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Buttermilk-Cilantro Skirt Steak -- Tablescape (1 of 1)

Summer Gatherings and Skirt Steak Tacos

Glancing into the backyard all that remained from our barbecue was a full heart and a deck scattered with tables and chairs like a restaurant patio. Few leftovers marked the occasion of friends gathered around tables under a stormy sky. Yes, rain. Ugh. I’m not even sure how many times we hauled cushions back and forth. Finally, […]

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Cedar Grilled Chicken-Stuffed Poblanos

Cedar Grilled Chicken-Stuffed Poblanos has been in my recipe folder waiting to be shared for a year. No kidding. I first made it last summer, but since I was moving at a snails pace, by the time it was proofed and ready for posting winter set in and grilling season had passed. Now that sandals and sunbathing are […]

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Guest Post by Barb at Just a Smidgen: Spicy Mexican Taco Bites

Our guest today is Barb, a.k.a. Smidge, at Just a Smidgen Barb writes an eloquent and elegant blog—I promise you, a single visit will bring beauty to your world. Decor, recipes, DIY projects, photography, and poetry are all woven with a common theme of intentionally celebrating everything beautiful in life. You will recognize her passion for […]

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Guest Post by John, from the Bartolini kitchens: Ramps Pesto

Our guest today is John at from the Bartolini kitchens  John’s engaging stories and shared family recipes are like reading a letter from a friend. I rarely sit down to read his posts without coffee in hand, just to remind myself to linger. I have often thought how fun it would be to step into his […]

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Guest Post by Raymund at Ang Sarap: Caprese Panzanella Recipe

Our guest today is Raymund at Ang Sarap (a Tagalog word for “It’s Delicious”) Raymund and I started blogging at the same time—really, within days of each other—and we have followed each other ever since those early days. As I remember, it was his gorgeous photos that first caught my eye and his ability to post almost […]

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Shrimp Lo Mein | Savoring Today

Shrimp Lo Mein [with Gluten-Free Options]

It’s a given for our family that Lo Mein is on the list when we order takeout—it’s easy to love a plate of noodles in umami rich sauce. Even better when you can make it at home to suit your preference for vegetables with that pile of noodles, or you want a gluten-free option. I’ve […]

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Acorn Squash w- Curry Spice & Pecans | Savoring Today

Curry Roasted Acorn Squash & Pecans

Once upon a time there was a curry series … Basic Chicken Curry Beef Curry: Massaman Style Curry-Spiced Roasted Butternut Squash Somewhere along the way, Curry Roasted Acorn Squash & Pecans got lost in the shuffle of photos and blog posts. It’s funny how blog life mirrors real life, as good intentions get sandwiched between […]

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Korean Barbecue Skirt Steak [served] | Savoring Today

Easy Korean Barbecued Skirt Steak

Korean barbecue is a popular menu item in restaurants—its sweet, spicy, tangy, earthy flavors make it easy to love. So why not make it at home and enjoy it any time the mood hits? We did just that. A couple of months ago when my mom was visiting, we tried this recipe from Fine Cooking […]

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Italian-Style Stuffed Zucchini | Savoring Today

Italian-Style Stuffed Zucchini

What do you get when you ignore your garden for a few days? Zucchini revenge. I tend to pick zucchini once they reach about 6 inches long for their consistent texture, but when we returned from our long weekend in Estes, there was one zuke well beyond its tender youth. (Oh man, can I relate.) […]

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Mushroom & Blue Cheese Ragout over Beef Tenderloin | Savoring Today

Mushroom & Blue Cheese Ragout

Mushroom & Blue Cheese Ragout is one of those recipes that makes anything you serve with it, better. You can already tell by the photos, it’s not the tomato or meat based ragu we all love on pasta. Although when you taste this you might be tempted to pour it over pasta, or sandwiches, or […]

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