Market Street Health and Wellness

  • Shrimp Tostada

    Tags: A Pleasant Little Kitchen

    Post and images by guest blogger, Rebecca White, of A Pleasant Little Kitchen. 

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    I’ve been wanting to make shrimp tostada for a while now. What’s been holding me back? A few things.

    First, I’m not a big fan of frying and second, my son has a shellfish allergy. These are my two large …

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  • Patriotic Trifle

    Tags: A Pleasant Little Kitchen, 4th of July, dessert

    Post and images by guest blogger, Rebecca White, of A Pleasant Little Kitchen. 

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    Being patriotic with dessert this Fourth of July just got a little bit more fancy and fun.

    Patriotic Berry Trifle is a layered dessert that stacks pound cake, raspberry jam, fresh blueberries and Grand Marnier pudding on top …

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  • Grilled Corn with Cilantro-Lime Garlic Butter

    Tags: A Pleasant Little Kitchen, grilling, summer

    Post and images by guest blogger, Rebecca White, of A Pleasant Little Kitchen. 

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    Corn on the cob. Yes, it may sound like a familiar summer side dish and let’s face it, a kinda boring summer side dish.

    A lot of people do not get excited about corn on the cob because they are accustomed to the frozen …

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  • Grilled Pork Taco Bar

    Tags: A Pleasant Little Kitchen, Smithfield, grilling, summer

    Post and images by guest blogger, Rebecca White, of A Pleasant Little Kitchen. 

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    When cooking for a crowd I always take a few moments to consider the meal as a whole. I also ask myself a few questions:

    1. How many people am I feeding?

    2. What are my guests food preferences?

    3. How can I fulfill everyone& …

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  • Honey Grilled Peaches

    Tags: A Pleasant Little Kitchen, grilling, dessert, summer

    Post and images by guest blogger, Rebecca White, of A Pleasant Little Kitchen. 

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    If the grill is hot, why stop the cooking fun when the main dish is finished. Grill dessert too.

    Why, you ask? Because you can, it’s fun AND it’s unexpected.

    The perfect dessert recipe to start with is honey …

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  • Grilled Old Bay Pork Tenderloin and Grilled Baked Beans

    Tags: A Pleasant Little Kitchen, Father's Day, grilling

    Post and images by guest blogger, Rebecca White, of A Pleasant Little Kitchen. 

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    It might seem peculiar to make someone cook dinner for their special day, however on this occasion I feel like the two go hand-in-hand.

    Grilling and Father’s Day were made for one another. The joy of being outdoors, …

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  • Cherry and Brie Honey Puff Pastry

    Tags: A Pleasant Little Kitchen, cherries, dessert, pastry

    Post and images by guest blogger, Rebecca White, of A Pleasant Little Kitchen. 

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    When I think of fancy cheese, I can’t help but think on brie.  Images of Paris, the Seine River, a baguette and bottle of champagne quickly evolve in my imagination. Of course brie would be a part of this food …

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  • Sheet Pan Gochujang Chicken and Broccoli

    Tags: A Pleasant Little Kitchen

    Post and images by guest blogger, Rebecca White, of A Pleasant Little Kitchen. 

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    Feeling the need to branch-out a bit with your weeknight dinner routine? Then let me introduce you to gochujang.

    Gochujang is Korean red chile paste and it is all things delicious, spicy and addictive. It’s been a …

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  • Cherry Chocolate French Toast

    Tags: A Pleasant Little Kitchen, Breakfast, Mother's Day

    Post and images by guest blogger, Rebecca White, of A Pleasant Little Kitchen. 

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    Morning glories—those small parts at the beginning of the day where joy and cheer reside.

    Admittedly, morning is not the best time of the day for me. I’m groggy and slow to wake. However, I find myself surrounded …

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  • Spring Into Safe Cleaning

    Tags: Spring Cleaning, Safe Cleaning

    For many people, spending time in the kitchen offers a chance to step away from our hectic lives and put our creativity to work. Whether it’s a home-cooked chicken cacciatore or a freshly baked blueberry pie, the opportunities are endless.

    Food offers so many great benefits aside from the nutrition it provides. Cooking helps relieve stress and gives us an outlet to …

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