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  • VideoFirstleaf vs Winc – Wine Club Comparison Review
    Thinking of joining a wine club? It’s a great jumpstart if you want to immerse yourself into modern wine culture and helps you explore an assortment of brands and types of wine.  In this article, we’re comparing two popular wine clubs, Firstleaf vs Winc, and we’ll help you decide which... Read more »
  • Complete Guide To Tequila
    Introduction Tequila has many meanings to people all over the world. Regardless of how you prefer your tequila, it is a versatile spirit that can easily be enjoyed whenever, wherever, and however you want. With over 300 separate characteristics, tequila has a depth of aromas and flavors that can be... Read more »
  • Best Whiskey Smoker Kit
    On the hunt for a good whiskey smoker kit? There are many different types of smoking tools and kits available online to complete your very own bartending nook at home. Here are some of the best whiskey smoker brands we recommend. How Does A Whiskey Smoker Work? A whiskey (cocktail)... Read more »
  • Gummy Bear Shot Recipe
    Candies like the classic multi-colored gummy bears are timeless favorites. Their sweet, juicy, and fruity flavors must’ve made your childhood fun and memorable. Now, the Gummy Bear Shot allows you to enjoy all of these familiar flavors with an interesting twist.  What Does A Gummy Bear Shot Taste Like? Interestingly,... Read more »
  • Jolly Rancher Shot Recipe
    You loved those classic Jolly Rancher candies as a kid, and you’ll surely love them again with the Jolly Rancher Shot. Reminisce happy childhood memories with your pals with this shot that you can make in just minutes. Why Is It Called A Jolly Rancher Shot The cocktail takes its... Read more »
  • Mexican Candy Shots Recipe
    Wanna go for a Mexican-themed fiesta? There’s no better way to enjoy after feasting on burritos and enchiladas than with the Mexican Candy Shot, whose explosion of flavors will definitely spice up the night.  What Does A Mexican Candy Shot Taste Like? This Mexican Candy Shot is a delightful, balanced... Read more »
  • Washington Apple Shot Recipe
    One can always draw the good out of something bad, and the distinct fruity flavor of the Washington Apple Shot is a fantastic example of that. But what’s the story behind this popular disco cocktail?   What Does A Washington Apple Shot Taste Like? The Washington Apple Shot is a fabulous,... Read more »



    Skinny Taste

  • Bacon-Wrapped Air Fryer Chicken Breast
    Want the juiciest chicken breasts? Make this easy Bacon-Wrapped Air Fryer Chicken Breast recipe! Just 2 ingredients not counting salt and pepper! Bacon-Wrapped Air Fryer Chicken Breast Chicken breasts can be a bit dry and unexciting. But if you want to kick them up a notch – just wrap them... Read more »
  • 7 Day Healthy Meal Plan (July 4-10)
    A free 7-day, flexible weight loss meal plan including breakfast, lunch and dinner ideas and a shopping list. All recipes include macros and links to WW recipe builder to get your personal points. 7 Day Healthy Meal Plan I hope everyone had a safe and happy 4th of July! Now... Read more »
  • Black Bean, Avocado, Cucumber and Tomato Salad
    A little lime and cilantro make this Black Bean, Avocado, Cucumber, and Tomato Salad a perfect companion for air fryer chicken breast, grilled chicken or steak. You can also serve this with chips as a dip, or serve it over grilled salmon. Black Bean, Avocado, Cucumber Tomato Salad My girlfriend... Read more »
  • Greek 7 Layer Dip
    This 7 Layer Greek Dip is layered with hummus and garlic-lemon Greek yogurt and topped with cucumbers, tomatoes, red onions, feta, and kalamata olives. Grab some pita chips and serve it at your next party! Greek 7 Layer Dip I love this Greek 7 Layer Dip for its Mediterranean flavors... Read more »
  • Air Fryer Baked Potato
    Air Fryer Baked Potatoes with crispy, salted skins and fluffy insides turn out perfectly at a fraction of the time it would take in the oven. Air Fryer Baked Potato This easy Air Fryer Baked Potato recipe is a blank slate. You can top it with almost anything from Greek... Read more »
  • 7 Day Healthy Meal Plan (June 27-July 3)
    A free 7-day, flexible weight loss meal plan including breakfast, lunch and dinner ideas and a shopping list. All recipes include macros and links to WW recipe builder to get your personal points. 7 Day Healthy Meal Plan Food, fun and fireworks! I can’t believe it is almost July 4th!... Read more »
  • Mexican-Inspired Grilled Corn Salad with Cotija
    Mexican-inspired Grilled Corn Salad made with grilled summer corn, Tajin (chili-lime seasoning) and cotija cheese, only made lighter with no mayo. Grilled Corn Salad with Cotija If you need some easy side dishes to make this summer, you’ll love this Grilled Corn Salad with Cotija. It’s inspired by elote, Mexican... Read more »




    smitten kitchen

  • summer ricotta with grilled vegetables
    Letter of recommendation: Make ricotta this summer. I was originally going to write “Ditch the burrata and make some ricotta this summer,” but neither wish to besmirch burrata nor do I plan to go tomato season without it. Should a burrata tree (it grows on trees, or must based on... Read more »
  • strawberry brita cake
    I first read about brita, pardon me, Brita-Kakku, cakes — described as a typical Finnish summer cake with a based of a butter cake with a meringue baked onto it, whipped cream, and fresh berries — a few years ago and was instantly mesmerized by not just by the delicious... Read more »
  • poolside sesame slaw
    I am very excited* to announce the opening day of what we call slaw season at the Smitten Kitchen. There is nothing better than a crunchy, lettuce-free, wilt-resistant salad in the summer, and I don’t just mean cabbage swimming in mayo. It could be broccoli or cauliflower, vegetables fine and... Read more »
  • double chocolate chip muffins
    Something I joke about when introducing a new muffin recipe (not this one!) in my new cookbook out this fall is the gap between the muffins we gaze at in a coffee shop case and those we make at home. Why is one towering, glossy and plush and the ones... Read more »
  • smitten kitchen keepers
    In early March 2020, I signed a contract to write my third cookbook because it felt like just the right moment: calm, unfrenzied, kids happy settled in school and activities… stop laughing. My timing is impeccable. But, there’s nothing like a tremendous amount of time at home with an almost... Read more »
  • simplest mushroom pasta
    Lately I’ve been trying to take as many stupid walks for my stupid mental health (a funny/wonderful TikTok trend from over the winter) as possible because if the last two years have taught me anything, it is that outside time is a very key ingredient in me being a warm,... Read more »
  • snacky asparagus
    You are fully invited to roll your eyes at the simplicity of this recipe. It’s not even a recipe. It’s more like a plating, a way of getting asparagus from market to table that I’ve been hooked on for over a year. Read more »... Read more »



    Joy the Baker

  • Let It Be Sunday, 379!
    Hello friends and welcome to this fine Sunday.  Today marks the 379th time I’ve come here to tell you how I think, what I feel, and what dresses and lip balm and sunscreen I’m into beyond the recipes that are the foundation of Joy the Baker. Can you believe? That’s... Read more »
  • My Favorite Super Easy Strawberry Sheet Cake
    It would seem I’ve landed on baking these to get us through these summer days – small batch and EASY.  That’s my level in the kitchen these days.  I’m either making just two giant cookies, one cinnamon roll, or the actual best coconut sheet cake with cake mix. Since we’ve... Read more »
  • The Best Books for Summer 2022
    Summer books are meant to be defiled. Pages should be smeared with suntan lotion and potato chip grease; covers should be sun faded and waterlogged, used as coasters for your margaritas, a landing pad for unwieldy ice cream cones. (Unless, of course, you’re checking your summer book out from the... Read more »
  • Summer Bucket List, 2022!
    BUCKET LIST buck•et list (noun): a number of experiences or achievements that a person hopes to have accomplished during their lifetime.  Also, a 2007 comedic film featuring Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson. SUMMER BUCKET LIST sum•mer buck•et list (noun):  a list of things that a person would like to accomplish and experience during the... Read more »
  • Let It Be Sunday, 378!
    Hello, friends! What are you eating and drinking to stay cool when going outside is like entering a furnace? As I type this, my fingers are buzzing from iced coffee and my fingertips are stained crimson from cherry consumption. It looks like my 4-year-old gave me a French manicure. Who... Read more »
  • A Peek Behind the Scenes of the new Joy the Baker Magazine
    A few years ago when I embarked on the (incredibly exciting) journey of magazine making, I had no idea just how much it would flip my seasons and try to scramble my festive circadian rhythm.  Last summer, I had a Christmas tree up in the living room for most of... Read more »
  • No-Churn Black and White Brownie Ice Cream
    This post is sponsored by ALDI! Thank you for supporting the brands that make Joy the Baker possible!  It is ICE CREAM SEASON! (A statement worth shouting from the rooftops) and I have the best-kept secret to beat the heat.   I’ve never really been great with secrets anyway which is... Read more »



    Sprouted Kitchen

    I always buy a bundle of bananas at the market, only 1 of 4 of us actually snacks on a banana, which leaves lots of moments of overripe bananas that are too ripe for snacking but perfect for baking. 4 of 4 like the baked goods with the bananas. You’re... Read more »
    She was sitting on the edge of the pool, waiting for her turn at swim lessons and was completely sausaged into her swimsuit. Her longer body stretching the length of the bathing suit so that the chest of it was too low and the straps looked stressed. Beautiful, tender, winter... Read more »
    Fa la la la la! It’s baking season and this cake was a hit. Of course we all love cookies, and I have plenty of those on the list. My people love a breakfast sweet, and this has stood in for a simple dinner dessert on occasion as well. I... Read more »
    It has been a busy cookbook season! I spent last night reading through the Ottolenghi Test Kitchen Cookbook and am revisiting everything I have bookmarked in Aran’s Cannelle et Vanille Bakes Simple while it is rainy this week and we can work on some baking projects. If you eat gluten... Read more »
    Dinner seems so hard sometimes. I cook for SKCC during the day, so we have wonderful lunches, and obviously there are leftovers, but that leaves me not following my own advice as far as having a plan for dinner most nights. Ironic isn’t it? I have plans for lunch, we... Read more »
    I really wanted to push this as a smash cake idea, but I must tell you that in retesting, it is quite delicate. It is DELICIOUS, but she is not a sturdy, easy to frost cake. I’ll give it to you straight in case you have dreams of a Pinterest-worthy... Read more »
  • Quinoa & Sweet Potato Salad w/ Turmeric Tahini Dressing
    It used to be easier to write here. I like imagining who I am writing to and I’ve lost some of that here. I thought Instagram was a more effective place to share, but that place changed for me, as well. So, I want to be back here like I... Read more »



    Love and Olive Oil

  • Frozen Mai Tai Slushy Pops
    Chill out with these boozy ice pops based on your favorite tiki cocktail: the mai tai! With a unique slushy consistency (thanks to the ample amounts of rum), they’re exactly what you need to beat the summer heat! Whether you call them ice pops, otter pops, freezies, or Zooper Doopers... Read more »
  • Blueberry White Chocolate Blondies
    With a satisfyingly fudgy texture, these white chocolate blueberry blondies are studded with chunks of white chocolate and pockets of soft, jammy blueberries and finished off with an artistic drizzle of blueberry maple glaze. Blueberry and white chocolate lovers, this one’s for you! These summery blueberry blondies somehow manage to... Read more »
  • Chocolate Raspberry Crumb Bars
    Chocolate and raspberry, together at last in one sweet and salty (and delightfully crumbly) mouthful. Jam crumb bars are one of my favorite desserts, and this choco-fied version is no exception: a layer of bright raspberry jam sandwiched between sweet and salty oatmeal shortbread, and chunks of bittersweet chocolate melted... Read more »
  • Olive Oil Ice Cream with Fleur de Sel
    Rich and creamy homemade ice cream made with, yes, extra virgin olive oil (E.V.O.O. I.C. if you will). The bright, fruity, and nutty flavors of olive oil translate surprisingly well in a sweet application like this one. You have to taste it to believe it! While I’m not always one... Read more »
  • Homemade Sour Strawberry Gummies
    These homemade sour gummies are bursting with strawberry flavor from real fruit, coated with citric acid and sugar for a spectacularly sour finish. Making your own gummy candies is not for the feint of heart, but the results are well worth the effort. These pectin-based gummies are sweet and sour... Read more »



    My Baking Addiction

  • Rocky Road Ice Cream
    Rocky road ice cream is a classic for a reason! This combination of creamy egg-free chocolate ice cream with peanuts, chocolate chips, and mini marshmallows makes for a dreamy treat on a hot summer day. This post contains affiliate links. If you happen to live in Ohio, you know that... Read more »
  • Strawberry Popsicles
    These strawberry popsicles are sure to become your go-to treat all summer long! Made with fresh strawberries, Greek yogurt, and just a bit of honey, these popsicles are a hit with adults and kids alike. This post contains affiliate links. If you’re a parent or grandparent, you know that summer... Read more »
  • Pineapple Angel Food Cake
    Looking for a light, simple dessert that will please a crowd? This airy pineapple angel food cake is made with just a few simple ingredients and will have everyone asking for a second slice. This post contains affiliate links. Summertime always makes me crave anything remotely tropical. Anything with pineapple,... Read more »
  • Hot Fudge Sauce Recipe
    This homemade hot fudge sauce recipe couldn’t be easier or more delicious. It’s sure to be your favorite ice cream topping all summer long. When I was a kid, we briefly lived with my great grandmother, Lottie. She was a magnificent woman and an incredible cook. I was quite young... Read more »
  • Italian Pasta Salad
    Packed with veggies, salami, and cheese and tossed with zesty Italian dressing, this Italian pasta salad makes for the perfect lunch or summer side dish! I don’t know about you, but I feel like this is the summer of cookouts. After two years of staying in our bubbles, friends are... Read more »
  • No-Churn Ice Cream
    No-churn ice cream is made with 3 simple ingredients, without any ice cream maker required! Enjoy this creamy vanilla ice cream or swirl in your favorite sauces or mix-ins to make it your own. This post contains affiliate links. It’s ice cream season! It seems like these days you are... Read more »
  • Homemade Lemon Bars
    Homemade Lemon Bars are the quintessential dessert for lemon lovers! You’ll love the shortbread crust and the tangy lemon filling of these classic lemon squares. This post contains affiliate links. It’s finally starting to feel like summer here in Ohio, which typically means two things: The pool is officially open... Read more »



    Sally's Baking Addiction

  • 100+ Gift Ideas for a Baker
    100+ Gift Ideas for a Baker Gifting something thoughtful to another baker is a wonderful way to spread (delicious!) joy. Here are 100+ gift ideas for the baker in your life or if you're doing some personal shopping. My team and I curated this list and broke it into several... Read more »
  • Fruit Pizza
    Fruit Pizza Fruit pizza is a classic summertime dessert. The combination of a soft, buttery sugar cookie crust with tangy-sweet cream cheese frosting and colorful fresh fruit is irresistible. It’s also visually stunning but requires no special decorating tools or skills! The post Fruit Pizza appeared first on Sally's Baking... Read more »
  • July Baking Challenge
    July Baking Challenge How to Join Sally’s Baking Challenge Recipe: Find the challenge recipe linked above. Sign up for Sally’s Baking Challenge emails so you’re alerted as soon as a new challenge recipe is published. Bake: Bake the recipe (or alternate recipe). Send: Share your recipe photo via email: before 5pm... Read more »
  • Cookie Ice Cream Sandwiches
    Cookie Ice Cream Sandwiches Come find all of my success tips for making chocolate chip cookie ice cream sandwiches at home, including a quick no chill cookie recipe. For best results, I recommend using mini chocolate chips and freezing the assembled sandwiches for at least 3 hours. The post Cookie... Read more »
  • Simply Perfect Vanilla Cupcakes
    Simply Perfect Vanilla Cupcakes These vanilla cupcakes are, by far, one of the most-loved recipes on this website. Using creamed butter, plus cake flour, sour cream, and egg whites (no yolks!), all guarantee a soft, fluffy, and cake-like crumb. Pure vanilla extract plus the optional addition of vanilla beans seals... Read more »
  • Coffee Break: Behind the Scenes & More!
    Coffee Break: Behind the Scenes & More! Time for a Coffee Break, a post where I share some behind the scenes including a cookbook update and major recipe video shoot! If you're a regular reader, join the conversation. The post Coffee Break: Behind the Scenes & More! appeared first on... Read more »
  • Mini Margarita Cheesecakes
    Mini Margarita Cheesecakes Baked in a standard 12-count muffin pan, these mini margarita cheesecakes are handheld miniature versions of a regular cheesecake. The filling comes together with 8 simple ingredients including tequila, triple sec, and lime. Sitting on a graham cracker crust and garnished with tequila whipped cream, these conveniently... Read more »




  • Why Instant Pudding Is My Secret Weapon for Summer Desserts
    Nickel & Dine is a budget column by Rebecca Firkser, food writer, recipe developer, and expert budgeter. This time, Rebecca is teaming up with our friends at Walmart to share tips for easy summer entertaining, featuring her signature flavor-packed, time-saving recipes plus a few of her must-have hosting items from... Read more »
  • 7 Affordable Essentials That Make Any Summer Dinner Feel Like a Party
    We’ve teamed up with Walmart to transform your summer gatherings, one affordable dinner at a time. Order online or via their app to shop your go-to groceries, reusable tableware, and other household items, then select delivery or pickup for a seamless shopping experience. Without a doubt, one of my favorite... Read more »
  • Our Most Popular Recipes in June
    When we turn the calendar to June, all eyes are on grilled meats and vegetables, fresh summer berries and stone fruit, ice cream in every form, and refreshing beverages to cool off when the outdoor temperatures are too hot to handle. This month, you, our readers, were all about pasta... Read more »
  • How to Grill the Juiciest-Ever Chicken
    We’ve reached the time of year when we’re making every excuse to spend time outside and away from hot kitchens. In my family, summer dinners often revolve around grilled chicken thighs marinated in a combination of herbs, lemon juice, and olive oil. Grilled chicken is a great way to feed... Read more »
  • 7 Things Our Community Couldn't Stop Buying In June
    Shopping is one of my greatest joys. Not just because I genuinely love discovering new brands and products, but because I love showing off my finds to anyone who will listen. So, is it any surprise that I’m a market editor? Nope—none whatsoever. Possibly an even greater joy? Seeing what... Read more »
  • The Best July 4th Sales You Can Shop Right Now
    If you didn’t get a chance to shop the major Memorial Day sales last month, you’re in luck—the July 4th sales we’re seeing are even better. There are tons of great deals and discounts on furniture, bedding, and decor (some even up to 70 percent off), and many of them... Read more »
  • It's Peach Season, Y'All! Here's How to Order Them Online
    For a fragile fruit that seems to bruise if you look at it funny, peaches ship remarkably well. Peach farmers have a system figured out that keeps the little guys nestled cozily through their journey, allowing them to arrive quickly and delightfully ripe. I know this because after angering the... Read more »



    Welcome to Rosemarie's Kitchen

  • Aloha Kakahiaka e Hawaii
    Good Morning Hawaii – the last state to join the union. The most beautiful state to join the union. Today is National Hawaii Day. Hawaii, another word for paradise. There are a lot of fun facts regarding the 50th state. It’s the most southern state in the union. It has... Read more »
  • Backyard Smorgasbords Begin in the Kitchen
    One evening recently, I asked Hubby about his upcoming Birthday Bash. I read aloud an assortment of Barbecue Dishes I had assembled as option one. Then I suggested a Taco Bar with Margaritas as option two. His choice floored me. He wanted to order pizzas and have them delivered pool... Read more »
  • What’s a Cookout without Beans?
    Tomorrow is the 4th of July – and for most Americans that means just two things. First, hanging out with friends and family. Second, having a barbecue, be it in the backyard, the park or a beach somewhere. It’s all about having a good time. I’ve never quite figured out... Read more »
  • Cajun Sausage Foil Packs
    I don’t know about you, but I love Foil Pack Cooking. All it takes is a grill (or oven) to cook a full meal. Foil packs can be prepared in advance, loaded into the family cooker and cooked up in a park or at the beach. Awesome! Every summer, I... Read more »
  • Summer Goodness
    If your summer is anything like ours, there are a lot of pot luck gathering going on. When it comes to pot lucks, I tend to be in charge of the munchies (appetizers) and the desserts. One of my desserts that gets a lot of requests are the Trifles. Trifles... Read more »
  • Cheers to a Tropical Evening
    What to do? What to do? If you were to Google National Mai Tai Day, you might just get two different answers. One is today. The other is August 30th. The first was established by an organization that gives us one cocktail for each day of the year. Today’s cocktail... Read more »
  • Feast of Two Saints
    Welcome to the 29th day of June. The year is nearly half over. If you are going to be exact, the half-way point would be at noon on July 2. Aren’t you glad I took the time to calculate that? Of course, that doesn’t take into consideration leap years. But... Read more »



    Jessica Gavin

  • Chicken Caesar Salad
    Chicken Caesar Salad This chicken caesar salad features lean seasoned protein seared until tender and paired with romaine lettuce, creamy dressing, and crunchy croutons. It’s an easy and delicious option for lunch or dinner. I’ve taken my classic caesar salad recipe and loaded it up with juicy chicken breast to... Read more »
  • Stuffed Chicken Parmesan
    Stuffed Chicken Parmesan This stuffed chicken parmesan delivers the crispy golden brown texture you crave but with an oozy mozzarella cheese center. This is an easy one-pan meal you’re family is going to love! For this recipe, I’ve taken my classic chicken parmesan and added a twist. I cut a... Read more »
  • BBQ Chicken Salad
    BBQ Chicken Salad This BBQ chicken salad is a summer-inspired recipe with crisp romaine tossed in a creamy barbecue ranch dressing, then topped with a colorful mix of black beans, corn, and sweet tomatoes. This easy BBQ chicken salad is the perfect entree for lunch or a light dinner. The... Read more »
  • Blackened Salmon
    Blackened Salmon This easy blackened salmon recipe features bold spices for a tasty dinner in just 15 minutes! First, apply a quick dry homemade blackening season blend to each fish fillet, then pan-fry in olive oil until a flavorful dark crust appears on the surface. Weeknight blackened salmon is that... Read more »
  • Chimichurri Chicken
    Chimichurri Chicken This chimichurri chicken recipe is a simple and easy meal loaded with flavor! The juicy pieces of grilled meat pair nicely with the delicious tangy herb sauce. Are you looking to spice up your weeknight chicken dinner? It only takes five minutes to make the homemade chimichurri sauce.... Read more »



    Carlsbad Cravings

  • Banh Mi Sandwiches
    This Banh Mi Sandwich Recipe (Vietnamese Sandwich) is the most explosively flavorful, sensational sandwich the world!  And They’re easier to make than you think! The Banh Mi Sandwich is a rewarding symphony of complex, exciting, exotic flavors and textures and my favorite sandwich out there – so if you’ve never... Read more »
  • Chicken Caesar Pasta Salad
    Caesar Pasta Salad is the best of Caesar Salad and Pasta Salad together at last, busting with hypnotic texture and bright, tangy, garlicky dressing! This Caesar Pasta Salad is as addictingly scrumptious as they come, make ahead friendly and will have everyone talking at potlucks, picnics and parties!  It’s a... Read more »
  • Shrimp Ceviche (Ceviche de camaron)
    This easy Shrimp Ceviche recipe (Ceviche de Camarón) is a brilliant summer standby full of fresh, tangy, zesty flavors that can be served as the ultimate no-cook light meal or summertime appetizer! Learn how to make Shrimp Ceviche with this surprisingly easy, speedy, light, refreshing, zippy recipe!   Ceviche de Camarón... Read more »
  • Chocolate Lasagna
    No Bake Chocolate Lasagna boasting seven layers of creamy, fluffy, chocolaty decadence is the dessert of your dreams and will be the hit of every occasion.  Plus, it’s made with homemade whipped topping – no Cool Whip here! Once you sink your teeth into this Chocolate Lasagna recipe, you’ll never... Read more »
  • Bacon Ranch Pasta Salad
    Bacon Ranch Pasta Salad is quick, easy, make ahead friendly and guaranteed to be a hit at every potluck, barbecue and pool party! Bacon Ranch Pasta Salad is the creamy pasta salad of your dreams loaded with tender pasta, loads of salty bacon, petite peas, sweet bell peppers and bite... Read more »
  • Greek Chicken Kabobs
    Greek Chicken Kabobs are a meal-in-one with the most insanely tender, juicy, flavorful chunks of Greek chicken and lightly charred veggies – baked or grilled! Greek Chicken Kabobs are a restaurant quality recipe you’ll be making all year long, great for family dinners, entertaining or special occasions!  Chicken breasts are... Read more »
  • Raspberry Crumble Bars
    These Raspberry Crumble Bars are one of the easiest desserts you can make – a sweet, tangy, juicy, chewy and crunchy summertime favorite! These Raspberry Bars about to become your go-to summer dessert whether for potlucks, picnic or barbecues because they require less than 20 minutes to prep and are... Read more »



    Garden in the Kitchen

  • Shrimp Salad Sandwich
    Shrimp, mayonnaise, lemon, and vegetables are brought together in this Shrimp Salad Sandwich. The creamy seafood mixture is packed into soft brioche buns, giving you the ultimate summer sandwich. I practically live off of light and refreshing shrimp salads during the summer. This Strawberry Avocado Shrimp Salad, Shrimp Avocado Cucumber... Read more »
  • Cucumber & Shrimp Salad With Chia Vinaigrette Dressing
    There’s no shortage of flavor in this Cucumber Shrimp Salad! The simple chia vinaigrette ties the cucumber noodles, sauteed shrimp, and red peppers together with dynamic Asian-inspired flavors. It’s a fresh summer appetizer, side dish, or satisfying main. Summer, in my mind, is a time for lighter, healthier meals. Not... Read more »
  • Low Carb Fish Tacos with Fresh Garden Salsa
    Add a pop of color to your plate with these Low Carb Fish Tacos with Fresh Garden Salsa! Juicy pan fried fish is stuffed into lettuce leaves and topped with fresh salsa and avocado sauce. A perfect and healthy summer taco! It doesn’t matter if it’s Taco Tuesday, Cinco de... Read more »
  • Strawberry Arugula Feta Salad
    This Strawberry Arugula Feta Salad is tossed in a zesty cilantro lime salad dressing. You’ll find a mix of cheesiness, peppery greens, and juicy strawberries in each bite! It’s a refreshing summer salad you can enjoy all season long. The search is over! This Strawberry Arugula Feta Salad is the... Read more »
  • Crunchy Cauliflower Rice Salad
    Crunchy Cauliflower Rice Salad is a fresh and colorful summer salad. It’s packed full of crisp veggies, cauliflower rice, and tossed in a simple mustard, cilantro, and lemon dressing. Sprinkle crunchy pistachios on top and dig in! This Crunchy Cauliflower Rice Salad has everything you want in a summer salad.... Read more »
  • New York Strip Steak with Grilled Asparagus in Foil
    New York Strip Steak with Grilled Asparagus in Foil is the grill master’s perfect meal. Doused in garlic butter, the steak turns out juicy and tender while the asparagus soaks in the buttery, smoky flavors. Fire up the grill! Barbecue lovers and grilling masters are sure to love this New... Read more »
  • How To Make Yuca Fries
    Learn How to Make Yuca Fries (cassava fries) at home! Easy to bake in the oven or the air fryer, these soft, creamy, and golden brown fries are a healthy alternative to regular potato french fries. Homemade yuca fries (yuca frita) are a classic Latin American snack you’ll easily fall... Read more »




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