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Asian flavorings can provide so many minimal yet wonderful additions to rather ordinary foods. This vegetable-loaded chicken stew is spicy and tastes very rich.
Although there are many versions of grape leaves served across the Mediterranean, these grape leaves are inspired by Greece.
This is a super-quick and easy spicy dish. Perfect if you are tired of your plain ole chicken and want a little kick!
These meatballs started out in my mind as kebabs; however, I thought the consistency would be a better fit as meatballs. Great served over some spiraled root veggies or spaghetti squash.
This gluten free shrimp cake was inspired by my love of crab cakes and my husband’s distaste for crab (Right? Who doesn’t like crab?!). Well, I was pleasantly surprised with this creation! If you are not a curry fan, change up the spices for a different twist.
Who needs the tortillas when you have so many fresh flavors coming together in these not-so-traditional tacos? Pop open a gluten free beer and imagine you’re at the beach (or maybe you really are…in which case, I’m jealous!).
I ate my first Crabcake Benedict in 1992 in the Washington D.C. area. I fell in love…I can even remember where I sitting up at the bar that day! This is my homage to that most perfect brunch.