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Happy Monday Babes! I hope your weekend was a great one.

I’m doing a lot on non-recipe-following cooking this week, so I’ve only got 3 links for you today.

Here’s what’s cooking this week.

  1. Baked Parmesan Zucchini from Damn Delicious
  2. Mustard-Crusted Pork Chops from  Food Network Magazine
  3. Tres Leches Rice Pudding from The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook

What are you making this week?

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Who’s Hungry

Happy Monday Babes! I hope your weekend was fab. Mine was filled with much-loved relaxation & sunshine that I sure hope carries over into this week.

Here’s what’s cooking:

  1. NY Deli & Meatball Subs (#40 & 20) from Food Network Magazine
  2. Leek Fritters from The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook
  3. Slow-Cooker Barbecued Ribs from Betty Crocker

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Happy Monday Babes! Hope you had a relaxing weekend. Sorry I was MIA last week, but I’m back!

Here’s what’s cooking this week.

  1. Ravioli with Sautéed Asparagus & Walnuts from Green Valley Kitchen
  2. Chicken Enchiladas from The Pioneer Woman
  3. Fried Chicken from The Food Network
  4. Chicken Piccata from The Clever Carrot
  5. Chicken Souvlaki from Serious Eats

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Happy Sunday Babes! Hope you’ve had a good weekend.

Here’s what’s cooking this week.

  1. Vietnamese Inspired Chicken & Cabbage Salad (Paleo) from The Urban Poser
  2. Grapefruit Yogurt Cake from Smitten Kitchen
  3. Tuna Patties from Simply Recipes
  4. White Cheese and Chicken Lasagna from Tasty Kitchen
  5. Slow Cooker Beef Barbacoa from Unsophisticook

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Happy Monday Babes! I hope you had a delightful weekend celebrating Passover &/or Easter. I know I enjoyed my seder & egg dyeing this weekend.

Here’s what’s cooking this week.

  1. Rigatoni w/ Swiss Chard & Sausage from Food Network
  2. Swiss Chard, Goat Cheese, & Prosciutto Tart from Tartelette
  3. Sesame Garlic Stir Fry Noodles from Delish Knowledge
  4. Thai Iced Tea (From Scratch) from About Food

 

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Who’s Hungry | Alaskan Eats

On this day in 1867, Secretary of State William H. Seward spent 7.2 million dollars on the purchase of Alaska from Russia. At the time, some Americans criticized this purchase, calling it “Seward’s folly”. It wasn’t until major discoveries of gold were made in the 1890’s that Alaska was seen as a valuable acquisition. Today, we know it was the right move.

To celebrate this great land that I now call home, today’s Who’s Hungry is all Alaskan!

  1. Sourdough Bread from Grit
  2. Reindeer Hot Dogs from Travel and Leisure
  3. King Crab Eggs Benedict from Confections of a Foodie Bride
  4. Slammin’ Alaska Salmon Burgers with Garlic Dill Aioli from Allergy Free Alaska
  5. Tequila-Lime Halibut Tacos with Red Cabbage Slaw from Use Real Butter
  6. Baked Alaska from Food Network

What are your favorite Alaskan eats?

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Happy Monday Babes! After a few weeks away, I sure am glad to be back in my own kitchen!

Here’s what’s cooking this week.

  1. Easy Beef Stew from Chow
  2. Barbecue Pulled Chicken Sandwich from Life Tastes Good
  3. Creamy Polenta with Roasted Mushrooms from Two Peas & Their Pod
  4. Spicy Tortilla Soup (#11) from Food Network Magazine

What are you making this week?

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