Crispy, Gooey Fresh Mozzarella Steaks

Crispy, Gooey, Fresh Mozzarella Steaks from foodiewithfamily.com #FreezerFriendly #MakeAheadMondays

I’ve mentioned before that I was a vegetarian whilst living as an exchange student in France right? Pardonez-moi while I go smack my head against the door for the umpteenth time over that one, would ya?  I wouldn’t quite say I regret it, but I do wish I tried a few of the meaty-delicacies France…

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Coconut Infused White Balsamic Vinegar

Coconut Infused White Balsamic Vinegar for fruit, fruit salad, and sipping in icy cold soda water! foodiewithfamily.com

Are you familiar with white balsamic vinegar? It’s pretty much heaven in a bottle. It is VERY, very similar flavour-wise to regular balsamic vinegar, but it’s a bit lighter in body and a little more clean tasting. When I turned forty last week, my sweet baby sister bought me a bottle of assorted infused oils…

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Cheesy Barbecue Chicken and Bacon Egg Rolls

Cheesy Barbecue Chicken and Bacon Eggrolls from foodiewithfamily.com #spon #cheese

I was compensated to write this post and develop this recipe by Land O’Lakes and  Land O Lakes® Deli Cheese. All opinions and silliness remain my own. In the wonderful world of food, there are several foods that are almost universally loved (unless you’re a fat eschewing vegan or vegetarian, in which case this list…

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Fiori di Sicilia Buttercream {orange vanilla butterceam}

Fiori Di Sicilia Buttercream {orange vanilla buttercream} foodiewithfamily.com

It takes a very special frosting to ding my chimes. Being more of a pie person than a cake person, I just don’t get all excited over frosting. This frosting, though? Hubba. Hubba. Silky smooth, lightly orange and vanilla flavoured buttercream is un-flippin’-believable. I’m not going to lie to you… This is probably one of…

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Peppermint Patty Milkshakes

Cool, chocolatey, Peppermint Patty Milkshake from foodiewithfamily.com

Here’s the deal. I’m turning 40 this week. I don’t see this as a thing to hide. I think every single day I’m alive is empirical evidence that I’m okay at this being alive thing and is a reason to brag. I’m here! And to celebrate this week, I’m posting some of my favourite foods…

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Guava and Cream Cheese Hand Pies

Guava and Cream Cheese Hand Pies from foodiewithfamily #JCPAmbassador #Spon #BlogHer

While attending BlogHer Food in Miami this past May, I attended a workshop taught by my gal, Meseidy of The Noshery, and Carla of The Cuban Brit. The workshop was on cooking traditional Puerto Rican and Cuban foods or putting spins on those cuisines. I walked away from the workshop very full indeed (SAMPLES!!), and…

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Slow-Cooker Five Spice Pork Roast

Slow-Cooker Five Spice Pork Roast with Sweet Potatoes foodiewithfamily.com

Slow-cookers have acquired a bum rap for turning out bland, homogenous, texturally lacking food. Why-oh-why do people have this misconception? I want to whisper a little theory because it’s not a very popular one… I think it’s because people thing you can dump any old thing in there along with a can or two of…

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Coconut Cream Lime Pops

Just 5 ingredients and a blender are all you need to make these creamy Coconut Cream Lime Pops from foodiewithfamily.com

It’s hot out; ninety degrees in the shade hot is what it is with about eighty percent relative humidity. My boys -who aren’t usually given to running around shirtless- haven’t had a shirt on in days. Well, the sixteen year old has, but that’s because it’s nearly impossible to throw eight hundred bales of hay…

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Cool Ranch Dorito Cheese Curds

You like Cool Ranch Doritos? Like cheese curds? How about Cool Ranch Doritos Cheese Curds on foodiewithfamily.com. All natural! No MSG!

I have a dear friend who told me she has never tasted cheese curds. I am not going to lie; I gasped. Perhaps it’s living where I live -in the heart of New York dairy country- that makes cheese curds so ubiquitous. Even the rinky dink grocery store in our town (“What’s a vegetable?” they…

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