Tag archive for "cilantro"

Breakfast

Kiddo’s Breakfast Tortillas

5 Comments 16 January 2015

Let’s see a show of hands, parents, for those of you with picky eaters at home. You can include spouses in that if you like, but I think we all know I really mean the kids. While I don’t have any magical advice that’s going to suddenly get your kids to love varied and healthier […]

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Main Course, Pork, Sandwiches

Pork Meatball Banh Mi

1 Comment 23 July 2014

I recently saw a cartoon somewhere on the internet that made fun of the, um, I guess you could call it “flowery language”, that food bloggers tend to use. Eh, I kind of know what they’re referring to, and I’ve even been called out before on Twitter by online friends for some of my descriptions. […]

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Appetizers, Main Course, Seafood & Fish, Sides

Tropical Shrimp & Scallop Ceviche

2 Comments 10 July 2014

Thanks to making this recipe, I now know how to pronounce “ceviche”. A friend and I looked it up and found on of those voice recorded pronunciation deals via Google. I’m no pronunciation writer or anything, but it sounds like Seh-vee-chay. Hope that helped. If not, I apologize. Moving along! Things that drew me to […]

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Salads

Edamame & Orange Salad

3 Comments 19 March 2014

I love edamame (aka good ‘ole soybeans), but my experience with it never went beyond the appetizer basket we’d order at the sushi place sometimes. Warm, lightly salted and still in their pods, the pea-green beans spit out easily and are kind of the al dente version of the bean world. Of course, I’ve never […]

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Main Course, Seafood & Fish

Mustard-Maple Roasted Salmon

No Comments 17 January 2014

While cruising around for ideas, I stumbled on this recipe as part of Food Network’s annual January tradition of peppering their site with mostly healthy options. I loooooove me some salmon and in 2012 we tried a different recipe roasting it in the oven (or maybe it was more with the oven’s broiler, anywho) and […]

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Sides

Garlic Cilantro Lime Rice

3 Comments 02 August 2013

Rice is a little like chicken in that you can’t have too many delicious ways to prepare it. But also delicious ways that are, yep, easy. On one hand, this Pioneer Woman recipe is a really easy recipe and it really is delicious. It’s also versatile with the flavors it produces and could go with […]

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Soups

Summer Vegetable Chili

1 Comment 28 June 2013

Even though it’s hot enough to melt the shoes right off my feet, I still love the ease and simplicity of a good soup, stew or chili. Normally these are Fall and Winter fare, but just because the seasons have changed, doesn’t mean we can’t use something that can stretch a little over a busy […]

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Main Course, Poultry

Chicken Tikka Masala

6 Comments 30 January 2013

Just down the street from my office is a great little Indian restaurant that serves a nice, affordable buffet lunch. While some days I probably drink enough water with my meal to fill up Lake Michigan because their dishes are usually hotter than a desert at high noon, I can’t deny my tongue’s dubious longing […]

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