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Entertaining Essentials: Veal Scaloppine Summer Salad Topped with Corn, Leek, and Asparagus Sauté

My easy to make, crispy light veal scaloppine served over this main dish dinner salad is going to be your new go to for all warm weather, summer entertaining. I promise you’ll impress your pals at the next alfresco dinner party or casual date night with these bright colors, bursts of citrus, and simple farm fresh ingredients that combine to make, if I may say so myself, summer salad perfection.

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Veal Scaloppine Summer Salad Topped with Corn, Leek, and Asparagus Sauté

My easy to make, crispy light veal scaloppine served over this main dish dinner salad is going to be your new go to for all warm weather, summer entertaining. I promise you’ll impress your pals at the next alfresco dinner party or casual date night with these bright colors, bursts of citrus, and simple farm fresh ingredients that combine to make, if I may say so myself, summer salad perfection.

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What’s For Dinner: Chipotle Pepper and Cumin Roasted Chicken Fajitas

DIY’ing at the dinner table has always been a thing in my family. Growing up the most popular make it yourself spread was the chicken fajita. And while these memories are of simpler times, i.e., shredded lettuce, diced tomatoes, Kraft shredded cheddar, and grilled chicken, there is no denying that the famous sizzlin’ fajita is just really damn delish, no matter the sum of the parts.

By classing it up a bit with authentic Mexican spices, restaurant worthy – make ahead side dishes, and some adult beverages, fajita night is still a major thing in adulthood (wait, I have to be an adult?). So when days like Cinco de Mayo roll around, or just about any other Friday night, the fajita is one serious party participation pleaser.

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Lemon Baked Chicken Paillard Over Citrus Ramp and Veggie Angel Hair Pasta

Our baked to crispy perfection chicken paillard dish is paired with a lemon packed ramp angel hair pasta dish that is light, crisp, and totally satisfying in those warmer months of alfresco dining. Inspired by almost every culinary moment I had out in Capri, where every chef has a lemony-white wine pasta dish that is so simple yet delicious that it blows your mind.

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Spring Greens, Lemony Ginger Baked Rice Pilaf

Full of greens, baked to fluffy perfection, this hands free rice pilaf is the perfect party side. People will love the colors, bright tangy and nutty flavors, and you can make it way ahead of time or just stick it in the oven during cocktails for a pipping hot side dish that tastes like you’ve been slaving over the stove.

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Whole Roasted Herb-Garlic Butter Chicken

This chicken is moist, moist, moist. There, we said it. Not just once but three times. There just isn’t any other way to describe the deliciousness. Besides easy, easy, easy. That’s Threasy! The garlic herb butter is the key to this chickie’s magic and we assure you you’ll agree.

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Korean Beef Bulgogi & Kimchi-Veggie Noodle Bowls

Beef Bulgogi is super popular. Why? ‘Cause it is bomb. Every Korean family, chef, or bulgogi-connoisseur has their own twist: adding fruits, citrus, and spices to the marinade or toppings and accoutrements. Our version takes a traditional approach with the addition of fresh orange juice for tang and to mellow out some of the spice from the Gochujang (fermented chile paste).

We also love to serve it in a bowl along side rice, grains, or noodles, for a one dish show stopper. Pair our Bulgogi with two other Korean inspired Fete-a-Tete side dishes, our Kimchi-Veggie Noodle Stir Fry and Ginger Chile Brocolli Rabe and Red Pepper Sauté. Served together in a bowl, the complex spices, flavors, and combinations of Korea have us Seou’led on our new 2017 food destination of choice.

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Cast-Iron Chicken Parmesan

Perfectly crisped, cheesy chicken parmesan in one cooking dish. The cast-iron skillet creates the perfect crust and ensures the baked Italian classic comes out moist and full of flavor. This is an all time crowd pleaser.

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Cast-Iron Skillet Pork Chops with Roasted Potatoes

Pork chops are a really easy thing to mess up. The meat can become a dried out, dull dinner if you don’t have the right tools and know how. Using a cast iron skillet can help make it almost foolproof to get your chop extra crispy on the outside and nice and moist (sorry we had to say it), on the inside.

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