Potatoes Alfredo —

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Chile Cheese Bake

Chili Cheese Bake

Poblano Chile Enchildas are one of our favorite meals. But they are a little time intensive. Recently, I had roasted a batch of beautiful poblano chiles but ran out of steam to make enchiladas. So, I cheated. I chopped the chiles, chopped some corn tortillas, and mixed those up with the shredded cheese, sour cream, […]

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Baked Pears with Ginger Crumble

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A few weeks ago Joy the Baker shared these beautiful peach cobblers. She rocks when it comes to putting beautiful things on a plate. And she always has such great ideas! Since I didn’t have peaches, and quite honestly, don’t like cooked peaches, I decided to make something different. Baked Pears! Henry’s had organic pears […]

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Cilantro Shrimp Pasta

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The other night I was looking for a dish that was light and refreshing. And preferably one that was going to supplement some of the vitamins and minerals I seem to be deficient of. Shrimp, a source of vitamin D, sounded great and I had plenty of fresh cilantro to experiment with. While some of […]

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Asian Composed Salad

Asian Composed Salad

One of our family’s favorite meals is an Asian-flavored Chicken Salad, that throw back to the nineties that was so very popular. It seems every restaurant had a version of an Asian Chicken Salad. And now, it seems like every restaurant still does. These are flavors that have found a place in our hearts. And […]

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I’m Here, Really: Updates from FishMama’s Kitchen

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You may have noticed that I’ve been a little quiet lately. Time is just slipping away from me! The last month has just flown by. But, I’m here — and I’ve got all kinds of recipes just waiting to be posted. This past week, I had my first complete physical — ever. You know, full […]

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A Quick-Fix Dinner (What’s On Your Plate?)

Tri-tip Steak Quick Fix

This week I’ve had a lot of things on my plate, figuratively speaking: A big time dejunking session A concerted effort to feed increasingly growing, and therefore hungry, children A complete physical and blood work-up at the doc A dose of school planning for the new year Monday I spent 2 hours at the doctor’s […]

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A Trip to Ty’s Burger House (What’s On Your Plate?)

Burger House dinner

Date nights are those occasions when hubs and I experiment with new restaurants. Since there are just two of us, we can try a new place out, keep the bill at a manageable level — and still enjoy some peaceful alone time. Over the last year we’ve tried to bust out of our standard Chipotle/Chick-Fil-A […]

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Creating a Sandwich Bar on a Budget

Sandwich Bar

Offering a sandwich bar for dinner is a great way to feed a crowd on a budget. Here are some tasty ideas to include in your build your own sandwich bar.

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Mr. Mom, Rice Sticks & What’s On Your Plate?

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Years ago I was a TV junkie. My parents got HBO and a VCR when I was in third grade — and I never looked back. I taped every film I couldn’t watch and my siblings and I watched and rewatched the ones we taped. This was thirty years ago, back in the dark ages, […]

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