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Grilled Scallops

Grilled Scallops

With Couscous and Balsamic Butter

Posted on September 25, 2017

Perfect for treating some close family or friends to a delicious amuse bouche or a special occasion meal for two, Grilled Scallops with Couscous and Balsamic Butter, is a quick and easy way to put on the ritz. Buttery balsamic tingles the tongue while savory, citrus-scented scallops melt in the mouth. Easily adjust the amount of heat with the red pepper flakes, just add more or less depending on your preference. If possible, get fresh scallops, the day you are making this recipe.

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Lemon Butter Brussels Sprouts

Lemon Butter Brussels Sprouts

A great green side

Posted on March 24, 2016
Lemon Butter Brussels Sprouts are the perfect addition to your family dinner. Zippy, tasty, tart, and spring-y - another great way to serve one of the most dreaded vegetables. Personally I think that if you prep your sprouts in any manner outlined on this blog, you will turn just about anyone into a sprout lover.
Posted in: Veggie & Fruit
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Buttery Coconut Blondies

Buttery Coconut Blondies

Stuffed With Nutella

Posted on March 03, 2015
I saw a photo on Facebook. It was posted by a friend, who liked it from somewhere else etc. But there it was a giant gooey square of delight, I think the article said Stuffed Blondies, or something like that. From there I built this recipe for Buttery Coconut Blondies Stuffed With Nutella. How can I even describe these? They're square, they're yummy, they're not brownies. Yep. 
Posted in: Desserts
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Cast Iron Halibut

Cast Iron Halibut

With Lemon And Garlic

Posted on February 03, 2015
You know, for the longest time I thought that Halibut was only for deep frying, but this Cast Iron Halibut With Lemon And Garlic is tender, flaky, and just the right amount of fishy for me. You know, when it doesn't make your house smell like a day on the wharf, but instead, imbues everything with the most delightful herby-garlic scent that makes everything all better. Well until you inevitably need a whole flippin' chocolate cake. Oh? It's only myself and the Baron (My Husband) who require chocolate after garlic? 
Posted in: Seafood
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Butter Injected Rotisserie Turkey

Butter Injected Rotisserie Turkey

Build Your Own Butterball

Posted on October 09, 2014

Moist turkeys are the bane of many's existence. Really, they can't cook a turkey to save their souls, not even a butterball! That's where I come in. Butter Injected Rotisserie Turkey is super easy, very tasty and just plain awesome. Prep time is nearly non-existent, and it should only take about 20 minutes per pound. Try it this Thanksgiving. You already have the stuff to make it in your pantry.

Posted in: Poultry
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Butter Chicken Stuffed Peppers

Butter Chicken Stuffed Peppers

Posted on October 01, 2014

I haven't stuffed a pepper in a while, and I was feeling particularly lazy in the veggie department that day. SO for lunch, instead of making a stir fry, I made a Butter Chicken Stuffed Pepper. Sweet and crunchy-ish pepper filled with, I have to say, one of the most delicious ways to serve chicken on the planet, and grilled to scrumptious perfection. Serve this on its own or on a bed of rice for a slightly fancy take on Butter Chicken. 

Posted in: Poultry
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Butter Chicken

Butter Chicken

On The Grill

Posted on September 30, 2014

Talking food one day, someone mentioned to me that they had a craving for Butter Chicken, an Indian dish that I had never tried. Instantly curious, I searched the web for a simple version of the recipe. None of them mentioned grilling, but all wanted it to be baked in a covered dish. I have to be different so instantly I was thinking of ways to make this delicious recipe on the grill. I came up with this and it was very delicious.

I was worried about finding all of the spices and the cheesecloth. No need to fret at all. If you go to a larger grocery store, one that has a fresh market and deli, you should be able to find the cheesecloth with the tea-towels. As for the spices, I found the ones I needed almost all side by side! As long as you have access to a store with a bulk section or a bulk dry goods store, you should be fine. The curry paste was in the International/Asian section. If you can’t find paste, a quick Google will provide you a plethora of red curry paste recipes that will actually boost the flavor of your dish to a whole new level.

Posted in: Poultry
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