Fully Loaded Stuffed Peppers

Today the hubster requested to have Stuff Peppers done my way. This coming from a guy that can really throw down in the kitchen, and loves to make these himself, I was so honored. His version of this scrumptious dish is quite simple: Peppers stuffed with ground meat, rice, lots of onions and seasoning. And it […]

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Vegetable Lo Mein Made Easy

When I lived in Atlanta, Georgia, there was this little Chinese restaurant a street over from where I lived that served the best Shrimp and Vegetable Lo Mein (with no MSG of course) I have ever had. I barely went a week without stopping in for my fill of this Asian deliciousness. Since moving to […]

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Pureed Broccoli and Carrot Soup

This recipe is flavorful, delicious, oh so creamy and pack with tons of veggies. It’s perfect to accompany any salad, grilled sandwich or a slice of grain bread ( which I made and super excited that my bread came out better than the last attempt). It is one of the first soups I had ever […]

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Raspberry Chocolate Tart (No Bake)

Bless me fellow bloggers, for I have strayed.  It’s been a few days since my last confession. . . I have eating my fair share of desserts but have neglected my first love. I have given into pressures of creating new and interesting things for the sake of others, while my dear chocolate laid patiently […]

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Peach & Blueberry Cobbler Made Healthy

You know summer is almost here when we start breaking out the peach cobbler recipes. After living in the American southern state of Georgia for a few years, I gained a fond appreciation of this deep dish fruit pie. The yummy buttery sweet goodness, is a staple in most restaurants there and dinner tables across the south. […]

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Not Your Grandma’s Banana Nut Bread!

This recipe brings back so much memories from my childhood. My grandmother’s banana bread was packed with so many bananas, walnuts and other goodies that there was no confusion over what you were eating. No mysterious ingredients and no additives; not that it needed any. This bread lasted all of 20 minutes if that much. […]

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Sweet Spicy Shrimp & Vegetable Stir-Fry

I love Asian food. There is something to be said of how they manage to marry flavors together with the results being a party in your mouth. Like Caribbean food, there are so many layers of flavor incorporated into a single dish. It is never just savory or sweet, but a combination that is tangy and delicious. There is […]

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It’s As Easy As Pie! Lemon Meringue Pie

Spring always has a way of making me feel all warm inside. Its that happy time of year when the flowers are blooming, the trees are full and every thing is so bright and cheerful. When it comes to dessert for spring, it should be as easy as PIE! Yep, pies are that wonderfully light dessert that you can […]

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Madeleines with Love

Happy Monday! Kid you not, I have always wondered about these Madeleines. Are they bite size cakes, are they cookies? Which side is up? Needless to say, I love them, whatever they are. Madeleines are similar to sponge cake, but a tad bit lighter. These airy-buttery lemon flavored treats are great for breakfast, brunch, as a snack or a […]

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Poached Fish w/Sherry Tomato Sauce

The simplest dishes can remind you of home. And nothing says home to me like seafood. Seafood is one of the quickest, healthiest, and easiest dish you can prepare. It is my go to when I want something light, fresh and that looks elegant. I’ve cooked a lot of Seafood over the years. But fish is my favorite […]

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Sinfully Delicious Chocolate Cake

FOR THE LOVE OF CHOCOLATE! Its HumpDay guys! And boy do I have something decadent for you. Okay, most know that I have had a secret love affair for many years. But the secret is out and I am not ashamed to say, I L O VE CHOCOLATE! It should come then as no surprise that chocolate is apart […]

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Braided Apple Strudel Made Easy

If you love Apple Pie like I do, then you would really appreciate this one. This is one of those quick easy dessert recipes that you must simply have in your rolodex.  It has all the taste of a traditional strudel, but with half the work in half the time. The secret to easy is puff pastry! Puff […]

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