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featured Mains recipe Sandwiches

Gourmet Grilled Cheese: Southern Gentleman’s Grilled Cheese with Cherry-Bourbon Jam #SundaySupper

April is National Grilled Cheese Month! With so many breads and cheeses to choose from, grilled cheese should be gourmet! Plenty of people like are adding meats and veggies to grilled cheeses, but so much more can be done. Last week, in preparation for this post, I polled a large group of 14-16 year-olds and …

Blogger Challenge featured Mains recipe

Cooking with #saltfish: #IslaBrisa Pasta

After plenty of research and attempting several recipes with CFE #IslaBrisa Saltfish, I have a new found respect and love for this early form of food preservation.   Dried fish and salted fish (or fish both dried and salted) are a staple of diets all over the world, but seriously under used in the US. After …

Breakfast Desserts featured recipe

Make Ahead Brunch Recipe: Citrus Crepes #SundaySupper

Let’s face it. Easter morning, much like every other major holiday morning, can be chaotic. From baskets and bunnies to church to egg hunts, most of us need to find recipes that either take very little prep time or can be made ahead.  Personally, I’m always a fan of the make ahead.  If I can, at …

Appetizers & Snacks Blogger Challenge recipe

Cooking with #saltfish: Teriyaki Mini Egg Rolls #IslaBrisa

To be honest, when I was asked to participate in a the CFE International Blogger Recipe Challenge using salt fish, I had no idea what salt fish was.  Yes, I’ve seen it in the supermarket my entire life, but to my knowledge, I’d never tried it. So, in order to participate and not ruin the …

featured recipe Sides & Salads Sunday Dinner

Easy Seafood Recipes: Coconut Mahi-Citrus-Kale Salad with Citrus Vinaigrette #SundaySupper

Bring from Florida and having grown up on an island in the summers, I have caught, dipped, wrangled, cleaned, shelled, cooked, and eaten my fair share of seafood, in all shapes, sizes, and colors.  In fact, one of my earliest memories from childhood was walking with my mom through the grass flats around Boca Grande …

featured recipe World Food Championships

IPA Green Tomato Pickles #SundaySupper

Did you know April is National Florida Tomato Month?  Fresh tomatoes are in abundance in spring, and Florida is the second largest tomato producer in the country, producing about 50% of the country’s fresh tomatoes!  Tomatoes are high in vitamin C, Vitamin A, fat-free, low in sodium and satisfy 10 percent of your daily potassium needs. Not …

Desserts featured National Pie Championships recipe Sunday Dinner

Sittin’ On A Sandbar Key Lime Pie #SundaySupper

March 20th was the official start of Spring this year, and what better way to celebrate than by whipping up some citrus treats! Key Limes vs. Regular Limes Being from Florida, we have an over-abundance of citrus, but it’s the tiny, tart Key Lime that takes center stage in this citrusy, spring treat.  However, Key Limes …

featured recipe Sides & Salads

Sesame Wedge Salad with Key Lime Vinaigrette & Pickled Green Tomatoes #SundaySupper

Up until a couple of months ago, I’d never tried a “wedge” salad. Granted, it’s only iceberg lettuce and toppings, but iceberg has never thrilled me, so I’ve never ordered or made one. Then, came lunch at the Dogfish Head Brew Pub and all that changed. With heirloom grape tomatoes, Applewood smoked bacon, and goat …

Desserts featured recipe

Baking with Booze: Bourbon-Chocolate-Espresso Cupcakes with Bourbon Buttercream & Candied Bacon

Lately, on Facebook, I’ve seen several people post the status, “Everyone who knows me, knows I love_______.” I guess the purpose is to see how many people really “know” you, but there is no way I can post this as my status, because my entire page would fill up with “Beer,” “Wine,” “Bourbon,” “Vodka,”…and any other …

featured Kid-Tested Mains recipe Sunday Dinner

Mom’s Swiss Steak

Growing up, my mom would frequently make what she called Swiss Steak.  At the time, I had no idea why she called it that, because no part of it seemed “Swiss” to me.  Seriously, when I think “Swiss,” I think cheese and chocolate, and neither were in this dish.  The cuts of round or cube …

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