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How To Make A Show-Stopping Charcuterie Board

First things first, what's the difference between a Cheese Board and a Charcuterie Board? Both are delicious, both are crowd-pleasers, but they do have a few differences along the way. The major difference between the two is a charcuterie board includes meat while a cheese board does not. A cheese board is just as delicious… Continue reading How To Make A Show-Stopping Charcuterie Board

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One-Pot-Wonder Sausage and Pepper Sliders With a Honey Mustard Sauce

I love a good burger, but I love a great slider even more! I'm not quite sure of the ratio between slider and burgers, but I always assumed 2 sliders equals one big burger. Which always makes me feel a little excited at the chance to eat two burgers. The idea to make a sausage… Continue reading One-Pot-Wonder Sausage and Pepper Sliders With a Honey Mustard Sauce

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Loaded Italian Rainbow Pasta Salad

The weather is warming up, the birds are singing, and the sun rises at approximately 5:57 in the morning. Yup, you guessed it, we have officially hit an early summer. Here in North Carolina, it's not that uncommon to have a blast of heat early in the springtime. It's actually been an unusual year where… Continue reading Loaded Italian Rainbow Pasta Salad

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Homemade Gnocchi

If you're worried about making homemade pasta at home but have a craving for delicious, homemade dough, I have got you covered!! If I had to describe gnocchi, I would say it's like an Italian dumpling! Soft, pillowy, a little chewy, and absolute perfection. I've heard some people call it pasta, others say it's not,… Continue reading Homemade Gnocchi

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Roasted Carrots

If you're going to host Easter dinner, then carrots must be on the table. One: It's probably good to have at least one vegetable on the table. Unfortunately, the potatoes probably don't count after we've smothered them in cheese, butter, and other deliciousness. Two: If holidays had mascots, then Easter's holiday is definitely a bunny!… Continue reading Roasted Carrots

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Crockpot Irish Beef Stew

For a fun spin on St. Patrick's Day dinner, I decided to make Irish Beef Stew! The difference between this beef stew and the one I grew up on is the addition of tomato paste instead of canned tomatoes and the addition of a stout beer! Don't worry about giving beer to the young kiddos… Continue reading Crockpot Irish Beef Stew