Herbed Egg Salad

October 3, 2014
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For me, egg salad has always the most boring of the boring-est foods. It was a fairly bland affair that I always thought of as simply a way to use up leftover eggs. It always appeared immediately after Easter and I never, ever looked forward to it. Most of the egg salads I’ve ever had […]

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Pinto Beans with Fresh Tomato Relish

September 30, 2014
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Welcome to the next in our Progressive Eats series! If you remember, Progressive Eats is a group of bloggers that started in July with Summer in the South, continued in August with Summer Barbecue, and this month we’re bringing you Tex-Mex hosted by Milisa of Miss in the Kitchen! If you’re wondering what “progressive eats” means, it’s […]

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Alpine Eggs

September 26, 2014
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For most of my life, my idea of a really enjoyable breakfast always included eggs. Scrambled, fried, poached, boiled…it didn’t matter as long as there were eggs on the plate. But, somewhere along the way, my tastes changed. I got to a point that I didn’t like scrambled eggs at all and fried eggs weren’t […]

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Italian Marinated Chicken with Garlic Toast

September 24, 2014
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I was compensated by Tyson Foods to write this post. All opinions are 100% my own. I have something a little bit different and a whole lot of fun for you today. When I recently started working on creating a few new recipes for Tyson Fresh Chicken, I knew that I wanted to include something […]

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Italian Sausage, White Bean, and Spinach Soup

September 19, 2014
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If I had to declare my favorite thing to cook, it would undoubtedly be soup. Soups of all kinds. From thin, watery broths to rich, thick almost-stews. I like them all. They can cool you down in summer or warm you in winter. They make you feel better when you’re under the weather and can […]

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Grilled Buffalo Chicken Wrap

September 16, 2014
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I was compensated by Tyson Foods to write this post. All opinions are 100% my own. If you saw the post from last week with the Asian Style Barbecue Chicken Sandwich recipe, you’ll know that I’ve been working recently with Tyson® Fresh Chicken to create recipes for the grill using their products. Today, I’m bringing […]

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Ham and Black Bean Summer Salad

September 12, 2014
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Can you feel it? It’s in the air. The end of summer. Labor Day is past, the days are getting shorter, and football season is underway. Definitely the end of summer. I always hate to see summer go. Those long, sunny, lazy days are my favorite time of year. So before we say goodbye once […]

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