Guacamole Three WaysProscuitto And Brie CrostinisBerries And Ricotta Crostata-Updated

Guacamole Three Ways

Avocados are loaded with lots of good fat and are simply delicious.

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Proscuitto And Brie Crostinis

Thinly sliced proscuitto on a creamy Brie crostinis topped with my homemade cranberry sauce.

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Berries And Ricotta Crostata-Updated

A rustic Italian dessert.

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Carne Guisada (Hometyle Texas-Style Tacos)

You’ll see a lot of Mexican recipes on my blog because, I love anything Mexican or Tex-Mex. The bold flavors, the sauces (Moles), and toppings, I love it all! Today […]

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Fingerling Potato Salad

Today I’m making Fingerling Potato Salad to go along with my Sweet And Tangy Chicken Drumettes. The link for these delicious drumettes will be available at the link below. Fingerling […]

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Hominy Salad

Hominy is totally gluten-free and one of those foods, I think, is totally under used. Hominy is made from dried corn kernels which are soaked in a lime bath or […]

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Grilled Sweet Corn Salsa

Earlier in the day, I went to Freshfields Farm and bought a 3-pound bone-in pork butt (pork shoulder) for Steve. He wanted me to make my Chipotle And Coca-Cola Crock-Pot […]

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Updated-Tuscan Soup (Zuppa Toscana) With Homemade Parmesan Croutons

I’m using chicken sausage here.

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Roasted Italian Sausage And Grapes

A perfect harmony of savory and sweet flavors.

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Toasted Quinoa Salad

I knew I needed to post this recipe ASAP!

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Tuscan Soup (Zuppa Toscana) With Homemade Parmesan Croutons

I mean, one you couldn’t forget no matter how hard you tried.

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Rigatoni With Sweet Italian Chicken Sausage

It’s been hard for me to find the time.

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Salmon Cakes With A Chive-Dill Aioli

I’m a huge fan of salmon cakes.

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Caponata Chili

The skin is tender and edible.

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Quinoa Stuffed Roasted Peppers

The fact that there’s no meat in this recipe is not an issue.

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Sausage And Zucchini Hash

a great way to use up any vegetables you may have.

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Mission Statement

This is an invitation into the heart of my home where I share my passion for cooking. “Let’s Dish With Linda Lou” gives a personal perspective into food, family, and […]

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About Me

I’m a mom with an enormous passion for cooking. I was raised by a single mom with English ancestry. My grandmother, on my father’s side, was Sicilian, both were really […]

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Featured Blog Post

Gardening is another passion of mine. I’ve dedicated a category and listed it as a menu choice on my blog.  Spending Time Outdoors, In My Backyard

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The Power Of Fresh Herbs

I’m a big believer in cooking with fresh herbs. Herbs add so much flavor to any dish. I’ll show you the best way to showcase fresh herbs in most if […]

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