Feature Fridays: this one goes out to the ones I love (via nom! nom! nom! blog)

Ah, Friday, a warm cup of French press coffee in my hand (usually a second cup) and interesting food blogs to visit on the agenda.  I liked this post because I do like chocolate cake (just don’t eat it as much anymore) and had a good laugh remembering Bill Cosby’s Dad Is Great routine—very fun […]

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Fruit & Nut Granola Bites

A new favorite snack, these really help satisfy those mid-morning hunger pangs.  I discovered the basic recipe on Enjoying Healthy Foods blog a few weeks ago, tweaked it to suit my own preferences and thought it was too good not to share. I love how easy it is to customize, that I know exactly what’s […]

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Valentine’s Day: NBD or OMG?

In a conversation with a 20-something friend of mine, the topic of Valentine’s Day came up. Her sentiments closely resembled those of many of the young people I talk to—Valentine’s Day is a Hallmark holiday, NBD (no big deal).  I mentioned that while you’re dating it probably doesn’t seem very different from any other date, […]

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Ultimate Meatball Sandwich

The Ultimate Meatball Sandwich

My Ultimate Meatball Sandwich recipe was published at AT&T Food & Home, how fun is that?!  When this recipe was featured last year, I made it with Ciabatta rolls purchased at the store.  Now, we make these with French rolls made from soaked grains, so this delicious sandwich just got healthier.  Tender meatballs dressed in […]

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Hot Artichoke Dip

Hot Artichoke Dip is a Key Player on the Super Bowl Buffet

Skip boring ranch dip, this Hot Artichoke Dip will make your veggie tray disappear in no time.  Some party dips make cold broccoli and cauliflower palatable, this artichoke dip with its creamy, tangy, smoky flavors take them from palatable to party favorite.  Pita and tortilla chips will fly off the table too when sitting next […]

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Feature Fridays: Queso Fundido (aka yummy hot cheese dip) (via Savoring Goat Cheese)

In my search of a notable food blog to feature today, I have to admit it was the picture of the goat that caught my eye, not the food. Raised on a goat farm, it is a natural draw for me. When I saw their blog name and focus on goat cheese, well, I was […]

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Blue Coyote Nachos

Blue Coyote Nachos

If you want a great appetizer for the weekend match-up or your next Super Bowl party everyone will enjoy, Blue Coyote Nachos are just the ticket. Inspired by nachos we had at the Blue Coyote Grill in Palm Springs years ago, this recipe is an instant favorite.  Orange goopy, processed cheese peddled as food will […]

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Chicken Tortilla Soup

Chicken Tortilla Soup

  I love soup.  I love the warmth on cold days, its simplicity as a meal, how easy it is to customize.  It is no wonder that it was the staple, everyday meal for generations past—economical, nutritious, filling—you can find soup recipes for any region of the country or the world.  Chicken Tortilla Soup is […]

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Post 100: Gotta say, I’m loving every minute of it!

I started blogging last year to practice writing.  When endeavoring to write a book, or multiple books, the primary advice is to simply, write.  Savoring Today, Overcoming Trauma, and The Stuff of Life have all been the collection point for what is inside to come out (it didn’t take long for me to realize I […]

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Scampi-Style Filet

Scampi-Style Tenderloin Steak: Casual Friday or Valentine Feast

When Colorado weather hits the 60’s in January, it is time to take a break from the comfort foods of winter and grill a steak.  Inspired to take it up a notch, I decided to accent the steaks with Shrimp Scampi—AMAZING!  Grilled first then finished in the pan of scampi, the butter, wine, and garlic […]

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