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Salmon and Lentil Salad Recipe

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I always say how I love summer produce the most and how the variety is so much more grand, but after this Salmon and Lentil Salad Recipe, I think my perception has changed a little bit.  Sometimes I need to make something that I haven’t in a while that helps bring me back to my roots on why I like certain things so much.  I mean I haven’t had an acorn squash in a while, or poached salmon or even a blood orange but the combination of flavors in this salad are to die for!  First let’s start with the…

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Spicy Sriracha Shrimp and Grits Recipe

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If you are from the south then you already know that shrimp and grits is a way of life, but for all of the folks in the Midwest and north who tailgate, let me blow your mind with this amazing combo of spicy Sriracha shrimp and delicious cheddary grits!        If you need to serve quite a few people at your tailgate, then this is your recipe.  It’s delicious, it’s got a touch of class and it brings out a great tradition in southern tailgating, with a little twist of course :-).        If you had…

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Chipotle Tomato Frogmore Stew with Elote Sauce

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Spice of your next tailgate with this Mexican Spiked Frogmore Stew loaded with delicious zesty flavor!       Use the biggest shrimp you can find for this Frogmore Stew!  While the corn is delicious by itself, you can certainly kick up the flavor by serving it up with some delicious elote sauce!       If you need to serve quite a few people than this is your tailgate recipe! The elote sauce will impress all of your guests on game day! Big pic below for pinning! 5 from 1 reviews Save Print Chipotle Tomato Frogmore Stew with Elote…

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Sea Scallops Florentine Fettuccini with Mushrooms and Tomatoes

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If there is one thing I wish I ate more of, it’s pasta.  There is just something so comforting about making and eating pasta, not to mention it reminds me of my Italian grandparents.  I’m not sure why I’ve strayed away from it the past few years, but every time I make it I’m in love.  It doesn’t take long at all to prepare, you can put anything you want in it, and it always delivers on flavor.       As I’ve stated in other posts, my wife isn’t a huge fan of seafood, but she does tend to…

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Sea Bass En Papillote with Lemon Dill Buttery Spread

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If there’s one thing I wish we would eat more of, it’s fish!  My wife and little girl are a little bit picky and only seem to like the ones that are $30 a pound, go figure, like Sea Bass, Halibut, Crab Legs, etc.  However, I do like to treat them with these extra tasty fishies on occasion and load it up with flavor and vegetables.  There is no cleaner way to eat than en papillote, which means cooked in parchment paper.  As tomatoes and asparagus are coming on the scene, I decided to throw those in the mix along…

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Three Different Delicious Dishes With Only 9 Ingredients

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Have you ever made a really good dish and thought to yourself afterwards what else could you possibly make from the ingredients? Well, I took nine ingredients, plus salt-and-pepper, And made three really great dishes. I was able to take sweet onion, garlic, extra virgin olive oil, Hunt’s whole peeled tomatoes, LaChoy soy sauce, lemon, eggs, rolls, and fresh salmon and make breakfast, lunch and dinner.   Three Different Delicious Dishes With Only 9 Ingredients was last modified: May 13th, 2015 by Chef Billy Parisi

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Fire Roasted Salmon with Tomato-Garlic Amoigue Sauce

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I’ve got breakfast and lunch covered, so now it’s time for dinner. I’m going to have to steal an old family recipe, with my twist on it of course, and add it to a simple fire roasted salmon. If you’ve never had moigue sauce, I highly recommend finding a recipe. If you’re Italian than you already know what I’m talking about, however I bet that each of your recipes are different than my family’s. I of course even changed the recipe that I grew up with to only include onions, garlic, whole peeled tomatoes, lemon zest, soy sauce, and extra…

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Tomato-Soy Shakshuka with Grilled Salmon

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I’m sure at this point you’re thinking to yourself what could you possibly make with all that for breakfast? Easy! It’s actually one of my favorite dishes known as shakshuka. Traditionally it’s an Israeli dish that consists of a spicy tomato stew and eggs, but you know I can’t keep things simple and always have to change’em up :-). One of the coolest parts about this dish is that I made the entire thing outside on the grill. Remember to bring your cast iron skillet and first roast up the sweet onions and garlic, and then add in your whole…

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