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Greek? Italian? Yes.

So you are having a small dinner party and your comfort zone is Italian food, but your guests love Greek. What do you do? Make the same old lasagna and garlic bread? Cancel the dinner in a frustrated fit? Serve Indian? I have a better idea; Fusion! By combining a few basics from each cuisine and thinking outside the box, I created a menu that was sure to please everyone! Let’s walk through the menu together! Godere! Απολαύστε! Enjoy!

Mona Stamos

Okay, so not all Greek-Italian fusions are good. Trust me, the food is better than a Mona Stamos any day!

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Filed under Dessert, Greek, Italian, Pasta, Side Dish

A Spoon Full of Cream Cheese Helps the Spinach Go Down

Ok, maybe more like 4 ounces of cream cheese.

The following recipe can be found this December in my cookbook, “Eric Dishes & Dustin Mixes”. It’s easily one of my favorites because it’s one of the easiest!

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More Cluck for Your Buck

A twist on an icon, the chicken burger is wildly versatile. It can take on just about any flavor you add to it.  And can we start with the fact that a typical chicken burger has about 150 less calories than its beef counterpart? Find out what I did to mine to pack it full of veggies and imbibe it with a fuller flavor! Fire up your grill and practice your best cluck! Continue reading

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