Homestyle Chicken Soup

I don’t know about anyone else, but I am kind of over the summer… That probably sounds terrible but if you know me, you know that my favorite season is autumn and I love Halloween, crisp leaves, hot apple cider, horror movies, and everything else that goes along with the season! In honor of my […]

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Developing a Healthy Relationship with Food

I remember the first time that I ever went out for dinner with a boy. The relationship was very new and we were both in high school. I remember the feelings of excitement, wondering to myself if we would kiss, hold hands, live happily ever after, and all of that other puppy love stuff that […]

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To or To Not Eat Organic

I remember the first time I ever learned about organic food. I mean, I always heard of organic versus non-organic, but the first time that I ever studied the differences and learned more about the food industry was when I was in high school. My environmental science teacher required us to watch the 2008 documentary […]

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All About Arugula

When this quarantine first began, for some reason I decided that I needed all of the arugula! I was literally buying it in bulk. Then I realized that arugula’s shelf life is pretty short, so I started experimenting with it in all kinds of dishes, and I am glad I did! Today I am sharing some […]

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Chicken Marsala Recipe

Ingredients 4 skinless, boneless chicken breasts Flour (for dredging) Kosher salt Black pepper 1/2 c. olive oil 8 oz button mushrooms 1 c. marsala wine 1 c. chicken stock 4 tbs. butter 1/3 c. fresh flat-leaf parsley Directions First, fillet the chicken breasts in two. You’ll wind up with about 8 pieces of chicken. Then, […]

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Chicken Piccata Recipe

This recipe for chicken piccata took me less than 30 minutes to make, and was absolutely delicious!

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Buttermilk Onion Rings

Since being quarantined, we have been experimenting with different recipes, and believe that we have created the perfect at-home onion rings. These onion rings are the perfect side dish to just about any summer meal, and they are not too difficult to make!  Ingredients  2 large white onions 1/2 gallon of canola oil 3 c. buttermilk 4 1/2 […]

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Banana Walnut Bread

Since being quarantined I’ve been baking a lot. Not only does it pass the time, but a lot of my recipes allow me to use foods that will be expiring soon, and I hate wasting food. Banana bread is an easy dessert or breakfast food to make if you have some sad looking bananas in […]

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Drunken Shrimp Scampi

I love shrimp scampi, but every recipe I find online does not yield enough additional sauce to pour over the linguine and the dish winds up kind of dry. Linguine (like any pasta, for that matter) soaks up a lot of liquid in any dish that it’s in. I don’t know about anyone else, but the […]

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