Lunch

Potato and Corn Chowder with Pancetta

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It’s winter, and this one has been a REAL winter. Tons of snow, a bunch of ridiculously cold days, and that feeling of wanting to do nothing more than wrap up in a blanket in front of the fire. As a side note, man do I ever wish we had a wood burning fireplace, gas just isn’t the same. Another ...

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Summer Salad with Cantaloupe, Bocconcini, Prosciutto and Mint

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Alright, getting back in to the swing of things around here with a super quick and easy salad. It’s delicious too. What isn’t delicious about juicy balls of fresh melon, soft mild cheese, salty cured meat, and brisk mint. I mean honestly, I could probably eat this daily for a month before I was sick of it. Anna was as ...

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Goat Cheese Crisp and Potato Salad

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Now, I’m not often one to opt for salads. I’m trying to get healthier, but my big plan is really just to cut out pop, and start running on the elliptical (which is what I’m supposed to be doing now, but the kids went down for a nap really easily today, and I’m thinking I can knock out this post and join ...

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Panzanella (Tomato and Toasted Bread Salad)

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I’d like to introduce you all to my new favorite lunch. I haven’t quite convinced Oliver that it’s a lunch (he always side-eyes salad), but if I throw a hot dog on a plate with this beside it, he’s quite happy to pick away. Silly boy. If you already know Panzanella salads, well first off, lucky you and why didn’t ...

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Canadian Bacon and Egg Sandwich

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Just another quick sandwich post, clearly I have an addiction going right now. Ciabatta bread, fried egg, fried peameal bacon, a dash of ketchup (if that’s your thing), and some cheese (personally I’m a fan of havarti; I’m a fan of it on just about everything). So, no recipe coming with this one, I don’t think it’s necessary (that and ...

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Pizza Roll-ups

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I was stuck trying to think of something different for Oliver for lunch. I opened the crisper and saw the pile of green peppers that I’d forgotten I’d bought, then I looked to the island and saw all the sweet onions. I didn’t really have a choice, what ever it was I was making, it was going to be chop ...

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