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Sauteed Artichokes*

Who doesn’t love artichokes… honestly. I know I love them! The problem is, they’re scary looking. How is anyone suppose to get all that delicious artichoke out from those spikey leaves?! Have no fear. I will show you. Now, this really isn’t hard to do you just have to work fast. The artichokes turn brown very quickly after cutting them and even though it doesn’t affect the taste it makes it look ugly. I know that if I’m going to all t...

French Chicken*

This recipe is SO impressive and not hard at all. Its a one skillet kind of gourmet meal. Perfect to impress friends, family, or a special someone with. I like to ask my butcher to take out the backbone and flatten the chicken. If he’s nice he won’t charge you and even if he does… it’s worth the extra money!...

Lemon Meringue Pie*

I feel like I say this a lot... but lemon meringue pie really is one of my favorite things in the entire world. I love the tartness of the lemon curd and the sweetness of the meringue. It's the perfect dessert for Spring or Summer and so much easier than you thought. First thing you want to do is preheat your oven to 400*F. In your own pie dish roll out your pie dough to fit your dish. Crimp the edge to make it look fancy (and ho...

Sour Cream Potatoes*

One of my favorite things in the entire world would have to be mashed potatoes. Don't ask me why. I can literally eat just mashed potatoes for dinner. They're just so yummy. This recipe I can't take any credit for. Like a lot of my recipes on here this has been given to me by my grandmother, Gogo. Now, Gogo is one hell of a cook so if this is a recipe from her, you know you're going to like it. Her sour cream potatoes are always ...

Baked Ham with Strawberry, Brown Sugar, and Dijon Glaze*

This recipe is SO easy and SO delicious! A must try for sure. Perfect for holidays, family get togethers, or any night you decide to make something amazing. Preheat your oven to 400*F. Put your ham in a baking dish. Wish a sharp knife make diagonal cuts about one inch deep on the top of the ham making large diamonds on the top. In a small saucepan on medium high put in your strawberry jam. Heat it up for about 1-2 minutes, just u...

Coconut Lime Cilantro Rice*

Who gets bored of the same old rice?... I do! This rice really has such amazing flavor that will really add a kick to your whole dinner! You get a subtle coconut flavor and the the freshness of the lime and cilantro make you want/need more. In a heavy pot over medium high heat add the coconut milk, water, and rice. Stir it all together. Let it come up to a boil and then turn it down to low. Put the cap on and let cook for about 15 minutes. Once t...

Fresh Fruit Pavlova*

I'm obsessed with pavlova. If you've never tried if you really need to!! You have a delicious soft crust with a chewy marshmallow center from the meringue and a sweet soft topping from the whipped cream and the freshness of all the berries. It's such a light dessert... yet, so unbelievably satisfying. The first thing you want to do is make your meringue. You need to preheat your oven to 250*F. In a bowl with an electric mixer whisk together the e...

Fruited Chicken Salad*

This is the easiest and most delicious chicken salad. I like to use leftover rotisserie chicken but if not just use roasted chicken breasts. The first thing you want to do is put the chicken in the bowl then toss it with the mayonnaise. The add the grapes, pineapple, pecans, craisins, fresh thyme, salt, and pepper. Toss everything together and serve!! Absolutely delicious and so easy!...

Arugula Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette*

This salad is so easy, yet it looks and tastes so gourmet! The arugula is peppery, the vinaigrette is sour, the feta is salty, and the dried cherries and figs are sweet. Sounds like a pretty perfect combination to me! The first thing you want to do is build up your salad. In a cute salad bowl put in your arugula, toasted almonds, feta, dried cherries, and figs. This vinaigrette has more acidity in it than the usual salad but you ...

Spanish Omelette with Tomato Bread*

While I was in Spain one of my favorite "tapa" was the "torilla espanola con pan de tomate" or spanish omelette with tomato bread. I was obsessed with it. It's so simple yet so delicious. I couldn't get enough! Pair this will a pitcher of homemade Sangria and you have my heaven. This recipe is so easy to make and you'll be glad you did. Preheat your oven to 375*F. First thing you want to do is cut the potatoes. Peel them, cut them in half lengthw...

One Comment

  1. Kurvin Soobrayen
    July 19, 2017 at 11:05 am


    AMCO Produce Inc. has just introduced a new product called ‘The Garden Pack’. It’s a veggie pack that comes with Grape Tomatoes, Sweet Mini Peppers, and Mini Cucumbers. All in one box! I was just wondering if you would like to feature our product on your instagram/website. We would be shipping you the box through FedEx.



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