Lightened-Up Strawberry Mille Feuille #SundaySupper #FLStrawberry

When winter approaches in Florida, my mind begins dreaming of luscious ripe strawberries dipped into chocolate, hot fudge, whipped cream, caramel sauce … mmmmm … sorry, I was dreaming. It’s the new year, so I’ve created a lightened-up version of a Mille-Feuille featuring Florida Strawberries to satisfy my sweet cravings while also eating on the healthy side. This post is sponsored by the Florida Strawberry Growers Association in conjunction with a social media campaign through Sunday Supper LLC. All opinions are my own. Mille-Feuille Mille Feuille (pronounced meel-foy) is a French pastry which name means one thousand sheets, layers,...

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Cappelletti Pasta in Beef Bone Broth #Beefsgiving

I love the simplicity of beef bone broth. Think of it as your favorite black dress. It goes with everything, makes you look & feel fabulous and sure to wow. On casual days, pour it in a mug, heat in the microwave, season to taste with salt, pepper, garlic and call it a day for a convenient, nutritious and immune system booster.

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NCR Cookies #SundaySupper

Have you ever found yourself torn between what you desire and what is good for you? For weeks, perhaps months I craved something decadent, pillowy, depth, a hint of piquant, spirited and not to cloying. These NCR Cookies are the result of a weekend spent in the kitchen, focused on recreating what I yearned and dreamt of since late winter. When you find yourself hankering for something appetizing and a sure thing, NCR Cookies hit the right spot over and over again.  These cookies make you want to continue eating them even though you know you shouldn’t. This toothsome spicy, chocolate...

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Creamy Polenta with Shredded Beef Braised in a Tomato Wine Sauce ~ #SundaySupper

Creamy Polenta with Shredded Beef Braised in a Tomato Wine Sauce ~ #SundaySupper This post is sponsored by Florida Beef Council in conjunction with a social media campaign through Sunday Supper LLC. All opinions are my own. My most treasured memories growing up in a Sicilian home are centered around food and family. Food brought us together. It was the cornerstone of our relationships and our lives. We always ate a long table or a couple of tables meshed together; eating as one unit. You didn’t get up from the table once you finished. Life was too exciting sitting...

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