Layered Two Pesto and Ricotta Dip

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Layered Two Pesto and Ricotta Dip recipe features three distinct layers of red and green pesto with blended cheeses paired with Food Should Taste Good™ chips. | #foodshouldtastegood #sp |

*I received compensation in exchange for this post, however all thoughts and opinions are my own.  I often struggle with what to bring to parties.  Because of the mere fact that I am a food blogger, the pressure to bring something original, visually pleasing and above all else, tasty, is very high.  After I played…

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Sail Baltimore in Style on Art’s Cruises

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Photo by Scott Mislan.

When I think “boat”, my mind automatically goes to the iconic Saturday Night Live skit featuring T-Payne. I got my flippy floppies ready and headed out for a cruise on Art’s Cruises.  However Howlin’ at the Moon is much more than a boat, it is a luxury yacht.   After living in Baltimore for nearly…

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Wednesday Roundup #86

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 The Wednesday Roundup Features!!!!      Easy Minions Pretzel Candy Recipe by Sweep Tight 12 Binge-Worthy Summer Reads by Making it in the Mountains Copycat Starbucks Caramel Frappucino by Cincy Shopper Rocky Road Cupcakes by Adventures of Country Divas Buffalo Chicken Mac & Cheese by Crazy for Cookies & More DIY Wall Art by Everyday Home…

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Green Gazpacho

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Green Gazpacho Soup Recipe- No-bake, no-cook and make-ahead friendly Green Gazpacho is healthy, flavorful: the perfect chilled summer soup. | #gazpacho |

Traditional comfort foods are too hot and heavy for summer, but I still crave dishes that make me feel warm and fuzzy.  Well, warm emotionally, because during the summer, I like my soup chilled.  Which is why Green Gazpacho is ideal.  Have you ever wondered what gives blended soups body? Bread. Torn bread blended well…

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Maple Citrus Salmon with Orange-Avocado Salsa

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Maple Citrus Salmon with Orange-Avocado Salsa is a quick, healthy and colorful meal. | #salmon |

Salmon is one of my quick and healthy week night go-to meals, the trick is finding new ways to prepare it so it doesn’t get boring. Maple Citrus Salmon with Orange-Avocado Salsa uses fresh produce and a cool element to a hot plank of salmon.  The Orange-Avocado Salsa can be made ahead and can also…

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The Maryland Ice Cream Trail- Are You Up For the Challenge?

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Did you know that July is National Ice Cream month? There is still one week left to challenge yourself to the Maryland Ice Cream Trail!  Join the Prigel Creamery,  Kilby Creamery, South Mountain Creamery, Rocky Point Creamery, Broom’s Bloom Dairy, Keyes Creamery, Misty Meadows Farm Creamery and Chesapeake Bay Farm, Inc in this ice cream…

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Grilled Corn, Tomato and Cucumber Salad

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Grilled Corn, Tomato and Cucumber Salad- grilled corn and farmer's market vegetables with Asian flair. | #cucumbersalad |

You know you want some… Grilled Corn, Tomato and Cucumber Salad.  While I love traveling and experiencing new foods, I’m not a lady of leisure and can’t spend my days jet setting. Instead, I experience some of the recipes I’d love to taste via the “Reader’s Favorite Restaurant Recipes” section of Bon Appetit magazine.  Last…

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Wednesday Roundup #85

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 The Wednesday Roundup Features!!!!     Strawberry Peach Galette by Must Have Mom First Time Pregnancy Must Haves by Wetherills Say I Do Broccoli Hummus Recipe by Moms Need to Know Minions Door Wreath by You Brew My Tea French Toast Cups by Cincy Shopper Beach Towel & Bathing Suit Rack by The Summery Umbrella Extra…

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Butter Sage Pork Chops

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Butter Sage Pork Chop Recipe- Crispy sage and garlic top succulent thick cut bone-in pork chops prepared in cast iron. | #castironcooking |

Wait… you have this beautiful piece of meat and you are going to cook it HOW? Meet Butter Sage Pork Chops, foodie friends.  A simple technique that I use on pork, chicken and beef! Really any cut of meat and any fresh herbs I have lying around will do, but sage happens to be my…

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