Thai Grilled Chicken with Honey and Lime

June 15, 2014 General
Thai Honey Lime Grilled Chicken -- Juggling with Julia

Thai grilled 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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Peach-Berry Milkshakes for a Cool Summer Treat

June 8, 2014 Appetizers & Snacks
PeachBerry Milkshakes -- Juggling With Julia

Need a cool treat for your kids to beat the heat AND get some fruit into them at the same time? This Peach-Berry Milkshake may be just the thing! Frozen peaches and berries blend together with milk and low fat vanilla ice cream for a nutrition-packed sweet treat you can feel good about. Peaches pack […]

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The 5 Stages of Spin Class

May 18, 2014 Healthy Lifestyle
The 5 Stages of Spin Class -- Juggling With Julia

What do you love to do that also helps you stay fit and healthy? Does it lift your spirits? Fill you with joy? Give you a sense of euphoria? My fitness routine involves long walks and yoga and volleyball. I love all of it. . However, nothing compares to the kick I get by taking a […]

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Garlic and Herb Roasted Pork Loin

May 6, 2014 Main Meals
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Pork loin smothered in a savory, herb-filled rub? Garlic and rosemary and thyme and sage filling your home with an intoxicating aroma? It’s all here waiting for you. But first, a word from my sponsor. Oh, wait, I don’t have a sponsor… Plenty of food bloggers partner with big food clients. It’s part of the […]

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Roasted Mini Sweet Peppers and Chives

April 29, 2014 Appetizers & Snacks
Roasted Mini Sweet Peppers with Chive -- Juggling With Julia

Hello to all of you fabulous people!! Oh, how I have missed you. The blog’s been all wonky of late – technical stuff that just makes me want to shut my head in the laptop.  Finally, it’s just about worked out. Phew! I’ve got an awesome super-easy recipe for you today. It’s a mini-post. About mini peppers. […]

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What Does a Boston Marathoner Make for Dinner? Sweet Potato Burritos.

April 13, 2014 Main Meals
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We are just a handful of days from what will be the most emotionally charged Boston Marathon event in history. I am thrilled and honored to feature my friend, fellow foodie and promoter of health, Chrissy Horan, as today’s guest blogger. She’ll share thoughts on her picky eater beginnings, on feeding a hungry marathoner (herself), and one of […]

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Pear Walnut Bread and Blogging Blindly

April 9, 2014 Breads/Quick Breads
Pear Walnut Bread -- Juggling With Julia

I’m no techie. I use technology, but I don’t get technology. Even blogging technology. Especially blogging technology. I do get baking. Behold Exhibit A. Pear Walnut Bread. Chomp. But the rest? I don’t know a host from a permalink, and don’t ask me about SEO or plugins. I could not easily explain these to anybody. Still, I continue on, blogging […]

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Chicken Sausage, Spinach, and Barley Soup

April 1, 2014 Chili/Soup/Stew
Chicken Sausage, Spinach, and Barley Soup -- Juggling With Julia

It’s finally April 1st! Did you torture your kids with tricks today? Greased the doorknobs, booby-trap the kitchen faucet, or tell them they had a snow day? Though I’ve abstained from all of that so far (I hate to see tears before school), last night I was beginning to think someone was starting April Fool’s Day […]

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Coconut Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies with Greek Yogurt

March 30, 2014 Dessert
Coconut Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies with Greek Yogurt -- Juggling With Julia

Today’s post has a dual purpose. For one, we’ll be talking about these amazingly chewy coconut oatmeal chocolate chip cookies. They’re full of yummy coconut and chocolate flavor, chewy with oatmeal, and have just half the butter thanks to the addition of Greek yogurt. FYI, the mastermind behind this flavor combo, and my official sous […]

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