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Greek Shrimp Skewers #SundaySupper

February 25, 2018

Who is planning on watching some award shows this spring? Starting with the Oscars next week, there will be plenty on TV.  My personal favorite is the Country Music Awards but don’t tell my teenagers as that is not the type of music they listen to. Since it’s award show season, the Sunday Supper tastemakers […]

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Asian Cauliflower Rice Shrimp Bowls #SundaySupper

January 21, 2018

I have been on a cauliflower kick lately. Since I totally indulged during the holidays, I have been counting my calories and trying to watch what I eat, get to the gym, yadda, yadda, yadda. You know the drill. Since cauliflower is a healthy vegetable that fills you up a little more than most veggies, […]

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Roasted Shrimp and Asparagus Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette #SundaySupper

March 19, 2017

I was really happy when I found out that the Sunday Supper tastemakers would be displaying easy spring recipes this week. I need the reminder that warmer weather and fresh produce will be here soon. We had a great winter but now that it’s almost spring, mother nature has been playing some tricks on us. Snow and ice […]

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One Pan Shrimp and Asparagus Linguini #SundaySupper

February 5, 2017

Why go out to a crowded restaurant on Valentine’s Day when you can make this easy shrimp and linguini dinner at home? You are only 30 minutes away to this perfect dinner for two! Valentine’s day is right around the corner and I am thinking of all the dinners I can cook. Since it’s on a week night […]

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Saucy Shrimp with Zucchini Noodles & Crispy Prosciutto

May 22, 2015
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It’s time to get saucy and make some shrimp and zoodles! What are zoodles may you ask? It’s the new fresh food trend. Zucchini gets spiralized so they look like thin noodles. My husband doesn’t like the word zoodles or zucchini noodles. He insists that they are not noodles and you should not call them that. I think otherwise […]

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Preserved Lemon and Caper Shrimp

March 11, 2015
Preserved Lemon and Caper Shrimp

I jumped on the scale the other day and thought someone was playing a joke on me. I turned quickly and thought my husband or son had their foot on the edge on the scale. There was no foot to be found. Husband? Son? Daughter? Dog? Nope! Just me and my big ole butt. How could […]

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Spicy Shrimp Tacos

February 18, 2014
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There are certain foods that I could eat all the time. Shrimp is one of them. Give me some seafood and I am a happy camper. While shrimp tacos seem more like a summer food, I am patiently waiting for this terrible winter to end. Thinking about eating something on the patio just makes me […]

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Grilled Pepperoni Pizza and Other No Oven Meals

September 13, 2013
pizza on the grill

When it comes to dinner, pizza is definitely one of my family’s top choices. We order pizza out quite a bit but my kids also love homemade pizza. So I couldn’t stop making it during our kitchen renovations. The grill is a perfect oven substitute when you don’t want to heat up your house. Check […]

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Shrimp and Artichoke Orzo

July 24, 2013
shrimp orzo bowl pot good

We have pasta for dinner often. I like it in every shape and size. As a kid, I would eat orzo and I would call them little footballs. It was a common pasta to have in chicken soup. As much as I love it, I sometimes forget about this cute little shaped pasta.  I often […]

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Creamy Shrimp Rigatoni On Food Fanatic

May 1, 2013
creamy shrimp pasta

Today I have some good news to share. I have a new gig as a contributor to Food Fanatic. This is a website for  anyone that loves food. I am happy to be part of this group of bloggers that create delicious recipes.  At Food Fanatic, you can find recipes, food photography, TV show reviews […]

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