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Easy Green Salad with Roasted Salmon Recipe

Easy Green Salad with Roasted Salmon Recipe

| January 6, 2010 | 2 Comments

What do you eat for lunch? People always talk about how important it is to have a good breakfast, but it’s also really important to have a good lunch — one that is filling, satisfying and healthy. For me, lunch is sometimes a sandwich or pasta, but more often it’s a salad. Salads served topped […]

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Buttery Roasted Shrimp Recipe

Buttery Roasted Shrimp Recipe

| December 22, 2009 | 2 Comments

Our massive lawn is buried deep beneath snow. Our driveway is still white, though passable even with my little Civic. And those big C9 lights that I rushed to put up a few weeks ago really glisten against the wintery backdrop. It’s a winter wonderland out there. For the first time in years, Will got […]

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Fabulous Fish: Baked Lemon Herb Cod Recipe

Fabulous Fish: Baked Lemon Herb Cod Recipe

| December 10, 2009 | 35 Comments

Looking for a great baked cod recipe? Baked Lemon Herb Cod is a quick and easy recipe with rich results. This is one to make again and again. Sometimes, you taste something – just a little bite of it – and it blows you away. That was the case with this dish. It was rich, […]

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Sweet and Spicy: Mango Chipotle Shrimp

Sweet and Spicy: Mango Chipotle Shrimp

| September 8, 2009 | 4 Comments

Months and months ago, I made this shrimp dish. Then I made it again for a dinner party. Then I promptly misplaced the recipe, so I was unable to share it. So, these darned photos have been teasing me all along as I tried and tried to remember what the heck was in the dish. […]

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Lime Crusted Mahi Mahi on Spicy Tomato Puree

Lime Crusted Mahi Mahi on Spicy Tomato Puree

| July 17, 2009 | 3 Comments

For my birthday this year, Shawn bought me a full size food processor. For years, I have used a mini food prep, which I love. But after doing batch after batch of pestos and whatnot to store in winters past, I really wanted a full size one for big jobs … and guess what? I […]

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Eat This: Shrimp in White Wine and Garlic Sauce

Eat This: Shrimp in White Wine and Garlic Sauce

| May 26, 2009 | 6 Comments

A few weeks ago, I made dinner for Will and Paige – something balanced with some meat, veggies, pasta and the like. It was a Will and Paige meal — something simple, but tasty, with a healthy sized serving of pasta. For me, I quickly whipped up some Romano encrusted shrimp (I really need to […]

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Smoked Salmon, Dill and Goat Cheese Frittata

Smoked Salmon, Dill and Goat Cheese Frittata

| April 22, 2009 | 7 Comments

Salty smoked salmon, bright fresh dill and creamy goat cheese combine to make an unforgettable Smoked Salmon, Dill and Goat Cheese Frittata. Some days, I write and write and write. I think Sunday was one of those days. But today, I just want to share a delicious recipe with you. On Easter, I wanted a […]

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Simple Pleasure: The Easy Tuna Salad

Simple Pleasure: The Easy Tuna Salad

| March 28, 2009 | 4 Comments

That salad was my reward for this week. See, this was one of those weeks. Surely, you know the ones. It jolted to a  start at a breakneck speed first thing on Monday. After a relaxing weekend running errands and hanging out with my cousins, I realized I had some work due earliy-ish on Monday. […]

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To Our Health: Basil and Sunflower Tilapia

To Our Health: Basil and Sunflower Tilapia

| March 11, 2009 | 4 Comments

It’s gray and dismal outside my office window this morning. It feels more like 6 am than 7 am as the clouds hang thick. The grass, which is just starting to show signs of the brilliant hue that we’ll love for three seasons, looks muted and pathetic. This is not the sunny day I was […]

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Easy Breaded Cod Recipe

Easy Breaded Cod Recipe

| February 24, 2009 | 6 Comments

This quick and easy recipe for Easy Breaded Cod is perfect for kids and adults. Cajun spice lends flavor to the breading without making it spicy. What is it with all of the food allergies and sensitivities in the world today? Back in my day, peanut butter and jelly was a mainstay on the cafeteria […]

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