Citrus Herb Roasted Chicken

This time of year, it seems like we are usually in need of a tasty entree to take to an event or are hosting others at our dinner table. The task of creating a menu or choosing an entree large enough to feed a group of people can be daunting. I found this Citrus Herb Roasted Chicken recipe and knew I had to recreate it! The recipe is simple and perfect for a large group, as you can easily adjust the amount of chicken you are cooking. But, even for just two people, the recipe is an easy meal to make. One of the best parts is that you can make enough to have lunch or dinner leftovers for later on! It was a hit in our home, and I’m excited to share it with our HBH readers.


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Quick Dinner: Almond Crusted Fish

With the holidays coming up, it’s becoming harder to plan and prepare meals at home with the abundance of activities at nighttime. Whether these obligations are errands to run, school performances, or family get togethers, the nights that are available to cook at home always seems to dwindle during this time of the year. It’s important to continue to plan and prep ahead of time and choose meals that are going to quick and easy but still healthy. I previously talked about one of my favorite “go-to” meals when time is short – Panko Crusted Chicken. Today, I’m back with another favorite of ours – Almond Crusted Fish.

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Spaghetti Squash with Sun-dried Tomato Pesto

After many months of planning, my husband and I traveled to France and Italy in early September. My husband had visited a few of the cities we were going to before, but it was my first time going. We had a few priorities while we were there, and I’m sure you can guess what one of mine was… enjoy the local cuisine! And, we did!

In addition, we did a TON of walking which kept us active and healthy on our extended trip. One of our favorite walks was in Cinque Terre between two of the villages. It was breathtaking.


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Rosemary Honey Salmon with Vegetables

Salmon is one of my favorite entrees, not only because it provides essential omega- 3 fatty acids and is a quality source of protein, but also because it is super easy to prepare and cook for those busy nights! This recipe is another one of my go to “foil” prepared dinners.  The preparation is quick and the clean up is even faster – just toss the foil and you are done!  I previously shared my recipe for lemon salmon with basil, tomato and red wine vinaigrette orzo using the foil method, and I’m back to share another one! I found the original recipe here, but I made a few adjustments to cut back on sugar, use a different herb {because I love rosemary}, and add other veggies in the foil packet to make it a complete meal!

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