Author: sarahsbites

Dijon & Dill Baked Halibut With Parmesan Potatoes & Green Beans {Sheet Pan Meal}

Plate of baked halibut topped with sauce next to roasted potatoes and green beans

This baked halibut is a quick and easy one-pan meal that’s perfect for a weeknight dinner. Everything is cooked together on a baking sheet, which makes a great no-fuss meal. I made a soy-glazed salmon and asparagus sheet pan dinner recently, and decided I should make a similar recipe with another kind of fish. The

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35 Amazing & Unique Pie Recipes

Collage of various pies with text that says 35 amazing and unique pies

Pi day is next week, and I’m starting to scheme what kinds of pies to make. If you’re also looking for a pi day pie, this collection has 35 nontraditional pie recipes that will definitely be a big hit on pi day. There’s no bake pie, pot pie, slab pie, boozy pie, hand pie, vegetarian

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Soy Glazed Salmon {Sheet Pan Meal}

Salmon on a plate with asparagus and white rice

It’s Lent, which means it’s time for a lot more fish recipes around here. I’m a big seafood fan anyway, but I end up making more seafood recipes than usual during Lent. I made this the other night on Ash Wednesday. It’s a a quick and easy weeknight dinner, and it only requires one pan.

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11 Mouthwatering Beef Short Rib Recipes

I think it’s no secret that I love short ribs, and I guess it’s no coincidence that braising is one of my favorite cooking methods since that’s how short ribs are traditionally cooked. If you want to learn more about beef ribs, including short ribs, AmazingRibs.com and Lake Geneva Country Meats have good information. The

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Meringues With Chocolate Mousse

Individual meringues filled with chocolate mousse

This recipe is based off of a pie my mom makes. It was my sister’s favorite dessert to have on any special occasion. In a pie format, cutting this into slices without the meringue breaking into a million pieces can be problematic. I made these last night to take to a dinner party, and pretty

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Grandma’s Goulash Pot Roast

Spaetzle with beef, carrots, and potatoes in a gravy-like sauce

I love my grandmother’s goulash recipe, which I’ve actually never posted. This pot roast is inspired by her goulash, as is this beef stew. I had a hard time naming this recipe. It’s definitely a pot roast, but has some goulash-like qualities in the way it’s finished. Goulash is more of a stew, but this

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10 Recipes With Cheese Grits

I love cheese grits! Grits are one of my favorite breakfast foods, but it’s also great for lunch and dinner. For all grits lovers out there, here is a selection of 10 recipes that incorporate cheese grits. These recipes use a wide variety of cheeses – cheddar, goat cheese, gouda, and pepper jack. Images used

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BBQ Beef Tips With Cheddar Grits {Slow Cooker}

This recipe combines two of my favorite food items: barbecue sauce and grits. Unfortunately it’s one of those recipes I just wasn’t able to photograph as well as I’d like, but it is delicious! I made an outstanding slow cooker Mongolian beef a few weeks ago. It was extremely flavorful, and the beef was fall

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Creamy Cheddar Grits

Growing up in Charleston, grits were a staple of my childhood. For over 20 years of my life, I don’t think I had bad grits. After college, I moved north. New York and Philadelphia had amazing food, of course, but it was almost impossible to find good Southern food or soul food. It was a

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Pulled Pork Tortilla Soup {Slow Cooker or Stovetop}

I’m trying to purge some of the things from my freezer, and I had some leftover pulled pork that needed to be used. My go-to for using random freezer meats is usually chili, so I thought about doing a white chili or some kind of chili verde (similar to the pulled pork burrito bowls, but

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