“Herb” Wild, Round Two!

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Day 3’s herb is DILL Dill’s frilly “wisps” are sweet and tangy… almost like a hint of licorice! Perfect mixed into devil egg filling, potato and tuna salads, frittatas, chicken soup, or my fave, quinoa, beet and dill salad! (Check it out on my side dishes menu!)     And on Day 4, there’s MINT Mint’s… Read more »

We’re going “Herb” Wild!

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Go “Herb” Wild!! Over the next few days I will share with you a few new uses for your favorite herbs that are sure to put dazzle in your dinner…and you’ll never mistake cilantro for parsley again! Let’s get started with one of my favorites – BASIL One of the most aromatic herbs around, tender… Read more »

Happy New Year everyone!

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I don’t know about you, but I am ready to show up and show out 2015 – I know it is going to be a great year for us all! Every New Year brings on thoughts of change and the dreaded “resolutions.” My feeling on New Year’s resolutions is that every day is a new… Read more »

A great stocking stuffer for your favorite cook!

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I’m not usually a big fan of gadgets, but every so often I find a tool that really makes a task easier. I love to cook with veggies like carrots and potatoes – but I hate peeling them! Then I discovered the Chef’n PalmPeeler, which makes quick work of veggie peeling. With the PalmPeeler, I… Read more »

How to shop like a Fashionista – Personal Chef Style

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So, there are a few things you should know about me….I love to cook and bake, some would say I am even decent at it. BUT I cannot brew a pot of GOOD coffee to save my life, thank the Lord for Keurig! I am obsessed with jewelry – the cheaper, more costumey, the better!… Read more »