Arnold, MD

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Serving Washington, DC, Baltimore, Annapolis, Alexandria County, Montgomery County, Anne Arundel County, Prince Georges County, Howard County, Charles County and the surrounding areas.

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July 16, 2018

I know you can eat chicken salad all year, but I always crave it in the summer. The Waldorf chicken salad is a pretty classic style of this dish. I like to put it on an open faced bagel with a good piece of cheese on top and toast it for a chicken salad melt. It is also delicious on some greens as a salad. 

If the nuts and fruit aren't your style when it comes to chicken salad give something else try. Avocado and goat cheese with the chicken would be delicio...

August 17, 2017

I have been making different versions of this recipe for clients over the past month or so, finally I decided to give it a try at home since we have so many tomatoes and so much basil in our garden. It's a wonderful recipe because you just throw everything in one baking pan and stick it in the oven until it's done. Couldn't get more simple then that really. You can choose to serve the dish with pretty much anything. I chose green beans and quinoa. You could...

January 3, 2016

I had both butternut squash and a pomegranate in my house that were going to go bad soon. I wanted to use them for dinner, but didn't want to create the same things I always do. That is how this recipe came about. I thought that with some caramelized onions, white wine and a little bit of butter to finish them off it would be delicious. My husband sure thought it was and now I am making it for clients as well. Add some extra butternut squash and you almost...

January 11, 2015

I think a lot of people get scared of cooking Asian food because it isn't something that they are familiar with. When your family wanted Thai or Chinese food growing up, you most likely ordered from your favorite local restaurant. I will be the first to admit I am no expert at using a wok, although it would be interesting to learn how to use it correctly. However, I have found a number of Thai dishes that are very simple, packed with flavor and they save yo...

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