Arroz con Pollo

This Latin-style chicken and rice is comfort food at its finest. I chose to use a recipe from America’s Test Kitchen, which essentially means it will be fool proof and delicious. It may not be the quickest or easiest dish to make, but it is certainly worth the time and effort it takes to prepare. […]

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Vietnamese Bowl

As you can probably tell from my last few posts, I’ve been on a one-bowl meal kick lately. This colorful bowl tastes as good as it looks. I chose tofu for the protein, but salmon, shrimp or chicken would be delicious too. I usually like a spicy peanut sauce for bowls like this, but I […]

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Winston

Well, it has been a long while since I last published a post and I have a pretty cute reason why. Meet Winston Blevins, the newest member of our little family. We got him in June and he has brought a new sense of fun to our lives. We have been busy with his training, but things […]

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Salted Chocolate Cardamom Ganache

I love that this tart utilizes healthier sources for sweetness instead of granulated or brown sugar. Be warned, the crust smoked fiercely while baking (oil/syrup mixture dripping to the bottom of oven), so I would put a baking sheet under the tart. The crust did seem a little extra oily before baking, I think next time I […]

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