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45 Recipes for Memorial Day

45 Recipes for Memorial Day celebrations - Poet in the Pantry

Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial intro to the summer season. Opened with picnics and parades, we welcome the warm days ahead while honoring those who died while serving in the United States armed forces. Get your flags ready to wave and your grill ready to fire up–I have a bevy of essential recipes for …

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Grilled Bacon-Wrapped Chicken over Creamy Spinach Pasta

Bacon-Wrapped Chicken over Creamy Spinach Pasta - poet in the pantry

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There’s nothing like the flavor grilling imparts! Just about anything is improved by some time on those hot grates, searing to perfection what would otherwise …

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Baked Ziti

plate of baked ziti

Temperatures have dropped and leaves are changing–it’s starting to feel like Fall around here. Cool weather like this calls for hearty meals. Food that sticks to your bones. Food that warms you from the inside out. Food that keeps you satiated for hours to come. Food that makes you think of home, childhood, and family …

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Chocolate Pasta

bowl of chocolate pasta

You may recall that Kate at Food Babbles and I made crème brûlée together in July–a first for both of us. This goes back to my list of goals for this year and the fact that we both wanted to accomplish this same goal, so we decided to knock it off our lists at the …

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Lazy Lasagna…Not So Lazy

Lazy Lasagna

When it comes to dinner, I often run out of steam, too worn out from the day to care much about what goes on everyone’s plates before bedding down for the night. Peanut butter and jelly are just fine with me. Whatever is effortless and makes the least mess is great–after all, it’s just the …

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Baked Mac and Cheese

baked mac and cheese

There are days when all you want to do is hang out in your sweatpants, unkempt and unmade, snuggling under the covers while trying to repair the rents in your soul. There doesn’t necessarily have to be a cause–an identifiable reason–for this black hole to suck you in, leaving you flapping around helpless, unable to …

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