Spicy Grilled Shrimp Salad

Spicy Grilled Shrimp Salad with Jalapeño Lime Vinaigrette

A spicy grilled shrimp salad to bring some fun, fiery flavor to your kitchen this summer! Juicy, spiced shrimp grilled until charred and tender, mixed with sweet grilled pineapple, arugula, creamy avocado, shaved radishes, cherry tomatoes, and fresh basil. Everything is drizzled with a charred jalapeño lime vinaigrette. It’s summer in a bowl with a little kick and lots of fresh ingredients.

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Chili Lime Sheet Pan Chicken

Sticky Chili Lime Sheet Pan Chicken

This sweet and sticky chili lime sheet pan chicken is going to make your weeknight cooking a whole lot better! The chicken is simply prepared and gets coated in a bold, flavorful glaze with lots of spice and a little sweetness. It comes together really quickly and also makes for the perfect leftovers.

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Burrata Pasta

Calabrian Chile & Burrata Pasta with Peas

Back with another easy pasta because it’s that time of year where easy pastas are almost a daily occurance! This calabrian chile & burrata pasta with peas is full of flavor, yet so simply delicious. And the best part? It comes together in a matter of minutes.

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Spicy Paccheri

Spicy Paccheri with Sausage & Greens

Every new season needs a really, really good new pasta dish. And this spicy paccheri with sausage & greens is it. Large, tube-like pasta tossed in a white wine butter sauce, full of spicy Italian sausage, wilted green chard, and lots of pecorino cheese. Trust me, this is a cold weather pasta that you will fall in love with.

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Macadamia Crusted Beef Tenderloin with Habanero Ginger Red Wine Sauce

Nothing can compare to a perfectly cooked piece of meat. Tender and juicy…bursting with flavor… It is simply the best. Especially around the holidays, I love making dinner a little bit special with a nice rib-eye, maybe a veal chop, or even a duck breast. Over the Thanksgiving weekend, my dad and I made prime rib with a thick salt crust for a family gathering. Everyone was raving about the flavor and tenderness of the meat, so I was inspired to try something different and make a crusted beef tenderloin, but this time with NUTS.

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