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August 16, 2016

A week ago I needed to come up with a recipe for my large family reunion. I wanted something that most people would enjoy, could feed a crowd, had a summer flair and wouldn't cost me a bundle to make. After all, there were close to 60 people there. As is the case every summer, I had an abundance of tomatoes from my garden, so I wanted to come up with a way to use them. I have been roasting the tomatoes a lot lately. Although they are sweet enough this time...

December 21, 2015

I was recently asked to bring a dip to a friends house for a gathering. When I got to the grocery store they either didn't have what I needed or the produce just didn't look good for the recipes that I wanted to make. Like under ripe avocados. I was not going to serve hard, tasteless avocados. On my way to the store I had started to think about a salad dressing that I could make for a client's salad in the coming week, and a tomatillo ranch came to mind. So...

August 20, 2015

 We have all been there. You find out last minute that a friend is coming by to catch up or maybe you had something scheduled for weeks and you just completely forgot about it. Whatever the case may be, the situation leaves you scrambling for something that your guest(s) can munch on. After all, you don't want to drink that wine on an empty stomach. Here are two of my favorite go to dips. They both involve ingredients that you most likely already have aroun...

March 17, 2015

As we get closer and closer to strawberry season, it is fun to think about different ways to use them. Sure they are delicious just on their own, in desserts, smoothies or on salads. But what about making a savory dip out them to enjoy with your sangria outside as you relax after a long day. Doesn't that sound divine! As with all salsas or guacamole you can really customize this with your favorite flavors. You can serve with tortilla chips, pita chips or ev...

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