Foodiecrush Magazine

Bacon Wrapped Grilled Peaches with Balsamic Glaze

by heidi September 2, 2014
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The first bite of recipe creating inspiration for me often starts with—you got it—the first bite. Case in point, my dinner last Friday night. Even though it was Labor Day weekend, the mountains delivered a chilly preview of what’s soon to be in store. I love fall. I can’t wait. My […]

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One-Pan Chicken with Creamy Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto Sauce

by heidi August 28, 2014
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You might have a secret desire to be Suzy homemaker. Or to be known as the Martha Stewart of your neighborhood. Or strive to be just like whoever that overachiever is on Pinterest who makes, creates and cooks every. single. thing. from scratch. I’m here to tell you that it’s […]

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Strawberry and Avocado with Tuna Salad Recipe

by heidi August 26, 2014
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It’s back! After a summer peppered with vacations to the beach / cabin / red rocks, popsicles and cereal flavored milkshakes, far more thunderstorms than I ever remember a summer possibly possessing and not nearly enough time spent weeding my garden (thank you for doing so, my #1 rock star […]

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Lime and Chile Butter Chicken Skewers

by heidi August 19, 2014
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Please, please, please! Say it ain’t so! But yes, it’s true, we’re headlong into the wind down of summer. Sniffle here and sob there, I’m harboring some serious resentment at the fact that summer is quickly fading into fall. This is mostly due to the fact that in mid-July I […]

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Peel ‘n Eat Beer Steamed Shrimp

by heidi August 14, 2014

I met my husband working at a fancy, schmancy seafood restaurant. It was a lovely setting for a beautiful romance that began with us racing from table to table, sweating it out in standard issue baby blue, long-sleeve, button down shirts that reeked of the deep fryer atop boring black […]

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