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Level Up Your Brunch Game with my Three-Green Shakshuka

Level Up Your Brunch Game with my Three-Green Shakshuka

If you love brunch foods as much as I do, shakshuka is a dish you'll have to try at home! Now that my friends and I are all vaccinated, I can't wait to pick up where we left off with Sunday brunches and mimosas. As we welcome spring with open arms and everything...

Crispy Shrimp Tacos

Crispy Shrimp Tacos

I absolutely love Mexican food. What better way to showcase all kinds of bright and beautiful fruits and vegetables than with shrimp tacos! The key to any taco dish is getting your hands on fresh corn tortillas and of course, homemade guacamole. The light, crisp...

The Best Easter Recipes 2021

The Best Easter Recipes 2021

Easter is the perfect excuse to cook the ultimate Springtime feast, and of course break out all of my favorite floral tops. To me, Easter means eating all of the delicious greens, deviled eggs, and glazed ham! For anyone who gave up their favorite foods for lent, this...

Cocktails
Cucumber Cilantro Tonic

Cucumber Cilantro Tonic

Now, more than ever, self-care is so important! My Cucumber Cilantro Tonic will make you feel like you're having a day at the spa, with an added splash of tequila 😉. There's something about the blend of cucumber, lime juice, and cilantro that puts my whole body at...

Kumquat Bellini

Kumquat Bellini

Kumquats are a seasonal fall and winter fruit but many of us never use them in cooking! What do you do with them anyway?  I’ve developed these recipes that I know you’ll love. This grape-sized fruit is in the citrus family.  They have a hint of sweetness. You can eat...

Manhattan with Spiced Brandied Cherries

Manhattan with Spiced Brandied Cherries

On a cold winter night, what could be better than sitting by the fire drinking a Manhattan with spiced brandied cherries? My hubby and I love classic cocktails, but of course I put in a twist by making my own brandied cherries. You can of course go buy some, but I...

Hors D’Oeuvres
Grilled Artichokes with Remoulade

Grilled Artichokes with Remoulade

Grilled artichokes are one of life's simple pleasures. Artichokes can be so much fun to eat! I brush them with butter and garlic and grill them to get a wonderful smoky flavor. You can't have grilled artichokes without a rich, tangy dipping sauce like remoulade! Since...

Crostini with Herbed Ricotta and Candied Kumquats

Crostini with Herbed Ricotta and Candied Kumquats

Crostini originated when poor Italian peasants used bread to eat their food off of instead of plates, because they didn't have any! It was often stale and had to be soaked in a liquid to make it edible. Today, you can find crostini around the world, served as small...

Entrées
Crispy Shrimp Tacos

Crispy Shrimp Tacos

I absolutely love Mexican food. What better way to showcase all kinds of bright and beautiful fruits and vegetables than with shrimp tacos! The key to any taco dish is getting your hands on fresh corn tortillas and of course, homemade guacamole. The light, crisp...

Cornish Hens with Wild Rice, Leeks, and Mushrooms

Cornish Hens with Wild Rice, Leeks, and Mushrooms

I love to cook with Cornish hens. The taste is very similar to chicken, but slightly more delicate and tender. For a beautiful main dish to serve your guests, I love to stuff Cornish hens with a medley of wild rice, mushrooms, herbs, and toasted almonds. The rice...

Coconut Curry Spiced Red Snapper

Coconut Curry Spiced Red Snapper

Look at those colors! Have you ever heard the expression, "eat with your eyes?" That's what I was aiming for with this recipe. The bright colors of the fish, curry sauce, and fresh herbs complement each other to create a visually appealing dish that you just want to...

Desserts
Blackberry Crème Brûlée

Blackberry Crème Brûlée

If you really want to impress your dinner guests, torch your crème brûlée right at the table! This classic French treat, aka burnt cream, is a rich custard topped with hardened caramelized sugar. The best part about eating crème brûlée is cracking through that layer...

Passover Macaroons

Passover Macaroons

Coconut macaroons are the quintessential passover dessert! Not to be confused with the French-style pastry made with almond meal,  coconut macaroons are baked with shredded coconut, beaten egg whites, and sweetened condensed milk. They're naturally gluten-free which...

The Best Passover Lemon Meringue Pie

The Best Passover Lemon Meringue Pie

This tart and buttery Lemon Meringue Pie is at the top of my dessert list. When it comes to lemony desserts, I can't get enough. Whether you're keeping kosher for passover or looking to go gluten-free this year, my Lemon Meringue Pie recipe is all kinds of decadent. I...

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