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Grilled Tilapia with Oranges

This recipe is actually from my dad.  So all the credit for this delicious dish goes to him. Last weekend I spent it up at my dads house planting our garden and doing some fly fishing. He found a great spot in Connecticut for catch and release fly fishing only. It was beautiful and peaceful…

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Chicken Lettuce Wraps {Crockpot Recipe}

As you have probably gathered from reading my blog, we love Asian food. We often say to each other that we could live on Asian, Mexican, and Italian food…but mostly Asian. Bryan said the other day, I could eat Chinese food for breakfast lunch and dinner…I have and it was awesome. I lived in China…

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Lobster and Risotto

We both love lobster but never really eat it because let’s be honest, it can be rather expensive.  We are two college students and just can’t afford that kind of stuff on a regular basis.  Since moving here almost a year ago now we’ve had lobster once and that is because my dad bought it…

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Chicken Parmesan

One of my favorite dishes when I was younger was Chicken Parmesan. I love the crunch chicken but yet still tender and juicy inside with some bubbly mozzarella cheese on the top.  It is a very simple dish, however I never make it.  I don’t know if it was because I feared how it would actually come…

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Roast Beef, Peppers and Potatoes

If you have been following my blog you’ll notice my love for Martha Stewart’s magazine, Everyday Food.  It is by far my favorite magazine because the recipes are easy, not overly complicated, if they aren’t naturally gluten-free, they are easily adaptable and there are so many great tips in them.  My mom bought me a…

Weekly Menu Planning

I’m determined to get back into planning out a weekly menu and base our grocery shopping on that menu.  I hope that this will save us money but also the frustration of what to eat each night.  This week is a very Asian inspired week as you’ll see below.  I really miss my favorite little…

Tacos w/ McCormick’s Seasoning

After living in California for the past five years I have become a little spoiled with Mexican food…good Mexican food that is.  None of this taco bell junk.  Now living in Rhode Island I am beyond limited for gluten-free options not just in grocery stores but also in restaurants!  Granted this is because we don’t…

Getting Setteled with some Spicy Orange Chicken

Well we are here….finally!  At some points I wasn’t sure if it was ever really going to happen.  I move out of my apartment in Monterey on June 1st, moved in with some great friends, flew to New Jersey on July 9th and we moved into our condo in Rhode Island on July 31st.  I…

Brown Sugar Crusted Ham

In my second “make it stretch” meal I made Brown Sugar Crusted Ham steak with a baked potato with garlicy green beans.  When I was first diagnosed I was told that pork products are one of those products that you had to be careful about because many times it’s a source of hidden gluten.  Thankfully…

Sweet Curry Chicken

Sweet Curry Chicken 2 tablespoons oil1 teaspoon crushed garlic1 teaspoon red curry paste (Thai Kitchen) 1/4 teaspoon honey1/8 teaspoon cider vinegar1 Chicken Breast (boneless, skinless) ~Mix together to make a paste~Rub on to chicken breast ~Grill until no longer pink inside (a few minutes on each side) Nothing like a quick, easy but tasty meal!