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All of the Gourmet Garden Herbs & Spices Recipes for #TripleSBites #sponsor

Last month I hosted an 8-day online event celebrating food and romance - #TripleSBites. Along with 19 other bloggers, we shared over 130 recipes.

I wanted to give my readers an easy way to view the recipes from each sponsor. Here are the 45 recipes posted using Gourmet Garden Herbs & Spices. Thanks, again, for sending product to the bloggers and for providing a wonderful prize package for our readers!

Check out everything from meatballs to chocolate cake. These recipes are listed in alphabetical not chronological posting order. Enjoy!

All of the Gourmet Garden Herbs & Spices Recipes...

Amped-Up Chicken Salad Phyllo Cups by The Weekend Gourmet
Blood Orange & Cilantro Glazed Salmon by Cheese Curd in Paradise
Butternut Squash Mac & Cheese by Dancing Veggies
Chai Sweet Chili Steaks by Amy's Cooking Adventures
Cherry Chopitle Steak Tips by Cooking in Stilettos
Chili-Cumin Pan-Fried Meatballs by Culinary Adventures with Camilla
Creamy Herbed Garlic Pasta by Making Miracles
Easy Greek Salmon and Orzo by The Spiffy Cookie
Gingerbread Cheesecake Bars by Making Miracles
Herb Crabcakes with Citrus Pesto Aoli by Cheese Curd in Paradise
Honey Sriracha Cashew Chicken by Debbi Does Dinner
Intensely Spicy Sexy Chocolate Cake by Culinary Adventures with Camilla
Mekenita Tex Mex Twice Baked Potatoes by Famished Fish Finicky Shark
Mozzarella-Stuffed Pesto Meatballs by The Weekend Gourmet
One Pot Tomato Basil Chicken & Pasta by Amy's Cooking Adventures
Potato Rosemary Knots by The Pajama Chef
Roasted Chickpea Tostadas by Amy's Cooking Adventures
Seductive Tossed Salad by Amy's Cooking Adventures
Spicy Baked Roast Beef Sandwiches by Amy's Cooking Adventures
Spicy Cherry Bourbon Cocktail by Café Terra Blog
Spicy Citrus Shrimp by A Day in the Life
Spicy Taco Soup by Summer Scraps
Syrena's Seduction Kimchijeon (Kimchi Pancakes) by Culinary Adventures with Camilla
Tostada Pizza by ELIOT'S EATS
Voodoo Red Calamari with Spicy Mayo Sauce by Famished Fish Finicky Shark
We're a Spicy PEAR' Cake by Culinary Adventures with Camilla


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