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Broiled Sea Scallops

Even though I grew up on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, where I spent summers crabbing and consuming all sorts of crabs, shrimp, and clams, sea scallops are one of my all-time favorite seafoods. Bay scallops are one of my least favorite. So don’t get the two mixed up....

Every Moment We Can Start Over

This morning, I took some deep breaths, closed my eyes, and asked God/The Universe/Divine/Spirit/whatever you want to call it what I should write about.  What you needed to hear, and what I needed to hear and remember too.  (Psst, I'm human and write these things as...

Easy Kale Salad

A simple massaged kale salad is a good staple to have as part of your arsenal, and it creates a base with which you can add all sorts of creative toppings. Avocado adds some healthy fat to this version, and I even threw in some pomegranate seeds for the fall. Nothing...

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LATEST RECIPES

Beef Stew

Chilly fall and winter days call for a good soup, and some form of beef stew is usually in the mix at our house. I make it in different ways…sometimes with wine, sometimes with Worcestershire sauce, and this time, with mustard. Sounds weird, but I got inspired after...

Mustard Balsamic Pork Chops

My husband created a marinade this was inspired from, and it’s not stuff I would have initially put together, but it’s really good! I knew I had to share it with everyone. This could also work as a marinade on chicken, or on other cuts of pork.   Prep Time: 15 mins...

Simple Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Brussels sprouts may be a hard sell for some people, but I think it’s just because you either: 1) haven’t had fresh ones; or 2) you haven’t cooked them the right way. No one wants gross water logged mushy Brussels sprouts. This is a recipe you can start with to dip...

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