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Sheet Pan Ratatouille

True story: Ever since the Disney Movie, Ratatouille, I've been mildly obsessed with making ratatouille. In the movie, it looked SOOO good. Which is funny, because I haven't been a historically big fan of zucchini and other summer squashes. I'm coming around as an adult, but it's still got to be GOOD. This sheet pan… Continue reading Sheet Pan Ratatouille

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African Tomato and Peanut Chicken Stew

It is African Heritage Week and Black History Month. What a great time to learn about other heritages and cultures through food. This week, I'll be highlighting some dishes inspired by African flavors and seasonings. I hope you enjoy them! Today, it seems to be a fairly straightforward tomato and chicken stew, but then you… Continue reading African Tomato and Peanut Chicken Stew

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Grilled Fish Tacos with Spicy Slaw

On a recent trip to California, a couple family members and I branched out from the crowd going to the traditional chain restaurant. We found this little taco shack a few doors down that was phenomenal. They only served tacos and shakes, but they did both of those things incredibly well. We tried several different… Continue reading Grilled Fish Tacos with Spicy Slaw

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Shakshuka

While I was familiar with the idea of brunch from a young age, I never truly experienced the delightful mixture of sweet and savory dishes that is a great brunch until grad school. I immediately fell in love. I'm generally inclined to sweets for breakfast in general; waffles are high on my list of favorite… Continue reading Shakshuka

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Tilapia with Tomatoes and Green Beans

I was pretty oblivious to Lent and eating fish on Fridays until I got to high school. Even then, most of my exposure was making sure we chose somewhere to eat on Fridays that had fish for the one Catholic member of a traveling team I was on. Even during graduate school, I would forget.… Continue reading Tilapia with Tomatoes and Green Beans