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Almond Chicken with Peaches and Roquefort

As a lifestyle blogger and absolute foodie, I’m always trying different cuisines and creating innovative food experiences at home. Interestingly enough, I’ve eaten just about every type of food from all the major food groups but whether I’m at…

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Hearty Chicken Cobb Salad

Those of you who either know or follow me are fully aware that I love a good salad. The classic Cobb salad is among my most favorite preparations and it’s incredibly nutritious. Here’s a recipe for my ‘Hearty Chicken Cobb Salad’, which…

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Tangy Tagine of Chicken with Apricots

Chicken is undoubtedly one of the most widely consumed foods in the world. Whether baked, roasted, grilled, pan-fried or skewered, it’s indeed a standard go-to food among virtually all meat eaters. While I regularly eat a healthy balance of…

Image and Recipe Courtesy of Iberia Foods
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Hearty Chicken Kabobs

I’m a huge fan of kabobs! Whether you prepare them with steak, chicken or fish, kabobs are a great way to sneak more veggies into your diet. Here’s a hearty, low-calorie recipe for chicken kabobs that’s incredibly rich in protein, healthy fats, and key…

Image and Recipe Courtesy of bistroMD
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Grilled Chicken with Roasted Garlic Veloute Sauce

As one who follows the Mediterranean-style of eating, chicken and extra virgin olive oil are my staple foods. Combining these nutrient-rich ingredients in different preparations helps keep my pallet excited for each new meal. Here’s one of my favorite out of…

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Goat Cheese and Mushroom Stuffed Chicken Breasts

During my many years as a vegan, I enjoyed mushrooms in just about every dish. While I’m no longer a vegan, I still regularly include them in many food preparations, especially salads and stuffings. Here’s one of my favorite mushroom-packed recipes…

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Turkey Bacon Wrapped Chicken

I don’t know about you, but bacon just makes everything taste better to me. Still, I seldom eat it as a main course. Instead, I generally treat it as more of a garnish for meats and omelets or a ‘salty’ seasoning for salads.…