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Such a lovely herb in every way.

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Cauliflower: one of my favorite cruciferous vegetables.

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Add gnocchi in the mix and you have a meal: Gnocchi with Roasted Cauliflower.

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And what to do with the leftover sage?
Bake Bloomin Herb Bread, of course.

I’m finally getting back into cooking and baking.
Blogging, not so much (as you can tell).
Life is a little crazier with a baby.
I can hear all you veteran moms laughing at me right now.
Anyways, here are some of the dishes we’ve been cooking up as of late. 

Tor starters, I promised Mike I would do his Master Omelet justice here on the blog:
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On Labor Day, Mike cooked up a fabulous breakfast.  He made a giant Bacon, Cheese, Mushroom & Pepper Omelet.  It was fantastic.  Later that same week he made these awesome Grilled Chicken Clubs.  Sadly, I have no pictures of those.  But take my word for it, they were yummy.  He’s my own Take Home Chef!! 😉

Next, Curried Ground Turkey with Potatoes.  Only I used beef. (Yes, I know that’s not very Indianish of me.)
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Also on the menu: Buffalo Chicken Wraps from Everyday Food
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The recipe called for hot sauce for the chicken.  Next time, I would definitely use wing sauce.  They tasted more like Spicy Chicken than Buffalo Chicken.

I do not have any pictures of this, but I hosted a girls night this week and made Hot Fudge Peanut Butter Pudding Cake.  Make this ASAP.  And just remember – it’s fat, sugar, and calorie free!!!! 😉

And last but not least, I made this Bloomin’ Herb Bread last night.  It’s one of our favorites and is so super easy to make. 
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Next up on the list is salsa.  I, too, am fed up with the jarred stuff.  It just doesn’t cut it anymore.  Traci made this recently and let me taste it – i’m hooked!  Can’t wait to make my own.

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The Smittys

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