Sample recipes from Eat Like There's No Tomorrow

Blueberry Orange Clafouti

There’s no wrong way to eat blueberries and I find myself incorporating them into salad dressings and chutneys as well as desserts. One o...

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Shrimp Parfait

I love the simple, sweet tomato shrimp cocktails you find a good Mexican restaurants, and I adore fresh tomatillo salsa. This is a surpri...

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Yellow Tomato & Yellow Watermelon Salad

This is a great way to highlight the fruity side of tomatoes. You can use any color tomato you like, but I like pairing the low-acid yell...

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Zucchini and Sun-Dried Tomato Bread Puddings

Bread pudding doesn’t necessarily have to be sweet. For this recipe, I combined grated zucchini and sundried tomatoes to make a savory va...

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Seared Tuna with Gremolata

If you'd like to impress that special someone with your cooking skills, then this recipe for Seared Tuna with Gremolata needs to be up your sleeve. Light and easy to make, this is one recipe that will be perfect for just about any special occasion on your calendar. It will also look amazing when it is plated and presented on the table, and you won't believe how easy it is to make this dish. If you're looking for a side dish or appetizer to include on the menu, then consider including the author's recipe for Yellow Tomato Yellow Watermelon Salad.

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Parmesan Catfish Grenoble

Catfish another fish that’s being successfully aqua cultured with impressive results. Wild-caught catfish can often taste like the waters...

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Mascarpone Fig Brulee

Easy and delicious. Enough said.

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Creamed Spinach

Spinach is amazing simply steamed with a little lemon juice, but if you’re craving something a bit more substantial, it’s hard to beat th...

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Ginger-Cream Pecan Pie

Freshly grated ginger adds a little punch to this Southern classic. There are literally hundreds of pecan pie variations out there, but I...

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Pumpkin Tabouleh with Pumpkin Butter Vinaigrette

I love tabbouleh, but you can burn out on the same old recipe after awhile. This is just a variation on the original that incorporates th...

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