Blue Cheese & Basil Soft Summer Tacos- A Colorful Variation on an Old Favorite

0 Comments 27 August 2014

Amie Valpone, HHC, AADP is the Editor-in-Chief of She is a Manhattan based Personal Chef, Culinary Nutritionist, Professional Recipe Developer, Food Photographer and Writer specializing in simple gluten-free ‘Clean’ recipes for the home cook.  Amie recently healed herself from a decade of chronic pain including Lyme Disease, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome and Heavy Metals exhausting every [...]

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Into the Garden of Eaten – no fuss, Shaved Zucchini Salad with Skellig, Lemon and Toasted Almonds

0 Comments 20 August 2014

Do you have a vegetable garden? Did you plant zucchini? Sneaky, isn’t it? A vine here, a blossom there, and then, boom! You’re buried in it. Sure, the first few dishes of the season – say, sautéed with garlic, basil and garden tomatoes, or the blossoms, stuffed and fried – were divine. And the fritters, [...]

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Sweet as a peach, Peach Pie

2 Comments 12 August 2014

Since 2006 Kate McDermott has taught the time-honored craft of pie making to thousands. Creator and founder of Art of the Pie , Kate has been featured in the New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today and countless other publications. SWEET AS A PEACH – PEACH PIE OK, I’ll come right out and say it. [...]

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Spiced Butter with Poached Shrimp over Fresh Corn and Avocado Salad

0 Comments 05 August 2014

This season so often finds us sweating over a backyard grill, putting a fine char on everything from franks to filet. Though searing heat and the smack of smoke may do wonders for sturdy cuts of meat or fish, it’s easy to lose the delicate nature of treats like shrimp over the roar of the [...]

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Cool and Crisp Gazpacho with Kerrygold Aged Cheddar Crisps

0 Comments 30 July 2014

The steamy days of summer have us all reaching for ways to keep cool, whether you dangle your feet in the lake, chase your kids through the sprinklers, or hold a soda can to the back of your neck. Short of parking yourself in front of the AC, there are plenty of appealing ways to [...]

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3 Comments 22 July 2014

Natalie is a computer programmer by day, and recipe developer, photographer, and writer for The Devil Wears Parsley by night. She uses the website as a platform to “feed your inner rock star,” which means nourishing yourself with awesome, organic, local, fresh, whole foods with the occasional indulgence, so you can continue to rock at [...]

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0 Comments 18 July 2014

Vintage Mom is a woman out to explore, celebrate, and enjoy everything that my community and living locally has to offer. Blessed with three beautiful children and an incredible husband, our family embraces adventure while dreaming of what is to come. I spend my days in awe of my family and trying to teach my [...]

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A Pie Potluck

0 Comments 10 July 2014

Kate McDermott is the creator and founder of Art of the Pie™ Workshops and Pie Camp. Since 2006 she has taught the time-honored craft of pie-making to thousands. One of the most highly sought-after culinary instructors in the North America, Kate is widely acknowledged as one of the best makers of pie ever. Named “Food [...]

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A Fabulous 4th… with Dubliner and Bacon-Roasted Potato Salad

0 Comments 01 July 2014

Anyone can boil up some potatoes and toss ‘em with mayo, slap a couple of burgers and dogs on the grill and call it a Fourth of July party. But that’s not the way you roll, is it? Here are three simple ways you can bring it up a notch– and make your 4th of [...]

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Corn, Down Mexico Way – Grilled Fresh Corn with Chile-Lime Mayo And Kerrygold Reserve Cheddar

0 Comments 27 June 2014

Sold as street food around the world, few versions of grilled corn are as enticing as the mayo-slathered, cheese-dusted elote con queso found in Mexico. Smoky, rich, delightfully messy, with the zing of cayenne and a bright note of cilantro, this treat stands well on its own or pairs like a dream with lime-spritzed, tequila-marinated [...]

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