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pizza Recipes

HERBED FLATBREAD W/ROASTED BRUSSEL SPROUTS, PROSCUITTO & MORNAY SAUCE

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Musical pairing – Anything You Want (Not That) by Belleruche

We traveled on vacation to Vermont last summer and had a fantastic time. I keep thinking we’ll get around to putting together a video with all the great photos we shot but alas, the summer project turned into a fall project that turned into winter project – you get the picture.

Categories
pasta Recipes

ARUGULA & PARMESAN RAVIOLI PRIMAVERA


Musical pairing – Primavera by Carlos Santana

I don’t know about you, but I am welcoming spring with open arms . . . just wish she’d hurry up and get here . . . and then hang around for a while; we’ve had wide swings in temperatures and record precipitation these past couple of months. When I hit the grocery store this time of year, I am unapologetically giddy at the sight of seasonal strawberries, fresh peas, rows of potted herbs and vibrant green and purple asparagus!

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appetizers Recipes Spring

ASPARAGUS TART


Musical pairing – Celebration by Kool & The Gang

Easter came late this year and Cinco de Mayo, the Kentucky Derby and Mother’s Day all happen this week . . . oh and add college graduations in there and I’d say we have a very full dance card . . .

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eggs Recipes Virginia Willis

SKILLET BAKED EGGS


Musical pairing – The Way I Am by Ingrid Michaelson

This will be one of those short and sweet posts because a couple of months ago, I promised the egg dish to these biscuits and now I’m going to fulfill that promise! If you’ve been reading Smith Bites for a while, you’ll know that we are big, big fans of Virginia Willis and her recipes; in fact, we’re on the list to receive her ‘Southern Saturdays’ by email which is where this particular egg dish comes from.

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Bloomington Bites Recipes soups vegetarian

AVERY’S BLOOMINGTON BITES – SEITAN NOODLE SOUP



Musical pairing – Spring by Tracy Chapman

Hey everyone! Thanks for all the kind and wonderful comments on my posts so far, and your curiosity regarding my lavender hair. Though I’m afraid the dye has faded a bit by now to a more pinkish-magenta tone, here’s a picture nonetheless so you can see for yourself!

Now onto this fabulous soup!