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Crispy Salmon Cakes - you'll love this recipe adapted from Cook's Illustrated! Makes a fantastic dinner or impressive appetizer served with a Creamy Lemon-Herb Dipping Sauce. | @tasteLUVnourish on TasteLoveAndNourish.com

March 15, 2015 | 44 Comments
Crispy Salmon Cakes

I’ve always been drawn to food. From my early days of blissfully devouring jars of Gerber Peaches to watching my Mom, happily cooking in the kitchen, then fast-forward to now…living life as a foodie…I’ve always been enamored. The process of cooking, the science of food, the tastes and the memories they create…I love it all…. continue reading »

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White Bean and Chicken Chili - So delicious, healthy and easy with a great spicy kick! | From @tasteLUVnourish on TasteLoveAndNourish.com

February 28, 2015 | 11 Comments
White Bean and Chicken Chili

This winter’s weather has been simply frigid. I know the end is in sight, but right now, it’s 12 degrees outside my window! Truly, I don’t really mind the cold. I mean, there are a lot more great hair days in the winter! Haha, no really, there are! And I do love wearing cozy sweaters… continue reading »

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Thai Cashew Chicken and Mango Salad - this salad is full of so many great flavors and textures. | @tasteLUVnourish on TasteLoveAndNourish.com

February 23, 2015 | 6 Comments
Thai Cashew Chicken and Mango Salad

Salads that pass as a complete meal make me more happy than I can tell you. Especially when things get busy and getting take-out becomes tempting. I love that I can make the dressing, chop a few things or even grill some chicken ahead of time, then just put it all together in the evening…. continue reading »

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Rice Pilaf - learn how to make a deliciously basic rice pilaf with tips for success. | From @tasteLUVnourish on www.tasteloveandnourish.com

February 3, 2015 | 8 Comments
Rice Pilaf

Rice pilaf is one of those basic dishes that, once mastered, can become your most versatile. This simple recipe is an Armenian pilaf that we ate growing up. I still make this regularly, sometimes just as is, but jazzing it up with spices, vegetables, nuts and even dried fruits can take this so many steps… continue reading »

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Honey Wheat Brown Bread - this hearty bread is slightly sweet and perfect served with a meal. | @tasteLUVnourish on www.tasteloveandnourish.com #threeloaves

January 24, 2015 | 9 Comments
Honey Wheat Brown Bread

As someone who focuses so much on food, it pains me to think of anyone being hungry. But, hunger, as we all know, is a huge epidemic. So, when I heard that fellow food blogger, the passionate Jerry Stone, of Cooking Stoned, started the Three Loaves movement, I knew I had to get on board…. continue reading »

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Sweet Potato Casserole | @tasteLUVnourish | #sweetpotato #casserole #light @lovemysilk

November 13, 2014 |
Sweet Potato Casserole

When I was newly married, my Mom would send me big envelopes filled with recipe clippings she’d find in magazines and newspapers. On them, she’d jot down notes, circling things she liked and crossing out things she didn’t. I never really appreciated those clippings as much as I do now…almost twenty-five years later! In one… continue reading »

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Southwest Chopped Salad with Salsa Vinaigrette | @tasteLUVnourish

November 4, 2014 | 8 Comments
Southwest Chopped Salad with Salsa Vinaigrette

Meals have been challenging in my house lately. My daughter is back to being a pescatarian. She no longer eats meat, only seafood. Then, my son and I have eliminated flour and sugar from our diets completely, to rule out some health issues. My husband? Oh, he’s still eating donuts! So, what works for some… continue reading »

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