Does there ever need to be a reason to eat tacos? I certainly don’t think so, but today happens to be Cinco de Mayo, and that mis amigos, is all the more reason! I love the majority of Mexican cuisine I’ve encountered, especially living so close to the border. I make the occasional burrito or…

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Living in Southern California, there’s no shortage of great food. I enjoy my share of seafood tacos & carne asada fries (not to mention the bevy of award-winning chefs). Yet, there remains a void in my southern-rooted, food-loving soul—earmuffs San Diego, EARMUFFS! Growing-up with meals like pork chops & black eyed peas, I have a…

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It’s sure been awhile, hasn’t it? We’ve been missing you—a lot. More than chocolate cake and bacon, kind of missing. Time has seemingly flown by at light speed since our last post, but we’re back! The new kitchen is set up, and our excitement and burners are fired-up (and in today’s case, so is the…

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I’m beginning to think I have Island Fever. Lately I’ve been exhibiting symptoms—tropical visions, lack of concentration, drinking everything out of a coconut, and listening to Cheeseburger In Paradise on repeat—I think it’s serious. It’s only getting worse, and now I’m getting hungry. To satisfy my Polynesian pipe-dream, I opted to make a dinner reminiscent…

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WHAT is for dinner? This is a question I’m often left pondering. I find myself in a recipe-creating rut, making the same dishes on repeat (you can’t seriously eat spaghetti & meatballs every night, can you . . . or can you?). Variation fuels inspiration—and after this last serving of meatballs—we’ll shift focus to new ingredients, and get the creative…

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Thank you for visiting the dinnervine! In the words of Julia Child, "People who love to eat, are always the best people," and I couldn't agree more. I hope you enjoy these dishes as much as I did making them. Here's to creating new recipes and memories with friends & family, cheers! 

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