Apple-Onion Chicken Breakfast Sausage {Paleo}

Apple-Onion Chicken Breakfast Sausage

It’s funny how food cravings go.

Take a bagel, for example.

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Garlicky Red Quinoa Patties with Mango Black Bean Salsa

Garlicky Red Quinoa Patties with Mango Black Bean Salsa

One of the perks of living in Florida is that when fruit trees bear fruit, people suddenly have more than they know what do with, and the wealth inevitably gets shared. I remember waking up to a huge box of mangos on my front porch one morning when I lived there during law school…

One of my friend’s parents’ had a mango tree in their backyard (along with a grapefruit tree, those lucky ducks) and I was absolutely certain the fruit was from her family (who also frequently dropped off oranges and avocados that they got from a friend who also had fruit trees).

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Butternut Butterscotch Pudding

Thank you to General Mills for sponsoring this post. I like to make sure that my family gets as many veggies in as possible, even in unexpected places; along those lines, we enjoyed this Butternut Butterscotch Pudding and I hope your family does too.

Butternut Butterscotch Pudding

There is no food that reminds me of school lunches as a kid more than pudding does.

(Except maybe tunafish sandwiches, which were ubiquitous in my lunchbox, despite my pleading with my mom for something else. It was a rare happy occasion when a fluffernutter found its way in there, but when it did, what a bartering tool it was! It was the gold of the lunch table, and anyone was willing to give up anything to get it. But back to pudding.)

I think my mom thought chocolate was my favorite flavor (which would make sense…me and chocolate go way back) because it’s what she used to pack most frequently. But butterscotch was what I was really after, at least when it came to pudding. Heck, to me it was even worth trading a fluffernutter for.

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Cream of Caramelized Onion and Cheese Chowder with Homemade Croutons

Cream of Caramelized Onion and Cheese Chowder

Being a food blogger means that I rarely get to make the same dish twice, even if it’s a dish that I really love. (Because a dish made and not photographed for the blog is a wasted dish. Sigh. That is, in fact, the twisted reality of a food blogger, lol.) But those rare “wasted” meals when I get to sneak in a favorite recipe a second – or third – time are pure bliss.

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5-Minute Healthy Chocolate Mug Cake {Paleo}

5-Minute Healthy Chocolate Mug Cake {Paleo}

Like I mentioned here, I’m kind-of particular about my cake. (As Mike likes to tell me, I’m kind-of particular about a lot of food-related stuff, but that remains to be proven and is an entirely different discussion for another day.)

Anyway. I don’t think there is anything more disappointing than seeing an absolutely stunning cake and then sinking your teeth into what you think will be pure bliss, and realizing that it tastes like rubbery-textured cardboard.

Such a bummer.

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Macaroni and Cheese with Cauliflower, Tuna, and Egyptian Roumy Cheese

Macaroni and Cheese with Cauliflower, Tuna, and Egyptian Roumy Cheese

This dish is basically a grown-up version of Tuna Helper. (Despite my mom being the anti-processed food extremist that she was, which I now thank her for, even I tried Tuna Helper as a kid.)

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Blackberry and Apple Crumble

Blackberry & Apple Crumble

If someone told you, Quick, name three Irish desserts!, my guess is that you’d name something with Guinness or Bailey’s Irish Cream.

Or something green, because Irish or not, any green treats are fair game for St. Paddy’s Day.

Friends, I have a new dessert idea.

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31 Irish Dishes for St. Patrick’s Day

31 Irish Dishes via An Edible Mosaic

In the collage above, clockwise starting at the top right: Colcannon with Cabbage or Kale from The Hungry Goddess; Easy Corned Beef Hash from Very Culinary; Colcannon Cakes with Smoked Salmon from Always Order Dessert; Cheesy Irish Soda Scones from Simple Bites; Potato Leek Soup with Shamrock Pesto Croutons from Apron Strings; and Healthy Shamrock Shake {aka Mint Flavored Smoothie} from An Edible Mosaic.

You know the old saying: Everyone is Irish on St. Paddy’s Day!

If that’s the case, I think we might as well eat like it.

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5 of My Favorite Places to Eat in Kuwait City #MyHomeTownGuide

My Hometown Guide

Thank you to Fiji Water for sponsoring this post. I have been working on writing up a few of my favorite places to eat in Kuwait for a while now, and I couldn’t be more excited to share them with my readers.

5 of my favorite places to eat in kuwait city

Like so many who enjoy traveling, my favorite way to experience a culture is to dive head-first into their cuisine. Not only do you get the obvious benefit of trying new food and expanding your palate, but you also get to experience the customs that are part of the cuisine.

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Grain-Free Thai Eggplant Tempura with Spicy Garlic-Soy Dipping Sauce

Grain-Free Thai Eggplant Tempura with Spicy Garlic-Soy Dipping Sauce

I think I’ve probably mentioned before that although I try with all my might not to be an impulse shopper, I’m a huge sucker for cutsie foods.

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Hello! I’m Faith and I write An Edible Mosaic. This is my recipe collection of international favorites and updated American classics, with an emphasis on seasonal dishes. I focus on real foods that sustain body and mind, bring people together, and make a house a home. Welcome to my mosaic of recipes.

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