Category Archive: Entrees

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Mar 29

Scrambled eggs benedict with roasted artichokes and pancetta


Eggs benedict are great for brunch. The biggest problem, however, is all that egg poaching. What a pain! And to top it off, you also have to make a Hollondaise sauce, which isn’t super easy. When I came across this recipe for scrambled eggs benedict, I thought “genius!”

Mar 07

Corned beef and cabbage


My mom’s family is Irish. Well, Boston Irish. But that means every year on St. Patrick’s Day growing up, there’d be boiled corned beef and cabbage for dinner.

Sep 29

Apple, brie and spinach quesadillas

Everyone knows quesadillas are delicious. But sometimes they need to be changed up a bit.

Sep 27

Sweet potato raviolis with lemon-sage brown butter

Happy autumn, everyone! I feel like I got a late start this year, as I spent the last couple of weeks on vacation in places where it's eternal summer. Typically I like to start cooking fall recipes the day after Labor Day.

Sep 01

Healthier macaroni and cheese

It's back-to-school time for all you parents out there. Well, those of you with school-age children. I'm not quite there yet. Anyhoo, I'm guessing back-to-school means schedules get crazier and bedtimes get earlier. It's probably tough trying to get a healthy, filling meal on the table for dinner. Something that your kids will actually eat.

Jul 21

Grilled chicken with peach bourbon sauce

Ah, summertime. Produce fresh from the fields, weather perfect for outdoor grilling. Come January I'm going to look back at this recipe just to remember a better time of year. It'll be like a mini vacation.

Jun 27

Rosemary fried chicken

For some reason, cold fried chicken always sounds like the greatest summer picnic food.

Jun 22

Rocket dogs

Need a quick, easy, kid-friendly, delicious AND patriotic treat to serve at your 4th of July party? Try rocket dogs!

Jun 10

Chicken caesar club sandwich

This sandwich is perfect for dinner when you just don't want to cook. Maybe it's too hot, because it's summer (you listening, Mother Nature?). Maybe you've got to shuttle the kids to various games/meetings/activities. Or maybe you just don't feel like it. Or maybe it's July 4th, which, as all of America knows, is National …

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May 25

Guacamole salad

My countdown to summer begins December 26 every year. Autumn, I love. The holidays are full of fun. But winter? Yuck.

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