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Last week I posted a photo of my experimental Poke Tuna Bowl dinner on Instagram and Facebook and got a reaction I did not expect. Instead of people saying “Ewwww, raw fish,” I got “How did you do that?” and words like “scrumptious” and “awesome.” Well, of course I think so, but I already love sushi. […]

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Today is National Donut Day so of course I’m posting recipes for fish! As you probably know, almost 2 years ago, I had to go gluten free (as in no wheat, no flour) to save my poor ailing innards. I have many friends who have embraced GF baking but I have not had their level […]

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Orange Peel Shrimp! Remember a few weeks ago when we ditched unhealthy, deep fried carryout for homemade Sesame Chicken? Well, life in the Better Than Carryout Department is about to get a whole lot better! Orange Peel Shrimp is so good, so quick, so easy to make at home that you’ll never pay for the over […]

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Time for another funky salad addiction – Tuna & White Bean Salad! You might be thinking, beans & tuna? Together? The answer is a resounding YES! This was SOOOOO good. Rather than the traditional mayonnaise laden tuna salad, olive oil and red wine vinegar give this salad a nice, light Mediterranean flavor. Adding the beans gives […]

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Coconut Curry Baked Cod is a perfect weeknight dinner. We tend eat a lot of seafood not only because it’s a light and healthy option, but also because fish cooks quickly. Made with only a few ingredients, you can get this in the oven and on the table in well under 30 minutes. It never […]

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Sometimes the title says it all…That’s certainly the case with Baked Fish with Butter & Sherry.  We have lovely fresh fish. We’re going to bake it with butter and sherry. Then we’re going to eat it and be SOOOOOO happy because it is so delicious and it was so easy to make! Honestly, start to […]

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Mahi Mahi with Honey Balsamic Spring Onions happened because I looked out the window of the Opera House in Sarasota where we were rehearsing and saw a little farmer’s market in the park across the street. We all raced out there on break to buy fresh strawberries (SO good!), veggies, cookies, and scones. I found […]

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Looking for something festive for the New Year? How about some Steamed Crab Legs? Crab legs were part of our Christmas dinner compliments of our neighbors Darrin & Jody. It was Jody’s suggestion to add them as an appetizer and boy am I glad we did! Crab legs don’t have to be something that you […]

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My family has a tradition of having soup for Christmas Eve Dinner. Usually we have Kansas City Steak Soup (recipe from the Plaza III for those of you KC folks) but this year we celebrated early and in Florida. To change things up a bit (which I’m allowed to do since I’ll probably still make soup on […]

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You might be looking at the best salad I’ve ever made. Shrimp Neptune Salad! I’m sure Neptune, being the Roman god of the sea, would have heartily approved of these luscious, fresh shrimp in their tangy dressing. We’ve all seen those seafood salads in the deli aisle…little tiny shrimp, fake “krab” with a K, and gloppy […]

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