Butternut Squash, Cider Caramelized Onion & Chorizo Pizza with Crispy Sage

Here’s a fall pizza that will blow your mind. My fiancé and I finished it in one sitting. Alone. Yes, it serves 4-5 people! LOL. Butternut squash noodles, buttery caramelized onions with a touch of apple cider vinegar, crumbled chorizo, melty cheese, garlic infused olive oil, and crispy sage. Cozy, belly-warming, comforting. It’s everything a fall dinner should be. Instead of having aggressive chunks of squash on this pizza, butternut…
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Whipped Shortbread & Pumpkin Spice Buttercream Cookie Sandwiches

PSLs (Pumpkin Spice Lattes) are all the rage this time of year. Pumpkin spice this and pumpkin spice that! My favorite way “to pumpkin spice” is in cookie form! I mean…what’s not to love? My absolute favorite shortbread cookies are the base of the recipe. These buttery shortbread cookies are whipped, meaning you whip together the butter and powdered sugar until the mixture is so light and fluffy, it forms…
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Grilled Chicken Parmesan

Chicken parm: a hearty comfort dish that’s hard not to love but notoriously unhealthy. Breaded chicken, cheese, more cheese and more cheese. What if I told you chicken parm can still be delish but way more nutritious? One of my go-to weeknight meals is Grilled Chicken Parm because it’s much healthier, not hard to make, and hard not to love. Juicy, charred grilled chicken, topped with lower fat provolone cheese…
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Harissa Roasted Spatchcock Chicken & Root Vegetables

When you want to lower the amount of time it takes to roast a whole chicken, you’re going to want to buy a spatchcock chicken! Spatchcocking is when a chicken’s backbone is removed so the chicken lays flat. It’s pretty easy to find a spatchcock chicken at your local grocery store or butcher! Roasted chicken is the perfect cool-weather dinner. It’s so homey and comforting and makes your kitchen smell…
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What’s Stowe, Vermont All About?

What’s Stowe, Vermont all about?? Ski slopes, hikes, ATVs, charming towns, ciders and brews, mountain views – I travelled to Stowe, Vermont for the weekend to see what this quintessential New England destination is all about!
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Grilled Melon, Prosciutto & Pearl Onion Skewers

Here’s an easy twist on the classic combination, cantaloupe and prosciutto! For those of you who are getting in their grill fix before the weather gets too chilly, these skewers are the perfect appetizer or snack. I bought a beautiful little cantaloupe that was so ripe and juicy that when I cut it open, my whole cutting board flooded like a cantaloupe pond! Prosciutto cuts the intense sweetness of cantaloupe…
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4-Ingredient Watermelon Peach Smoothie

Summer and watermelon are synonymous. If you drive around my town, you’ll see so many signs for “ICE COLD WATERMELON!” As a kiddo, a slice of watermelon at a cookout during the summer was the absolute BEST. It was also fun to spit the black seeds at each other. Now that I’m an adult and can’t spit seeds at people LOL, I love blending together watermelon with other summery flavors.…
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Panzanella Salad

Tuscany is famous for their mouthwatering heirloom tomato and bread salads, also known as Panzanella. I took a long weekend trip to Stowe, VT this weekend, and traveling for the first time since the start of COVID had me reminiscing about past trips. One of my favorite trips EVER was to Tuscany where I ate big Panzanella salads almost as frequently as I ate gelato. I decided to bring Italy…
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Easy Peach Cobbler (With Brown Butter)

This peach cobbler is easy to make, loaded with sweet peaches, rich brown butter, hints of vanilla, and a buttery biscuit topping. Yes please! This easy peach cobbler layers juicy, brown butter and sugar-coated peaches. The filling isn’t too sweet yet it’s richly caramelized and buttery. All topped with the best part – the soft yet slightly crispy biscuit topping – that sops up that buttery, peachy goodness. Cobblers, crumbles,…
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Tomato Sandwiches

Growing up, my dad used to take me to Gutt’s Farm Stand in my hometown and let me pick out heirloom tomatoes. I remember my favorite heirlooms were Purple Cherokees. They were so sweet, large and oddly shaped, and deep dusky rose in color. One day we didn’t have bacon in the house for BLTs so we had “tomato sandwiches” instead. The tomatoes were so juicy and ripe that I…
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