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Greek Village Salad + Cookbook Giveaway

Greek Village Salad #recipe

This lettuce-free Greek Village Salad is a staple of nearly every Greek lunch and dinner.  Packed with vegetables and light on dressing, it is a healthy and wholesome dish that anyone can feel good about. Today I am teaming up with television host and now cookbook author, Debbie Matenopoulos, to promote her new book, “It’s […]

Grilled Chicken Romaine Salad with Homemade Ranch Dressing

Grilled Chicken Romain Salad with Homemade Ranch Dressing

Chopped grilled chicken and slightly charred hearts of romaine served halved with a creamy homemade ranch dressing. In Mississippi, you can grill year round.  Have we done that?  No.  But, we did bust it out earlier than other folks in the country and have been grilling for weeks now.  Way before Memorial Day weekend.  ;) […]

Fresh Salsa Chopped Salad

Fresh Salsa Chopped Salad - tomato salsa combined with chopped lettuce and a lime juice dressing

Fresh tomato and avocado salsa mixed with chopped romaine leaves, with a spiced lime juice dressing.  Perfect for a light lunch or to start off a summer meal. Can I tell you how excited I am about my progress with losing my baby weight?  Remember I told you that I started keeping track of my […]

Southern-Style Chicken and Dumplings

Chicken and Dumplings #recipe from SeededAtTheTable.com @seededtable

Chicken and Dumplings straight from a Southern gramma’s kitchen. I have this friend.  Although she’s not even 30 years old, she has three (almost four!) kids and a husband to feed.  This is no problem for her because she is an amazing Southern cook.  She grew up in the Mississippi Delta.  Have you seen or […]

Sweet and Spicy Chili

Sweet and Spicy Chili by SeededAtTheTable.com

The sweet chili sauce mixed with the spicy beans and chili powder make for a hearty sweet & spicy wintery dinner. Do you feel bad about not using up your pantry items before making your next grocery visit?  Although I am 99.9% sure that no one completely empties out their pantry, I always feel guilty […]

Chicken Salad Sandwiches with Cranberries and Mixed Nuts

Chicken Salad with healthy ingredients and fighter foods by SeededAtTheTable.com

A healthier chicken salad sandwich with fighter foods like mixed nuts and dried cranberries. Ben and I love chicken salad sandwiches.  My favorite way to serve and eat them is on a croissant roll with an additional layer of spinach.  Typically, I go for a combination with grapes, celery and mayo, like this recipe I […]

Slow Cooker Chicken Tortilla Soup

Chicken Tortilla Soup in the slow cooker by SeededAtTheTable.com

Throw it all in the slow cooker and let this tortilla soup cook through the day.  In the last few minutes before serving, bake up some crispy tortilla strips for the win! January is the month where we all resolve to be more healthy and try to detox from the consumption of Christmas cookies and […]

Salad Sundays: Chicken and Grilled Corn Salad with Greek Yogurt Vinaigrette

chicken and grilled corn salad

Happy Sunday!  On Facebook today, I admitted that I’m a very nosy person.  If you didn’t get a chance to feed my appetite for learning more about you, head on over and answer me.  Are any of you taking the Plank-a-Day challenge?  I’m up to a 2-minute plank, people!  Okay, that 2-minutes isn’t full-on perfect […]

Salad Sundays: Glazed Fruit Salad

Glazed Fruit Salad

It is very possible every one of you have had this fruit salad before, whether you remember it or not. If you do not remember it, then it’s likely your mother put it on your plate when you were 3 years old at your church potluck or family barbecue. In other words, this is an […]

Macaroni and Cheese Soup with Roasted Cherry Tomatoes and Avocado Dippers + The RecipeGirl Cookbook Giveaway

Macaroni and Cheese Soup

WINNER CHOSEN:  The winner of The RecipeGirl Cook Book is Ange W., who said: “I am so excited about all of her kid-friendly recipes! How do I choose only one stand-out recipe? I’m very excited about the croissant chicken! I think my family will love it!”  Congratulations, Ange!  Check your email for instructions on how […]

Salad Sundays: Strawberry Spinach Salad with a Simple Poppyseed Dressing + A Cook Book Giveaway!

Strawberry Spinach Salad with Simple Poppyseed Dressing

Winner Announced:  This giveaway is now closed.  The randomly chosen winner is Laurie, who said: “We’re having a great day grilling with the family!”  Congratulations, Laurie.  Please check your email to claim your prize.  Happy Memorial Day weekend y’all! What are your big plans?  We just finalized plans yesterday.  Out of the blue, our friends […]

Salad Sundays: Portillo’s Chopped Salad

Portillos Chopped Salad

Yesterday morning, I dusted off my tennis shoes and went for a jog for the first time since sometime before I was pregnant with Simon.  It was very early because I wanted to make sure I was back home before the kids woke up.  Do you know what happens when you go for a run […]

Spinach Apple Salad with Crispy Almonds

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Earlier this month, my family and I made the 15 hour drive to Michigan to visit my parents.  While we were there, I wanted to take Judah apple picking for his first time.  Little did I know that it wouldn’t be possible because this year there is no self-picking available due to the early frost […]

Pasta Caprese Salad

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Today’s recipe is not what I originally wanted to share with you.  I’m so anxious for the fall season to get here, that once September arrived, I planned to post something more fall-ish (even though it’s not technically fall until September 22nd). But, the hot weather here in Mississippi makes it hard to think about […]

Black Bean Tortilla Chip Salad

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Recently, I had one of those days that usually happens around the end of the month, right before our monthly pay day.  Meal planning ideas ran out, leftovers were used up, and the pocket book was virtually empty.  These things, combined, caused for a hopeful run through the pantry to see what I could use […]

Classic Egg Salad Sandwich

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This is one of my favorite childhood sandwiches.  Although I had made egg salad sandwiches for Ben and I a few times in our *almost* seven years of marriage, I never followed a recipe and just mixed some boiled eggs with a dollop of mayo and a squirt of mustard.  I just threw the eggs […]

Memphis-Style Coleslaw

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Once upon a time, I hated coleslaw. That was a long time ago. Now, I still dislike most ‘slaws served in restaurants (as I mentioned before) but I love throwing together different variations at home. This recipe introduced me to a new type of spice I hadn’t used before, called celery seeds.  We use celery […]

Jambalaya

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Today is the first of at least three posts I’ll be sharing with you this week out of my new Paula Deen’s Southern Cooking Bible cook book.  The folks at Smithfield sent me a copy during my move to Mississippi so I could quickly adjust to southern cooking at its best.  After taking a few […]

Chicken Enchilada Soup

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I’m so excited!  Today I’m heading up to San Francisco to meet up with a *bunch* of fellow food bloggers for the 3rd annual Foodbuzz Festival.  We’ll be wining and dining, and attending break-out sessions to learn from the best of the best.  I’ve never been to San Francisco, yet this month I’ll find myself […]

Broccoli Salad

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Are you ready for the long Memorial Day weekend?  I apologize to those of you who have to work Monday, and if it’s any consolation, since my husband is a Pastor and works every Sunday, we technically don’t have a long weekend either.  So, I guess the real question is, are you ready for cooking/grilling […]