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What’s open on Thanksgiving?

We all know that cooking a turkey takes, like, a really long time. If you’re thinking of skipping that and going out with your family instead, here’s a list of First Coast restaurants open on Thanksgiving: 95 Cordova in St. Augustine is serving an endless feast for $69 per person from 11 AM-8 PM. The […]

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A Low Country Boil

As an edible ode to summer and a sweet summoning of the fall, we gathered on a friends dock to feast on the southern flavor of the low lands and sea. Crab was cracked. Shrimp was peeled. Corn was splattered. Our hands became sticky and our belly’s became full. A low country boil – a […]

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Recipes to Try This Fall/Winter

I cannot believe we are already halfway through October! I must say fall is my absolute favorite time of year to create new seasonal recipes – watermelons and berries are great n’ everything but I’d choose apples and squashes any day of the week. In fact, I love this season so much I decided to […]

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Meat & Potatoes

This meat & potatoes hearty brunswick stew recipe comes from Mojo Barbecue Ingredients: 1 T. canola oil 3 c. potatoes (3/4- inch dice) 1 c. Vidalia onion (1/2- inch dice) 1 c. fresh shaved yellow corn 1 c. lima beans 1 qt. chicken stock 1 1/2 c. BBQ sauce (Rust recommends Mojo’s house sauce) 1 […]

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Basil Chicken Curry Over Jasmine Rice

Even though the weather has barely cooled off,  I am already craving those warm, comforting dishes. If you didn’t know this about me already, it’s time for me to confess my undying  love of curry. If I could physically marry a spice, I would elope with curry. It would be a small intimate ceremony and […]

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Summer Berry Crisp with Oatmeal Cookie Topping

I decided to make one more scrumptious fruit dessert before summer comes to an end, and let’s face it, summer in Florida can last into December anyway. I LOVE fruit desserts. Partially because they’re usually not overly sweet and partially because I don’t feel as guilty eating them. It’s like you can rightfully say, I’m […]

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Supper by the St. Johns

The summer in Florida is relentless. It’s part of the reason that I love it here so much. You can step outside in the middle of the night and become covered in sweat by just standing still. The air is thick. The sun is constant. The rain storms are daily and beautiful. The river here […]

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