Street-Style Fish Tacos

Fish Tacos Recipe

There is something really intriguing about food carts, isn’t there? In Philly, apps map out where your favorite food carts are parked on a particular day. In the Keys, a lone food cart hidden near a parking lot attracts a huge crowd of people each day who have heard the secret of their tacos. Like […]

Razzy Banana Berry Baby Food Recipe #FirstBites

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Disclosure: This post was facilitated by OXO as part of their #firstbites campaign. All opinions expressed in this post are my own. This recipe is my own creation, but check with your child’s doctor before feeding any new foods to your baby. Some resources suggest waiting until age 1 to feed children berries, other resources suggest […]

Gourmet Grilled Carrots

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Looking for an easy, peasy impress-your-friends grilled veggie recipe? Well, look no further! I am going to share our new summer go-to grill recipe (and a chance to win some AWESOME grill products). I’ve teamed up with Larisha from We’re Parents and 14 other bloggers to bring you grill recipes to help you #grillit this […]

Low Calorie Drinks: Acai Berry Refresher #BrewOverIce

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Disclosure: I am a member of the Collective Bias® Social Fabric® community. This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias®, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. I am also participating in a contest as an additional aspect of this campaign.  #Collective Bias #BrewOverIce #BrewItUp Summer in Pennsylvania is like a dream. After […]

Strawberry Brownie Santa Hats {Udi’s Recipe and Review}

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Disclaimer: Some of the products used in this recipe were provided by Udi’s for the purpose of this review.  All opinions contained in this post are my own. For the past year or so I have been eating a gluten-reduced diet.  I had found that my cravings for gluten-packed foods were causing my digestive tract […]

Tuna Salad Roll Appetizer

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The best part about summering in the Florida Keys is that the food is fresh – well the seafood, that is.  (Chicken and beef scare me on a whole other level down here, as the freezers at Winn Dixie seem to work about half the time and any meat needs to be transported to stores […]

CSA Life from a Newbie’s Perspective

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Last winter, my friend Lauryn from The Vintage Mom did a series of posts on her winter CSA, and it got me curious about joining a CSA myself this year.  After talking extensively with Lauryn about my options (sorry for all the questions this winter!), I started exploring the CSA options in my area. There […]