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    Classic Chess Pie

    Hi fellow foodies! Sorry to be MIA – September was a whirlwind of a month. Between a trip to Gainesville, Dallas, evacuating due to Hurricane Irma, applying to grad school, and…

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    Haddock Fish Tacos with Slaw

    As I’ve shared before, J. and I love tacos. They are just such an easy, hand-held vessel for so many different flavors. Living in Florida,  fish tacos are a staple. Nothing…

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    Gnocchi Bolognese

    After our wonderful, busy, fun-filled trip to Los Angeles, of course J. and I came home and both got sick. After eating out the entire trip, we craved homemade comfort food…

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    Chocolate Chip Cookie Cupcakes

    For me, summer comes with lots of birthdays. And with birthdays comes…dessert! And lots of it. For one of my best friend’s birthdays I wanted to make something sweet, special, and…

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    Chicken Flatbread

    Sometimes the best recipes just fall together randomly. J. and I were walking around Publix doing our weekly grocery shopping and trying to determine what we wanted for dinner. We saw…

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    Chicken Enchiladas

    J. and I eat a lot of tacos at home. Probably at least every other week it’s a go-to meal because they’re easy, can offer a lot of variety of flavors…

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    Fettuccine Alfredo

    While not known as a classic pasta dish in Italy, fettuccine alfredo is an American favorite (read more about the history of alfredo sauce here). You can search the internet and find…

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    Grouper with Cilantro Cream Sauce

    For a friend’s bachelor party, J. went out to Madeira Beach on a fishing excursion. While J. didn’t catch too many fish on his own, the group split their winnings and…

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    Coconut Macaroons

    For the past few years, for any special occasion (birthdays, Christmas, Mother’s Day) J. has gotten his mom some chocolate dipped macaroons from Godiva. They are her absolute favorite treat. This past Mother’s…