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Category Archives: Vegetables
This Lightened-Up Shrimp Scampi recipe is my contribution to this month’s Fish Friday Foodies theme: Seafood Pasta. No, that’s not pasta. It’s Zoodles! And since I lightened this traditional dish, the spiral-cut zucchini aided in that effort, but read on…there’s … Continue reading
Today’s Spinach Broccoli Slaw recipe is not only nutritious, it’s delicious to boot! Perfect for Meatless Monday, or any day, this simple salad can be made in mere minutes. Make a lot, you won’t want to stop eating it! Plus, … Continue reading
This Corn and Tomato Salad recipe is the essence of the sweet flavors of Summer. Surprisingly simple, fresh and refreshing, it’s the perfect addition to your Summer salad lineup.
A recipe for Niçoise Tuna Bowl is my contribution to this month’s Fish Friday Foodies theme of Buddha Bowls.
Summer is peak tomato season and this recipe for Tomato Fennel Salad is a great way to use the bounty of Summer’s gardens and Farmers’ Markets.
Since it’s July, and since it’s hotter than Hell’s Half Acre (aka The Devil’s Kitchen) in most places, this month’s Soup Saturday Swappers theme is Chilled Soups. My contribution is this recipe for Grilled Corn Gazpacho with Crab. If you … Continue reading
Taking advantage of seasonal produce (July is Eggplant), this Baked Eggplant recipe is topped with Roasted Red Pepper Relish and Mozzarella. This isn’t fried, but it is just as crispy as if it had been! The relish is simple (5 … Continue reading
This recipe for Grilled Rack of Lamb and Vegetables is the perfect example of how you can use your grill to create a gorgeous and elegant feast. Another installment for #CookoutWeek is here…check it out! Plus a fabulous giveaway awaits! … Continue reading
For Day Three of #CookoutWeek, there is nothing like the flavor of Smoked Corn on the Cob! Don’t let not having a smoker stop you; this Smoked Corn on the Cob recipe doesn’t require a smoker! Using your gas grill and Smokin’ … Continue reading
This Baked Not Fried Green Tomatoes recipe is a healthier, crisper version of the food that has become an iconic Southern dish. But, is it really Southern in origin?