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Lunch, Main Course, Recipes, Sides

Baked Chicken with Soy Chorizo

Four-Ingredient chicken dinner that takes little prepping.

Have you ever had baked chicken with soy chorizo? This recipe for Baked Chicken and Zucchini With Soy Chorizo is an old one on Spanglish Spoon that was originally published in 2012, but because the pictures were lost in last year’s transition, I thought it was time to update it and share it again. This is one of those easy, throw…

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Lunch, Recipes, soups

Turkey Vegetable Chowder

Turkey and Vegetable Chowder

Happy December!! This post is coming at you a little later than I had hoped, but no worries, it’s still very much relevant for this time of the year. As a matter of fact, I could use some of this soup right now. It’s freaking cold!!! But I prefer winter over summer, so I’m good ;). Today I’m sharing a…

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California Farms, Recipes, Salads

Endive Farming in Sacramento

California Endive Farm Tour 2016

This post is part 2 of a three-part series for the International Food Blogger Conference (IFBC) I attended in Sacramento, CA. In exchange for a discounted ticket, I agreed to share my own personal experience about my time spent at IFBC on Spanglish Spoon. A huge Thank You goes to California Endive Farms for inviting us to their farm. Touring California…

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Main Course, Recipes, Sides

Gameday tailgating at home

Grilled Seasoned Veggie Kabobs with Freschetta Pizza

This post has been compensated by Collective Bias and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #GameDayPizza #CollectiveBias If you would have asked me a couple years ago if I liked football, you would have gotten a big fat “nope” from me. Ask me now, and my answer is very different. You can thank my husband for that ;). He…

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Drinks, Recipes

Strawberry Banana Green Smoothie

Strawberry Banana Green Smoothie

Have I ever told you how much I don’t like to eat salads?  Fruit I’m ok with.  We have a good relationship, but when it comes to eating greens and veggies, wacala.  I could probably count the number of salads I ate last year on one hand. Sad, right?  I know, but it’s the truth. That’s all changed now.  Since…

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Recipes, Sides

Buttered Green Beans with Almond Slivers

Buttered Green Beans with Almond Slivers

  You know what I absolutely love about having a food blog amongst a sea of talented foodies online and offline? Sharing recipes!  It excites me to see how many different variations one main ingredient can take on by the talents and experimentations of others.  Green beans for example, are simple, easy, and quick to cook up.  Would you believe me…

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How-to Basics, Recipes

How to make Homemade pumpkin puree

How to make homemade pumpkin puree

One of our favorite ways to celebrate the coming of Fall is by visiting a Pumpkin Farm either the first or second week in October.  Last year we began a new tradition that will probably only be good for another 4-5 years at most because our children are growing so fast. One day they will lose interest in pumpkin farms…

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