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Let's Dish Recipes — What's Cooking in my Kitchen

Grilled Chicken Cordon Bleu with Dijon Vinaigrette


I've always loved Chicken Cordon Bleu. It's one of those dishes that, for me, never gets old. And this Grilled Chicken Cordon Bleu is my favorite new way to prepare this classic chicken dish. First of all, it's so much easier than making traditional Cordon Bleu. There's no breading the chicken, you … [Read more...]

20 + No-Bake Desserts

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More than 20 no-bake desserts to beat the summer heat! You'll find everything from no-bake cookies and pies to mousse and cheesecake. We've been experiencing our hottest week of the summer so far here in Colorado, which means I'm doing my best not to turn on the oven. But that doesn't … [Read more...]

Peaches n’ Cream Greek Yogurt Slush


With three hungry boys at home during summer break (two teenagers!) I've learned to keep plenty of summer snacking ideas handy at all times, and this Peaches n' Cream Greek Yogurt Slush is an easy, refreshing treat my whole family loves. There's nothing better on a hot summer afternoon … [Read more...]

Tomato, Bean and Chickpea Salad (Market Monday)

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Today's Market Monday recipes uses all kinds of fresh, in-season produce. I harvested the cherry tomatoes and basil from my garden, and picked up the beans at my favorite local farm stand. Come to think of it, I got my tomato and basil plants from the same farm stand!  I really love … [Read more...]

Choosing and Storing Tomatoes


If you ask me, one of the best things about summer is growing fresh tomatoes in my garden. Not to mention all of the beautiful heirloom varieties that are available at the local farmers' market. I'm happy to eat them sliced with a bit of salt and pepper, but they're also wonderful for so many … [Read more...]

Kale, Olive and Chickpea Salad


You've probably heard about the Mediterranean diet and how good it is for your health. The typical Mediterranean diet includes plenty of fruits and vegetables, whole grains, legumes and nuts. Olives are also an important part of the Mediterranean diet. They contain monounsaturated … [Read more...]

Roasted Garlic, Dill & Lemon Potatoes


Potatoes are the one side dish I can always count on to satisfy everyone in my family. No one ever complains or refuses to eat them. So I'm always looking for new ways to serve them. And since I had an abundance of dill in my garden, I decided to combine dill and potatoes in one delicious side … [Read more...]

Sparkling Summer Fruit Drinks


As a mom to three boys, I always look forward to time spent with girlfriends. And like most parents, I look forward to any opportunity for alone time. Even now that my boys are older and can pretty much fend for themselves, it's nice to take a break from all of the superhero, science … [Read more...]

Old Fashioned Peach Cobbler (Market Monday)


I know Georgia is famous for their peaches, but we grow some pretty delicious peaches here in Colorado too! I look forward to their appearance at the farmers' market every summer.  When choosing peaches, look for fruit that is deeply colored, fragrant, and firm but slightly soft to the … [Read more...]

Mason Jar Cheesecakes


If you've ever made a cheesecake, you know they can be a little bit tricky. Which is one of the reasons I love these Mason Jar Cheesecakes. They don't require quite the precision of a regular cheesecake. Not to mention, they're just so darn fun! And the flavor and texture of these little cheesecakes … [Read more...]