going to make a bold statement here – I am going to introduce you to the EASIEST meal you will ever make. For those of you who have never had halibut, it is a delicious white fish that is meaty and filling, without smelling or tasting overly fishy.  It’s essentially a blank canvas to […]

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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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Caprese Pasta

This is one of Jeff’s favorite summer meals.  When I say he wolfed it down in less than 2 minutes, I’m not even joking… This pasta dish is light and fresh and truly highlights fresh summer produce.  It is super easy to make, and can act as a side dish, but also hold up as […]

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Oven-Cooked Steak with Pan Seared Cherry Tomatoes

Today was exhausting and I spent a good portion of the day sitting in the car in stop and go traffic.  Needless to say, by the time I got home I was NOT in the mood to make a huge, complicated meal. Fortunately, I had some steaks defrosting in the fridge as well as some […]

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