Heather McPherson's Posts

Fried Shrimp with Spicy Remoulade

Fried Shrimp with Spicy Remoulade is a easy summer meal. Just make sure you look for “wild-caught American shrimp” on the packaging. Purchase seafood last during your shopping trip, and bring a cooler to transport it home. Fried Shrimp with Spicy Remoulade Yield: 4 to 6 servings Peanut oil, for ... Read More »

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Pimento-Bacon Cheese

June is National Dairy Month. So let’s raise an ice-cold glass of milk to toast Florida’s more than 100 dairy farms. And while we could leave it at that, there is so much more to this monthlong focus on dairy awareness. The possibilities are endless because milk is only the ... Read More »

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Morning Mix recipe: Blackberry Pepper Wings

Blackberry Pepper Wings is the perfect Mix 105.1 recipe. Quick and easy and full of vibrant flavor the appetizer is great for summer gatherings. Bold black pepper teams up with ripe summer fruit such as Florida blackberries to create finger licking grilled wings. Tossed in glaze then served with extra ... Read More »

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Old Bay Hot Crab Dip

Old Bay Hot Crab Dip is so quick and easy it will be your go-to entertaining and snack time treat. Six simple ingredients combine to make an oh-so-flavorful mixture. Try it this weekend for Father’s Day or simply consider it another great way to celebrate National Dairy Month. Old Bay ... Read More »

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Easy Breezy Key Lime Pie Ice Cream

June is National Dairy Month. So let’s raise an ice-cold glass of milk to toast Florida’s more than 100 dairy farms. And while we could leave it at that, there is so much more to this monthlong focus on dairy awareness. The possibilities are endless because milk is only the ... Read More »

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Festive Fruited White Chip Blondies

A platter of Festive Fruited White Chip Blondies will turn heads at any summer picnic. Blondies and their cousin brownies are timeless, simple pleasures. Easy to make from scratch, most recipes have five common ingredients: some form of chocolate (traditional or white), flour, sugar, butter and eggs. The increments will ... Read More »

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Chef Kathleen Blake’s Remodeled Cobbler

When Garden & Gun magazine asked Orlando Chef Kathleen Blake to share her favorite recipe using blackberries for the June/July “What’s in Season” column. She didn’t hesitate. Remodeled Cobbler was the dish to submit. Blake, who has been nominated four times for Best Chef South in the prestigious James Beard ... Read More »

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Oven-Barbecued Drumsticks

Oven-Barbecued Drumsticks are an easy weeknight dinner with a lot of flavor. Jazzing up store-bought barbecue sauce is a quick way to upgrade recipes. Fresh herbs, preserves and spices can transform an ordinary sauce into a memorable addition to any meal. Oven-Barbecued Drumsticks Yield 8 servings 4 tablespoons butter, divided ... Read More »

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Chocolate Dessert Waffles

Chocolate Dessert Waffles are a great rainy day treat that the kids will enjoy making. The recipe starts with a convenience package of ready-to-blend waffle mix from Martha White. Every cupboard should have one or two go-to items such as this. They make quick work of simple dishes. For this ... Read More »

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