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Vietnamese Grilled Chicken + Rice Bowls with Pickled Veg + Nuoc Cham

The recipe for these Vietnamese Grilled Chicken + Rice Bowls with Pickled Veg + Nuoc Cham (sweet, sour, and sometimes spicy citrusy fish sauce) is out of this world delicious! In Vietnamese, it’s pronounced Com Ga Nuong. It’s perfect for summer barbecues or hot days when you’re craving something refreshing and satisfying. 

Vietnamese Grilled Chicken + Rice Bowls with Pickled Veg + Nuoc Cham

I’ve never been to Vietnam but I have been to about a million Vietnamese restaurants. And every time, without fail, I tell myself that I’m going to order something different. And every time, without fail, I see Com Ga Nuong and get instant anxiety about missing out my favorite chicken and rice bowl. Continue reading

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

Sriracha Fig BBQ Chicken Sandwich with a Crispy Smoked Cheddar Crust

I’ve partnered with Cobblestone Bread Co. to create this post! Enjoy!

fig sriracha bbq sandwich cobblestone grilled cheese social

As a kid, my favorite time of year was always summer. It might have had something to do with the fact that school was out and that I was born in July, but honestly, summertime was always about the food. 

When I got older and matured into the 30 year old food-obsessed workaholic women that I am, I can still say that I kept that summertime soft spot alive. I absolutely adore all of the sun splashed foods that are associated with the sunshine-y days of freedom. From charred hot dogs dripping with ketchup and mustard to tender melt-in-your-mouth barbecue sandwiches smothered in rich and tangy sauce, all of these handheld eats still scream YES PLEASE.  Continue reading