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WRITTEN ON Tuesday, May 12th, 2009 BY Meredith AND STORED IN Dinner, Fish and Shellfish

ShareI try to serve fish at least one night a week.  My husband is way healthier than most men I know; that said, left to his own devices, he’d happily eat some combination of flank steak, pork tenderloin and chicken for every meal.  If you know someone that fits the same bill, try these swordfish […]


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WRITTEN ON Monday, May 11th, 2009 BY Meredith AND STORED IN Chick peas, Dinner, Middle Eastern, No really, what IS for lunch?, Turkey, Vegetarian

ShareWeeknight meals should strike a balance between healthy and quick.  Especially Monday.  I’m usually still full from my “weekend eating” by Monday night.  That’s why these Greek turkey burgers are such a staple around here.  They’re made with only breast meat turkey (the regular ground turkey actually has about as much fat as lean ground […]


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WRITTEN ON Thursday, May 7th, 2009 BY Meredith AND STORED IN Uncategorized

ShareHi everyone!  This has been an absolutely insane week.  I just wanted to let you all know that I’m so thankful for all the positive feedback and I haven’t forgotten about you, I promise!  Check back Sunday for a new post, and one every day next week.  In the meantime, why not use these next […]


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WRITTEN ON Tuesday, May 5th, 2009 BY Meredith AND STORED IN Appetizer, Mexican, Tomatoes, Vegetarian

ShareI could not get out of my own way today. It was just…one of those. So here I am, posting my planned Cinco de Mayo recipe so late on the fifth that most of you won’t see it until tomorrow anyway. To boot, its pouring rain here. On my way home I passed long lines […]


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WRITTEN ON Monday, May 4th, 2009 BY Meredith AND STORED IN Dinner, Italian, Pasta, Pork

ShareIf this isn’t the favorite Sunday dinner in our house, it’s definitely in the top three. There’s nothing better than fresh pasta, and this combination of ingredients is rustic and comforting. The broccoli rabe is slightly bitter, set off perfectly by the sweet yellow raisins. The sausage is savory and has just a hint of […]


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