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Chicken Tinga – 3 Delicious Ways to Use This Perfectly Spicy Shredded Mexican Chicken Recipe

Chicken Tinga is an authentic spicy, zesty Mexican shredded chicken recipe that is super easy to make! We make this about once a week in our house and use it to top tacos, tostados, salads and even quesadillas! Get this quick and easy recipe at the bottom of this post!
the easiest spicy chicken tinga recipe ever! Perfect for tacos, quesadillas, salad bowls and tostadas!

It’s no joke that Jerm and I live off Mexican food. Most of our date nights involve kissing over queso and getting mushy over margaritas. A few weeks ago, after one of our ~*very romatic*~ day dates to Epcot, we headed to Disney Springs to people watch and get down on some dinner.

As with most summer day in Florida, the storm clouds started rolling in and the weather started to get pretty gnarly. Since we’re pros at dealing with this predicament, we knew we had to make a split decision on where we were going to eat. Continue reading

Family Foodie Trip to Italy – Part One: 24 hours in Rome

free family walking tour rome, italy

Omg soooo much has happened since my last post! Most importantly, we finally took our first family vacation since literally forever and ummm I GOT ENGAGED!!!

This trip was a pretty big deal. First of all, we haven’t taken a family trip since we started construction on Black Dolphin Inn nearly 7 years ago. Secondly, it was my mom and brother’s gf, Andrea’s, first trip to Europe! Third, it was all possible because of CHEESE!! And fourth, I NOW GET TO MARRY MY BEST FRIEND!!! Continue reading

Broccoli Cheese Adjaruli Khachapuri: a Georgian Cheese Boat Filled with Creamy Cheesy Eggy Goodness

Broccoli Cheese Khachapuri

Maybe it’s because I’ve spelled Khachapuri incorrectly like 1000 times and google is totally stalking me because of it… but these Georgian eggy cheese boats are taking over all of my social media feeds! And since I couldn’t deal with the lack of deliciousness in my life, I decided to put my FOMO to rest and made one for myself my friends.

So what makes this magical dish so spesh? Imagine a flatbread mixed with a pizza mixed with a creamy soup-filled bread bowl. Khachapuri is basically the epitome of cheesy carby goodness with an egg on top. To eat it, you rip off the sides and use the crust to stir and scoop up the molten cheese that resides in the middle. It’s actually heaven in self-serving nacho form. Continue reading