POLYNESIAN BANANA FANTASY

I always loved the Polynesian banana fantasy bowl at my favorite little vegetarian spot in Orlando, Dandelion Community Cafe. It’s closed now, so I decided to re-make this classic to allow it to live on. This recipe’s fresh rainbow of fruits and veggies drizzled in curry dressing is a sure-fire way to brighten my day. […]

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ZUCCHINI TACO SKILLET

It’s zucchini season and they are the absolute star of this cheesy zucchini taco skillet. An easy one-pan meal that’s delicious enjoyed on its own, paired with rice, or stuffed into warm tortillas. There are only a few fresh ingredients this zucchini taco skillet requires, as most are canned or frozen. Further, this recipe makes […]

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SALMON PICCATA

This dish is all about the sauce and everyone knows it. Salmon piccata is a great way to mix up your typical piccata sauce use, aka chicken. It is made using butter, garlic, chicken broth, a dry white wine like pinot grigio, capers, and lemon juice. You can top your salmon piccata with thinly sliced […]

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MOM’S CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP

My Mom and I cook very similarly. That’s to say that we don’t typically follow recipes word for word. We like to cook with whatever we have on hand and just wing it. Especially when it comes to Mom’s chicken noodle soup. I was surprised by how many inquiries I’ve recieved this chilly winter season […]

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DILL COD WITH ROASTED TOMATOES

I know you probably think this is a basic roasted tomato and fish combination here. It’s not. This dill cod with roasted tomatoes has a special secret ingredient you wouldn’t expect. It’s pickles! A salty, vinegary twist to this flavorful dish. I love that this can be a super hearty, all-in-one meal if you bulk […]

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ASPARAGUS APPLE SALAD

We’re featuring a few favorite winter harvest goodies today in this asparagus apple salad. This simple recipe also includes some pre-work though- No Crumbs Left’s marinated red onions. These marinated red onions are a staple in my kitchen. They are great on salads, atop a burger, or even over fried eggs. I’m directing you to […]

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