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Bacon Jalapeno Deviled Eggs

I really love deviled eggs. I’ve been on a hiatus of making them though for the past 5 years or so because my husband is so weird about eggs. However, we had a party over Christmas and I knew these would be a hit. I got the idea from a friend who brought these to […]

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Gluten Free Sausage Sage Stuffing

Many of you know I’ve been exploring Paleo eating, and for a long time I’ve tried to limit my unhealthy carbs (bleached flour, pasta, etc). This stuffing recipe, filled with sausage, roasted sweet potatoes, apples and almonds, will not leave you missing your traditional bread stuffing. This is the dish I’ve been hitting for leftovers […]

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Orange Oregano Maple Smoked Chicken Thighs

When thinking of cooking over planks, many people think of “Cedar planked Salmon”, and that is a great way to cook fish. But let’s not limit ourselves only to fish- as everything tastes better kissed with the smoke from wood grill planks! Plus, it makes for an awesome presentation at the table! Chicken thighs are […]

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Roasted Acorn Squash & Arugula Salad With Goat Cheese and Italian Sausage (and My Cookbook Club Debut)

Ever feel like you are in a Culinary Cooking rut? Like when you have stacks of recipes piled up you want to try, but when it comes time to get dinner on the table, you retreat to the same old, same old? It was for this very reason that I decided to start a “Cookbook […]

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Italian Sausage Pretzel Dogs

Pretzel bread is all the rage these days- so much so I was able to find pretzel buns at my local Publix bakery! Beer and Pretzels are a match made in heaven (I learned this first hand as a German exchange student oh so many moons ago) so I thought, what would be better for […]

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Scoring Q And Drinking Brew: The Quick Guide To Craft Beer Tailgating

Whether it’s the sound of crashing helmets, spectacular catches in the end zone, or the glorious flavor combination of a corn dog loaded down with mustard, football is back and our life is wonderful again.  As much as we all enjoy what happens on the field, even fans of a bad team can enjoy the […]

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how to make cedar planked salmon on the big green egg

Cedar Planked Salmon on the Big Green Egg

There’s nothing as good as wild sockeye salmon cooked on cedar or alder planks over lump charcoal. The salmon gets slowly smoked on the wood, while also absorbing the smoke of your charcoal. If I died and went to heaven, I imagine it would smell like this. You get such great flavor from cooking them […]

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