meat and seafood

Stuffed Bell Peppers Recipe

by heidi September 29, 2014
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Until my 20′s, bell peppers and I were far, far, far from fast friends. I viewed the crunchy, green orbital vegetables with a look of disdain whenever they appeared on pizzas or veggie platter plates and as a kid, wrinkled my nose and plotted how to ditch every single bite […]

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Scrambled Eggs and Sausage Breakfast Burrito Plus 5 More Recipes to Fold and Go

by heidi September 25, 2014
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Breakfast is big deal at our house. It might not always be big in portion or production value (hey, I’m all good with frog in the hole or a microwave egg sandwich or even basic scrambles) but we do make it a point to have something substantial and wholesome in […]

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Sirloin Steak Sandwiches with Horseradish Sauce

by heidi September 18, 2014
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It was the tiger sauce topping these beef steak sandwiches that pulled him in and took the rest of us right along with him. Watching cooking shows on weekend mornings is how my husband and I ease into the reality that in a wink of an eye we’ll be smack […]

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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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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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