Broiled Grouper Parmesean

Delicious prep for grouper or chilean sea bass, Broiled Grouper Parmesan from Allrecipes.com. The parmesan cheese mixture provides a nice finish for the fish. Who says fish at home can’t be great! Right! Enjoy.

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Roasted Garlic Parmesan Cauliflower

Best cauliflower recipe we have come across. The breadcrumbs and parmesan cheese make this Roasted Garlic Parmesan Cauliflower from Crunchy Creamy Sweet melt in your mouth delicious! We took the second option to assemble, just throw it all in together and mix it up. The breading mixture adheres nicely to the cauliflower for a very flavorful finish. Enjoy!

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Honey Chicken

Easy, delicious chicken option from Salt and Lavender, Honey Chicken. The soy sauce, apple cider vinegar, honey and chicken broth make for a delicious sauce for the chicken. All this COVID cooking, this gives you another option for a weeknight meal! Enjoy.

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Roasted Apples and Cauliflower with Dill

This is a favorite for sure and a must try because it is so different. From A Couple of Cooks, Roasted Apples and Cauliflower with Dill. We ordered 4 apples from the grocery, 4 bags were delivered. Nonetheless, we had to get busy finding recipes with apples! Entrees, side dishes and desserts! This one is a keeper. The simplicity of the recipe and the robust flavors it delivers is very unique. Oh and the dill! Enjoy!

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Almond Crusted Chicken with Arugula Salad

Easy summer dinner from Real Simple magazine, Almond Crusted Chicken with Arugula Salad. Loved the flavor of the almond flour and sesame seeds, made for a delicious crust for the chicken. Loved the pairing of the shaved brussel sprouts, arugula and the light olive oil and lemon dressing. Great summer weeknight meal. Enjoy.

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Honey Garlic Shrimp Skillet

All in one skillet yum! This Honey Garlic Shrimp Skillet is from the Cooking Jar and offers a simple and delicious entree with great flavors of honey, ginger and garlic. Great weeknight protein ensemble, so easy and delicious. Enjoy!

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Honey Garlic Glazed Salmon

Yummy salmon recipe from The Chunky Chef, Honey Garlic Glazed Salmon. Delicious flavors with the garlic, honey, soy sauce, sriracha and lemon juice. Very simple to prepare. Served it with roasted brussel sprouts and cauliflower mash! Bon Appetit!

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Epic Dry Rubbed Baked Chicken Wings

When your order chicken breasts from Costco and they sub in chicken wings you have to get creative with the many wings you get!  So tried this gem out tonight and it’s a keeper,  Epic Dry Rubbed Baked Chicken Wings from the Chunky Chef!  Chunky Chef these are rightly named!  Epic!  A Keeper!  Enjoy!

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Raymond Beurre Blanc

An absolutely wonderful sauce recipe to share from the Food Network courtesey of Alton Brown, oh so good Raymond Beurre Blanc. We served this delicious sauce over roasted chicken breasts, did I say oh so good, but what would not be delicious with 12 tablespoons of butter! Enjoy. Bon Appetite.

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No Noodle Cheesy Spinach Lasagna

I saw this on the Today Show some weeks ago. Joy Bauer was preparing this No Noodle Cheesy Spinach Lasagna and we just had to try it. Totally worth it and definitely in the rotation. Delicious cheesy mixture of the ricotta and mozzarella, coupled with the spinach. I added a tsp of nutmeg. Delicious.

Prior to roasting, I allowed the eggplant to sit for 20 minutes to drain the moisture out. Slice the eggplant, place on paper towels, score slightly, salt and add more paper towels on top. Allow to sit for 20 minutes. Amazing how much liquid comes out. Same with the grape tomatoes, sliced them early and allowed them to drain awhile. You won’t have the water build up when you eat the leftovers!

Enjoy! Bon Appetit!

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