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Chimichurri Lamb Chops with Paprika-Lime Arugula

As it’s more clear that spring time is upon us, I like to think of some traditional foods of the season. I associate the time of year with fresh, bright ingredients- plenty of herbs, the zest of a lemon, and a little bit of spice to really brighten any dish. Thinking of spring, and the sun staying out longer I’m reminded of years worth of family bbq’s where a variety of meats and giant salads were all that filled everyone’s plate. A staple in many mediterranean diets, Lamb is considered to be quite healthy because of the ability it has to lower cardiovascular disease. A majority of lamb raised spend most of their life time grazing as these animals require less of a confined space, and more free-range over an open grassland  in order to produce quality cuts of meat- as a result they not only lead a very humane life comparatively, and their meat provides a lot more of a organic flavor naturally.

Servings: Variable

Prep Time: 20 minutes

Cook Time: 8-10 minutes

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Oven spiced Tomato & Burrata Bucatini with Italian Sausage

Even with warm weather it’s difficult to resist the comfort of some of those homestyle meals that warm your heart so well- one of which being the all loving marinara sauce. Instead of such a hearty sauce, try this delicious twist. The sweetness of the oven roasted tomatoes, and the fruity Extra Virgin Olive Oil will surely be a crowd pleaser for many, or just yourself.

 

Servings: 4

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 50 minutes

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