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Persian Chicken Kabobs

Although I generally try to stay away from take-out for both my waistline and wallet, one of my favorite take-out options is a delicious Persian restaurant near my house. Between the amazing kabobs, garlicky hummus, and crunchy cucumber and tomato salad – I am always a happy girl. However I suspect that although it is […]

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Grilled Summer Vegetables

One of my favorite summer side dishes is grilled vegetables. You just can’t beat the fresh taste of delicious summer produce combined with the smoky, slightly charred taste from grilling. While you can grill almost any veggies, I find it easiest to use a grill basket and choose veggies that cook in about the same […]

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Garlic Parmesan Zucchini Noodles with Sausage

Since everyone seems to searching for more ways to use up all that summer zucchini, let’s talk about this simple zucchini noodle recipe that’s packed with flavor. I have been making a version of this at least once a week for dinner and the latest one with turkey sausage by far has been my favorite. […]

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Cajun Shrimp Kabobs

I made this recipe over the weekend, inspired by a house full of people who were “sick of everything.” Each and every suggestion I threw out was greeted by a shrug of the shoulders or emotionless nod. Before resorting to take-out or telling everyone to fend for themselves, I got some inspiration to make Cajun […]

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Citrus Vinegar & Butter Shrimp with Zucchini Noodles

Today’s post is brought to you by Nakano Rice Vinegar but all opinions are 100% mine. With summer in full swing, the farmer’s market (or garden) is one of my favorite places to find dinner inspiration. There are so many incredible fresh ingredients available, it’s a great place to start building a delicious dish. And […]

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Sunday Slow Cooker: Chicken in Chili Verde

Back before I really starting cooking, my roommate and I went through at least one package a week of Trader Joe’s Chicken Chili Verde. Not only was it easy and relatively healthy, we could heat it up at work in the microwave in about 4 minutes. For first year teachers, this was the pressure test […]

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