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Chili Flank Steak with Sweet Potato Kale Hash

With today being May 4th, Americans are predictively preparing their Cinco de Mayo plans and I’m obviously going to be giving you a delicious Mexican-inspired steak recipe. I also wanted to do was lay down a little history lesson first. Let’s get this straight people, we are NOT celebrating Mexico’s Independence Day. That falls on September 16th. What beer companies actually have us celebrating is the Mexican army’s surprise victory over the French in 1862 at the Battle of Puebla. A severely...

Buffalo Deviled Eggs

If there is one thing Atlanta does well (obviously not roads…what’s that? Another road just buckled? Another bridge is on fire? Another sink hole just appeared? Too soon?), we can brunch with the best of them. There are numerous breakfast/brunch spots around Atlanta on the weekend that are always hopping and really, you can’t go wrong with any of them as they all feature their own spin on “weekend brunch.” Now, I really love going out to all of these...

BBQ Chickpeas on Polenta Roasted Vegetable Stack with Ranch Hummus

I had intended to make this recipe for lunch one day, except the recipe was for a savory salad bowl. As most days go with toddlers, I ended up not having nearly enough time to make it. Fair warning, this recipe does take a bit of time to complete, so grab a glass of wine, turn on some music, and enjoy. The weather was celebrating the arrival of Spring, so a BBQ recipe seemed to be in order. I also was really craving roasted...

Campfire Foil Packs Three Ways

This past weekend, my husband and I went camping at Cloudland Canyon in Rising Fawn, GA. This is easily one of the most beautiful places in Georgia, even in the middle of winter (or whatever you want to call this mild weather). We hiked down to the two waterfalls, Cherokee Falls and Hemlock Falls, and also a quick trail run around the West Rim Loop trail one afternoon. The weather was amazing most of the time (despite a pretty massive thunder...