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Hot Smoked Salmon Dip
Are you hosting any of the holidays this year? I’ve never hosted Thanksgiving or Christmas on my own, but I’ve often been tasked with bringing part of the meal. The trickiest task to me is bringing an appetizer. What won’t upstage the main dishes by being too filling or too similar in flavor? This year, I’m going for a warm, gooey Hot Smoked Salmon Dip.
Cajun Catfish (low-carb, gluten-free, and delicious!)
I promise I will talk about important things again soon, but right now I want to take five minutes or so and just think about TRADER JOE’S and CAJUN CATFISH. Anyone up for five minutes of self-care with me?
Here’s the plan: let’s talk about our favorite things at Trader Joe’s because that’s always fun, and then I’ll give you an awesome recipe that has nothing to do with Trader Joe’s just ’cause it’s really tasty. Sound good? Good.
My favorite things at Trader Joe’s right now in no particular order are: (more…)
Salmon Tacos with Cilantro-Lime Slaw
This post is going to be a midweek sob fest, so let me reassure you before we begin: there’s a taco recipe at the end! And the tacos are super quick and so delicious that Mike and I have eaten them for dinner four nights in a row! It’s all gonna be okay!
Now for the depressing story. I love Susie’s Senior Dogs, an organization that advertises senior rescue dogs on social media to increase their chances of getting adopted. Yesterday they shared Kooper, a deformed dog with many health issues at the overwhelmed and underfunded high-kill Miami-Dade Animal Shelter. Kooper immediately won my heart because of how sweet he seemed despite his unhappy circumstances.
Sausage & Caramelized Onion Breakfast Hash
Thanks to Tasteful Selections for sponsoring this recipe!
One thing I fight against every day is the weird feminine ideal of being quiet and demure. There are continual implications in pop culture (and probably in many of our daily lives) that women talk too much, and that the most attractive women are ones who either know how to shut up or, due to language barriers, have no choice but to shut up.