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25 November, 2015

Shrimp Avocado Lemon Salad

Shrimp Avocado Lemon Salad
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Ok, so it’s November, nearly Thanksgiving, cold, and generally miserable outside. So why am I messing with salads? I have no good reason other than this is an idea that struck me. I felt like avocado was permanently mated to lime juice and, frankly, I was sick of it. Not sick of the flavor per
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24 November, 2015

Garlic Shrimp Stuffed Avocado

Garlic Shrimp Stuffed Avocado
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This is another recipe that was in my Pinterest feed. Starting this blog has prompted me to actually go through and start trying all the recipes I’ve pinned. This particular recipe was located through some strange post promotion page and after some digging I found the original source, and that would be Debra’s blog at
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24 November, 2015

Ultimate Avocado Potato Salad

Ultimate Avocado Potato Salad
Posted in : Uncategorized on by : Cameron

        Hey everyone. How are we all doing on this chilly (in the northwest) Tuesday? So, I stumbled over this recipe courtesy of Pinterest. It looked really tasty to me despite my lack of love for potato salad. Those who know me know that I tend to prefer savory foods over sweet, with the possible
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17 November, 2015

Caipirinha

Caipirinha
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Cachaça (pronounced ka-SHA-sa).  The US government says it’s rum, but that’s about as close as it gets. Cachaça is a sugar cane derived liquor that is distilled at a lower proof than rum. It tends to have an almost “grassy” scent to it and it lends itself excellently to mixed drinks. The most famous of those mixed drinks
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17 November, 2015

Over The Top Reuben Sandwich

Over The Top Reuben Sandwich
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I have loved Reuben sandwiches since I was a kid. There has always just been something about how the flavors of the salty corned beef, slight bitterness of swiss cheese, sour of the sauerkraut, and the sweetness of the Thousand Island dressing. I frequently depart from tradition and make it on sourdough bread. My favorite
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