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Shrimp and White Bean Tostadas

Shrimp and White Bean Tostadas

When the semester gets busy–which is pretty much immediately–I start to fall back on fast, easy to put together meals.  Anything elaborate either happens on Sundays or is prepared by one of our favorite restaurants.  One of my absolute favorite “fast food” meals is shrimp tacos or tostadas.  They come together really quickly, taste wonderful, […]

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Curried Cabbage with Gulf Shrimp

Curried Cabbage with Gulf Shrimp

It’s the time of year when meal planning revolves around “let’s see what shows up in the C.S.A. box and plan from there.”  The beauty of this is that I love to invent meals based on what is on hand, and having a lot of fresh produce means we eat really well in late summer.  […]

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Artichokes Stuffed with Citrus-Tarragon Shrimp

Artichokes Stuffed with Citrus-Tarragon Shrimp

It is springtime along the Front Range, and we have been planting as if we were pioneers.  A few days ago I put in some artichokes, a perennial plant that is really just a giant, delicious thistle.  They grow well in our semi-arid climate, and short of asparagus they are my absolute favorite vegetable.  If […]

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Shrimp with Cara Cara Oranges

Simple Saturday Salad: Shrimp with Cara Cara Oranges

I’ve been away from the blog for too long, largely due to an excess of work (that whole getting paid thing sometimes gets in the way of life…).  Cooking has been pretty minimal as we slog our way toward Spring Break (one more week!), so we have been relying on lots of frozen stuff, quick […]

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Dinner for One

Harrison is off at a conference, so I am temporarily carnivorous and temporarily cooking for one.  While my initial impulse was to microwave some Amy’s Mac and Cheese,  I have really been wanting a piece of fish.  I got a nice piece of Mahi Mahi and cooked it with a few shrimp, some Aleppo pepper, […]

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