Seafood

Spring

Fish Tacos with Citrus Slaw and Glazed Sweet Potato

Do you ever time out for dinner? It’s what happened to me last night. I got home late and with Scarlett’s ever increasing list of homework as well as her

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Do you have any tricks up your sleeve for holiday entertaining? Like, a recipe that knocks people out? Or a signature cocktail you hand people as they come in the

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Liz’s Famous Shrimp and Vegetable Spaghetti

This is my friend Liz. As friends go, Liz is pretty amazing. She possesses a lot of the quintessential great friend qualities like being a patient listener, sympathetic and she

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Easy Shrimp Tacos

When Laura and I worked at a fashion magazine together we prided ourselves on reporting on trends before they hit the mainstream. If a competing magazine got to a story

Seafood

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How do we feel about food ruts? I have a love hate relationship with them – both my own and my kids’. It can certainly make life easy if your

Summer

Tuna Casserole

Happy Monday! So, this is spring? Um… am I missing something? Like sunshine? Flowers? Sigh. This is an old post that got a snazzy new photo but it’s also one

Spring

Salmon Parcels

We’re really trying to embrace winter this year and have become lightening-fast sledders thanks to the hills of Christie Pitts. But I can’t lie – the best part of winter

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Sponsored Post: Aveeno’s Active Naturals Inspired Menu

A great recipe has to start with great ingredients, don’t you think? When you walk into a kitchen and someone is sautéing garlic and onion – you just know something

Seafood

Gluten Free Poached Salmon

Dreamy Poached Salmon Do you ever go to bed thinking about the dinner you’ll be having the next day? Yeah, me neither.  I mean, I go to bed thinking about

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Devilled Eggs with Tuna

Ceri opened egg week talking about the popularity of shakshuka but there’s another egg dish that is nearer and dearer to me–the devilled egg. A few summer’s ago it had