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Zucchini Carbonara with Shrimp


My family has fallen in love with Zucchini noodles! There are so many different spiralizers out there, you should try one!


For this meal I used veggie leftovers and shrimp from the freezer. You can use chicken or no meat at all. Typically carbonara has bacon, though I did not use today. Quick, easy and light—great for a weekday meal!


I decided to use DiDad’s Passion for Pepper in this dish. It is hand blended from Black pepper, granulated onion, granulated garlic, celery seed and sweet bell pepper. This blend is great on steaks and roasts, or just keep on table and sprinkle it on just about anything you would use pepper for.


A glass of Merlot is perfect with this dish!


Wine & Spice Makes Everything Nice!


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Zucchini Formaggio


I love wandering the Farmers' Markets to see what strikes me for a healthy summer dinner.  Today the beautiful zucchini spoke to me.  I decided to play with my spiralizer using an attachment I had not tried before.  I used the large core blade to my Kitchen Aid Spiralizing attachment.


I used Buon Appetito to season my zucchini.  This fabulous Italian blend is a balanced mix of Greek oregano, basil, marjoram, thyme, rosemary and sage.  Great in anything from pasta sauces to baking in bread.  


A nice glass of Shiraz pairs really well with this dish.


Wine & Spice Makes Everything Nice!


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