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Garlicky Pesto

I love garlic. It is like a great, divine god of the food world. Pesto is a lovely concoction – not only with garlic, but cheese, fresh roasted nuts, a lovely olive oil and Basil (the mother of all summer herbs). Despite the sacred flavoring this little number will bring to your pastas, tomatoes and […]

August 3, 2011 0
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Tomato Basil Salad (Caprese) 4 Ways (ME)

Sometimes I take the basics for granted. For the past month I’ve been reveling in the sheer joy of fresh tomatoes and basil from my garden. I’ve made numerous variations on Caprese, a traditional Italian salad of Basil, Mozzarella and Tomato. Initially, I didn’t put any of these on my website because I assumed it […]

August 2, 2011 3
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Spa Water (for Less Belly Fat?)

The past few weeks I kept stumbling upon “Sassy Water” (literally, through the StumbleUpon app on my iPad). Sassy Water was made popular by the Flat Belly Diet (here is WebMD’s take on the diet). I’m not a dieter, and never will be, but I was curious about this phenomena. Sassy Water that helps reduce […]

August 1, 2011 4
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Spinach Garlic Rollups

What makes it easier to eat healthy, leafy greens than a little cheese, dough, garlic and butter? Not much I’d say. These little savory rolls really hit the spot and are wonderful when served with pasta or salad, particularly a little Caprese (Tomato, Mozzarella and Basil) salad. This really is a simple dish with a […]

July 31, 2011 2
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Garlic Chicken Pasta

This steamy, fresh pasta with pan fried garlic chicken, garden veggies and ricotta cheese is a must have on those nights when you’re craving a heavy Italian dinner. The fresh tomatoes from the garden in the summer brighten it up enough to make it an ideal Summer dish when you want something hot and just […]

July 29, 2011 4
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Lavender Mint Sun Tea (ME)

In the South, we love our sun tea. And while it takes some time and patience, there isn’t much more to do when it is hot and sweltering in the wet summer heat. I don’t know why sun tea tastes better, it may be the slow wait as it turns a golden hue and the […]

July 21, 2011 0
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Fresh Herb and Berry Salad (ME)

This tangy, spicy salad is not for the faint of heart. You must truly love fresh herbs to enjoy the complex flavors that will dance across your palate with every bite of this crispy summer salad. I have listed my recommendations of herbs from my garden, but feel free to alter them based on your […]

July 20, 2011 1
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Watermelon Mint Punch

This beverage is like summer in a glass, only without the steamy heat. It is cool, crisp, refreshing and (if the proper optional ingredients are added) can make you all the more merry despite the oppressive summer temperatures. Watermelon is a summertime staple in the South to be sure, and this is one of my […]

July 19, 2011 3
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Roadside Attractions – Bush’s Best Beans Visitor Center

What: Bush Brothers Visitors Center, Home of Bush’s Baked Beans Where: In Chestnut Hill, TN off Exit 415 on I-40 between Knoxville, TN and Asheville, NC; 30 minutes outside of Knoxville, about 13 miles off of I-40 (visit the website above for directions) Time Spent: About an hour and a half including lunch at the […]

July 18, 2011 3
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Baked Lemon Cake Donuts

These thick, tangy cake donuts are a little healthier than the standard fare – baked instead of fried, nonfat milk and Greek yogurt used in place of other fattening ingredients. I didn’t have a donut pan at the time I made these, but I highly recommend one. I have one on order for my next […]

July 17, 2011 2
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