Smashed Chipotle Chicken Tacos

February 21, 2017 Main Meals

It’s Taco Tuesday! Let’s nosh on some Smashed Chipotle Chicken Tacos while we laugh about my uber-professional food photography studio. It comes fully equipped with its own ‘man in slippers’ and the ever-fashionable faux stool made to look like a broken dining room chair. The ‘casual clutter’ option is extra, but regrettably does not include a […]

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Barbecued Chicken Flatbread Bites

May 22, 2016 Appetizers & Snacks

Hello, friends! It’s Recipe Redux time! This month the theme is small bites, also know as appetizers, hors d’oeuvres, or tapas. Portion control in an adorably miniature package? A dietitian’s dream 🙂 Since, at Juggling with Julia, we love anything in or on a flour tortilla, I’m sharing with you these savory Barbecued Chicken Flatbread Bites. […]

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Juggling with Julia’s 5th Blogiversary!

April 26, 2016 Appetizers & Snacks

April 26th, 2016. The 5th blogiversary for my little hobby 🙂 That doesn’t seem possible. I’m having a hard time comprehending that it’s been five whole years. In my mind, that sounds like a lot of work. A lot of time. For sure, it has been. I’ve poured immeasurable amounts of time, thought, and creative […]

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7 Quick and Healthy Recipes for Busy People

March 29, 2015 Chili/Soup/Stew

If ‘busy’  is a disease, then I’ve got it bad. I try not to overload our lives. (Really, I do.) But it seems that the minute I push one low priority ‘thing’ to the curb, another more obviously important priority shows up at the door. With luggage. I know you get it. We’re ALL busy! […]

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Chicken Bok Choy Soup with Scallion Pancakes

July 5, 2014 Chili/Soup/Stew

Soup in July? Sure, and it’s all compliments of Hurricane Arthur, the wettest of wet blankets, who doused 4th of July celebrations up and down the entire East Coast. While I don’t mind missing the fireworks, I am a little put out that this morning’s walk was rained out. I’m not good at long stretches […]

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Spicy Sweet Shredded Cranberry Chicken

June 22, 2014 Main Meals

Give me a hearty “Heck, yeah!” if you love to be inside cooking dinner while it’s 80 and sunny outside. <crickets chirping> Yup, that’s what I thought. The thing is, we ‘rents are obligated to feed the ‘dents if we want to keep those pesky social workers off our doorstep. However, there are no rules […]

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Grilled Thai Chicken with Honey and Lime

June 15, 2014 Main Meals

Grilled Thai chicken has summer written all over it. This marinade kicks all kinds of butt, with lime juice, honey, sriracha, garlic, hoisin, and red wine all joining in for a sweet and savory symphony of flavors. It’s not only incredible on chicken, but on shrimp as well, and I’m sure would be sure amazing […]

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Lightened Up Chicken Parmigiana

March 26, 2014 Main Meals

Who doesn’t love a good parmiagiana? Savory sauce and ooey gooey cheese over fried chicken cutlets. A calorie calamity? It’s sure got potential. However, this is one of those dishes where a few minor adjustments sacrifices nothing in the way of flavor, but make big differences in the nutrition profile. And that’s great news. Unfortunately, […]

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Easy Rosemary Lemon Chicken

March 5, 2014 Main Meals

Let’s close our eyes, shall we? C’mon, let’s do it. Let’s imagine mild, Spring-like weather. The smell of damp earth. Birds singing so loudly in the early morning that you can’t fall back asleep. The rhythmic sploosh as cars drive though puddles left by melting snow banks. Sunshine that warms the rocks where you sit […]

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Lemony Chicken Salad with Apples and Peas

February 25, 2014 Main Meals

I told you I was going to do it! I re-created the awesome lemony chicken salad I tasted at the Brazilian Grill last weekend. Though my taste buds might never forget the flavors, my brain had a little trouble recalling the ingredients. Fortunately I have the inside scoop on my pathetic memory, so knew enough […]

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