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Mouthwatering Chicken Burgers

Mouthwatering Chicken Burgers

| March 24, 2009 | 5 Comments

Doesn’t that look good? It makes my mouth water to think about it, let alone see it. This delicious, juicy chicken burger is ranking tops on my short list of craveworthy foods. Yum. It all started earlier this year. Shawn picked up the cleverly named Hamburger Seasoning (really, they went out on a limb for […]

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Evolving Food: Buffalo-Spiked Chicken Meatballs

Evolving Food: Buffalo-Spiked Chicken Meatballs

| March 4, 2009 | 4 Comments

Growing up, I had a very cut and dry sense of food. It wasn’t anyone’s doing, just in my head I created this black and white picture of food. It had to fit into the little niche space I mentally created for it. Pasta was always served with marinara (except for the one or two […]

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Healthy and Tasty Turkey Meatballs

Healthy and Tasty Turkey Meatballs

| November 26, 2008 | 5 Comments

Sometimes, I just don’t know where to start when I write about a recipe. Do I tell you how Paige ate so many of these meatballs that I wondered if she was hiding them in her shirt for later? Or do I tell you how Will was reluctant to eat them, but ended up cleaning […]

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Easy Chicken Fajitas

Easy Chicken Fajitas

| November 14, 2008 | 3 Comments

My kids have adventurous appetites. If they see me eating it, they are usually game to try too. It couldn’t make me happier. I love when they gobble up sweet potatoes and don’t question asparagus. But avocado? It depends on the day. Considering that attitude, I was really surprised recently when both Will and Paige […]

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10-Minute Salsa Chicken

10-Minute Salsa Chicken

| October 20, 2008 | 5 Comments

Of course I knew it was a school day for Will the other day, but I felt like there was still plenty of time before the rush and routine of getting ready to go. I was sitting on the couch, Will on my lap, watching something forgettable when it struck me: It was nearing noon […]

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Pasta with Chicken and Broccoli Ragu

Pasta with Chicken and Broccoli Ragu

| October 14, 2008 | 1 Comment

This photo doesn’t do the dish justice. I love mixing a tomato sauce with broccoli. And when it’s lightly roasted broccoli like you find in this recipe, it’s all the better. Roasting broccoli brings out a great, lightly sweet flavor in it. Will and Paige gobbled this up. (This is part of The $7 Dinner […]

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Family Favorite: Chicken Ala Caron

Family Favorite: Chicken Ala Caron

| September 18, 2008 | 5 Comments

It was a blast today at The Martha Stewart Show. Did you check out my live blogging? It was a tiring endeavor, but worth every second. It’s interesting to go back and see my stream of thought too. (Did you know that Martha herself blogs? She does. Pretty cool.) If I could have had one […]

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Extra Crispy Homemade Fried Chicken

Extra Crispy Homemade Fried Chicken

| July 31, 2008 | 14 Comments

Many people have asked me, “Doesn’t Shawn cook?” Well, folks, he does. And he does it pretty well. I just don’t typically share his recipes . . . something should be sacred, no? But this recipe was too good not to chronicle and share. It’s perfectly crispy, juicy fried chicken. I love it made with […]

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Grilled Balsamic Chicken

Grilled Balsamic Chicken

| April 27, 2008 | 0 Comments

It’s grilling season! It’s grilling season! That’s exactly what I felt like shouting the first night that Shawn and I cooked dinner outside. We’ve repeated our outdoor cooking almost every night since. I love grilling outside. The scent of cooking food wafting through the air, the sounds of crackling inside the grill, the wave of […]

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Hawaiian Turkey Meatballs

Hawaiian Turkey Meatballs

| January 10, 2008 | 7 Comments

I’ve been cooking almost daily. I love cooking so that’s a chore I totally don’t mind doing. And there are several great benefits to cooking at home, instead of getting take out or going out. For one, a meal made at home is cheaper than one in a restaurant. That’s always a good thing. For […]

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