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Baja Fish Tacos – Light & Healthy

I’ll be honest, the thought of fish tacos always scared me a bit growing up. I love fish, and I love tacos, but the combination of the two didn’t sound appealing to me. It wasn’t until a couple years ago that I finally had my first taste – I have been missing out on these my entire life, and I’m still kicking myself! That’s ok though, … Continue reading Baja Fish Tacos – Light & Healthy

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Fire Roasted Corn on the Cob

A group of us from Poly-Wood traveled to Michigan for a photo shoot last week, and we figured we wouldn’t be true Indiana natives if we didn’t enjoy some corn during our stay. Since we were planning to have a campfire, we decided to try out a simple camping recipe: Fire Roasted Corn on the Cob. Although there are many ways to dress up corn, we opted for … Continue reading Fire Roasted Corn on the Cob

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Caramel Chicken – A Tried & True Recipe

This Caramel Chicken recipe is a favorite in my house.  Anytime it’s made, there never seems to be enough for everyone.  With a mix of salty, sweet, and spicy, it’s sure to be a hit anywhere it’s served. To start it off, you want to make the sauce first. Whisk together the brown sugar (dark brown is best for this recipe, it’s a deeper flavor), … Continue reading Caramel Chicken – A Tried & True Recipe

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Winter Squash Carbonara with Pancetta and Sage

It’s winter, and in the winter is there really anything more satisfying than a big, warm, plate of pasta?   While trying to find a recipe that utilized in-season ingredients, I discovered this great take on a carbonara via epicurious.com.  A carbonara is an Italian pasta dish that originated in Rome and is based on eggs, cheese, bacon, and black pepper with pasta.  This dish uses … Continue reading Winter Squash Carbonara with Pancetta and Sage

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Cauliflower Steaks With Lentils

This recipe is one of my favorites because not only is it incredibly healthy, but it’s also incredibly delicious! The first time I made this at home, there was a slight misunderstanding. When I said, “we’re having cauliflower steaks for dinner,” my significant other heard, “steaks for dinner.” Needless to say, there was a bit of disappointment when he saw cauliflower come out of the oven … Continue reading Cauliflower Steaks With Lentils

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Refreshing Watermelon Salsa Recipe

One of my favorite things about summer is that it’s watermelon season. There’s nothing more refreshing than enjoying a giant bowl of watermelon on a hot, humid Indiana day (well, besides sipping on wine slushies… but who says you can’t do both?). Growing up, I had a sixth sense of knowing when my mom was cutting up a watermelon — I joke that I can … Continue reading Refreshing Watermelon Salsa Recipe

4-Course Campfire Cuisine

Warm weather is here to stay (we hope). If you suffered through the blistering cold, never-ending winter like we experienced in Indiana, we’re sure you’re ready to escape your house and get back outdoors. We’ve put together a four-course meal that can be prepared, cooked, and enjoyed around your fire pit. Course 1: Salad on a Stick Okay, salad-on-a-stick isn’t cooked on your fire pit, … Continue reading 4-Course Campfire Cuisine

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Bizarre-B-Q: Grill Recipes That Are Surprisingly Delicious

Be a little adventurous this grilling season and try some of these out-of-the-ordinary foods on the BBQ. These grill recipes will surely surprise your guests and taste great too! Lettuce Chargrilled lettuce is a great way to change up a boring salad — plus it’s super simple and mess-free! Romaine and other hearty types of lettuce like endive, escarole, or radicchio are best for grilling. Try … Continue reading Bizarre-B-Q: Grill Recipes That Are Surprisingly Delicious