Crispy Rice & Sashimi Tuna Bites

I like to consider myself the queen of making things that look really hard & intricate but in reality are really no fuss recipes. This one is AH-MAZING. I have been craving foods that I normally don’t make at home and for whatever reason, I’ve always been nervous to make & serve raw fish. In this instance, my craving beat…

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2020 Holiday Gift Guide: Local Love – Fairfield County

Shopping (and gifting!) local is so, so important to our communities. Below are some of my favorite Fairfield County small businesses. If you’re stumped on a physical gift, I cannot stress this enough: GIFT CARDS TO LOCAL SHOPS! Below are a roundup of a few of my favorite local shops that I frequent. From coffee to a hair stylist to…

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2020 Holiday Gift Guide: Chef

Need a gift for someone who loves to spend time in the kitchen? My favorite picks rounded up above. Happy shopping! Vitamix Blender Haus Aperitif Half Baked Harvest Cookbook Sous Vide The Always Pan – get it for under $100 with code: SUPERSALE Le Creuset Dutch Oven Custom Wine Chiller Custom Cheese Board Brightland Olive Oils Nespresso – on sale…

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Lemon Blueberry Scones

Ugh, scones! If done well, they are one of my favorite pastries. They can get a bad rep for being dry but these scones are anything but. And because I bake with minimal rules, you can cut these into any shape you want. I started with best intentions to cut them in a traditional scone shape but like always I…

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Roasted Tomato Tart With Pesto & Ricotta

Ah a tomato tart. It just tastes like the end of summer. That’s when my mom’s tomato plants would always produce the most tomatoes, usually forcing us to make a billion recipes with tomatoes for the next few weeks. Spoiler alert: I didn’t and still don’t mind 🙂 This is truly a quick recipe that looks tricky but frankly, save…

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