A Lighter Bananas Foster!

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What’s better than dessert? A dessert where you can cook with fire! There’s S’mores, creme brulee and bananas foster! My recipe for bananas foster focuses on a reduced fat version by cutting back on the butter and using milk instead … Read More

Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise

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Special. That is what I have to say about Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise, it is special. Located within the massive peaks of the Canadian Rockies, the historic hotel rests along the shores of the picturesque blue waters of Lake Louise. … Read More

Pizza Rice Supreme

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So I know the name is a little weird, but it explains the dish perfectly! This recipe is almost like having a pizza, just in a really different format. You’ll enjoy all the same great flavors, but with brown rice … Read More

US History Adventure

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My US History trip is an amazing opportunity to explore our Country’s history. It will take you from the Boston Harbor to the Statue of Liberty, and then to the U.S. Capitol. You can dine in some of the best … Read More

Chicken Cacciatore

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This is one of the first meals that made me feel “cheffy.” I’m not sure why, maybe it’s the name, “Hey everyone the cacciatore is ready, come eat the cacciatore!” I love the sweetness the wine adds, as well as … Read More

My Favorite Denver Restaurants

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Denver, the mile high city, is a lively city to experience both nature and an urban vibe. Nature lovers can bike, hike and pretty much go. After exploring, you can always refuel and recharge at one of the below restaurants. … Read More

Chicken Cordon Bleu

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Chicken cordon bleu is one of the first recipes where I really impressed myself. It’s a meal that’s in our rotation now, and something I enjoy makings with the kids. It does take some prep, but after you make it … Read More

My Homemade Spaetzle

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Spaetzle is something that I love to make. It’s a side that can go with a lot of different main dishes. My spaetzle are not traditional in that I don’t use nutmeg, but are a wonderful take on the classic. … Read More

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