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Summer is a grand ole time and I never tire of finding new ways of avoiding heating the kitchen. Sometimes, I’ll be honest, that means not cooking altogether. But other times it’s just about finding recipes that don’t require heat. This one fits the bill.

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I’ve made spinach pesto for you before. So, this recipe may seem oddly redundant, but changing the cheese changes so much that this version has a flavor all of it’s own that is distinctly different from the original.

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Ok, so yesterday you got the Mississippi Mud Cake recipe and today I owe you something light and healthy in exchange for that decadence. This recipe qualifies because it’s basically one whole grain and a bunch of vegetables thrown together. It’s low in calorie but packed solid with protein, heart healthy fats, fiber, and enough […]

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I worry that I use these ingredients too often. But they are so good I can’t resist them. Kalamata olives are so good and the combination of these flavors is outstanding. That said, they are all also frequently in my fridge so when I’m looking for something to throw together at the last minute they […]

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I was looking for something that would be both light and easy for dinner and this absolutely fit the bill. It lands itself squarely in the category of easy work night meal because the whole thing takes about 20 minutes to throw together.

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You know how people always say how pregnant women glow? How they are beautiful and radiant? And how pregnancy is a miraculous and joyous time in your life? Yeah, well, not for me. (And, no I’m not pregnant, I’m just reminiscing.) When I was pregnant with my son I was basically a mess all of […]

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This meal was a happy accident. A delicious happy accident. I was faced with a series of random things in the refrigerator that weren’t going to last much longer (and I’ve been trying really hard to be good about not buying too much and not letting things go bad). So, a refrigerator mash-up-meal was on […]

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