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Mushroom Carpaccio with Parmigiano Reggiano

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Mushroom Carpaccio with Parmigiano Reggiano - Dang that's Delicious

Mushroom Carpaccio is a fabulous appetizer that looks and tastes great. It’s easy to prepare and is a great starter dish to serve when entertaining guests. Carpaccio is an Italian dish traditionally made with raw meat, but in today’s modern times, it can be prepared with thinly sliced sushi-grade fish or vegetables and seasoned with lemon juice, olive oil, sea salt and ground black pepper.

Cheese Tortellini Soup

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Cheese Tortellini Soup - Dang that's Delicioius

This cheese tortellini soup recipe with an Asian twist takes less than 30 minutes to make and you only need one pot. It is a tasty alternative when you don’t have time to cook an elaborate meal. 

Fig Hotdog

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Fig Hotdog - Dang that's Delicious

Here is the second installment of a two part post inspired by the California Fig Advisory Board sponsored event hosted by Erika of In Erika’s Kitchen and Judy of Two Broads Abroad.  This tasty fig hotdog recipe created with the help of my significant other puts traditional hotdog toppings on the back burner.  While unconventional, it is a must try!  In addition to being absolutely delicious, this hotdog recipe featuring the fig mayo from my first post is quite healthy. 

Fig Mayo + Figology Fest II

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I recently attended a sponsored event held by California Fig Advisory Board. Erika of In Erika’s Kitchen and Judy of Two Broads Abroad were gracious hosts who created and cooked up bountiful savory and sweet dishes highlighting none other than figs (of course). It was a figgy fest that myself and other food bloggers came together to enjoy. We even got to bring home trays of figs (3 varieties) to experiment and create our own original fig recipes. Before I share one of those special recipes with you all, here are some highlights from the event. 

{Review} Simply Kale

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Crunch… Crunch… CRUNNNNCH!

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If you are craving something crunchy to snack on, instead of grabbing a bag of potato chips, try baked kale chips! Not a fan of kale? Trust me. The baked version will convert you and it’s a healthy alternative to those greasy, fatty potato chips! Your waistline will thank you. Simply Kale exclusively used non-GMO rice bran oil and extra virgin coconut oil to bake the kale chips. They are healthy fats our body needs.