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Oct 10

Asiago-Bruschetta Burgers

  With some delicious inspiration from my garden and Sartori Cheese, I whipped up the best tasting burger I’ve had in a long time! Asiago-Bruschetta BurgersServes 4Ingredients:1 pound ground beef (90% lean)3 large tomatoes, quartered½ glove garlic2 tablespoons chopped red onion½ cup fresh basil leaves1 teaspoon balsamic vinegar1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil4, 1-ounce slices Asiago cheese (Sartori Rosemary & Olive Oil Asiago recommended)4 whole-wheat rollsKosher salt and Freshly grated black…

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Oct 04

Perfecting Homemade Pizza

About 4 years ago I decided that Friday night would be pizza night in our house. I’ve been experimenting with recipes ever since. The dough, the toppings, the cooking method. With inspiration from this Tyler Florence recipe I have come up with the perfect formula for whole wheat dough – toss on some fresh sauce and seasonal toppings and dinner is ready is less than 30 minutes. From scratch pizza…

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Sep 04

The Best Salsa You’ve Ever Had Is 2 Minutes Away

Ok – I have no choice but to be tomato-obsessed this time of year. Fresh salsa is always delicious but a little time consuming to do all that chopping. Here is my answer – get out the food processor. Start with fresh tomatoes (please note, my daughter’s little fingers stealing them faster than I can pick ’em!). Process red onion, jalapeno pepper and garlic first to give them a head…

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Aug 23

Top Tomato Tips (and Recipes!)

My garden is bursting with all kinds of tomatoes. What to do (and not do) with all of them?! What a lovely dilemma! 1) Make Tomato Jam – Serve with sharp cheddar and crusty bread. 2) Try the ugly ones. Sometimes the tastiest tomatoes are the bizarre looking ones. See my Heirloom Tomato Taste Test 3) Experiment! You know tomatoes taste fabulous with basil, but they’re just as delish with…

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Aug 14

EZ Side Dishes: Corn, Tomato and Zucchini Saute

This low calorie dish is bursting with summer flavors. Heat a drizzle of olive oil in a large skillet. Add sliced zucchini and corn kernels (just cut off the cob); season with salt, pepper and fresh oregano. Cook for 6 to 8 minutes until veggies are tender. Turn off heat — add cherry tomatoes and fresh basil. Serve warm or at room temp.

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Aug 09

Asian Cucumber Salad

With so many cukes coming in from my garden, this 3-ingredient recipe is a family favorite. It’s inspired by the best gardener I know, my mother-in-law. Serve as a side dish and stack leftovers on sandwiches and wraps.  Asian Cucumber SaladServes 66 cups sliced thinly cucumbers2 teaspoons toasted sesame seeds2 tablespoons low sodium soy sauce or tamariPinch kosher salt Freshly ground black pepper to tasteCombine ingredients in a large bowl;…

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Aug 06

Giveaway: Nature Valley Protein Crunchy Granola

It’s giveaway day! Enter to win a bag of the new Nature Valley Protein Crunchy Granola and a Nature Valley mug! Breakfast is served 😉 My Top 5 Ways to Use Granola1)    Sprinkled over oatmeal2)    Mixed in to cookie dough3)    Mixed with Greek yogurt (*great for post workout)4)    Placed atop muffins before baking5)    Scattered over a veggie-filled saladTo WIN!Leave me a comment by 10am Wednesday August 7th, 2013 and let…

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Jul 31

Beet Chips with Goat Cheese Guacamole

A forever favorite of the delicious pairings in foodie’s eyes might be that of beets and goat cheese. Tangy, creamy goat cheese paired with a sweet, earthy beet provides a flavor profile that makes the taste buds giggle and hungry hands reach for more bites. While enjoying the summer months, why not keep on enjoying this winning combo as a reinvention of a picnic favorite: chips and guacamole. But not…

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Jul 26

Weekend Project – Pickled Veggies

Are all those cukes and other fresh summer veggies piling up in your kitchen? Then it’s time for homemade pickles. These recipes for refrigerator pickles could not be easier and the final product can be enjoyed with all kinds of summertime foods. Burgers, fish tacos, sandwiches – just to name a few. HOMEMADE PICKLE RECIPES

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Jul 23

Cooking With Kids: Fun in the Kitchen

     One of the best ways to get your little ones to eat better is to get them involved (there’s research to prove it)! From the garden, to the grocery store, to the kitchen …. giving the kiddos some control over what they’re eating can make all the difference! 10 Kid-Friendly Cooking Jobs Sprinkle cheese on tacos & pizza Play “name that veggie” at the farmers’ market Let them…

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