Frittata with Vegetables

May 19, 2015

I love frittata! Being Italian, I was raised that any food can be added to eggs in the morning or made into a frittata.  My mother would make frittata with vegetables, leftover meats or deli meats, we would eat the frittata as a side dish at dinner or in the morning as an easy “grab and go”.  My […]

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Healthy Stuffed French Toast with Raspberries

May 7, 2015

Every year for Mother’s Day, my children make this healthy stuffed French toast with raspberries for me.  I found the recipe long ago, made some modifications and then asked them to make it, on their own, and I have loved it ever since.  My children usually use only fresh raspberries but you can add blackberries or strawberries […]

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Mexican Rice Recipe Perfect for Cinco de Mayo

May 4, 2015

With Cinco de Mayo tomorrow, I wanted to continue sharing my Mexican themed (Chili Colorado, Salsa, Homemade Beans, Jicama Salad) recipes and finish with my recipe for Mexican rice.  Here is another super easy recipe for Mexican rice that originated from my sister-in-law and while I put my own spin on it, all credits go to her. I […]

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Amazing Salsa from a Can

April 23, 2015

I know it sounds silly to make a homemade salsa from a can of tomatoes but I promise you it works!  I have been making a ton of Mexican themed dinners to prepare for a Cinco de Mayo celebration, here are a few recipes I have already shared Chili Colorado, homemade salsa and black beans. Again it was […]

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Chili Colorado Homemade

April 21, 2015

Growing up on the east coast and in an Italian household, I never heard of Cinco de Mayo or indulged in the celebration of the day.  As an adult and living in California I can say when the end of April approaches, “Cinco de Mayo is in the air”!  I recognize that it’s still a […]

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Homemade Split Pea Soup in a Crockpot

April 8, 2015

What do you do with your leftover ham from the holiday?  My mom would always be creative with her leftovers and one of my favorite meals she made with her leftover ham was when she’d coat it in breadcrumbs and fry it, it was always delicious.  For me, I knew I would make ham sandwiches and I also knew I’d […]

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Raw Broccoli Salad

March 18, 2015

Lately I have found myself drawn to cold broccoli salads which is a good thing and a bad thing.  The good thing about broccoli is that it is a great vegetable to eat with many nutrients (click here to learn more about broccoli), it’s especially great to eat raw…so what’s the bad part about broccoli salad??  Most […]

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Irish Soda Bread…perfect for Saint (St.) Patrick’s Day

March 12, 2015

I’m reposting this one as it’s a great recipe for St. Patricks Day… Saint (St.) Patrick’s Day was never a big holiday in my Italian household but it was always a great day for me because of my mom.  My mom had always made St. Patrick’s Day special for me because I was her only […]

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Pork Loin with Spicy Drizzle

February 18, 2015

Bringing in the New Year for 2014 was really amazing and one year I will never forget…one of my favorite memories was being around kind hearted people and people that love to cook. There was a pork loin that was prepared by Anthony who is an engineer by day and an amazing cook at night, every time […]

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Red Velvet Cheesecake for Valentines

February 12, 2015

Love is in the air…you can fine Valentines day reminders everywhere, you can not even walk into the market without seeing red heart shaped boxes filled with chocolate, long stemmed red roses and red, red, red everywhere! I found some interesting facts regarding Valentines Day, according to the American Greetings Corporation, about 1 billion Valentine’s […]

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