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  • Superfood Tapenade

    101 Cookbooks
    Heidi Swanson
    25 May 2015 | 9:26 pm
    I cook a lot of simple meals. The type of meals California cooks occasionally get mocked for. You know the equation - a great ingredient sautéed with local olive oil and seasoned with a bit of salt and pepper. Repeat. For example, this time of year, (as we've discussed) I cook artichokes once or twice a week, and I put all my focus and attention into picking out the best artichokes and then preparing them beautifully. I rarely use more than a bit of oil in the pan (after blanching), salt and pepper, and a bit of lemon zest to finish. I like the artichoke flavor direct and unobstructed, their…
  • Vegetable Khichdi In Slow cooker

    Vegetarian Indian Slow Cooker
    Pravina Parikh
    1 Apr 2015 | 6:37 pm
    Khichdi or Khichuri is my go-to comfort food. In many region of India it is made with slight variation of spices. However basic concept is same. Rice and Split Lentils (Dal) are cooked together with... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Slow Cooking in the Summer Months

    A Year of Slow Cooking
    28 May 2015 | 7:10 am
    The weather has warmed, and we're spending more and more time out in the yard.  I love it. But I STILL use my slow cookers more often than not for our family dinners, and I urge you to, too. Slow cookers take up very little electricity to run when compared to your stove or oven, and they do not heat your kitchen up the way those other appliances do. You're not going to notice that your
  • Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

    80 Breakfasts
    6 May 2015 | 11:28 pm
    My daughter has just told me that she does not like nuts in her cookies.My head whips around, my eyes wide and disbelieving.  What??  For one horrible split second I imagine endless days and months and years stretched before me, a long lifetime without nuts in my baked goods.  I remember the melancholy of having to bake nut-free for my brother, who didn’t like them either.  I remember the bliss of getting married, moving out, and realizing I could now bake everything stuffed to the gills with nuts, as much as my nut-loving heart wanted.  My freezer is home to at…
  • Chocolate Breakfast Muffins

    Cookie Madness
    Anna
    27 May 2015 | 10:43 am
    Cookie Madness Cookie Madness - Keeping Life Sweet One Cookie at a Time One of my all-time favorite chocolate muffin recipes comes from King Arthur flour. I’ve been making these muffins for years, but recently discovered that KA has a new and improved version which they say rise even higher. They modified the recipe in 2012 by reducing the heat to 350 and decreasing the milk to ¾ cup.... Read More » The post Chocolate Breakfast Muffins appeared first on Cookie Madness.
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    101 Cookbooks

  • Superfood Tapenade

    Heidi Swanson
    25 May 2015 | 9:26 pm
    I cook a lot of simple meals. The type of meals California cooks occasionally get mocked for. You know the equation - a great ingredient sautéed with local olive oil and seasoned with a bit of salt and pepper. Repeat. For example, this time of year, (as we've discussed) I cook artichokes once or twice a week, and I put all my focus and attention into picking out the best artichokes and then preparing them beautifully. I rarely use more than a bit of oil in the pan (after blanching), salt and pepper, and a bit of lemon zest to finish. I like the artichoke flavor direct and unobstructed, their…
  • Lazy Day Peanut Noodle Salad

    Heidi Swanson
    22 May 2015 | 8:43 am
    I've been trying to cook from the archives a bit lately. There are so many recipes that I'll cook on repeat for months, and then neglect when a new favorite makes an appearance. There are many, many recipes in my life, and to those that get sidelined on occasion, rest assured, I still love you. I dusted off this lazy day peanut noodle salad for lunch yesterday. It's a perfect, colorful bowl of peanut-slathered soba noodles punctuated with spring onions, tofu, more peanuts, and asparagus. A total crowd-pleaser, and makes a great lunch in a jar if you need a new option for work or travel. When…
  • A Few Words on How to Cook Artichokes

    Heidi Swanson
    18 May 2015 | 10:30 pm
    If you're going to invest the time into cooking artichokes, you want them to be fantastic. In the spring I tend to cook artichokes once or twice a week, and although the process takes time and attention, I can't help myself. When they're good, there are few things I'd rather be eating. That said, I think a lot of people are intimidated by the process, or they think it's not worth the effort. My friends confirm this. The topic has come up a few times lately, and the conversations are typically punctuated by a confession that they never cook artichokes at home. So I thought I'd do a quick…
  • Favorites List (05.15.15)

    Heidi Swanson
    15 May 2015 | 3:55 pm
    A favorites list for the weekend. Happy spring everyone. -h - Reading: Congo, and then God's Hotel - Kelly Colchin drew my kitchen & asked me a bunch of questions. - Behind Bars (and Squares) - Post-Pastoral - To eat: Shiitake Bok Choy Dumplings (Happy Yolks) - To drink: from Daniel de la Falaise - Cooking from: this, this, this, this, and this - Freekeh! - In case you missed this post about Writing a Cookbook Proposal - My Obsession: The Laurel Family (Deborah Madison + Lucky Peach) - Caring for your Vintage Cookbooks (Megan Gordon) - Wood Kitchen Tools - Made a variation of this for Wayne's…
  • Asparagus Panzanella

    Heidi Swanson
    11 May 2015 | 10:14 pm
    There is quite a lot going on here. I'm putting the finishing touches on this little bear of a project. The photos are shot, the cover is set, and the files are locked down. It's the stretch of time between creating the content of a book, and when it goes to the printer. When things get a bit quiet. You're past the point of being able to tweak or change things, and you're waiting for your turn on press. Having a bit of a lull has been nice. I've been photographing beautiful California-made ceramics for a Spring update here, and getting all Marie Kondo on the house. Also, I've been cooking as…
 
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    A Year of Slow Cooking

  • Slow Cooking in the Summer Months

    28 May 2015 | 7:10 am
    The weather has warmed, and we're spending more and more time out in the yard.  I love it. But I STILL use my slow cookers more often than not for our family dinners, and I urge you to, too. Slow cookers take up very little electricity to run when compared to your stove or oven, and they do not heat your kitchen up the way those other appliances do. You're not going to notice that your
  • CrockPot Cream Cheese Chicken Recipe

    23 May 2015 | 9:31 am
    Originally posted 5/23/08.  Image and post updated 5/15 via deposit photos @imagesetc Day 144. Cream cheese chicken is usually one of the first dishes tried in a crockpot. It is delicious. There are many different variations, but the standard recipe revolves around a can of cream-of-something soup, a package of Italian salad dressing mix, and a block of cream cheese. I have a
  • CrockPot Falafel Recipe

    21 May 2015 | 7:42 am
    originally posted May 21, 2008. Reposted in 2015. Day 142. Last weekend I went through the pantry and put like items together. Since I had helpers, it took a really long time, and it sort of looks the same way it did when I started, but I now have a pretty good idea of our inventory. We have a surplus of garbanzo beans. So I made falafels. In the crockpot. I've never made
  • Top 10 Slow Cooker Potluck Dishes

    14 May 2015 | 7:29 am
    We're approaching a 3-Day weekend, and many of us will be attending barbecues, picnics, and family events. Don't arrive empty-handed! Instead, load up your slow cooker with one of the following crowd-pleasing dishes. I've listed the  recipes in countdown order--- if you have a favorite, please chime in below.    10) Salsa Chicken and Black Bean Soup. This is filling, delicious, and
  • A CrockPot Party

    5 May 2015 | 8:18 am
    originally posted on May 5, 2008. Day 126. Happy Cinco de Mayo! If you are looking for some ideas for Mexican food tonight, you've come to the right place. Some of my favorites are: Enchilada Casserole Tamale Pie Taco Soup Chimichangas Tortilla Soup Turkey With Mango Salsa Tacos Not-Too-Spicy Bean Dip Chicken Nachos We had a party on Friday, and served crockpot fare
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    80 Breakfasts

  • Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

    6 May 2015 | 11:28 pm
    My daughter has just told me that she does not like nuts in her cookies.My head whips around, my eyes wide and disbelieving.  What??  For one horrible split second I imagine endless days and months and years stretched before me, a long lifetime without nuts in my baked goods.  I remember the melancholy of having to bake nut-free for my brother, who didn’t like them either.  I remember the bliss of getting married, moving out, and realizing I could now bake everything stuffed to the gills with nuts, as much as my nut-loving heart wanted.  My freezer is home to at…
  • Garlic Lemon Butter Shrimp

    26 Apr 2015 | 11:02 pm
    Whew.  It’s been two absolutely hectic weeks and I feel like I’m coming out of a long and rather challenging gauntlet.  My boss was here from overseas (Yes, I have a boss! So when I say I am a worker bee I really do mean it!) and we had a series of intense meetings.  That’s not to say that all this lay heavy on my shoulders.  Intense yes, but rewarding and exciting nonetheless.  Onward troops (as I like to say)!Whatever the case though…I am feeling a bit raggedy around the edges but glad to find a spot of time to click-clack away at my keyboard and share some…
  • Caramel Croissant Pudding

    5 Apr 2015 | 6:54 pm
    Have you ever had one of those days when you just needed caramel, croissants, and rum in the morning?  Don’t we all just have days like that?  When only sugar, booze, and French boulangerie, will help?Well, if you are better able to manage your feelings, going out for a run or finding peace in your yoga class instead of calories in your pantry, then absolutely more power to you.  I wish I were that virtuous and disciplined.  But, just like the lady from where this recipe originated, when I feel up against it, it is carbs I crave.  And I have no qualms indulging…
  • Lemon Butter Chicken

    24 Mar 2015 | 8:17 am
    So many new places to eat are opening up these days.  Not just in my neighborhood (in which there are a lot of great new places to explore and turn into hangouts…yay!) but all over.  Our local dining scene has never been more vibrant.  It is truly a diners market where one has a dizzying array of choices.  There are those maverick independents whose delicious and creative offerings are the work of a brave soul armed with just his (or her!) passion and the desire to share it.  Then there is the multitude of seeds being sowed by big gutsy restaurant groups – whose…
  • Garlic Mushroom Quinoa

    15 Mar 2015 | 8:02 am
    Hi!  How have you all been doing?  Good I hope.  I’ve been under the weather this past week.  One of those nasty, unidentifiable bugs that make you feel generally lousy (runny nose, itchy throat, achy body) but not lousy enough to render you totally bedridden.  And if I’m not feeling lousy enough to be bedridden, then you know where I am…doing everything else but.  Slogging through work, going to meetings, cooking for my home (and for my blog…which incidentally is really the same sort of cooking), running errands, and then going to bed at night feeling…
 
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    Cookie Madness

  • Chocolate Breakfast Muffins

    Anna
    27 May 2015 | 10:43 am
    Cookie Madness Cookie Madness - Keeping Life Sweet One Cookie at a Time One of my all-time favorite chocolate muffin recipes comes from King Arthur flour. I’ve been making these muffins for years, but recently discovered that KA has a new and improved version which they say rise even higher. They modified the recipe in 2012 by reducing the heat to 350 and decreasing the milk to ¾ cup.... Read More » The post Chocolate Breakfast Muffins appeared first on Cookie Madness.
  • Chocolate Dipped Cupcakes

    Anna
    25 May 2015 | 3:54 pm
    Cookie Madness Cookie Madness - Keeping Life Sweet One Cookie at a Time These chocolate dipped cupcakes were inspired by the chocolate dipped cones my dad used to buy me at Dairy Queen. Made with a chocolate cake base, a 7 Minute Frosting and a coating of melted chocolate mixed with coconut oil, they’re a lot of fun to prepare (if you’re in the mood for a project,... Read More » The post Chocolate Dipped Cupcakes appeared first on Cookie Madness.
  • 3D Caramel Delightfulls Chocolate Chip Cookies

    Anna
    22 May 2015 | 11:25 am
    Cookie Madness Cookie Madness - Keeping Life Sweet One Cookie at a Time This week I baked 500 cookies for a school event. It was loads of fun, but the mini bake-a-thon has ended and our garage freezer, which until yesterday was stuffed to the brim with cookies, is now empty. This is actually a good thing since we are leaving Texas and I’m giving my freezer away... Read More » The post 3D Caramel Delightfulls Chocolate Chip Cookies appeared first on Cookie Madness.
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  • VEGAN AEBELSKIVERS! (DANISH PANCAKE BALLS)

    Bryanna Clark Grogan
    28 May 2015 | 2:22 pm
    "Not quite a doughnut and not quite a popover, an ebelskiver ( pronounced "able-skeever") is a light, puffy, filled pancake cooked in a special pan on the stovetop." http://www.sj-r.com/article/20130424/News/304249903  And, i might add, no oven is necessary and noo frying is involved!Aebelskivers (the more common spelling) are Danish pancakes cooked in a special pan with deep, round cavities so that they emerge as small "puffs", or "balls", which are traditionally filled with applesauce or jam and dusted with confectioner’s sugar. The round shape is achieved by a special…
  • TWO DELECTABLE ASIAN-FUSION FULL-MEAL SALADS,ONE AN OLD FAVORITE & ONE NEW

    Bryanna Clark Grogan
    23 May 2015 | 10:03 pm
    This is the time of year that I switch from making soup several times a week to making hearty full-meal salads with whole grains, potatoes, pasta and noodles, or sweet potatoes, with beans or tofu or other vegan protein and lots of vegetables (and sometimes fruit-- fresh or dried-- and nuts).  This ensures that we have something ready-made, nutritious and tasty in the refrigerator at all times for quick meals or snacks.These recipes are two that we have enjoyed recently-- one an old favorite, and one new, made up to utilize what I had in the freezer and fridge.NOTE: About Szechuan chili…
  • CHEDDARY VEGAN ROASTED CORN AND CHIPOTLE CHOWDER

    Bryanna Clark Grogan
    11 May 2015 | 7:37 pm
    This was a rather spur-of-the-moment soup, but we really enjoyed it.  I had one Field Roast Chipotle sausage left (we haven't been able to buy them in Canada for a while, so this was the end of my freezer stash) and I felt like making a corn chowder, so I decided to make a spicy one.  Then I thought of adding the jar of homemade Golden Cheesey Sauce to the pot and-- voilà a new family favorite has been born!The Golden Cheesey Sauce is an updated version of the "Golden Sauce" from my very first cookbook, circa 1994.  I've noticed that there are a number of new versions of…
  • MOIST & TENDER, LOWFAT WHOLE GRAIN VEGAN MAPLE OATMEAL MUFFINS (WITH AQUAFABA EGG REPLACER)

    Bryanna Clark Grogan
    29 Apr 2015 | 3:52 pm
    Aquafaba, in case you somehow haven't heard of it by now, is the viscous broth from canned or cooked chickpeas and it makes an excellent egg substitute in baking.  (It is so-named because the terms "bean juice" and "brine" just didn't sound appetizing to most of the posters on the facebook page mentioned in the next paragraph.) Use about 3 tablespoons per average egg, or 1/4 cup for a large egg (you don't have to whip it for this use-- just use in its liquid form).  This use for aquafaba as an egg replacer in baking was first posted by author/blogger, vegan cook extraordinaire…
  • PURPLE BARLEY & CHICKPEA SALAD; VEGAN RICOTTA, FETA & SUN-DRIED TOMATO SPREAD

    Bryanna Clark Grogan
    25 Apr 2015 | 12:03 pm
    We have a bulk food store in our nearest town now, and they carry an interesting array of whole grains.  One that caught my eye was "Purple Prairie Barley", so I bought a small amount. But I never got around to using it until a few days ago. I knew already that barley is a grain very low on the glycemic index, providing slow-acting, longer-lasting energy, and that it's a good source of soluble (viscous) fiber, too.  Purple barley has an added bonus in that it is a variety sometimes called “naked barley,” or hull-less barley, which doesn't need pearling, so it still has the…
 
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  • Moroccan Spiced Grilled Chicken Breasts

    Elise
    28 May 2015 | 12:46 pm
    I’ve recently been cooking my way through some of the older recipe on Simply Recipes and came across this gem—Moroccan spiced grilled chicken breasts. It’s a winner! Continue reading "Moroccan Spiced Grilled Chicken Breasts" »
  • Salmon Fried Rice

    Elise
    27 May 2015 | 6:28 pm
    The best thing about making too much rice is that you have leftovers for fried rice, you know, the kind with some egg swirled in, chopped vegetables and a soy sauce based sauce. If you also happen to have some leftover cooked salmon (I know, it’s a stretch, but you might, right?) this salmon fried rice is one of the best possible things you could make with it. Continue reading "Salmon Fried Rice" »
  • Kale Caesar Salad with Creamy Parmesan Dressing

    Elise
    22 May 2015 | 6:15 am
    Everyone loves a good caesar salad. It’s all about the garlic, the parmesan, the crisp romaine lettuce, and crunchy garlicky croutons, right? Well, try adding some fresh kale leaves to your caesar next time! You don’t have to replace all the romaine with kale. In fact, an equal amount of each is just right in our opinion. You get the green goodness that is kale along with the cool crispness of the romaine, the best of both worlds. Continue reading "Kale Caesar Salad with Creamy Parmesan Dressing" »
  • Easy Grilled Salmon

    Elise
    20 May 2015 | 6:04 am
    With warmer weather comes grilling season and one of the easiest and healthiest foods you can prepare on a grill, gas or charcoal, is salmon. There is a trick to grilling salmon though, that once you know will transform your success with grilling this fish forever. The secret? Continue reading "Easy Grilled Salmon" »
  • Strawberry Arugula Quinoa Salad

    Elise
    19 May 2015 | 8:34 am
    When I first encountered strawberries in a green salad years ago I didn’t quite know what to make of it. They’re red, but they’re not tomatoes, what are they doing there? One bite and I was a convert! Strawberries are juicy, tart, and sweet and make a playful addition to salads of all kinds, including a quinoa salad. Continue reading "Strawberry Arugula Quinoa Salad" »
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  • Ridiculously Easy Blue Cheese Coleslaw (Low-Carb, Gluten-Free)

    Kalyn Denny
    25 May 2015 | 1:00 am
    Commercial blue cheese dressing and buttermilk make the dressing for this Ridiculously Easy Blue Cheese Coleslaw.  Add some crumbled blue cheese if you really want a strong blue cheese flavor!Way back in the archives on this blog I have a recipe for Blue Cheese Coleslaw. That's actually a really delicious recipe if you're the kind of person who wants coleslaw made completely from scratch, but a few years ago I started making Ridiculously Easy Blue Cheese Coleslaw with a dressing that's just my favorite commercial blue cheese dressing thinned with some buttermilk, and I never went…
  • 25 Favorite Healthy Grilling Recipes for Chicken, Fish, Pork, Beef, and Vegetables

    Kalyn Denny
    21 May 2015 | 11:44 pm
    I love grilling, and here are 25 of my favorite recipes for healthy carb-conscious grilling!(For Friday Flashbacks I feature recipes from the past that have been my personal favorites, and today I'm updating this collection of favorite grilling recipes just in case you're looking for grilling ideas for Memoral Day Weekend.  This was first posted on a typical Memorial Day weekend, as described below, but this Memorial Day I'm in Kenya, getting ready to venture out and see some hippos and go on a day-trip safari!  Happy Memorial Day everyone, no matter what you're…
  • Roasted Eggplant Slices with Mediterranean Salsa (Low-Carb, Paleo, Gluten-Free, Meatless)

    Kalyn Denny
    18 May 2015 | 1:00 am
    Roasted Eggplant with Mediterranean Salsa is easy and delicious (and all I am saying is give eggplant a chance!)By the time you read this I will have arrived in Istanbul, and maybe even eaten some of the amazing Turkish Eggplant dishes that make up part of the food experience of Turkey.  So I thought it would be fun to share an eggplant recipe here as well!  I know eggplant can be a hard sell with some people, but back in the early days of this blog I fell in love with grilled eggplant, and I've been an eggplant fan ever since.  Lately I have been loving roasted eggplant, and this…
  • Easy Strawberries Romanoff (Gluten-Free)

    Kalyn Denny
    15 May 2015 | 6:09 am
    Strawberries Romanoff are one of my best memories of working at Le Parisien in Salt Lake City, and this easy summer dessert has been a hit with everyone I've made it for!(For Friday Flashbacks I feature recipes from the past that have been my personal favorites, and this recipe for Easy Strawberries Romanoff is something I've been making for summer parties ever since I worked at Le Parisien Restaurant in college.  I have some happy food memories of that place, and their signature salad dressing is something I still buy at Costco and use all the time.)When I keep noticing ripe juicy…
  • Going to Istanbul and Nairobi, Turkish Food, and Other Things I'm Thinking About

    Kalyn Denny
    13 May 2015 | 12:37 pm
    I've definitely got plenty to think about this week, because I'm heading out for two weeks in Istanbul and Nairobi!(Photo from TurkishAirlines.com)It's been a about a month since I've shared some Things I'm Thinking About, and this time I really have some fun news to share. Remember in my Ten Year Anniversary Post how I talked about wanting to spend less time sitting in front of the computer and more time traveling? Well this weekend I'm taking off for a two-week adventure visiting Turkey and Kenya. And needless to say I am a little bit excited!Click to continue…
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  • Kale Caesar Salad with Creamy Parmesan Dressing

    Elise
    22 May 2015 | 6:15 am
    Everyone loves a good caesar salad. It’s all about the garlic, the parmesan, the crisp romaine lettuce, and crunchy garlicky croutons, right? Well, try adding some fresh kale leaves to your caesar next time! You don’t have to replace all the romaine with kale. In fact, an equal amount of each is just right in our opinion. You get the green goodness that is kale along with the cool crispness of the romaine, the best of both worlds. Continue reading "Kale Caesar Salad with Creamy Parmesan Dressing" »
  • Strawberry Arugula Quinoa Salad

    Elise
    19 May 2015 | 8:34 am
    When I first encountered strawberries in a green salad years ago I didn’t quite know what to make of it. They’re red, but they’re not tomatoes, what are they doing there? One bite and I was a convert! Strawberries are juicy, tart, and sweet and make a playful addition to salads of all kinds, including a quinoa salad. Continue reading "Strawberry Arugula Quinoa Salad" »
  • Sweet and Sour Glazed Artichokes with Caramelized Onions

    Elise
    15 May 2015 | 2:53 pm
    Growing up in California, home of the “Artichoke Capital of the World“, I have developed a deep and abiding love for that noble thistle. In fact, it’s a personal secret mission of mine to teach anyone and everyone who’s remotely interested how to cook and eat artichokes. But I have to tell you, as much as we Californians love our ‘chokes, we have nothing on the Italians. Hit any farmers market in Italy in spring and you’ll find bushels of “carciofi” for sale, at a price of 10 for 1 euro! For comparison, our globe artichokes usually run $3 each…
  • Sweet Potato Hash Browns

    Elise
    6 May 2015 | 6:19 pm
    So, do you want to know the secret to truly amazing, mind blowing, crazy good hash browns? Continue reading "Sweet Potato Hash Browns" »
  • Mexican Fruit Cocktail

    Elise
    28 Apr 2015 | 11:21 pm
    Visit practically anywhere in Mexico and you’ll be delighted by the abundance of fruit. You’ll find juice stands selling a variety of agua fresca, and street vendors peddling fruit on sticks and zesty fruit salads. Where our fruit salads tend to be rather predictable, a typical Mexican fruit cocktail has elements of chili and salt, and perhaps some cilantro and onion as well. The combination is interesting in the best possible way, and terrific served alongside Mexican food or on its own for a snack. Continue reading "Mexican Fruit Cocktail" »
 
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  • pasta salad with roasted tomatoes

    deb
    27 May 2015 | 8:58 am
    For someone who is patently terrified of all the offerings in the deli case pasta salad universe — the tri-colore, mayo-slicked, sugar-sweetened, canned tuna-flecked, curry powder-ed, and dotted with green peppers, raisins or ohgodboth — I sure spend a spectacular amount of each summer trying to come up with cold pasta preparations I’d find agreeable. I know that there’s one out there I could love and could love me back, but although a few attempts have gotten me closer, and even temporarily sated, my perfect picnic pasta salad eluded me. Late last summer, I began…
  • swirled berry yogurt popsicles

    deb
    20 May 2015 | 9:05 am
    In the past, I have made the argument that all sorts of absurd things, from fruit crisps to slab pies, pizza, salade lyonnaise, risotto, stuffing (!), latkes, cookie bars and even shamelessly decadent cakes rolled in brown butter and cinnamon sugar deserve inclusion in the first meal of the day. You might say I have no shame at all. I might say that I cleverly rail against the narrow confines of that which we know as breakfast. You might say I’ve gone too far this time, but I’m going to do it anyway: I’m going to make the argument that breakfast popsicles deserve to become a…
  • fake shack burger

    deb
    18 May 2015 | 9:08 am
    The last time I incubated of future generation of my family, my OB’s office — a place you cumulatively spend a spectacular amount of time over the course of 40 weeks — was diagonally across the street from the Upper West Side Shake Shack, and I only ate there once. I understand if this means we can no longer be friends; I am personally embarrassed to know this about me too. Where were my priorities? I have spent years mourning this missed opportunity to not only eat a weekly Shackburger but to have made better use of my last weeks of kid-free leisurely lunches for years to…
  • toasted marshmallow milkshake

    deb
    14 May 2015 | 8:59 am
    Almost exactly 5 years ago, in celebration us both signing contracts to write cookbooks, I met a friend* for lunch at a burger joint called The Stand on East 12th Street, and we finished the meal with something the menu declared a toasted marshmallow milkshake. I don’t remember a thing about the burger, but I do know that pretty much every conversation I had in the weeks that followed went like this: “The weather is so nice today!” “It would be perfect for a toasted marshmallow milkshake, don’t you think?” “How is your son sleeping these days?”…
  • mushrooms and greens with toast

    deb
    12 May 2015 | 9:04 am
    Regarding the ever-present stacks of cookbooks around the apartment, my mother joked to me on Sunday that I should open a library. She’s probably right. I don’t think that a week goes by that I don’t* receive at least one new cookbook and I hardly know where to dive in. And don’t get me wrong, I too swoon over the currently in-demand aesthetic of vertically oriented, dimly lit photos of reclaimed weathered barnwood tables boasting sauce splatters and variations on kale on matte pages bound in jacketless books. It’s just that they’re all starting to jumble…
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  • Moroccan Spiced Grilled Chicken Breasts

    Elise
    28 May 2015 | 12:46 pm
    I’ve recently been cooking my way through some of the older recipe on Simply Recipes and came across this gem—Moroccan spiced grilled chicken breasts. It’s a winner! Continue reading "Moroccan Spiced Grilled Chicken Breasts" »
  • Easy Grilled Salmon

    Elise
    20 May 2015 | 6:04 am
    With warmer weather comes grilling season and one of the easiest and healthiest foods you can prepare on a grill, gas or charcoal, is salmon. There is a trick to grilling salmon though, that once you know will transform your success with grilling this fish forever. The secret? Continue reading "Easy Grilled Salmon" »
  • Quick and Easy Egg Drop Soup

    Garrett McCord
    13 May 2015 | 5:37 am
    This Chinese egg drop soup from my friend and guest contributor Garrett McCord couldn’t be easier! It takes no more than 20 minutes to make start to finish, and is perfect for a quick, healthy meal. ~Elise In college one of the dishes I relied on was my own version of egg drop soup. It was simple, tasty, comforting and (most importantly) budget friendly. As I started to make it more and more I began to notice that friends started to drop by for dinner with increasing frequency. This was fine as all I had to do was add a bit more chicken stock and soy sauce and toss in another beaten…
  • Broccoli Beef

    Jaden Hair
    19 Apr 2015 | 10:57 am
    Please welcome guest contributor Jaden Hair of Steamy Kitchen, author of The Steamy Kitchen Cookbook: 101 Asian Recipes Simple Enough for Tonight’s Dinner, who shows us how to make this Chinese-American classic, Broccoli Beef. ~Elise After moving out of the dorms in college, I found an apartment to share with 3 others. My job was to cook, and as long as what I put out on the dinner table was better than instant ramen, I didn’t have to clean the kitchen or vacuum. A mighty fine trade of labor, if you ask me! But then pretty soon, friends of roommates discovered my cooking talent…
  • Roasted Asparagus

    Elise
    11 Apr 2015 | 12:23 pm
    Roasted asparagus in the oven is one of the easiest way to prepare asparagus. Just coat them with a little olive oil, sprinkle with salt and pepper, and maybe a little minced garlic, and roast them until lightly browned and tender. Continue reading "Roasted Asparagus" »
 
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    Food.com: Newest recipes

  • Banh Mi Bowls

    28 May 2015 | 7:01 pm
    Don't forget the splash of soy sauce, it makes the dish. From Budget Bytes with adaptations. -- posted by gailanng
  • Troops BBQ Pizza Oven Taco Pizza

    28 May 2015 | 4:10 pm
    Put a new twist on Taco Tuesdays with a Taco Pizza! The secret to making this a great pizza is the ground Turkey. Your guests will likely think the meat is beef because of the Taco seasoning, but you'll secretly know the reason the crust cooked to perfection is because of the reduced grease. Serve the slices with a dab of Sour Cream for an extra treat! -- posted by SwagDaddy
  • Cooling Green Smoothie for Health Skin

    28 May 2015 | 4:09 pm
    May is Skin Cancer Awareness month, and we’re all about maintaining and protecting beautiful, healthy skin. Just because topical protection is necessary in preventing sun damage and skin cancer doesn’t mean you can’t also love your skin from the inside out. -- posted by DrGarazo
  • Spicy Shoyu Ramen Noodle

    28 May 2015 | 4:08 pm
    Japanese Ramen recipe from Ivan Ramen -- posted by Chef DDE
  • Creamy Lemon Chicken Piccatta

    28 May 2015 | 4:07 pm
    Lemony chicken -- posted by Anonymous
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    The Restaurant Recipe Blog

  • Texas Roadhouse(tm) Killer Ribs

    ChefTom
    27 May 2015 | 8:34 am
    Today’s secret recipe (below) will show you how to prepare Texas Roadhouse’s award winning killer ribs.  These amazing ribs are seasoned with a dry rub, then baked slow and low before being grilled to perfection.  They are loaded with flavor and fall right off the bone.  You can prepare most of this recipe ahead of time, then just bring them to your next barbecue and heat them up on the grill. You can get Texas Roadhouse’s rib seasoning recipe on our forum: Go Here Enjoy! =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 3 TOXIC Food Ingredients You Must AVOID to Fight…
  • Grilled Chicken With Jerk Seasoning

    ChefTom
    22 May 2015 | 8:00 am
    It’s time to dust off the grill and get ready to kick off the Memorial Day weekend.  I’m looking forward to enjoying some great outdoor barbecues with friends and family.  I’ve put together some of my favorite grilling recipes for you to enjoy this weekend.  First I have a secret recipe for a flavorful grilled chicken with jerk seasoning. This recipe is only one of the many mouth-watering recipes featured in the “300 Recipes For The Grill” cookbook.  From appetizers to desserts, this cookbook is packed with recipes that will impress your friends and family. Members…
  • Applebee’s(tm) Southwest Shrimp Fettuccine

    ChefTom
    20 May 2015 | 8:20 am
    Today’s secret recipe (below) is for a delicious shrimp and pasta dish served at Applebee’s.  The southwest shrimp fettuccine is seasoned with just the right amount of spice, then topped with a fresh black bean and corn salsa.  Fresh cilantro and lime juice really elevates the flavors in this dish.  For a healthier version you can substitute whole wheat pasta. We also have a huge selection Applebee’s recipes on our forum: Go Here Enjoy! =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Free Online Class: “Cooking With Whole Grains” Learn how to make flavorful and…
  • The Palm Restaurant Three Cheese Potatoes Au Gratin

    ChefTom
    18 May 2015 | 8:47 am
    Today’s 5 star secret recipe comes from The Palm Restaurant.  The Palm was established in New York City in 1926 and now has locations across the country.  At The Palm they are known for huge cuts of steaks, giant lobsters and authentic Italian dishes.  Zagat rated The Palm as one of the best restaurants in New York City. Today’s secret recipe will show you how to prepare a delicious side dish from the menu.  Their three cheese potatoes au gratin features a nice blend of cheeses and is sure to be a family favorite in your home. You can serve these potatoes along with a bourbon…
  • Ultimate Oatmeal Cookies

    ChefTom
    15 May 2015 | 12:36 pm
    I’m sure you’re excited to get this weekend started so to help you do just that, I’ve selected some delicious new recipes (below) that are easy to prepare.  First, I have a secret recipe for the ultimate oatmeal cookies that are so yummy and perfect for some weekend indulgence. This recipe is only one of the yummy cookie recipes featured in “The Big Book Of Cookies” cookbook.  From the old-fashioned, most requested to the newest and easiest cookies, this book has it all! Members of our Discount Cookbook Club will receive this entire cookbook with their membership.  If…
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  • Blooming Onion Bread

    admin
    19 May 2015 | 9:07 am
    Found this video recipe and this blooming onion bread looks amazing! Check out the video below: Bloomin' Onion Bread, so gooey so tempting! (via Home Cooking Adventure) Full video and recipe here: http://bit.ly/1dQUmeIPosted by Tastemade on Saturday, May 16, 2015
  • Garlic Herb Roasted Potatoes

    admin
    28 Apr 2015 | 4:29 pm
    These potatoes are flavored with roasted garlic, lemon and fresh thyme.  They are baked to perfection in the oven.  The result is a potato that’s crispy on the outside and tender in the middle.  Goes well with most entrees. 1 1/2 pounds small red potatoes 1/4 cup olive oil 2 tablespoons melted butter 2 heads garlic, top trimmed 1/2 tablespoon chopped parsley leaves 1/2 lemon, cut into wedges 5-6 sprigs fresh thyme salt, to taste fresh cracked black pepper, to taste Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Cut slits on the top of the potatoes, do not cut through. Place the potatoes in a…
  • Filet Mignion with Horseradish Butter

    admin
    22 Apr 2015 | 9:12 pm
    This tasty steak dish is easy to make and the beef just melts in your mouth. 2 (5oz.) beef tenderloin filets salt & black pepper, to taste Olive oil 1 tablespoon butter 1 teaspoon horseradish Melt the butter and mix with the horseradish in a bowl.  Set aside. Get a cast iron skillet hot over medium heat. Season the filets on both sides with salt and fresh cracked black pepper. Place a drop of olive oil in the pan then add the filets. Cook for 4-5 minutes and then flip. Spoon the butter mixture over the filets and cook for another 2-3 minutes. Remove from heat, let rest for 2-3 minutes…
  • Chocolate Guinness Cake with Baileys Cream Cheese Icing

    admin
    30 Mar 2015 | 4:33 pm
    Dark Chocolate Guinness Cake: 1 cup Guinness beer (or other stout) 1 cup + 1 tbsp butter 2/3 cup cocoa powder 1 3/4 cups confectioners sugar 2/3 cup sour cream 2 eggs 1 tbsp vanilla extract 2 cups plain flour 2 1/2 tsp baking soda Baileys Cream Cheese Icing: 4 1/2 cups sifted confectioners sugar 1/2 cup butter at room temperature 8oz. cream cheese at room temperature 5 tbsps Baileys Irish Cream Cake: Preheat oven to 350°F. Butter and line a 9-inch springform pan with parchment paper. Melt the butter into the Guinness in a saucepan over low heat. Whisk in the cocoa and sugar and take the…
  • Vegan “Parmesan Cheese”

    admin
    23 Mar 2015 | 5:37 pm
    This is a great cheese alternative and is easy to prepare. The nutritional yeast adds a nice cheesy flavor to the mixture. Nutritional yeast is inexpensive and you can find it at most health food stores or you can order it online here. 3/4 cup raw cashews 3 Tbsp nutritional yeast 3/4 tsp salt 1/4 tsp garlic powder Add all ingredients together in a food processor and process until a fine meal or powder is formed. Don’t over-process. Sprinkle over your dishes like Parmesan cheese. Will keep covered in the fridge for about a month.
 
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    Food Wishes Video Recipes

  • Deep-Fried Creamy Chicken Gravy – Almost Chicken Croquettes

    28 May 2015 | 8:34 pm
    There are two kinds of chicken croquettes. They all have a crispy, deep-fried exterior, but some are firm, meaty, and nugget-like, while others are much softer and creamier. It was that second kind I was attempting here, and I got so close. To make a long shorty short, I used too much butter, and milk, and while they did stay together enough to form the signature, golden-brown crust, the inside was positively sauce-like. I had no intention of turning this classic into some kind of gimmicky attempt at a viral video, but as I ate them, I couldn’t help but think of how much they tasted like…
  • Braised Lamb with Radishes and Mint (and Anchovies, but Don’t Tell Anyone)

    27 May 2015 | 10:39 pm
    I had a fantastic appetizer recently featuring lamb belly, radishes, anchovies, and mint, which inspired today’s post. It sounded amazing, but I’d only glanced at the description, so when it came, I was more than a little surprised to see the radishes were fully cooked. This was a new one for me, and I absolutely loved it. Like most root vegetables, radishes don’t have a ton of flavor, but I found them slightly sweet, earthy (duh), and aromatic. Plus, they seemed to have effectively absorbed all the other flavors in the dish. One thing led to another, and I adapted the approach to…
  • Sea Bass a la Michele – Just the Way She Likes It

    26 May 2015 | 5:16 pm
    Whenever I can’t decide on what to do with a piece of fish, I usually opt for this easy and crowd-pleasing technique, which involves roasting seafood after it’s been slathered in a highly seasoned vinaigrette. And by crowd, I mean wife. The acidic bath seems to do something to the sea bass as it roasts, and not only do you get a very flavorful exterior, but the inside it seems to stay moister and more succulent, than if you just used a spice rub. In fact, Michele loves this roasting method so much, that I decided to name it after her. Also, I couldn’t think of a name, and if I called it…
  • Celebrating Memorial Day – Paying Tribute to Those Who Literally Fight for Your Right to Party

    25 May 2015 | 8:53 am
    Photo (c) Flickr user Vince AlongiI always feel a little guilty grilling on Memorial Day. Being surrounded by all kinds of tasty food and cold beer seems inappropriate considering the holiday's solemn meaning. Maybe it would be better to honor our vets by eating what they had to survive on while defending our country.What if instead of gnawing on a stack of sticky barbecued ribs, while sitting in a lawnchair, we dug a hole in the ground, and enjoyed something squeezed out of a pouch instead? There aren't many delicious things that come in squeezable pouches.So, if the chicken get a little dry…
  • Classic Strawberry Shortcake – Thanks, Grandpa!

    20 May 2015 | 5:57 pm
    I was visiting my mom last summer, and overheard her and my aunt talking about making strawberry shortcake using “dad’s” recipe. They were obviously talking about my grandfather, which was surprising, since I had no idea he baked. I remember he did a lot of cooking growing up, but it was things like frittata, meat sauce, or polenta. I never once saw him bake anything sweet. Nevertheless, he apparently gets credit for inventing our official family recipe for strawberry shortcake, which I’ve adapted here.What he had done was taken the strawberry shortcake recipe off the box of a…
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    Around Mom's Kitchen Table

  • Oak Dining Table and Chairs Sets Remind Me of Grandma's House

    Linda Sue
    28 May 2015 | 2:30 pm
    Oak Dining Table and Chairs SetsOak dining table and chairs sets remind me of holiday dinners at grandma's house. Her old oak table was one of the round ones. That is, it was until the two extra leafs were put in, then it became a large oval. Hers was the old pedestal type with bear claw feet; it must have been a hundred years old when I was knee high to a jackrabbit. For holiday dinners, there were a bunch of adults sitting around that old table, leaving only a couple of empty spaces for the oldest of the grandchildren. It was a big day when you became one of the older ones, could sit…
  • Facts About Eggs

    Linda Sue
    27 May 2015 | 11:26 am
    Click edit above to add content to this empty capsule.Eggs: Nutrition in a Small PackageFood prices have spiralled up out of control recently, with no sign of coming back down any time soon. While the price of eggs has climbed, too, they are a better buy than some proteins. Here are some important facts about eggs:Facts about EggsFresh eggs provide protein, 25% more vitamin E, 75% more beta carotene, and contain more vitamin A and omega-3 fatty acids than store bought eggs. Backyard chicken eggs taste much better than stale store-bought eggs, which could be several weeks old, since they have…
  • For a Song by Charles Pogue

    Linda Sue
    26 May 2015 | 9:01 am
    For a Song by Charles Pogue, my husband, is now available for Amazon Kindle. If you know me, you know that I have always wanted to be a writer. The same is true of my husband. He has been writing songs and poems since he was a teenager. For a Song is his third indie published book.In the past couple of years, Charles has been trying his hand at fiction. All of his fiction fits in the Christian fiction category. There is no gratuitous violence, no sex, and no profanity, making the books suitable for almost anyone.In this book, Crafton Davis finally lets Sybil know he loves her. At first…
  • How to Season Your Cast Iron

    Linda Sue
    25 May 2015 | 8:12 am
    Photo credit: DF McElweeSeasoning Cast Iron Pans Prevents Rust and Keeps Food From Sticking to the PansClick edit above to add content to this empty capsule.You can actually save money by buying old, rusted skillets and cookware at yard sales, use steel wool to remove the rust, then season them and they will be like brand new pots and pans. I've seen my father do this several times. My dad's method for seasoning a cast iron pan is:Use a food grade oil, such as corn oil or vegetable oil, and wipe on a thin layer over the entire surface of your dry pan. Use a cotton cloth or paper towels…
  • Coleslaw Ham Salad: The Perfect Summer Salad!

    Linda Sue
    24 May 2015 | 10:33 am
    Coleslaw Ham Salad is Delicious!Do you like coleslaw? Occasionally, I get hungry for something different. When this happened recently, I searched my fridge and kitchen cabinets until I found the ingredients for the following salad.My family loves it, and it has become one of our favorite quick and easy meals. In winter, a crusty, hot garlic bread is wonderful with this salad. In summer, we have the crackers to keep from heating up the kitchen.Because cabbage is available year round, this delicious salad can be enjoyed any time of the year.To save time, I use a prepared coleslaw mix produced…
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    Bulk Cooking

  • Four Recipes to Use with Homemade Chili

    Linda Sue
    22 May 2015 | 11:51 am
    In my last post, I gave you a recipe for homemade chili. Some of the recipes I use with my homemade chili are below. Since much of the cooking has already been done, most of the recipes below can be ready in 30 minutes or less. Enchilada Bake Enchiladas are delicious, but require more time than I have available. A while back, I cut some corners and came up with Enchilada Bake. It tastes the same, but requires much less time to make than traditional enchiladas. Ingredients:homemade chili shredded cheddar cheese large package of corn tortillas (or make your own) The amount of the above…
  • Homemade Chili for a Crowd

    Linda Sue
    20 May 2015 | 11:13 am
    My favorite way to make homemade chili starts with 5 pounds of lean ground beef. Some people like to brown their ground beef in oil, but I much prefer the softer texture that results from boiling it in a bit of water. Be sure you start with a large stock pot  and stir often!Homemade Chili for a Crowd5 pounds lean ground meat6 cups of water2 #3 (large) cans of diced tomatoes4-8oz. cans of tomato sauce2 large onions, diced1/2 cup diced garlic (less if you don't like garlic that much)2-4oz. cans of chopped or diced green chilies1/2 cup chili powder2-16oz. cans of dark kidney beans or black…
  • Hot Cocoa for a Crowd

    Linda Sue
    13 Feb 2012 | 8:19 pm
    Most of the time, we are doing bulk-cooking to prepare for many meals at once. Occasionally, we do bulk-cooking to feed a large group. I recently came across this recipe to make Hot Cocoa for a crowd and decided to share it here. Hot Cocoa# of Servings255075100Cocoa1 1/4 cups2 1/2 cups3 3/4 cups5 cupsSugar1 3/4 cups3 1/4 cups5 cups6 1/2 cupsSalt1 1/2 tsp.1 tbsp.1 1/2 tbsp.2 tbsp.Cold Water1 pint1 quart1 1/2 quarts2 quartsHot Milk1 1/2 gallons2 1/2 gallons3 3/4 gallons5 gallonsVanilla1/2 tsp.1 tsp.1 1/2 tsp.2 tsp.Instructions:Mix the cocoa, sugar, and salt well. Add water to the mixture and…
  • Bulk Cooking Hamburger: Ready to Go Meal Prep

    Linda Sue
    6 Jan 2011 | 9:22 pm
    Recently, our local grocery store had a huge sale on ground chuck and ground round. I purchased about 15 pounds, then had to decide what to do with it. One reason I bought it was that I wanted to make some homemade chili, but it was too much ground meat, even for chili. My solution? I cooked it all, then put it up in the freezer in 2 cup portions. The 2 cup portions were just about what I would put in a hamburger casserole or stovetop hamburger pasta meal. Because this advance bulk cooking was done, in the future, when I want to make my hamburger stroganoff or a mac and cheese hamburger dish,…
  • Spruced Up Spaghetti Sauce

    Linda Sue
    13 Feb 2010 | 7:13 pm
    A Guest Blog by Susan ElliottThe typical cook for a day eat for a month menu involves a lot of preparation and little to nothing more than defrosting and heating at meal time. This is not that type of recipe. However, preparing key ingredients in bulk, like a fabulous pasta sauce, will allow you to have a fantastic meal without a lot of work at meal time.Spruced Up Spaghetti Sauce Let’s be honest, store bought spaghetti sauce is store bought spaghetti sauce. It doesn’t matter the brand or the ingredients. Store bought spaghetti sauce is often just repackaged sauce that sells anywhere from…
 
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    Skinnytaste

  • Grilled Chicken Bruschetta

    28 May 2015 | 8:27 am
     Juicy tomatoes, mozzarella, basil, red onion, garlic and balsamic can turn plain grilled chicken into a delicious weeknight meal in minutes! Make the Bruschetta the night before or early in the morning and let all the flavors marinate, then when you are ready to eat grill some chicken and you have yourself a quick weeknight meal.This recipe is from the archives but a regular in my house this time of year. Although this tomato mixture is usually served over toasted bread, I love serving it over grilled chicken to make it a light, low-carb meal. The tomatoes are the star of the show, to quote…
  • Grilled Shrimp Scampi Skewers

    27 May 2015 | 8:34 am
    If you're looking for something new to make on the grill, you're going to love this!  All the lemony, garlicky flavors I love in a scampi, but lighter because there's no butter and just a touch of olive oil. After I grill them, I squeeze more lemon over them and top them with a little fresh grated parmesan – SO good!I put lemon slices in between the shrimp for presentation but it's totally optional. If you plan on doing this, it's best to double up on the skewers so the lemon and shrimp doesn't rotate around the stick when you're grilling. I actually forgot to…
  • Watermelon "Caprese" with Balsamic Glaze

    23 May 2015 | 6:09 am
    I LOVE the salty-sweet combination of watermelon, mozzarella, arugula and balsamic – a delicious twist on the classic Caprese which is usually made with tomatoes, mozzarella and basil. Cutting the watermelon with a star-shaped cookie cutter makes these perfect for Memorial day or July 4th.I'm actually not a huge fan of tomatoes until late August when they are falling off my tomato plants, so watermelon is a great alternative. And these are so easy to make, no cooking required. The hardest part is cutting out the shapes (which is NOT hard at all, Madison loves helping me with this). You…
  • Grilled Flank Steak with Chimichurri

    21 May 2015 | 8:14 am
     I've always been a steak lover, especially when it's topped with homemade chimichurri. It adds freshness and zing to grilled meats, chicken or fish, and the sauce can be made a day in advance.In Brazil, Argentina and many other countries in South America, chimichurri is as common as ketchup is to Americans. My cousin Kat is from Brazil, and taught me how to make the BEST chimichurri, so forget all the other recipes out there, this is it! You can double or triple the recipe if you're feeding a crowd. Serve this with grilled corn or a salad on the side and you have yourself a…
  • Turmeric-Garlic Shrimp with Cabbage-Mango Slaw

    20 May 2015 | 8:33 am
    Tons of flavor in this quick, shrimp dish! The perfect balance of spicy, savory, sweet & sour – and ready in less than 30 minutes.I seasoned the shrimp with turmeric, cumin and red pepper flakes, then gave it a quick saute with garlic and finished it with some fresh lime juice and cilantro. To balance out the heat (it's mild, although you can make it spicier or leave milder to your taste) I served this over a quick slaw with sweet mango, red cabbage and lime juice.My husband gave it two thumbs up! This dish is perfect for most diet restrictions: gluten-free, low-carb, paleo,…
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    In Erika's Kitchen

  • Truffled white bean puree

    Erika Kerekes
    22 May 2015 | 8:11 am
    Photo: Lynne Hemer, Cook and Be Merry I'm often in need of a quick, elegant hors d'oeuvre to keep guests busy and on the other side of the counter while I'm finishing dinner preparations in the kitchen. I like this truffled white bean puree because it's simple, I can make it ahead, and it's an unusual combination that raises the eyebrows a bit. You could serve it with crackers or toasted
  • 5-minute cucumber salad

    Erika Kerekes
    3 Apr 2015 | 12:01 pm
    Today I'm sharing with you my 5-minute cucumber salad - a side dish for days when you need to get some vegetables on the table and there's no way in hell you're actually going to have time to cook anything. (Just to be clear, that's 5 minutes of active time. It does need to sit and marinate for at least 5 minutes at room temperature, or 20 minutes in the refrigerator.) Peeling, seeding and
  • Deviled eggs with duck skin "cracklins"

    Erika Kerekes
    9 Mar 2015 | 5:30 am
    My younger son, a newly minted teenager, knows what he likes and wants what he wants. And this week what he wants are deviled eggs. I believe in turning out self-sufficient young men who can feed themselves - and a dozen of their friends, too. So I taught him how to make deviled eggs. He has now made three batches on his own. Well, two and a half. The first time he didn't let the eggs come
  • Glazed salmon fillets with Cherry Chipotle Not Ketchup

    Erika Kerekes
    6 Jan 2015 | 6:26 pm
    When I first created my Not Ketchup fruit ketchups, I really only thought about using them on meat. Burgers, steak, chicken, sausages, lamb chops, pork chops, ribs. Meaty meat. But after spending a lot of time at Santa Monica Seafood - the best retail seafood market, wholesale seafood distributor and seafood cafe in southern California, and an enthusiastic supporter of Not Ketchup from the
  • Broccoli fritters

    Erika Kerekes
    2 Dec 2014 | 9:35 pm
    I never liked deep-frying. It always seemed like a huge production. So much oil. Such a mess. Having to clean the stove after it was over. I avoided it for years. But then there was that day a few years ago when I made onion pakora according to instructions from Rashmi of YumKid. Such sizzle! So crispy! And I remembered: Fried food is downright delicious. These broccoli fritters are worth
 
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    Lite Bite

  • Recipes | Cooking with Thuthuvalai – A tiny herb and a few healthy recipes

    sanjeeta kk
    8 May 2015 | 2:34 am
    ‘All good food comes with a story, and the stories need sharing as much as the food‘. “Wait, don’t keep that box for washing…taste the dish in it and tell me how is it?” asked hubby, who saw me holding and sniffing that small blue box. The tiny box and the food inside looked unfamiliar to me. “Hmm..it does taste good, but what is it and how did it come in your lunch-bag?” I asked, staring at him. “My colleague KC brought this Kulambu (curry) for lunch today. I found the recipe quite interesting and asked him to pack a little for me so that you can taste and try it…
  • Recipe & Food Styling | Orange scented Dry fruits Shahi Pulao – Passion creates positive energy

    sanjeeta kk
    27 Apr 2015 | 2:23 am
    Passion creates positive energy and we feed on that energy to stay motivated. ~ #onlineread I am blessed by a number of things I love to do. Painting, travelling, cooking, reading, sketching, gardening, photography and many such activities. I do not find my diverse interest as a dilemma and love to engage myself in some of these activities whenever time permits. But – well, there exists another life. A real world, where there is a laundry to be cleared, grocery shopping, doctor’s appointments, a hungry family to feed, activity classes for children and the never ending list of…
  • Recipe and Food Styling | Easy dessert with Rice dumplings in coconut milk aka Paal Kozhukattai – Follow your efforts

    sanjeeta kk
    12 Apr 2015 | 2:09 am
    “With extreme joy, we thank Sanjeeta KK of Lite Bites for photographing the recipes in Indu Bokaria’s “Recipes from a Diary”. Her warmth and friendliness coupled with dedication and passion makes her a pleasure to work with. We look forward to seeing our 76-page, all-colour cookbook in the hands of our readers. If you think the pages look delectable, then you know where the credit lies! Thank you Sanjeeta.” Indu Bokaria, cookbook author. These beautiful words of appreciation are written by the author of a cook book on her Facebook page for whom I did a…
  • Recipe and Food Styling | Vegetable Biryani – Life does exist. It’s the purpose that counts

    sanjeeta kk
    29 Mar 2015 | 5:12 am
    “Life does exist. It’s the purpose that counts.” ~Toba Beta “Is your life passion-driven or purpose-driven?” the lady sitting next to me in the lunch room asked. I looked at her and smiled. I couldn’t comprehend her question and was at a loss of words for a minute. It was during a photo-shoot last week where I met this beautiful lady who works as an art director. She was assisting a jewellery shoot adjacent to my room. We were having lunch together when she checked my blog on her mobile and asked me about my work. “Hmm…well, the blog was started to fill the…
  • Recipe | Desi Health Bites – Tofu Pasanda aka Tofu in White Gravy

    sanjeeta kk
    19 Mar 2015 | 10:19 pm
    Creamy, mildly spicy and an exotic recipe, Paneer Pasanda (cottage cheese curry) is a very elaborate Indian dish served in many hi-end restaurants in India. Cottage cheese are sliced into thin triangles which are stuffed with a paste of nuts, coated with chickpea flour marinate, deep fried and then dunked into rich creamy gravy to make a delicious Paneer Pasanda. The preferred gravy for Paneer Pasanda is deep red in colour, which comes from ground tomatoes, deep fried onions and turmeric powder. Such recipes make a rare appearance during celebrations or to entertain special guests at my…
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    Jewish Holiday Recipe

  • Your Twitter Fans To Boost

    admin
    7 May 2015 | 2:50 am
    Twitter (IPA pronunciation /ˈtwɪtər/) is definitely an online social networking assistance that allows people to deliver and examine brief 140- character communications termed “tweets”. Based on the Fake Fan Check resource from StatusPeople, which claims the capability to decide just how many of a useris Twitter followers are fakes, 71% of Girl Gagais over 35 million followers are fake or sedentary, along with 70% of President Obamais almost 30 million enthusiasts. Use it your business card, utilize it inside your guest blogger biography, once you talk at meetings and mention…
  • Bags Galore: The Camera Backpack to get a Fashionable Camera Carrying Equipment

    admin
    2 May 2015 | 10:43 am
    Whenever you walk out the home to move elsewhere, you always remember to create your case. Bags are extremely important; it is where you place all of your material. Actually, you have been utilizing it since you were within the pre school. And today that you are all-developed, you still can’t-live without it. Bags are utilized in several various ways. You will find college bags, custom bags for women and men, notebook bags, addition bags, & most of, a camera case for the valuable camera. Should you enjoy photography, and you also consider your most precious possession along with you…
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    Healthy. Delicious.

  • Nicoise-Style Potato Salad

    Lauren Keating
    28 May 2015 | 1:30 am
    Bright, tangy potato salad inspired by the flavors of nicoise salad and tossed with a mustard vinaigrette. Make a big batch on Sunday for a ready-to-go side dish all week! Lately, I’ve been all about taking some time on Sunday nights to get a head start on meals of the week ahead. I’m not talking about anything crazy – little things like cooking a few extra pieces of chicken to use on salad or in pasta or cooking a big pot of rice or whole grains can make a huge difference on a busy weeknight. I’m also finding that it helps a ton to make a simple potato, pasta, or grain…
  • Hoisin Glazed Chicken Kebabs

    Lauren Keating
    26 May 2015 | 1:30 am
    These easy chicken skewers are a sure-fire crowd pleaser. If you marinate the chicken ahead of time, they’re ready in just 10 minutes! Serve them with cilantro rice or sesame carrot salad for a quick meal. We had a great food weekend this past weekend. From Friday night’s risotto (a culinary school assignment) to blackened mahi sandwiches at a lakeside restaurant (what is it about being on the water that makes everything taste better?) to new recipes for carrot and quinoa salads, we had one great meal after another. One of the highlights of the weekend were these Hoisin-glazed…
  • Spicy Chipotle Hummus Pasta

    Lauren Keating
    21 May 2015 | 1:30 am
    You won’t believe how quickly this spicy chipotle hummus pasta comes together! Saute the chicken and vegetables while the pasta cooks and you’ll have dinner on the table in about a half an hour. Have you ever cooked with hummus? We eat it all the time, but almost exclusively as a snack – set me up next to a pool with a tub of hummus and some pretzels and I’m good for hours. From time to time I’ll also also use it on a sandwich or in my favorite no-mayo potato salad, but other than that I haven’t really branched out in terms of using it as an ingredient in…
  • Blueberry Crisp with Lemongrass + Ginger

    Lauren Keating
    17 May 2015 | 6:56 pm
    Individually-sized blueberry crisps are an easy dessert that’s perfect for late Spring. This recipe gets a Southeast Asian flair from lemongrass and ginger. Using coconut oil instead of butter in the crisp topping means this dessert is also dairy free and vegan! This blueberry crisp with lemongrass and ginger is one of the best things that has come out of my kitchen recently. It’s sweet (but not too sweet), a little bit spicy, and loaded with a double portion of juicy blueberries. Since crisps can be messy to serve, I baked this recipe in individual portions. Top them off with…
  • Farmhouse Salad with Citrus Vinaigrette

    Lauren Keating
    14 May 2015 | 1:30 am
    This gorgeous farmhouse salad highlights the best produce of the season: asparagus, peas, and radishes. Grilled chicken and chickpeas add plenty of filling protein and soy nuts add gluten-free crunch. Topped off with a bright citrus vinaigrette, this salad is the perfect way to celebrate Spring! We had the most ridiculously beautiful stretch of 90-degree weather over the weekend. I loved every second of it! We spend tons of time outside, had a date night at our favorite hot dog joint, and finally bought a new set of patio furniture. (Amazon is the best! We found a great set that was totally…
 
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  • 6 Delicious Greek Lamb Recipes

    3 May 2015 | 8:00 am
    Although lamb is especially associated with Greek Easter, there are several recipes which can be eaten at any time. We've put together 6 of these Greek recipes for you. Just click on the links to go straight to the recipe. Lamb with Artichokes in Avgolemono Sauce Lamb Kleftiko Youvetsi with LambRoast Lamb with Potatoes and Feta CheeseLamb Ribs on Vine StalksLamb with Yoghurt SauceEat and Enjoyca-pub-5932202259726035
  • Greek Lamb and Artichokes in Avgolemono Sauce

    26 Apr 2015 | 6:46 am
    This is a delicious Greek lamb dish. The artichokes are a delightful accompaniment and the Avgolemono Sauce just tops it off perfectly. We have included endives (antidia in Greek) in the recipe, but if you can't get them it doesn't matter - they add body to the dish, but are optional. Ingredients1kg (approx.) leg of lamb, in 6 portions6 artichokes½ kg endives (optional)6 spring onions chopped2 tbsp. fresh dill chopped2 tbsp. fresh wild fennel chopped1 tbsp. fresh mint chopped2 eggsJuice from 2 lemons200ml olive oilSalt and pepper to tastePreparationHeat the oil in a pan and then add the…
  • Greek Easter Magiritsa

    11 Apr 2015 | 3:33 am
       Magiritsa is a traditional dish associated with the Greek Easter. It is eaten to break the Fast before Easter and is prepared on Holy Saturday and eaten directly after the midnight service. There are variations in the recipes used, but this recipe (which is not a soup) is a simple, traditional way of preparing it - called Tsilihourdi - from a village in northern Corfu.For recipe, click here.  Vegetarian MagiritsaThis is an easy recipe for a vegetarian alternative to Magiritsa. It's basically an alternative soup for those who are vegetarian or who do not like magiritsa. It's…
  • 4 Greek Spoon Sweets

    3 Mar 2015 | 2:11 am
    It's common practice in Greece if you visit someone during the day or early evening, to be offered a spoon sweet, or 'gliko koutaliou'. This is a sweet made from fruit and kept in a jar, to be served on a sweet dish (preferably glass) whenever someone comes.These are 4 recipes for you to try.Apple Spoon SweetGrape Spoon Sweet Orange Spoon SweetQuince Spoon SweetEat and Enjoy!ca-pub-5932202259726035
  • Greek Recipe Index

    1 Mar 2015 | 12:59 am
    Just a reminder that you can take a look at our Recipe Index to see at a glance all the Greek recipes on our blog (over 150) and go directly to your choice. Just click here or click the tab at the top of the page.Enjoy!ca-pub-5932202259726035
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    Pots and Frills

  • Tomato Pancakes with Herbs and Goat Yogurt

    Pots and Frills
    24 May 2015 | 4:23 pm
    I was raised in the culinary tradition where pancakes were always served sweet. In my quest to get to know other cuisines I have discovered that very often they are savory and can be made almost from any vegetable. My latest discoveries were pancakes made from corn and today's recipe--tomato pancakes. In a book about Greek cuisine I found out that fresh tomato pancakes are served in Santorini. I could only imagine how wonderful they can taste made from sweet ripe tomatoes and served on a hot evening with a glass of wine. The original Greek recipe is very simple and plain, easy to make. It…
  • Jerusalem Artichokes Soup

    Pots and Frills
    18 May 2015 | 5:20 pm
    Just before the season for Jerusalem artichokes (aka Sunchokes) ends, here is a recipe for a soup made from those artichokes. There is probably no simpler, practically, two-ingredient, and at the same time more intriguing soup. Because it is so easy I served it many times to my friends and each time I was asked for the recipe. The recipe is similar to some Italian recipes for the chestnut soup, where chestnuts are cooked with cream or milk, and turned into a purée. And that is what this sunchokes soups is too. Artichokes are cooked in milk, puréed, decorated, and the soup is ready. The…
  • Steak and Mint Thai Salad

    Pots and Frills
    7 May 2015 | 5:43 pm
    During the grilling season which has just started, I often have some day-after steak leftovers. They are perfectly fine but often not plenty enough for the whole dinner. Just recently, I got an idea on how to use them. They can be turned into a wonderful salad which can be served on the next day for lunch. This is the salad that my Thai friend shared with me one of those days when she was teaching me Thai cuisine. At that time we grilled steaks for that purpose, which of course would taste even better but those leftovers can be great too. Spring is a season when herbs start to pop up in the…
  • Dandelion Salad with Caramelized Onion

    Pots and Frills
    1 May 2015 | 7:08 pm
    Dandelions were one of the most annoying weeds that grew in my backyard in Poland. As a child I enjoyed playing with them when they were blooming, but did not know then that they could be eaten. Later, while living in Geneva and shopping in French food markets, I often saw bunches of dandelions especially in early spring displayed in the fresh vegetables section. French recipes for dandelions were all kind of salads in which dandelion was served raw. Although I love all greens, dandelion seemed too hard and too bitter to enjoy it raw. I knew however that dandelion was extremely nutritious,…
  • Lemon Rice--Easy Dish from Italy

    Pots and Frills
    25 Apr 2015 | 3:29 pm
    A couple of months ago in my local public library I bought for one dollar a second-hand book about Italian cuisine. It was published in 1968. I got it, out of curiosity, hoping for an original recipe. I liked this book very much. It gives a overview of the Italian cuisine by regions. The recipes are very traditional and typical of the areas they come from. I also love the old pictures of people, places, and dishes that bring back the atmosphere of Italy in the 1960s. Browsing through the book I found a recipe for lemon rice that looked interesting and I made it already on the following day.
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  • Cheftalk |Unlock the destination with Chef Tanveer, Exc Chef, Le Meridien Gurgaon

    Deeba @ PAB
    28 May 2015 | 5:12 am
    We joined Exec Chef Tanveer Kwatra on a typical day as he took us on a culinary journey unlocking CR Park, microgreens, exotic seldom used local produce like phalsa berries and mango ginger ... and then he went on to create magic with the food we bought! The post Cheftalk |Unlock the destination with Chef Tanveer, Exc Chef, Le Meridien Gurgaon appeared first on Passionate About Baking.
  • Food Styling | Lights, Camera, Props … letting the food talk #foodstyling #workshop #foodphotography

    Deeba @ PAB
    23 May 2015 | 11:57 pm
    The more you play with the camera and light, the more addicted you get to it. This is the language of food, how a food picture talks to the viewer. Come join us for a food styling workshop where I share what I enjoy, how I shoot, how I play with light and angles. Also the use of props, or shooting with minimal props, keeping the star {food} in focus, backgrounds, tips I've learnt along the way. We also have a mentor to touch on the basic principles of photography, the holy triangle! The post Food Styling | Lights, Camera, Props … letting the food talk #foodstyling #workshop…
  • Cooking | Kadhi {Indian vegetarian yogurt curry} … #CreateFearlessly with Hamilton Beach Multiblender

    Deeba @ PAB
    15 May 2015 | 9:03 pm
    A quintessential Indian vegetarian yogurt based curry, which can be found adapted to regional taste. This is my version and it is fragrant, addictive and finger licking good. The Hamilton Beach Multiblender makes it the quickest curry I have made in ages! Serve this gluten free dish with boiled rice or even parathas. The post Cooking | Kadhi {Indian vegetarian yogurt curry} … #CreateFearlessly with Hamilton Beach Multiblender appeared first on Passionate About Baking.
  • Blogevent | DMBLGiT April 2015 … the winners #foodphotography #foodstyling

    Deeba @ PAB
    7 May 2015 | 8:08 am
    Food photography and food styling are best friends forever. One cannot excel without the other, and it's an endless learning experience. The net is never ceases to amaze, showcasing the vast talent that lies before us. Food blogs are an important contributors too, some who have inspired me endlessly for so many years. Does my blog look good in this {DMBLGiT} The post Blogevent | DMBLGiT April 2015 … the winners #foodphotography #foodstyling appeared first on Passionate About Baking.
  • Product Review | Smoothies & Coolers … summer is here. #CreateFearlessly with the Hamilton Beach Multiblender

    Deeba @ PAB
    4 May 2015 | 1:25 am
    The first words that grabbed my attention as I received the Hamilton Beach box were 'Good Thinking'...and that spiked my curiosity. I have to say I am not disappointed. If you are looking for a blender that stands tall, is efficient, light and means business, then look no further. The Hamilton Beach Multiblender seems kid friendly too. The post Product Review | Smoothies & Coolers … summer is here. #CreateFearlessly with the Hamilton Beach Multiblender appeared first on Passionate About Baking.
 
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  • Injera

    chefbrad
    26 May 2015 | 2:53 pm
    (Ethiopian, Eritrean sourdough crepe) Image by Rod Waddington 5 Average: 5 (1 vote) Injera is the iconic sourdough crepe served with Ethiopian and Eritrean meals. Diners use their right... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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    (Swedish meatballs with cream sauce) Image by Miss Eskimo La La 5 Average: 5 (1 vote) Swedish meatballs are among the more famous of Swedish dishes, familiar to the world as appetizers on... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Toshikoshi Soba

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    30 Dec 2014 | 8:17 am
    (Japanese New Year soba noodles) Image by Christian Kadluba 3 Average: 3 (2 votes) It is traditional in Japan to slurp up a bowl of toshikoshi (year-end) soba noodles to accompany the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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  • Baileys Chocolate Cheesecake

    Beth Sachs
    28 May 2015 | 2:48 am
    Baileys recently asked me to develop a recipe using their famous whisky and cream liqueur. With the summer barbecue season nearly here I decided to make an indulgent creamy baked cheesecake to feed a crowd. This can be made a day in advance but leave off the cocoa powder and crushed Flake until just before serving.BAILEYS CHOCOLATE CHEESECAKE RECIPEBy Beth Sachs, 28th May 2015An indulgent baked cheesecake, perfect for summer BBQ's Ingredients: for a 25cm Springform tinFor the base85g Hot melted butter14 Dark Chocolate Digestives, blitzed in a processor to crumbs For the cheesecake filling900g…
  • Wild Garlic, Mushroom and Bacon Sauce

    Beth Sachs
    29 Apr 2015 | 2:05 am
    Wild garlic is in abundance in my garden at the moment. I've already made some batches of wild garlic pestowhich are stashed in the fridge (great for a quick and easy pasta supper) but decided to make a more robust sauce for pasta using the raw leaves. I stirred the sauce through some four cheese tortellini but any type of pasta, fresh or dried would be fine.WILD GARLIC, MUSHROOM AND BACON SAUCEBy Beth Sachs, April 29th 2015A creamy garlicky sauce, perfect stirred through pasta  Ingredients 4 Rashers Smoked Bacon, chopped150g Chestnut Mushrooms, slicedHandful of Wild Garlic,…
  • Meal Plan 27th April - 3rd May 2015

    Beth Sachs
    26 Apr 2015 | 7:31 am
    Heidi is nearly 4 weeks old and we are slowly getting into a routine. Meals up to now have either been batch cooked from the freezer or quick simple dishes like pasta. I'm still going to keep things easy this week but really want to experiment with making a pasta sauce using some of the wild garlic in the garden - as long as she sleeps long enough! Fridays is tennis night for the older two so we've started making use of our panini press and having ham and smoked cheese panini's with lots of salad, coleslaw, crisps and dips - a really easy Friday night feast.I've been making batch after batch…
  • Heidi Morwenna 2.4.2015

    Beth Sachs
    23 Apr 2015 | 5:02 am
    This is the reason why the blog has been so quiet over the last 9 months! Heidi Morwenna arrived on the 2nd April 2015 weighing 7lb 3.5oz. Back soon with some recipes and meal plans.
  • Meal Plan 19th January - 25th January 2015

    Beth Sachs
    19 Jan 2015 | 5:08 am
    It's about time I got back to posting my meal plans. With 11 weeks until baby #3 is due I'm conscious I need to get organised. As well as starting to make meals for the freezer I've also started a major decluttering of the house using the KonMarie method. If you haven't heard about it have a google. It is AMAZING, if a little bonkers in places. In other news I'm due to start Maternity Leave in 6 weeks so have been reigning in the finances in preparation. I've managed to get our weekly food shop down to between £40-£45 which I'm pretty happy about. Obviously this will go up when baby arrives…
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  • Healthy Baked Bowtie Pasta With Roasted Tomatoes And Chicken

    Better Recipes Staff
    22 May 2015 | 6:41 am
    This healthy baked ziti with roasted tomatoes is fantastic, and makes a great summer pasta to serve to your guests. Plus, you can add whatever fresh herbs you’d like to the mix and enjoy. Top with a sprinkling of freshly grated Parmesan for even more flavor. This can be a great side dish to enjoy with some easy barbecued foods, but is also wonderful as a lighter main course. Keep reading for the recipe…  This  recipe is great for kids, as they’ll love the pops of flavor that the tomatoes bring to the table. The freshness from the herbs is a great compliment to the other…
  • Absolutely Perfect Pan-Roasted Lemon Marinated Chicken

    Better Recipes Staff
    21 May 2015 | 6:36 am
    We just love a great citrus-flavored chicken recipe, and this pan-roasted lemon chicken is just fantastic. With bright and zesty flavors, it’s the perfect main course for you to serve at your outdoor garden parties.  Serve this recipe with some grilled zucchini and onions and a rice pilaf on the side, and you’ll just love it! Plus, the leftovers of this easy chicken recipe make perfect sandwiches. Just top with some hot peppers. Keep reading for the recipe…  This recipe is fantastic, because you can prepare this recipe any way you’d like. Once marinated, you can…
  • Smooth And Creamy Simple One Pot Broccoli And Shrimp Risotto

    Better Recipes Staff
    20 May 2015 | 7:09 am
    We just love risotto, and we also love one pot recipes for Spring and Summer. Why spend all day slaving over pots and pans only to have to wash everything after finishing your meal? This smooth and creamy simple one pot risotto adds some broccoli and shrimp into the mix, which makes for a great combination and features the fresh flavors of the season. We recommend serving this recipe with some crusty homemade garlic bread and a sprinkling of fresh herbs. Keep reading for the recipe…  This recipe makes for a great lunch, and can actually be made in advance and warmed up when…
  • Sensational Sliced Eggplant Salad For Spring And Summer

    Better Recipes Staff
    19 May 2015 | 12:22 pm
    Easy side dishes have a reputation for being boring and flavorless. However, we’ve come up with a recipe that’s absolutely delicious, and perfect for all your entertaining during the warmer months! Serve this sliced eggplant salad alongside some freshly barbecued chicken, pork tenderloin, or heaping slab of ribs. It’s just so much fun to look at, and it’s even more enjoyable to eat! Plus, you can make this with whatever seasonal squash you happen to have on hand. Keep reading for the recipe…  This eggplant salad is just so delicious, and actually keeps  well in…
  • Absolutely Fantastic Bean Barley Soup With Vegetables

    Better Recipes Staff
    18 May 2015 | 7:29 am
    Bean barley soup is a classic, and this easy recipe is a perfect way to show off all the tasty vegetables that are in season. This makes a great recipe to bring to potlucks in the Spring, and pairs wonderfully with whatever easy chicken dish you might be preparing. This soup is just chock full of health benefits and is a wonderful vegetarian alternative to chicken soup for when you’re sick, and can even be served in a bread bowl! Keep reading for the recipe…  Feel free to add in whatever veggies you happen to have on hand. We just love this recipe with the addition of some…
 
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  • Baked Croatian Cottage Cheese Štruklji {Recipe}

    Dee, Cooks&Books&Recipes
    14 May 2015 | 9:11 am
    Baked Croatian Cottage Cheese Štruklji recipe from Ally’s Kitchen: A Passport for Adventurous Palates Baked Croatian Cottage Cheese Štruklji Author Alice (“Ally”) Phillips: When my Croatian grandparents were teenagers, they came to America looking for a better life beyond their peasant villages and difficult times in the small town of Dišnik, a couple of hours from Zagreb. Recently I visited my grandma and grandpa’s homeland and their small hometown. What a God wink it was to find relatives still living there nearly 100 years after my grandparents came to America! A…
  • Ally’s Kitchen: A Passport for Adventurous Palates {Cookbook}

    Dee, Cooks&Books&Recipes
    12 May 2015 | 11:08 am
    Ally's Kitchen: A Passport for Adventurous Palates by Alice Phillips Publisher: Cedar Fort Publishing Publication Date: May 2015 Buy on Amazon Featured Recipe: Baked Croatian Cottage Cheese Štruklji Wander the world without leaving your kitchen! Popular blogger, chef, and TV darling Ally Phillips shares her favorite recipes from around the globe in this truly unique cookbook. Full of cultural background, delicious recipes, and Ally Phillips’s signature ‘food branching’ ideas, this cookbook is guaranteed to turn your ordinary meals into memorable masterpieces.
  • Pimento Shrimp and Cheddar Grits {Recipe}

    Dee, Cooks&Books&Recipes
    5 May 2015 | 10:00 am
    Pimento Shrimp and Cheddar Grits recipe from Pimento Cheese The Cookbook by Perre Coleman Magness Pimento Shrimp and Cheddar Grits. Photo credit: Jennifer Davick   Author Perre Coleman Magness (The Runaway Spoon) on Pimento Shrimp and Cheddar Grits: The classic “Shrimp and Grits” originated in the South Carolina low country, but the concept has spread throughout the South, with as many variations as there are cooks who make it. Buy on Amazon Pimento Shrimp and Cheddar Grits Featured Recipe From: Pimento Cheese The Cookbook: 50 Recipes from Snacks to Main Dishes Inspired by the…
  • Pimento Cheese The Cookbook: 50 Recipes from Snacks to Main Dishes Inspired by the Classic Southern Favorite

    Dee, Cooks&Books&Recipes
    1 May 2015 | 8:17 am
    Pimento Cheese The Cookbook: 50 Recipes from Snacks to Main Dishes Inspired by the Classic Southern Favorite by Perre Coleman Magness Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin Publication Date: September 2014 Buy on Amazon Featured Recipe: Pimento Shrimp and Cheddar Grits Finalist for a 2015 Southern Independent Booksellers Association (SIBA) Book Award: No party, picnic, or tailgate is complete without the Southern favorite that is taking the north by storm–pimento cheese. Now, the creator of popular blog The Runaway Spoon has written the definitive work on the joys of making and cooking with…
  • Venison Tenderloin with Blackberry Brandy Beurre Blanc {Recipe}

    Dee, Cooks&Books&Recipes
    17 Apr 2015 | 9:41 pm
    Venison Tenderloin with Blackberry Brandy Beurre Blanc recipe from BBQ Bistro: Simple, Sophisticated French Recipes for Your Grill by Karen Adler and Judith Fertig Venison Tenderloin with Blackberry Brandy Beurre Blanc. Photo credit: Steve Legato Authors Karen Adler and Judith Fertig (“The BBQ Queens”) on Venison Tenderloin: Venison tenderloin, chops, and steaks are coveted cuts from deer and elk. If you don’t have time to make the sauce, simply grill them with the olive oil, salt, and pepper. But once you taste the sauce you’ll find time to make it. This sauce is wonderful…
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  • Dave Opens Jimmies

    brent
    28 May 2015 | 9:05 pm
    new BBQ place opens2 dan>> dave… as in áfamous dave… is back at it… serving up… delicious barbque… to the people of wisconsin. dave opened up… jimmie’s old southern… bbq smokehouse… in hayward… this april… and has been smoking… up a storm… ever since. he says… losing his original… famous dave’s… bbq joint… to a fire last november… was devastating… but is happy… to be back… serving… his bbq-loving fans. Dave Anderson america’s rib king>> 45:44 –…
  • RibFest Back In Sioux Falls

    brent
    28 May 2015 | 5:05 pm
    18th Annual RibFest kicks off in Sioux falls, with flavors from Jamaica, Australia, Memphis and more.screen. the 18th annual rib fest kicks off this evening at the w-h lyon fairgrounds. from jamaican to memphis style-barbecue… rib vendors from across the country are there to show off their recipes. kdlt’s anndrea anderson joins us live from ribfest. what’s going on out there anndrea?? ribfest is returning to the w.h. lyon fairgrounds in sioux falls, thanks to a successful transition to its new home last year which saw record- breaking attendance. the 18th annual ribfest…
  • Kushi Yama’s Chef Chen Joins Us In The Kitchen

    brent
    28 May 2015 | 5:05 pm
    Kushi Yama’s Chef Chen Joins us in the Kitchenwe’ve got that right after this. >> ladies and gentlemen, i’ll fell you what is cooking. chef richard chen, what did you get me into today? i walk into the kitchen and to he tells me to glove up. what are we doing? >> kubuki has been here for the last five years. he always love to make the sushi. >> he makes me so happen pimp it’s such good sushi. >> so he will show you how to… oh, sorry. in the middle. >> tell me what we’re doing. >> you want to show andy how to make the tuna sushi. so you’re going to get…
  • Congdon Park School Holding Plant Sale Friday

    brent
    28 May 2015 | 5:05 pm
    Congdon Park Elementary school students will be selling the edible and perennial plants they’ve been growing this season.secrets. congdon park… elementary school students… will be selling… the edible… and perenial plants… they’ve been growing… this season. from 2-15… to six p-m… you can pick up… potatoes… chillies… and basil… just to name… a few. all proceeds… will go toward… helping congdon’s… school and community… garden program. there will also be… growing…
  • Valley Delicious Beets

    brent
    28 May 2015 | 3:05 pm
    Valley Delicious Beetsback. >> here some interesting facts about beets. it usually takes 55-65 days until you can harvest beets. but they can be harvested earlier if you want to use the greens. we learned more about harvesting beets when we visits rancho de rodney’s farm. >> here to tell us all about beets is rodney from rancho de rodney. what do you got there? >> this is a golden beet. we’ve been growing this one every year for three years. one of the different varieties that we grow. >> and beets are just so delicious. often, you find them in salads, right? >> you’ll find…
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  • Baked Kalounji

    Felix
    24 May 2015 | 6:13 pm
    Kalounji has come from humble beginnings; from being fried over many wood fired chulhas to gracing many tables with its spicy bitter presence. Today I'm taking it to new heights - let's serve it as an appetizer instead of a side dish. Generally, caraili is eaten with a meal, hardly as an appetizer.  But if...Read More »
  • Plantain Pie

    Felix
    17 May 2015 | 10:54 am
    A wonderfully satisfying meal does not come in a can of processed food; it comes from fresh living food.  Many of us would agree that many of our Caribbean  staples, such as plantain, sweet potato, dasheen, etc. can be quite satisfying.  I love plantain, but it was my friend's idea to make a plantain pie....Read More »
  • Cassava Bread

    Felix
    2 May 2015 | 12:13 pm
    Cassava, manioc, (manihot escuelenta or jatropha manihot) has been a staple crop for many years in the Caribbean, especially among the Amerindians. It is still considered a staple crop, much like potato. Therefore, many cassava dishes are similar to potato dishes,  provided that the cassava is cooked or prepared properly to remove the toxic compound,...Read More »
  • Eggplant Parmesan Trinistyle

    Felix
    30 Apr 2015 | 10:50 pm
    Great ideas for meals can come from simple people. My friend and neighbour Sharina made an amazing meal with eggplant. Always around to partake when we're cooking and developing recipes, she felt that she had to cook something for us. And being a vegetarian she brought something from her kitchen that her husband and children...Read More »
  • 10 Nutritiously Delicious Quick Meals

    Felix
    28 Apr 2015 | 1:43 am
    Let's face it. Not every one likes to cook or stay hours in the kitchen cooking; and many with good reasons as well. But some recipes do take a lot of time to do. Also, people with demanding jobs struggle to get the time to prepare their own meals.  Therefore, simple meals are more suited...Read More »
 
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  • Sweet Chestnut Mousse

    Creamright
    28 May 2015 | 6:01 pm
    Ingredients 1.25 cups heavy cream .75 cups sweet chestnut cream 2 tbsp. amaretto syrup Preparation Mix heavy cream, sweet chestnut cream and Amaretto syrup. Pass the mixture through the iSi funnel & sieve into the 1 uS Pint Cream Whipper, screw on 1 N20 cream charger and shake vigorously. Refrigerate for 1-2 hours.
  • Peppermint Schnapps Whipped Cream

    Creamright
    26 May 2015 | 5:45 pm
    Ingredients 1 cup heavy cream 1/3 cup powdered sugar 2 tsp of peppermint schnapps Preparation Combine all the above ingredients in the cream whipper, charge with one N20 Cream charger and serve.
  • Chilled Banana Mousse

    Creamright
    21 May 2015 | 12:35 pm
    Ingredients 4 oz strained baby food bananas 1/4 cup skim milk 1/4 cup low fat vanilla frozen yogurt, softened 1/4 tsp cream of tartar 1/16 tsp (pinch) nutmeg Preperation Combine all ingredients in the whipped cream dispenser. Shake vigorously 45 seconds. Dispense immediately into long fluted mousse glasses. Strained fruit’s like peaches, pears, apricots or applesauce may replace bananas.
  • Avocado Espuma

    Creamright
    20 May 2015 | 12:36 pm
    Ingredients 250 g. / 8.7 oz. ripe avocados 200 g. / 7.1 oz. whole milk organic yogurt 50 ml. / 1.7 oz. lemon juice 1/2 tsp. salt 2 sheets gelatin 1/2 bunch each fresh cilantro and chervil White pepper Salt Sugar Preperation Place yogurt, cilantro and chervil in a blender; add a little bit of lemon juice and salt and finely purée all the ingredients. Cut the ripe avocados in half and remove the pits. Spoon out the flesh and purée the avocado together with the other ingredients. Season the mixture with white pepper, salt and sugar and strain it through a fine sieve. Put the gelatin sheets…
  • Mocha Foam

    Creamright
    19 May 2015 | 3:34 pm
    Ingredients: 1.25 cups vanilla yogurt .5 cups heavy cream .75 tbsp instant espresso 3.25 tbsp powdered sugar Preparation: Stir all ingredients together until the powdered sugar and espresso powder are completely dissolved. Put into a (0.5 L) 1 US Pint Whipper, screw on 1 N20 cream charger and shake vigorously. Refrigerate for 1-2 hours.
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  • Throw a Backyard Memorial Day Bash with these 12 Simple Recipes (and tips!)

    Brandon Matzek
    19 May 2015 | 4:28 pm
    Memorial Day is right around the corner, and it’s about that time to dust off your grill, gather friends and family, and throw a big, backyard bash.  I’ve put together a short list of simple recipes to help you get the party started.  But first, let’s talk party tips: Don’t make your whole menu from scratch.  Pair one or two (or three) of the recipes below with store-bought items to keep your event stress-free.  Just make sure everything is good-quality. If friends or family ask to bring something, tell them alcohol or ice.  I always forget to buy extra ice.
  • Hard-Boiled Egg Toast with Chermoula

    Brandon Matzek
    13 May 2015 | 12:09 pm
    Chermoula.  Sounds crazy, but it’s super tasty.  Let me explain. Chermoula is a North African sauce made with herbs, spices, lemon, garlic and olive oil, similar to a chimichurri or an Italian salsa verde.  It’s bright.  It’s fresh.  And it’s just packed with flavor.  For the past few years, North African condiments and spice blends have really been coming to the forefront in home kitchens (harissa, za’atar, preserved lemon), providing big hits of flavor with minimal effort.  I think Chermoula might take the spotlight next. Here, I’ve paired this…
  • Kimchi Grilled Cheese Recipe

    Brandon Matzek
    23 Apr 2015 | 12:54 pm
    Did you know April is National Grilled Cheese Month?  I recently realized this, so I dedicated several delicious weeks this month to perfecting one of my favorite grilled cheese sandwiches, the Kimchi Grilled Cheese. Several months ago, I discovered the amazing pairing of kimchi and cheddar one evening after work.  I often come home starving after a long day of work, and I like to eat a little snack before diving into dinner preparation.  These snacks consist of leftover bread with olive oil, bits of cheese , slices of cured meat and/or any of the various fermented or pickled things…
  • Roasted Poblano Queso Fundido

    Brandon Matzek
    22 Apr 2015 | 1:40 pm
    Queso Fundido, Spanish for “Melted Cheese”, is truly a thing of beauty. In it’s most basic form, Queso Fundido is just melted stringy cheese flavored with onion and garlic, and it’s often paired with roasted poblano peppers, spicy chorizo or sautéed mushrooms.  Here, I’ve taken the classic poblano pairing to the next level.  Three fat peppers get nice and charred under the broiler, and one gets chopped and mixed into the Queso Fundido while the other two transform into a vibrant green purée flavored with garlic and lime.  The contrast of the warm, rich…
  • Raw Carrot and Beet Salad with Feta, Mint and Harissa

    Brandon Matzek
    17 Apr 2015 | 7:07 am
    Good morning and Happy Friday! Today, I’m sharing a vibrant raw salad made with purple carrots and beets.  These nutrient-packed vegetables are grated, and then tossed with fresh herbs and a bold citrus-harissa vinaigrette.  After a brief rest in the fridge, the salad is finished with crumbles of salty feta cheese. Carrots and beets have been showing up regularly in my weekly Specialty Produce Farmers Market Box, so I’ve been trying out all sorts of cooking preparations to use them up.  This method of soaking grated veg in a spicy, acidic dressing is common in Moroccan cuisine.
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    Within the Kitchen

  • Old Fashioned Banana Bread

    17 May 2015 | 7:20 pm
    There are lots of fancy modern banana breads out there. I'm sure they are all delicious but sometimes you just want something that reminds you of an afternoon spent in the kitchen with your Mom or Grandma or maybe those special care packages your family would send you when you went off to college. I'm guessing they weren't the fancy banana breads but just plain, basic stuff with the occasional chocolate chip thrown in. If you are yearning for a slice of THAT banana bread, try this. It's delicious, simple and will take you back to the excitement of opening those care packages or your Grandma's…
  • Dragon Fruit Sorbet

    1 Apr 2015 | 10:00 am
    Ingredients2 ripe dragon fruit2 tbsp sugar1/2 lemon, juicedInstructionsScoop out inside of dragon fruit into blender.Add other ingredients.Puree until liquid.Pour into loaf pan and place in freezer.Stir every hour or so until frozen. Takes about 4 hours.Serve.
  • Easy No Bake Cheesecake Cups

    24 Mar 2015 | 8:38 am
    Shaved chocolate and a cool martini glass finishes off this easy dessert!As much as I love creating desserts from scratch, there are times when I don't have time to make a complicated dessert...you know, when you are making a big dinner for family or perhaps making so many other dishes you don't have oven space for a dessert. And of course, sometimes you just want a sweet bite of something that doesn't take much time!Layers!This dessert is perfect anytime you don't have the desire to bake or the time! It may not be "gourmet" but it's delicious! Kids love helping create with this dessert so…
  • Chocolate Banana Muffins with Avocado

    17 Feb 2015 | 9:05 am
    This is a simple way to make use of overripe bananas and avocados. Feel free to add chocolate chips (1/2-1 cup) for even more chocolate flavor. If chocolate isn't your thing, you can also omit the cocoa and add an additional 1/4 cup of flour (I'd also add 1 tsp cinnamon).Ingredients3/4 c overripe banana (2 medium)1/4 c very ripe avocado (1/2 small)2 eggs2/3 cup brown sugar1/4 c vegetable oil1 tsp vanilla1/2 tsp salt3-1/2 tsp baking powder1 - 3/4 c flour1/4 c cocoa12 banana chips (optional)InstructionsSpray 12 muffins tins with nonstick spray.Preheat oven to 400 degrees (if using nonstick or…
  • Broccoli Farro Salad

    2 Feb 2015 | 10:54 am
    This salad is easy to make. I make it for dinner and take lefts overs for lunch. I've only recently started adding farro to our shopping list but I love it! It makes the dish more substantial and adding whole grains is always a plus to any meal. There are many different kinds of farro and some are quicker to cook than others. I use Trader Joe's 10 minute farro but what ever you use just follow the package's directions. You can even make it ahead or make more than you will use so you have left overs!If you can't find farro, you can substitute something else - rice, barley, bulgar wheat, quinoa…
 
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    Good Food Life

  • How to Keep Your Vegetable Garden Free of Root Maggots

    goodfoodlife
    28 May 2015 | 11:46 am
    One of the best crops a first time gardener can grow is radishes. They come up fast, mature quickly and they’re darn tasty too. The first time I successfully grew them on my own I was amazed at how well they did. The pride I felt when I plucked a little scarlet orb from the warm dark earth was something akin to accomplishing a massive feat. I. Had. Done. It. I planted seeds and produced my own food. I hustled over to the hose to wash off the soil and have a snack, I turned my perfect radish over only to discover the massacre that was the other side. It was pockmarked, eaten and wormy, root…
  • Peppery Parmesan Kale Chips

    adamharkness
    26 May 2015 | 3:58 pm
    Potato chips come in all sorts of crazy flavors now (sriracha, cheesy garlic bread, chicken & waffles… yes, these are real), and while they’re pretty delicious, they’re usually not very good for you. Enter kale chips. With a satisfying crunch and peppery kick, these kale chips are rich in calcium and will make snack time feel a little less guilty. PrintPeppery Parmesan Kale Chips Ingredients2 bunches of organic Lacinato kale 2 tsp olive oil (more if needed) 2 tsp freshly ground pepper 3 garlic cloves minced Sea salt 1/4 cup grated parmesan cheeseInstructionsPreheat oven…
  • Behind the Food: Casa Rosa Farms

    adamharkness
    21 May 2015 | 2:12 pm
    Full Circle works with the best farmers, ranchers and artisan producers in the industry to source only top-quality organic produce and other all-natural foods for our members. This week, we’re taking a deeper look at a Capay Valley, California-based family farm that produces pastured meats and certified organic olive oil. Casa Rosa Farms Casa Rosa Farms was started in 2009 by Rachel Kasa and Anthony da Rosa. Anthony grew up in the dairy and hay business while Rachel grew up in 4-H, riding horses and helping out on cattle ranches in the Santa Ynez Valley. Anthony’s grandparents emigrated…
  • French Ratatouille Recipe

    adamharkness
    19 May 2015 | 3:18 pm
    If you’re like me and saw Disney/Pixar’s tale of the rat-turned-chef, you probably wondered about the dish that (spoiler alert!) humbles the crabby food critic at the end. Well, with zucchini, eggplant, Vidalia onions and beefsteak tomatoes arriving in my Full Circle delivery this week, I took it as a sign to attempt this classic French ratatouille. The recipe itself is fairly straightforward, although I would recommend using a mandoline if you’d like to skip all the fine slicing. Merde! PrintFrench Ratatouille Ingredients1/2 organic Vidalia onion, finely chopped 2 garlic…
  • Lean + Mean + Green Pasta Salad

    Guest Blogger
    14 May 2015 | 1:12 pm
    I always look forward to spring: warmer weather, beautiful blooms, gardening adventures, gorgeous green veggies and outdoor dining. Whether I’m going to a potluck, cooking for friends and family, or packing up the ol’ picnic basket, I am known to make a pasta salad (or two) to share. Pasta salads are my go-to because they are delicious and easy to assemble, they feature a bounty of seasonal produce, and they travel so darn well. I always make my pasta salads vegan and mayo-free so they hold up nicely and everyone can enjoy them. Going to the farmers’ market in spring reminds…
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    Eat In Eat Out

  • Double Chocolate Zucchini Loaf

    Lori
    27 May 2015 | 9:10 am
    Can you make a good thing even better? Here’s a new twist on a popular favourite. My recipe for Zucchini Bread with Chocolate Chips is a personal favourite and one of the most popular recipes on The Blog. It’s moist, fool-proof, and so delicious every time. Perfect alone, or paired with fresh fruit in the summertime.... Read More » The post Double Chocolate Zucchini Loaf appeared first on Eat In Eat Out.
  • Chicken, Quinoa and Broccoli Casserole

    Lori
    24 May 2015 | 11:05 am
    Need an easy solution for a busy weeknight supper? How about a make-ahead casserole! The casserole… I know, it’s old-school. But it’s simply delicious. This time of year can be really busy; final exams, soccer tournaments, graduations, prom, the list goes on and on. It’s nice to have a quick, easy and super delicious meal waiting for you when you get... Read More » The post Chicken, Quinoa and Broccoli Casserole appeared first on Eat In Eat Out.
  • Bacon and Mushroom Cheese Pie

    Lori
    20 May 2015 | 4:08 pm
    A crustless pie that’s filled with veggies and cheesy goodness! Brace yourself, this is a good one. Totally LOVE LOVE LOVE it for so many reasons. Let’s start with the story of where this recipe came from, my Mom. Since she passed away at Christmas, I thought a cool tribute would be to look back... Read More » The post Bacon and Mushroom Cheese Pie appeared first on Eat In Eat Out.
  • Fresh and Spicy Shrimp Tacos

    Lori
    17 May 2015 | 10:50 am
    Long weekends in the summer call for something sweet and tangy Happy Holiday Monday! For all my U.S. friends, it’s Victoria Day weekend here in Canada. The celebration of Queen Victoria’s birthday means we have the day off! That’s usually the time to head up to the cottage or chill out on the deck with a... Read More » The post Fresh and Spicy Shrimp Tacos appeared first on Eat In Eat Out.
  • BBQ Beef Ribs with Spicy Pineapple Rum Glaze

    Lori
    13 May 2015 | 12:44 pm
    Get your grill on! Holiday weekends call for some Big BBQ Beef Ribs! The first holiday weekend of the summer is finally here! You’re heading up to the cottage or sweeping the patio to get ready to grill at home, right? Thinking about having the family or gang of friends over for your first meal on the... Read More » The post BBQ Beef Ribs with Spicy Pineapple Rum Glaze appeared first on Eat In Eat Out.
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    Nicole's Nutrition--Atlanta Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

  • Now Available: Adrenal Cortisol Testing

    Nicole
    17 May 2015 | 2:28 pm
    How Stressed Are You? Low energy? Fatigue? Belly fat? Sleep issues? Hard to cope with stress? These are common complaints of those who suffer from cortisol imbalances. As a Registered Dietitian, adrenal testing is not fully a nutritional service or treatment. However, it is my goal to empower my patients with the most knowledge to be able to reach their health goals more independently.  I want to help you understand your body clock and stress response. This is one reason why I am now offering adrenal cortisol testing. Why test your cortisol levels? This can help us understand your…
  • Meal Planning for Monday

    Nicole
    19 Apr 2015 | 7:09 am
    I am going to start a new weekly recipe round-up post that will include recipes I find all over the blogosphere. I am always recommending to clients to pick out a few new recipes each week and shop for them. So, I will make it even a little easier and list a few of my favorite recipe ideas each week. These may not be recipes that I have already cooked. They are more of an inspiration, and helpful in prepping and planning for the week ahead! Snacks Honey bananas from Rachel Schultz Cucumber cream cheese bites recipe here (or, simply eat cucumbers with cream cheese!!) Lighter stuffed jalapenos…
  • 3 Ingredient Protein Pancakes!

    Nicole
    29 Mar 2015 | 4:46 pm
    These are the easiest protein pancakes that I have ever made. They do get a little crumbly because they are only 3 ingredients. But, the taste is still great, and they are very filling due to the high protein and fiber content. I will also give you options of other ingredients you can add to enhance the texture and flavor. 3 Ingredient Protein Pancakes Makes 1 serving of 4 medium pancakes 1.5 scoops of a good quality grass-fed whey protein (sweetened with stevia is preferable) about 1/4 cup coconut flour about 2 Tbsp. brown rice flour Other ingredients you could add if you have on hand: 1/2…
  • Healthy Snack Idea: Roasted Chickpeas

    Nicole
    15 Mar 2015 | 7:17 am
    Sometimes get tired of the usual snacks: veggies, hummus, fresh fruits, bars, seeds, and nuts. And that is when I whip up some roasted chickpeas! I had been buying the pre-packacked Good Bean snacks from Target, Whole Foods, or HomeGoods. I love them, but one pack is about $4. You can make them on your own for about $2 (plus the cost of energy to cook them) and you can make double or triple the amount. I will say that The Good Beans snacks come out much dryer and crispier than the ones you make at home (unless you have a good quality dehydrator–you could get closer). Roasted Chickpeas…
  • Loaded Baked Cauliflower

    Nicole
    20 Jan 2015 | 12:03 pm
    Instead of a loaded baked potato, how about loaded baked mashed cauliflower? Sounds like a delicious idea to me. It is grain free, gluten free, soy free. It is not dairy free, although you could use a vegan cheese or skip the dairy altogether and use more garlic and olive oil. This isn’t the prettiest picture, but I was too excited to eat it that I couldn’t wait to fancy up my picture! Haha. I would recommend making either one large casserole of this in a 9×13 pan or using individual ramekin baking dishes to make everyone their own loaded faux-potato side dish. That makes for…
 
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    Eclectic Recipes

  • 5 Ways to Use Up a Gallon of Milk

    Angie McGowan
    28 May 2015 | 6:43 am
    This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of DairyPure Milk for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine. Every week, milk is on my grocery list, and I usually buy a whole gallon, just to make sure we don’t run out. Milk is used in so many of the recipes I make for […]
  • Florida Sweet Corn with Southern Barbecue Butter

    Angie McGowan
    19 May 2015 | 6:29 am
    This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Fresh From Florida for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine. Here in Florida, corn season starts early. Right now every grocery store has a ton of fresh Florida sweet corn that’s ridiculously cheap. In fact, I’ve been serving an ear of corn as a […]
  • Do More with your Dollar with Purina

    Angie McGowan
    19 May 2015 | 6:25 am
    This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Sponsored by Purina for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine. When it comes to weekly shopping, I like to save as much time as possible. I also like to keep my shopping runs as simple and stress free as I can. That’s why I […]
  • Cucumber Cream Cheese and Mint Triscuit Crackers

    Angie McGowan
    18 May 2015 | 8:42 am
    Suggested serving size is two topped crackers per person. It seems like the older I get, the more I appreciate simplicity, especially in the kitchen, This new trend of exploding flavors isn’t quite my thing. Peanut Butter and Jelly Sriracha burgers? Yep, I’m definitely passing, but if you put a simple grilled burger in front […]
  • Lemon Raspberry Cheesecake Bites

    Angie McGowan
    15 May 2015 | 5:56 am
    I’ve had a few cravings since I’ve been pregnant that I’ve been depriving myself of. One of the main cravings is lemon cheesecake. There’s not one cake I adore more than a cheesecake, and when you add tart citrus, it’s just perfection. And I know if I had given into my cheesecake cravings earlier in this […]
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    MyGourmet Connection

  • Easy Chicken Florentine

    Lynne Webb
    28 May 2015 | 11:53 am
    A weeknight-quick version of a classic dish, this easy Chicken Florentine recipe is made with boneless chicken, fresh spinach and a quick, creamy sauce flavored with a hint of sherry. Read more →
  • Pasta with Roasted Vegetables

    Lynne Webb
    26 May 2015 | 1:30 pm
    This deliciously satisfying meatless meal combines a garlic-roasted medley of eggplant, zucchini and red bell pepper with fresh tomatoes, basil and your favorite cut of pasta. Read more →
  • Mini Mascarpone Fruit Tarts

    Lynne Webb
    23 May 2015 | 11:27 am
    Frozen puff pastry shells are filled with a blend of mascarpone cheese and heavy cream - similar to pastry cream with none of the work. Read more →
  • Baby Back Ribs with Whiskey BBQ Sauce

    Lynne Webb
    22 May 2015 | 10:50 am
    Coated with a smoky rub, slow-roasted in the oven, then glazed with a whiskey bbq sauce and grilled to tender perfection, these flavorful baby back ribs are sure to be a grilling season favorite. Read more →
  • Smoky BBQ Rub

    Lynne Webb
    22 May 2015 | 4:06 am
    This all-purpose grilling rub with a sweet-smoky flavor is good on both pork and beef. Read more →
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    Mostly About Chocolate Blog

  • Haagen-Dazs Three New Flavours – Chocolate Salted Caramel, Yuzu Cream and Summer Berries and Cream

    Judith Lewis
    24 May 2015 | 12:55 pm
    With Haagen-Dazs you always know you are getting high quality. Whether it is the fact they use only real milk and quality ingredients or the fact they don’t aerate to create the illusion of more, Haagen-Dazs is the choice everyone … Continue reading → The post Haagen-Dazs Three New Flavours – Chocolate Salted Caramel, Yuzu Cream and Summer Berries and Cream appeared first on Mostly About Chocolate Blog.
  • The Peninsula Hong Kong’s Maître Chocolatier Is Named “Best Belgian Chocolate Master” at the World Chocolate Masters Competition

    Judith Lewis
    21 May 2015 | 1:47 pm
    Judges at the Belgian heat of the World Chocolate Masters competition recently officially confirmed what guests of The Peninsula Hong Kong already knew: that the hotel’s Maître Chocolatier Marijn Coertjens is the world’s “Best Belgian Chocolate Master”. One of only … Continue reading → The post The Peninsula Hong Kong’s Maître Chocolatier Is Named “Best Belgian Chocolate Master” at the World Chocolate Masters Competition appeared first on Mostly About Chocolate Blog.
  • Elderflower Crunch Drizzle Loaf Cake Recipe

    Judith Lewis
    15 May 2015 | 12:06 am
    Husband is not as much of a chocolate fan as I am so I try and bake things free of chocolate every once in awhile 😀 This is a recipe I found and it took me 4 tries to get … Continue reading → The post Elderflower Crunch Drizzle Loaf Cake Recipe appeared first on Mostly About Chocolate Blog.
  • Godiva Launches Ice Cream, Weather Turns Warm

    Judith Lewis
    14 May 2015 | 12:38 am
    Coincidence? I think not. Godiva is bringing back its Soft Ice Cream just in time for summer. However in a stroke of exclusivity, it’s only us Londoners wot get it. And I also went to the launch evening for this … Continue reading → The post Godiva Launches Ice Cream, Weather Turns Warm appeared first on Mostly About Chocolate Blog.
  • Selfridges Leading the Foodie Trend Charge with the Cruffin

    Judith Lewis
    12 May 2015 | 1:08 am
    Made by Foxcroft & Ginger in their London bakery, the Cruffin is set to top the hybrid pastry trend with this mouth-watering, moreish creation. They are made using a secret sourdough croissant mix, which is carefully hand-folded using the best … Continue reading → The post Selfridges Leading the Foodie Trend Charge with the Cruffin appeared first on Mostly About Chocolate Blog.
 
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    Simple Plate

  • Strawberry Watermelon Chia Seed Smoothie

    Debbie
    27 May 2015 | 11:19 am
    I’ve come to think that smoothies are what makes the world spin. You can have them sweet, you can have them savory and you can have them fresh, green or full of berry goodness. It only depends on what fruits you like (or greens) and what your tastebuds tell you. This Strawberry Watermelon Chia Seed […]
  • Simply Sundays Link Party #14

    Debbie
    24 May 2015 | 6:00 am
    Welcome to Simply Sundays on Simple Plate, link party week number fourteen! Every Sunday, we get so excited to see what you are going to share with us! Each week it’s getting harder and harder to pick out our favorites – there’s always too many! We love seeing new blogs join every week, so keep […]
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    The Picky Eater: A Healthy Food Blog

  • Slow Cooker Smoky White Bean Chili

    Anjali @ The Picky Eater
    27 May 2015 | 9:21 am
    Spring and summer are here, and I’ve moved more towards making lighter dishes, but over Memorial Day I had a craving for chili that I just had to satisfy. Enter: This slow cooker white bean chili. I was inspired by this recipe from CookingLight, and powered by my slow cooker (which I absolutely love for cooking dried beans and lentils) – we ended up with a delicious smoky chili packed with veggies, protein and deep spices. And can I just tell you – the leftovers the next day were even more rich and flavorful. The perfect balance of heat from the ancho chilis, the…
  • Cannellini Bean Gratin

    Anjali @ The Picky Eater
    15 May 2015 | 6:40 pm
    At one of my favorite restaurants in SF, Nopa, they serve the most delicious baked white beans, topped with feta, herbs and breadcrumbs. It comes warm and sizzling in a skillet: crispy from the breadcrumbs, creamy from the beans, and with a little bit of bite from the feta. Since we’re far far away from Nopa now, I was determined to try to recreate their “Wood Baked Giant White Beans” at home. And when I came across this recipe from Vegetarian Times, I knew I had found the inspiration I was looking for! You can make it with dried beans but I chose to do it with canned to…
  • Roasted Tomato and Garlic Soup

    Anjali @ The Picky Eater
    2 May 2015 | 4:23 pm
    Tomatoes are coming in season! I absolutely adore summer tomatoes. They are juicy, ripe, plump and there are so many varieties that are available: heirloom (my fav), roma, beefsteak, plum, cherry, grape – I could go on and on. One of our guilty pleasures is freshly made creamy tomato soup with grilled cheese. I like to healthify it by making my grilled cheese on sprouted wheat bread, using olive oil spray instead of butter, and using a secret ingredient instead of cream for the tomato soup. My lighter tomato soup was inspired by a recipe from CookingLight. I roast the tomatoes and…
  • Got (the healthiest) Milk?

    Anjali @ The Picky Eater
    20 Apr 2015 | 2:00 pm
    There’s so much controversy over dairy these days. One camp claims that milk (and all dairy) is one of the worst foods you can eat and should be avoided at all costs, while others claim that if you’re not lactose intolerant, and you have access to organic, pasture-raised dairy – that there is no harm in drinking milk in moderation. And now there are so many milk alternatives out there it’s hard to keep track: soy, almond, coconut, rice, hemp, oat – who can tell the difference? And how do you know which one is the best / healthiest milk for you? That’s…
  • Indian Spiced Cabbage with Peas (or “Cabbage Sabzi”)

    Anjali @ The Picky Eater
    19 Apr 2015 | 2:37 pm
    I have a confession: I’m not usually a huge fan of cooked cabbage. I love raw cabbage: in salads, coleslaw, etc. – it has a nice crunchy texture and mild flavor. But I’ve often found that cooked cabbage, if it’s not done well, can turn out mushy and tasteless. The only way that I like eating cooked cabbage is through this amazingly simple but incredibly flavorful Indian Spiced Cabbage recipe. Warm spices like cumin seeds, coriander, turmeric add depth to this recipe, cayenne pepper + a serrano chili give it a little kick, and I char the cabbage slightly to give it…
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    Snark & Pepper

  • My Thoughts on Orange Theory Fitness After One Month

    Kerry
    4 May 2015 | 12:58 pm
    I survived my first month of Orange Theory! (I actually just finished up my second month, but it took me a while to get this post published) Here’s a look at how it works and what I find good/bad about it. How Orange Theory Works Each class is led by an instructor who calls out cues throughout the class. There are different stations around the room and the class is split up among these stations. Typically there are between 15 – 25 people in a class. You usually switch stations just once during the class, although I have been to a few unusual classes where we switched more than…
  • My New Fitness and Nutrition Plan

    Kerry
    8 Apr 2015 | 6:08 am
    Sorry about the cliffhanger in my last post. I figured it would be easier to split things up instead of having one giant ramble. I’m turning 32 next month. The abundance of advice I have read about being in your thirties all seem to spew the same nugget of wisdom: get your health under control now, because this is when things start going south. I’ve been extremely fortunate to be in good health my entire life (knocking on some IKEA wood right now), but it’s definitely in the back of my mind that my luck will run out if I don’t take better care of myself. Eating…
  • The Next Phase

    Kerry
    7 Apr 2015 | 8:59 am
    Ready for a bit of a shock? I cancelled my Weight Watchers subscription last night. I have spent the last few weeks contemplating whether or not to continue with Weight Watchers. I have barely tracked since the beginning of the year. I have also only attended a handful of Weight Watchers meetings. I’m paying almost $45/month for something I’m just not using. I haven’t gained weight back but I also haven’t been losing any more. I  felt stuck the last few months, so I’ve decided it’s time to change things up. Hopefully these biceps will be a little more…
  • Week 22: Weigh Watchers Weigh In

    Kerry
    10 Feb 2015 | 6:00 am
    I got some bling this week… For every 25-lb increment you lose on Weight Watchers, you get one of these charms. Yes, I think it’s cheesy, but that didn’t make me any less excited to get it. It had been a while since I’d been to a meeting, so the 3.6 lbs I was down at this weekend was a cumulative loss over several weeks during January. But I finally got past the 25-lb mark, for a total loss of 26.6 lbs on Weight Watchers and 30 lbs total since the beginning of July. In the meeting, I was asked to share some differences losing 25 pounds has made in my life. I…
  • I Would Usually Quit Right Now

    Kerry
    4 Feb 2015 | 5:53 am
    In case you’ve been wondering where I’ve been, I haven’t given up on Weight Watchers or gained back a ton of weight. This month has been a hectic blur between cruising, mourning a loss, flying to NYC for 18 hours to get a new cat (long story), new job stuff (more about that later!), etc. I’ve missed quite a few WW meetings so I haven’t done my usual weekly weigh in updates. My weight is still hovering around where I was during the holidays. I was gone for a week on a cruise at the beginning of January. I was up about 4 lbs after my cruise but I have since taken it off. I ate and…
 
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    Onion Rings & Things

  • Kung Pao Chicken

    Lalaine
    18 May 2015 | 11:30 pm
    Kung Pao chicken is a spicy Chinese stir-fry made with bite-sized chicken, peanuts, vegetables and chili peppers. Although authentic Kung Pao derives its distinctive flavors from the use of Sichuan peppercorns, this classic Szechuan dish has been heavily adapted over the years to accommodate western tastes and availability of ingredients. In my version, I add zucchini, water chestnuts and bell peppers for a delicious medley of flavor and texture. Give it a try tonight, this popular Chinese takeout is easier to make at home than you think. Kung Pao Chicken Print Prep time: 15 mins Cook time:…
  • Egg in a Nest

    Lalaine
    2 Apr 2015 | 1:05 am
    Like the avocado egg cups I posted here some months ago, this egg in a nest was inspired by a pin I discovered on Pinterest. When I followed the link, I was not suprised in the least to find that it was a Pioneer Woman’s recipe on Food Network. She is, afterall, the Queen of Yumminess. Guys, I can’t tell you how awesome these baked eggs are. Easy to make and requiring simple ingredients you probably already have on hand, you can make a huge batch in a jiffy to enjoy for breakfast or any time of the day you need a quick energy boost. Enjoy! Egg in a Nest 5.0 from 1 reviews Print…
  • Beef Fajitas

    Lalaine
    26 Mar 2015 | 11:35 pm
    Fajitas are a popular Tex-Mex cuisine consisting of grilled meats and vegetables presented taco-style with corn or flour tortillas. Pico de gallo, sour cream, guacamole and lime wedges are often served on the side as condiments. The fajita traces its humble beginnings as far back as the late 1930’s in the South Texas ranch lands. It was then a common practice to give tougher cuts of meat to Hispanic ranch workers as partial compensation for their services. These less desirable meats were often marinated in spices and tenderizers, grilled over wood flames and then rolled between warm…
  • Spinach Stuffed Chicken

    Lalaine
    14 Mar 2015 | 2:17 am
    Here I am (finally) with a spankin’ fresh recipe, spinach-stuffed chicken. In this delightful dish, chicken breasts are filled with creamed spinach and rolled in seasoned Panko crumbs. The stuffed chicken parcels are then baked in the oven until moist and gooey in the inside and golden and crisp on the outside. They’re wonderful paired with a green salad for a light lunch or served over pasta for a satisfying dinner meal. Enjoy! Spinach Stuffed Chicken Print Prep time: 15 mins Cook time: 40 mins Total time: 55 mins Yield: 4 Servings Ingredients 4 (4 ounces each) boneless,…
  • Italian Meatballs

    Lalaine
    1 Feb 2015 | 12:20 pm
    Planning your Superbowl shindig? Guys, these Italian meatballs are a must! Plump, juicy, moist, flavorful, they’ll surely be the first to disappear on your buffet table. When I make these meatballs for parties, I usually serve them plain with different kinds of sauces on the side (sweet and sour sauce, marinara and BBQ sauce are favorites) so guests can help themselves to the flavor boosts they prefer. For super tender meatballs, I use equal parts of ground pork and ground beef to achieve a good ratio of fat. I grate my onions instead of chopping which gives the meatballs wonderful…
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    The Development of Taste

  • An open letter to Publix from a life-long loyal customer

    Renia
    13 May 2015 | 2:26 am
    The Development of Taste - Recipes for life, love and dinner too. Dear Publix Executives and Shareholders, Yesterday I watched in horror as one of my favorite companies made me ashamed and angry for my loyalty to its brand. Today I watched the James Beard Award Winning documentary, Food Chains Film, with my 10-year old son and found myself in a terrible position, looking for a way...  Read More » The post An open letter to Publix from a life-long loyal customer appeared first on The Development of Taste. Related posts: 2 Weeks of Stress-Free Food: grocery list and prep work Savor…
  • Happy Mother’s Day Marmee: An Excerpt from Born Hungry

    Renia
    10 May 2015 | 8:46 am
    The Development of Taste - Recipes for life, love and dinner too. The following is an excerpt from my memoir, available May 30th.  Born Hungry is currently available for pre-order on Amazon. Happy Mother’s Day to my Marmee and all the other mothers too.   Pizza Fridays, Part Two “Don’t lie about it. You made a mistake. Just admit it and move on. Just don’t do it again. Ever.”...  Read More » The post Happy Mother’s Day Marmee: An Excerpt from Born Hungry appeared first on The Development of Taste. Related posts: 2 Weeks of Stress-Free Food: 15 minute…
  • Sometimes a writer needs to eat alone

    Renia
    9 Apr 2015 | 4:17 am
    The Development of Taste - Recipes for life, love and dinner too. This short piece was originally meant to be a chapter in my forthcoming memoir: Born Hungry, Stories about sweet love, bitter greens and losing my religion. It didn’t make the final cut for the book, but I enjoyed it and hope you do too. Dining out alone is the toughest thing I force myself to...  Read More » The post Sometimes a writer needs to eat alone appeared first on The Development of Taste. Related posts: I am a writer. On writing a story worth reading Party like an Introvert
  • 9 Ways to Rock Your Meal Plan: Meal Planning 101

    Renia
    29 Dec 2014 | 7:00 am
    The Development of Taste - Recipes for life, love and dinner too. Over the years I have discovered that music and meal planning have an awful lot in common. The same basic rules apply to pulling off weeknight dinners as are necessary to garner good reviews of a show. Most of us will never make-like-Mick Jagger and rock out an arena, but if you follow these nine...  Read More » The post 9 Ways to Rock Your Meal Plan: Meal Planning 101 appeared first on The Development of Taste. Related posts: One Simple Mom’s 2 Weeks of Stress-Free Food: quick recipes for $150 and 4 hours Be A Real…
  • A Chocolate Lover’s Hot Chocolate Recipe and the Best Gift You Can Give Yourself This Year

    Renia
    17 Dec 2014 | 4:14 am
    The Development of Taste - Recipes for life, love and dinner too. This is the sixth installment in our annual Savor the Holidays series. For today’s thoughts, we welcome back Joy B. Rudolph to share here thoughts on self-care and hot chocolate. As part of my faith tradition I celebrate Advent. This means I spend intentional time each day of December anticipating Christmas and what that day means...  Read More » The post A Chocolate Lover’s Hot Chocolate Recipe and the Best Gift You Can Give Yourself This Year appeared first on The Development of Taste. Related posts:…
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    The Culinary Life

  • The Dark Knight Cake (Triple Chocolate Layer Cake)

    Stephanie Stiavetti
    27 May 2015 | 11:00 am
    I love cake, but I have a serious aversion to bad cake. What do I mean by bad cake? Too-sweet cake. Too-dry cake. Boring cake. Uninspired cake. Cake that tastes like it’s made from a cake mix, or cake that has a texture resembling a used sponge from a college cafeteria dish pit. Some people believe that any and all cake is good, just for the sheer fact that it’s cake. I’m not like that. For me, bad cake is the worst form of baking heresy. And there are a lot of bad cakes out there. I’m always tinkering with recipes, trying to make them more interesting. More……
  • Join the Fearless Fresh Ninja Community: Your Key to the Kitchen

    Stephanie Stiavetti
    18 May 2015 | 9:32 am
    We all need help sometimes, no matter how good a cook we are. Things go wonky: Cake pans overflow, vegetables melt into a gray gelatinous puddle, chicken suddenly decides to go rubbery in the frying pan. Even those of us who wrangle food for eight hours a day run into our fair share of problems. Like, just today I put a few potatoes in the oven to bake. One &@$#!% potato refused to cook while all the other potatoes in the oven baked just fine. Either this potato had nine lives or there was something seriously wrong with it. I’m not sure who cursed this demon tuber, but it sat…
  • Learn How to De-Stress Dinner

    Stephanie Stiavetti
    8 May 2015 | 8:15 am
    I get so many questions from home cooks about learning how to prepare quick, healthy meals that taste delicious. Dinnertime stress is a real problem, even for me! But I learned how to eat awesomely every night, even while crazy busy. Do you have a burning question about how I did it? I really want to share everything I discovered. Here are a few examples of the questions I’ve gotten just this week: What can I do to improve my knife skills? How can I make my bland dinners taste better without expensive ingredients? Do I need a cabinet full of spices if I want to be a good home cook? How…
  • Exciting Changes – They’re Coming Your Way!

    Stephanie Stiavetti
    5 May 2015 | 5:00 am
    The past few months have sailed past, and spring is officially here. Woot! And to celebrate the new season, I’ve got something really exciting on the horizon: the new FearlessFresh launch. In the next few months, I’m officially launching FearlessFresh.com, with the intention of helping regular, everyday home cook become ninjas in the kitchen. My goal is to up the ante when it comes to skill and technique, teaching you exactly what you need to know to turn out dishes that you’ll be proud to call your own. The tagline for the new site is “Tame & reclaim your…
  • Easy, Healthy Spanish Rice Recipe

    Stephanie Stiavetti
    28 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    – A Spanish rice recipe you can serve with almost anything. – Had a bad day? Dig out your favorite Spanish rice recipe and you’ll feel better. (My easy brown rice chicken enchilada casserole does a pretty good job also.) Come on, you know how this goes: It’s been a long one, and you somehow got stuck in that time warp where it seems to take 12 hours to get from noon to 5 pm. You’ve been eyeballing the clock every fifteen minutes for most of the afternoon, and even though you’re super busy – or rather, stressed to the max – the day is dragging…
 
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  • Old Forge Brewing Company

    WhiskeyBeard
    21 May 2015 | 3:00 am
    There’s no business like beer business. Especially the canned beer business. Old Forge Brewery is a 4 year old brewery in Danville. A town that stands outside of time itself. Drive in restaurants. Train shops. Other oldeny Things. If it weren’t for the Sheetz, you’d think Danville literally froze in the quaintest time possible. Old Forge started as a brewery in just 2011 and distributes the most hip[ster] of all beers, canned beers. At the brewery, we learned that not only do cans keep light from getting in, but they also keep oxygen out better than bottle caps, so your…
  • Le Manhattan Bistro – Wilkes Barre, Pa

    NoBakeLeni
    13 Apr 2015 | 9:41 am
    ‘Where are we?’ We literally blindly followed the advice of friends, which is always a 100% totally reliable way to make meal choices, to come to Le Manhattan. We knew there was French food, that fellow Traveling Circus fiends liked the place, and that was it. We had fallen head over heads for the menu. It was a blind-date for sure. On arrival, we were underdressed, over enthusiastic,  and really bad loud. (So a bad blind date?) Truth be told, it was more fun than it should be. (Should French dining be… fun?) But no matter what, Le Manhattan is a blind date worth…
  • Creamy Shrimp and Grits

    WhiskeyBeard
    5 Jan 2015 | 11:54 am
      There’s an ongoing joke that I’m a non-southern Southerner. My family is from the South and cooking wise, I tend to identify with those roots. While I’ve lived all over the U.S., I’ve only ever visited the South. So I guess I’m Southern-by-association. What’s the point of this? I love Southern cooking and Southern dishes. I grew up eating them and when I visit, diet be damned, I’m eating like a backwater native!  The last time the Whiskey Bacon crew went south we had shrimp and grits, with the grits being a spicy grit cake with bacon. So…
  • Peanut Butter Bacon Brownies

    WhiskeyBeard
    12 Dec 2014 | 2:46 am
    Two reasons I should not be the one making brownies – I don’t bake well and I hate chocolate. Not despise or dislike. Hate. Without the presence of peanut butter, chocolate is a crime against humanity. Yeah, I said it…bring it on! So why did I attempt these brownies? Why the hell not! Peanut butter and bacon are sexiness personified and without that nasty chocolate fellow hanging around, they both get a chance to shine. All kidding aside, I also love peanut butter… probably in an unhealthy way. I saw and tried one of those ’3 ingredient magical…
  • Bacon Puff Cookie Stars: Cookies for Kids Cancer

    NoBakeLeni
    30 Sep 2014 | 2:49 pm
    When OXO offered some kitchen cookie freebies, the literal first thought I had was, “Can I make bacon cookies?” Kids love cookies. It’s perfect logic in a crispy bacon brain. So that, on top of the charity bonus, made it a great big yes to another OXO post. In addition to giving 10 cents from select items sold to the Cookies for Kids’ Cancer cause, OXO is donating $100  for each blog post dedicated to the cause in September. OXO Good Cookies will be donating up to $100,000 to the cause, so we’re hoping to make them shell out in the name of awesome causes…
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  • Sweet Potato Fritters with Cashew Lime Cream {dairy free + gluten free}

    Jennifer @ Delicious Everyday
    26 May 2015 | 10:14 pm
    These sweet fragrant gluten free fritters are perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Top with a generous dollop of dairy free lime cashew cream and a side salad, and dinner is sorted! I love fritters. No matter how little you have in your fridge or pantry, no matter how tired you are a delicious meal isn’t far away. Click to continue reading Sweet Potato Fritters with Cashew Lime Cream {dairy free + gluten free}. The post Sweet Potato Fritters with Cashew Lime Cream {dairy free + gluten free} appeared first on Delicious Everyday. We've Moved! Update your Reader Now to get the latest…
  • Chocolate Raspberry Friands with Rosewater {dairy free}

    Jennifer @ Delicious Everyday
    19 May 2015 | 8:28 pm
    These intensely chocolatey raspberry friands are sure to brighten even the dullest day. Studded with tart raspberries with the slightest whisper of rosewater they are the ultimate treat that takes only a few minutes to whip together! Chocolate and I have long been friends. As far as I’m concerned there is no greater indulgence than a cup of tea and a couple of squares of really good quality 70% cocoa chocolate. Click to continue reading Chocolate Raspberry Friands with Rosewater {dairy free}. The post Chocolate Raspberry Friands with Rosewater {dairy free} appeared first on Delicious…
  • Mushroom and Cauliflower Vegan Shepherds Pie {low carb}

    Jennifer @ Delicious Everyday
    5 May 2015 | 10:39 pm
    The British classic gets a vegetarian makeover with mushrooms and cauliflower. The result is a delicious low carb vegan dish that the whole family will love! Shepherds pie was a classic that many households in Australia and Britain grew up with and started as a way for people to make left-over scraps of meat and vegetables into a delicious meal. As with so many peasant dishes it is hard to beat in terms of flavour. Click to continue reading Mushroom and Cauliflower Vegan Shepherds Pie {low carb}. The post Mushroom and Cauliflower Vegan Shepherds Pie {low carb} appeared first on Delicious…
  • Chermoula Baked Mushrooms with Persian Spiced Buckwheat & Preserved Lemon Cashew Cream {vegan}

    Jennifer @ Delicious Everyday
    21 Apr 2015 | 9:43 pm
    Spice up your cold winter evenings with this fragrant vegan recipe of Chermoula Baked Mushrooms with Persian Spiced Buckwheat and a Preserved Lemon Cashew Cream. There’s a reason why mushrooms are often refereed to as meat for vegetarians. Look how juicy and succulent these gorgeous Chermoula Baked Mushrooms have become after 25 minutes in the oven. Click to continue reading Chermoula Baked Mushrooms with Persian Spiced Buckwheat & Preserved Lemon Cashew Cream {vegan}. The post Chermoula Baked Mushrooms with Persian Spiced Buckwheat & Preserved Lemon Cashew Cream {vegan}…
  • Thai Pumpkin Soup {vegan}

    Jennifer @ Delicious Everyday
    13 Apr 2015 | 9:33 am
    Thai Pumpkin Soup is the ultimate winter warmer. Serve this fragrant soup with a swirl of coconut milk and fresh coriander (cilantro). Today I’m revisiting (and rephotographing) an old recipe. In fact it is the first time I have revisited an old recipe in 7 years of blogging. Click to continue reading Thai Pumpkin Soup {vegan}. The post Thai Pumpkin Soup {vegan} appeared first on Delicious Everyday. We've Moved! Update your Reader Now to get the latest updates from Delicious Everyday (formerly Delicieux)This feed has moved to: http://feeds.feedblitz.com/deliciouseveryday…
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    The Dinner-Mom

  • Hawaiian Pizza Quesadillas #WeekdaySupper

    Marjory
    27 May 2015 | 2:00 am
    Hawaiian Pizza Quesadillas are a fun twist on this pizza parlor favorite. Flour tortillas are slathered with barbecue sauce, topped with ham, pineapple, red onion and cheese, and then pan fried until everything is melty on the inside and crispy on the outside. Quesadillas always go over big at our house…they’re festive. And, I love festive, especially mid-week. But, it’s easy to fall into a rut and make the same old ingredient combination over and over and over again. No more! A new flavor profile has taken over at our house…ham, pineapple, BBQ sauce, red onion, and…
  • Blueberry Compote Recipe and 10 Ways to Use it

    Marjory
    22 May 2015 | 2:00 am
    It is mind-blowingly easy to make healthy, homemade Blueberry Compote using fresh or frozen berries. Once you have a batch, you’ll have at least 10 ways to use it! You need this in your life! This is one of those I didn’t know that I needed it so badly until I tried it. And, now that I’ve tried it, I can’t go back.  I’m sharing this recipe as part of this month’s Recipe ReDux: Favorite DIY Kitchen Staples. That is, items you can buy from the store but choose not to because your homemade version is much healthier and tastes so much better. At the bottom of…
  • Spinach Stuffed Steak Pinwheels #SundaySupper

    Marjory
    17 May 2015 | 2:00 am
    I’m totally crushing on Spinach Stuffed Steak Pinwheels. They look and taste steak house fancy and indulgent, but they’re actually easy to make and provide a healthy dose of protein as part of a well-balanced diet! Butterflied Flank Steak is brushed with a balsamic garlic marinade and then topped with layers of spinach, mozzarella cheese, fresh tomatoes and a sprinkling of basil. It’s rolled up like a burrito, sliced and baked for a healthy, delicious and satisfying entree. Make every meal count! That’s the theme of today’s Sunday Supper sponsored by The Beef…
  • Kale Quinoa Salad with Sesame Aioli

    Marjory
    13 May 2015 | 9:26 am
    Kale Quinoa Salad is dressed with a lightened-up Sesame Aioli and topped with so many delicious, crunchy toppings that you’ll forget just how healthy it is!   It’s a sensory delight! Tender baby kale and spinach leaves form the base of this salad. Red quinoa adds a soft, nutty and colorful contrast with the greens and can be added when it’s cool or warm. (I’m a fan of warm!) Spindly carrots, strips of crinkly Napa cabbage, green onions and cashews are mixed throughout for a little crunch in every bite. Add chicken if you aren’t enjoying the meatless version.
  • Crustless Asparagus Quiche with Ham

    Marjory
    6 May 2015 | 1:00 pm
    It’s easy to fall in love with Crustless Asparagus Quiche. The presentation is pretty, each slice is a creamy, low-carb, gluten-free delight and it’s super easy to make…and freeze!   Quiche is sooo versatile! Lazy weekend brunch…check. Quiche and a side salad for lunch…yes please! Breakfast for dinner…quiche to the rescue. Busy morning…reheat a slice for a protein-packed breakfast. In fact, I would argue that a plastic bag filled with quiche ingredients, ready to thaw and cook at a moment’s notice, is one of the most important items to have…
 
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  • kalakand recipe, how to make kalakand | quick kalakand recipe

    dassana amit
    28 May 2015 | 8:32 am
    kalakand recipe with step by step photos – two ingredient kalakand or indian milk cake recipe in 15 minutes. kalakand is a rich milk cake. one of the popular indian sweets. the traditional way of making kalakand is a long one and takes some time. milk is curdled a bit with the use of alum or curd and simmered on a low flame till it thickens considerably. there are other methods too of making kalakand. this kalkand is a jhatpat (quick) recipe. only two ingredients are required sweetened condensed milk and paneer or chenna. stir for 15 minutes. allow to set the kalakand for a couple of…
  • carrot rice recipe, how to make carrot rice recipe | rice recipes

    dassana amit
    27 May 2015 | 8:36 am
    carrot rice recipe with step by step photos. lightly spiced carrot rice recipe. making any rice based dish is easy and takes less time. this is one of those rice recipes that can be made quickly. it also goes well as tiffin box lunch. usually when i make a vegetable based rice dish, most of the times i pair it with a raita. since this carrot rice is mildly spiced, it goes well with kids. there is a subtle sweetness coming from the carrots. i have also sauteed onions, cashews and raisins which add to the sweet element in the recipe. serve carrot rice with onion tomato raita or salad. plain…
  • eggless mango cake recipe, whole wheat eggless mango cake recipe

    dassana amit
    26 May 2015 | 8:14 am
    eggless mango cake recipe with step by step pics – easy eggless mango cake recipe made with whole wheat flour, fresh mangoes, butter and condensed milk. i have been getting a few requests to post an eggless mango cake since mangoes are in season. i did try making mango cakes many times, but something or the other was always lacking in terms of texture and taste in the cake. i gave a try again and adapted my eggless pound cake recipe for the mango cake. i made this cake twice. first time we just had the cake plain. second time i frosted the cake with a mango mousse icing. since i…
  • poha upma recipe, how to make vegetable poha upma

    dassana amit
    25 May 2015 | 8:21 am
    poha upma recipe with step by step photos – one more easy to make breakfast recipe with poha or flattened rice. both upma and poha are one of the regular breakfast at home. they are quick to prepare and healthy too. the poha upma recipe is actually a variation of south indian upma made with poha. i do add veggies at times and sometimes skip them. you can steam the veggies first and then add them. or cook the veggies along with the tempering and then add the poha. choose whatever is easy for you. if cooking the veggies with the tempering, then you need to add some water. cover the pan…
  • rose lassi recipe, how to make rose lassi recipe | lassi recipes

    dassana amit
    25 May 2015 | 7:46 am
    rose lassi recipe with step by step photos. one more cooling beverage made with fresh yogurt/dahi, rose petals and rose syrup. lassi is very popular in north india during summers. there are many variations of it and rose lassi is one such variation. i have also posted few more lassi recipes like sweet lassi, salty lassi, masala lassi or fruit lassi recipes like strawberry lassi, mango lassi, papaya lassi and mix fruit lassi. in this recipe, both the rose syrup and yogurt are cooling. you can add rose syrup in milk or in falooda also. i suggest to use homemade fresh curd to make this lassi.
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    Ale Simple Recipes

  • Starters: Mozzarella, Tomatoes and cucumbers on skewers

    Alessandra Neri
    24 May 2015 | 10:49 am
    This is a quick and easy recipe idea that will impress your guests: Mini mozzarella, cherry tomatoes and mini cucumbers. This starter is awesome during spring and summer, accompanied by a glass or wine or a pint of fresh lager beer. Starters on display: Pepita Chef by DomitalPreparation time takes maximum 15 minutes. All you needs is to buy these ingredients and decorate them with a BBQ stick. I bought the mini mozzarella and cherry tomatoes at LIDL, while the mini cucumbers and toothpicks at Dunnes Store in Dublin.I recently discovered that mini cucumbers are also available in…
  • Yogurt and Apple cake (butter free) for a perfect Spring Cake

    Alessandra Neri
    6 Apr 2015 | 9:52 am
    Good apple pies are a considerable part of our domestic happiness according to Jane Austen.Why don’t combine apples and yogurt to bake a butter free cake then?In this post I prepared a healthy and simple yogurt and apple cake. Healthy because doesn’t contain butter. This  cake is soft, yummy and lemon scented thanks to lemon zest. It worth a try. As usual, please let me know what you think in the comment at the end of this page. yogurt and apple cake with sugar decorations on topHere below another photo taken by myself about the cake when it is ready.
  • My Saint Valentine’s Coffee Moments

    Alessandra Neri
    9 Feb 2015 | 1:00 pm
    Saint Valentine’s Day is all about moments more than chocolate and roses.  It is really important that the couples spend romantic time together on that day. Heart shaped candle as decorationsMy ideal romantic day would be to have a morning coffee with pancakes, to be ready to go out for a walk. I also love wandering at the National Botanic Garden in Glasnevin or the Wicklow Gardens. These two are perfect for a picnic.Once I got back home, I love seeing my husband to prepare a Romantic dinner for me.  He always prepare for me focaccia or pane arabo. Then…
  • How to make Minestrone Soup

    Alessandra Neri
    31 Jan 2015 | 8:15 am
    Varying your lunch or dinner is important to avoid getting bored with the same meals all the time and to ensure you have a balanced diet.In this post, you can find a simple recipe to make a minestrone soup. All you have to do is get the ingredients and chop them. This recipe doesn’t require you to be a master chef.  Minestrone soup: Final result Minestrone is  a thick soup made with vegetables, often with addition of pasta or rice. Common ingredients include beans, onions, celery, carrots, stock, chickpeas, courgettes and tomatoes. Ingredients involved are…
  • How to make tagliatelle pasta

    Alessandra Neri
    18 Jan 2015 | 10:14 am
    Home made Pasta is never out of fashion because it is simple to make in your own kitchen. All you need it is just patience, be well organised and follow few golden rules I am going to explain in this post homemade tagliatelle pasta I personally made What tools you need to make tagliatelle pasta1. hand-cranked pasta roller2. Guitar pasta cutter3. Wooden worktop4. Rolling pin  Ingredients you need for tagliatelle pasta (4 people):300 grams flour3 eggs 300 grams of flour and 3 eggs to make tagliatelle pasta How to prepare tagliatelle pasta:Place the flour into a…
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  • How To Make Jam Using Slow Cooker

    Pravina Parikh
    19 May 2015 | 3:19 pm
    Few weeks back we went for strawberry picking with our grand-kids and ended-up picking lot more strawberries than we would consume. How can you blame two very excited 5 year olds ! Two of my Hetzler... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Slow Cooker Chocolate Cashew Cluster and Mother's Day Gift Idea

    Pravina Parikh
    24 Apr 2015 | 8:47 pm
    Some time back I had talked about homemade mother's day gift  ideas using slow cooker. Today I am posting one of the similar homemade mother's day gift - Chocolate Cashew Clusters. It is... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Potato, Peas, Tomato Curry In Slow Cooker

    Pravina Parikh
    10 Apr 2015 | 7:30 pm
    Last week  I posted about how to make khichdi or khichadi in slow cooker. Today I am posting this simple curry that goes very well with khichadi. In our gujarati household it is called tameta,... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Vegetable Khichdi In Slow cooker

    Pravina Parikh
    1 Apr 2015 | 6:37 pm
    Khichdi or Khichuri is my go-to comfort food. In many region of India it is made with slight variation of spices. However basic concept is same. Rice and Split Lentils (Dal) are cooked together with... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Slow Cooker Whole Wheat Pizza

    Pravina Parikh
    3 Mar 2015 | 8:36 pm
    My daughter has been making whole wheat pizza for some time now in oven. However few weeks back when I blogged about making pizza in slow cooker in my round up about slow cooker vegetarian game... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
 
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    YUM eating

  • Sometimes You Just Need Pancakes for One

    chrystal
    28 May 2015 | 5:00 am
    I looooooooooove pancake. Eating pancakes brings back so many happy memories of making breakfast with my mom. She was also notorious for making pancakes when we needed a quick dinner. I’ve had my fair share of pancakes, sugar free, carob chip pancakes and even low carb with flax. But my favorite is a pancake with a […] The post Sometimes You Just Need Pancakes for One appeared first on YUM eating.
  • Tips for Drying Your Own Herbs

    chrystal
    23 May 2015 | 12:25 pm
    It’s garden season and that means plenty of herb growth. While many herbs can be grown year-round, there’s just something special about freshly grown herbs in the summer. So what do you do when you’ve grown your herbs and now you’re not getting through them fast enough? Trust me, I know this can be difficult […] The post Tips for Drying Your Own Herbs appeared first on YUM eating.
  • Love With Food Subscription Box

    chrystal
    21 May 2015 | 5:00 am
    You know, I admit my subscription box trials are a bit minimal and there are only a few food boxes. To date I have tried Conscious Box, Try the World, Bulu Box, Bestwoed, and my favorite Graze (which I have kept my subscription for a long time.) But, I recently tried Love With Food and […] The post Love With Food Subscription Box appeared first on YUM eating.
  • Sav-A-Lot of Time & Money #SaveALotInsiders #giveaway

    chrystal
    14 May 2015 | 5:00 am
    This post has been brought to you by Sav-a-Lot. I was compensated for my time through a gift card. Regardless, I only share products which I believe in and I feel adds value to my readers. All are 100% hones opinions are mine alone. #SaveALotInsiders #ad Our grocery budget took a huge hit this year which left […] The post Sav-A-Lot of Time & Money #SaveALotInsiders #giveaway appeared first on YUM eating.
  • Skinny Cherry Chocolate Cake

    chrystal
    13 May 2015 | 5:00 am
    I can’t believe it’s already the middle of May and we just celebrated Mother’s Day! My mother’s 60th birthday is coming up on the 16th and I am still trying to figure out what to buy her and/or do for her. She hates surprises and isn’t a fan of parties. She’s a bit of an […] The post Skinny Cherry Chocolate Cake appeared first on YUM eating.
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    Lemon & Olives: Exploring Greek Cooking And Culture

  • Greek Marinated Olives

    Kenton Kotsiris
    27 May 2015 | 12:18 pm
    The weekend is finally here. Months of planning and preparation have come down to this – the weekend Jane and I get married! We’ve finished up all the last minute details, made calls to all our vendors, and are now hoping everything will fall into place. It’s been a little over 1 year since we...  Read More »   The post Greek Marinated Olives appeared first on Lemon & Olives | Greek Food & Culture Blog. A food blog exploring Greek Mediterranean cuisine, culture, and creating dishes that are inspired by Greek flavors. Follow along with us!
  • Tuna Kalamata Spread

    Kenton Kotsiris
    25 May 2015 | 12:19 pm
    This post is sponsored by Genova. Genova provided us with a free Genova Mediterranean basket (like the one we’re giving away to our readers!) for the purpose of this post, as well as compensation for our time. Jane and I are always 100% transparent with our readers, hence the above note. When we work with...  Read More »   The post Tuna Kalamata Spread appeared first on Lemon & Olives | Greek Food & Culture Blog. A food blog exploring Greek Mediterranean cuisine, culture, and creating dishes that are inspired by Greek flavors. Follow along with us!
  • The Ancient Greek Diet

    Kenton Kotsiris
    20 May 2015 | 12:06 pm
    What did the ancient Greeks eat? This is a question I often get asked and one that I’m always learning something new when answering. I love doing research about the ancients and their foods. It is cool to me to think that what I may be eating is something Plato, Aristotle, or even the mighty...  Read More »   The post The Ancient Greek Diet appeared first on Lemon & Olives | Greek Food & Culture Blog. A food blog exploring Greek Mediterranean cuisine, culture, and creating dishes that are inspired by Greek flavors. Follow along with us!
  • Baked Feta | Feta Psiti

    Kenton Kotsiris
    14 May 2015 | 12:23 pm
      Last week I was listening to, “Chewing The Fat,” a food podcast based out of Chicago. They had a special episode with famed chef Marco Pierre White. For those of you unfamiliar with chef White, he is an extremely talented chef. He’s one of the youngest to ever earn 3 michelin stars, and he...  Read More »   The post Baked Feta | Feta Psiti appeared first on Lemon & Olives | Greek Food & Culture Blog. A food blog exploring Greek Mediterranean cuisine, culture, and creating dishes that are inspired by Greek flavors. Follow along with us!
  • Greek Shrimp | Garides Tourkolimano

    Kenton Kotsiris
    12 May 2015 | 8:31 am
    17. That’s the number of days until Jane and I are married in a little old Greek church in southern California. The pressure is really on now. We’re finalizing last minute things and it seems like they are the ones taking the most time. I’ve learned that I rather have 1 task to do that...  Read More »   The post Greek Shrimp | Garides Tourkolimano appeared first on Lemon & Olives | Greek Food & Culture Blog. A food blog exploring Greek Mediterranean cuisine, culture, and creating dishes that are inspired by Greek flavors. Follow along with us!
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  • Degustabox

    Penny
    7 May 2015 | 1:53 am
    I tried out this surprise box of goodies at a discounted price - here is my review of what I liked and what I didn't Read More... The post Degustabox appeared first on Penny's Recipes.
  • Baked Eggs

    Penny
    27 Apr 2015 | 3:57 am
    Easy and Quick recipe for lunch or a light supper when you are in a hurry. Healthy and Nutritious too! Read More... The post Baked Eggs appeared first on Penny's Recipes.
  • Savvy Shopping at the Supermarket

    Penny
    27 Apr 2015 | 2:02 am
    Be alert to the tricks that supermarkets use to get us buying more - and at higher prices - but you may need to take a calculator with you as you shop. Read More... The post Savvy Shopping at the Supermarket appeared first on Penny's Recipes.
  • Discount Deals For You From Groupon

    Penny
    17 Apr 2015 | 1:33 am
    Groupon vouchers - no more waiting for others - just get the voucher and go get your bargains! Read More... The post Discount Deals For You From Groupon appeared first on Penny's Recipes.
  • Buying A Kettle

    Penny
    2 Apr 2015 | 1:47 am
    There is more to buying a new kettle than you might think - there is such a variety of style, colours and prices Read More... The post Buying A Kettle appeared first on Penny's Recipes.
 
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  • Inlagd Gurka – Swedish Cucumber Salad

    redbeansanderic1
    24 May 2015 | 3:00 am
    Now that we are at the ‘unofficial start of summer’, I wanted to share with you my ‘official’ summer side item: inlagd gurka – a Swedish cucumber salad. I actual make this throughout the winter and spring months – it reminds me of summer and the events held at the Swedish club that my family is apart of. During the midsommer smorgasborg, this is one of the many side dishes served. And sometimes multiple people bring it. I’ve been conscious of what I’ve been making lately – that may be a different post – but one of the main things…
  • COOKBOOK REVIEW: FIKA: The Art of the Swedish Coffee Break by Anna Brones & Johanna Kindvall

    redbeansanderic1
    19 May 2015 | 12:43 pm
    I’ve always known that fika was special to Sweden. It was a time for those to come toegther and take a break over coffee (or tea) and enjoy a treat. And this can happen often. Sweden is the world’s top coffee consuming nation. FIKA: The Art of the Swedish Coffee Break by Anna Brones and Johanna Kindvall is an amazing little recipe book that covers everything you need to know about joining in fika at home. The authors start with the history of the Swedish coffee break, the importance of it, and what you need to create it at home – and that’s by making some sweet treats!
  • CROCK POT: TURKEY DRUMSTICKS with BBQ SAUCE

    redbeansanderic1
    17 May 2015 | 3:00 am
    I felt like I was walking around the renaissance festival while eating one of these giant turkey legs. My wife thought that the Robin Hood costume was too much… but I was taking from the crock pot and giving to the poor, hungry boys. I’ve never actually had the turkey leg at the festivals – I’ve had soup in a bread bowl – but generally we try to skip the food lines since it can be an expensive experience. I was surprised when I found all the tendons buried beneath the meat of the drumstick. After plucking a few out I decided to shred the meat and serve it that…
  • CROCK POT: Garlic Chicken Drumsticks

    redbeansanderic1
    6 May 2015 | 3:00 am
    A vampire would not survive on my cooking. I put garlic in almost everything. And it’s usually a lot. That’s one of the reasons that I love this simple and cheap crock pot dinner. You can substitute any type of chicken in this recipe, like the thigh, but I love using the drumstick. Whenever I go to the grocery store, I always swing by the meat department to see what’s on ‘manager special’. They usually have drumsticks on sale and I buy them every time – my freezer is packed with them! The last time I went, I bought a couple of packs of 12 for around $3…
  • CROCK POT: Brown Sugar Pork Loin

    redbeansanderic1
    26 Apr 2015 | 3:00 am
    How do you get the kids to eat their food? You listen to Mary Poppins – a spoonful (or cups full) of brown sugar helps the dinner go down! The dinner go down! The dinner go down! Sorry. When you’re a stay-at-home dad to a 4-year-old and a 1-year-old, your style of music, movies, and speech tends to alter a bit. My wife always laughs at me when I tell her my ‘tummy hurts’ or ask her if she needs to ‘go potty’ before we go somewhere – even when the kids are not around. Normally the kids have no problem eating their meats, but when I seasoned the pork…
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  • Kung pao chicken

    womkitchen
    28 May 2015 | 1:48 am
    Ingredients 1 lb boneless skinless chicken breast, cut into 1 inch cubes. 1 tbsp cornstarch 2 tbsp sesame oil/ veg. oil 3 green onion chopped. 2 garlic cloves, minced A pinch of powdered ginger. 2 tbsp rice wine vinegar 2 tbsp soy sauce 2 tsp sugar 1/3 cup dry roasted peanuts 4 cup cooked rice Crushed red pepper flakes, to taste. Method : Combine water and cornstarch in a small bowl. Now coat chicken cubes with cornstarch mixture. Heat oil in a skillet. Now stir-fry the coated chicken for 5-7 minutes. Now keep the fried chicken aside. In the same skillet add onion, garlic red pepper and…
  • Spicy chicken curry Indian style

    womkitchen
    18 May 2015 | 10:54 am
    Ingredients  Chicken – 2 lbs Garam Masala – 3 tbsp Mustard Cumin Seeds Curry leaves -2 strands 100 grams- chopped onion 2 green chilies chopped Chilli powder – 1 tbsp Crushed peppercorns – 1 tbsp 2 diced tomatoes Coriander powder -2 tbsp Cumin powder -1 tbsp Ginger Garlic paste -1tbsp Salt – to taste Coriander leaves – to garnish   Method 1.Heat oil in a deep vessel. 2.put mustard,cumin and wait till it become brown. 3. add garam masala. 4.Add chopped onions and saute until golden brown. 5.Add salt, turmeric powder, ginger garlic paste,green chillies and…
  • Egg omelette with cucumber and dill

    womkitchen
    17 May 2015 | 4:05 am
    If your kid doesn’t like dill (saipu), then this recipe will work wonder for you. Ingredients: 3 eggs 1 cucumber, diced with skin 1 tbsp white wine vinegar 2 tbsp olive oil or any other edible oil 2 tbsp chopped dill (saifu) Salt and pepper to taste Steps: 1. Preheat non-stick pan on high flame. 2. In bowl, add cucumber, vinegar and 1 tbsp olive oil. 3. Season with salt and pepper and set aside. 4. Whisk the eggs in a bowl, until it doubled in volume. 5. Add dill, salt and pepper. 6. Spread whisked eggs on non-stick pan evenly. 7. Once it becomes brown, put cucumber on half of the…
  • Chicken with Pesto Sauce and Chicken

    womkitchen
    8 Dec 2014 | 8:17 am
    Ingredients: Chicken breasts cut into 1 inch pieces: 2 Spaghetti boiled and drained :200 grams Fresh basil leaves :1 cup Oregano : 1 tsp Garlic cloves: 5-6  Parsley finely chopped: 1/4 cup  Salt to taste Pinenuts: 1/4 cup Parmesan cheese: 1/3 cup White sauce :3 tablespoons Milk: 1/4 cup Olive oil: 4 tablespoons Image Source: marthastewart.com Method: First of all we will prepare the pesto sauce. Blend garlic, pinenuts, basil leaves, olive oil, parsley and salt into a smooth paste. Now add parmesan cheese and blend again, keep the pesto sauce aside In a separate bowl dilute white…
  • How to Cook Ginger Chicken

    womkitchen
    28 Oct 2014 | 8:21 am
    Ingredients: Chicken cooked and cut : 500 grams Ginger chopped: 1 tbsp Dried mushrooms: 4  Soy sauce: 2 tbsp Chili Sauce:  1/2 tbsp Onion finely chopped: 1 Garlic clove crushed: 1  Vinegar: 2 tbsp Sugar: 1 tsp Tomato puree: 1 tsp Salt to taste Black pepper powder to taste Chicken stock 1 1/2 cups Oil: 1 tbsp Corn flour : 1 tbsp Image Source: whisksandchopsticks.wordpress.com Method: First of all soak dried mushrooms in warm water for about 30 minutes then drain it and slice. In a non stick pan, add soy sauce, onion, ginger, garlic, vinegar, sugar, tomato puree, salt and pepper…
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    The PinterTest Kitchen

  • How to Make Homemade Flour Tortillas

    Allison
    20 May 2015 | 10:31 am
    Flour tortillas are SO easy to make at home. I can’t believe I didn’t try it out sooner! We are Airbnb hosts, and one of our guests mentioned that she is not great in the kitchen, but does make her own flour tortillas for wraps, quesadillas, tacos, etc. I thought to myself, “Why have I never tried making tortillas at home?” So I looked up a recipe on Pinterest and was on my way! They take a whole 30 minutes to make (tops), and you can freeze them between sheets of wax or parchment paper…so you have no excuses! The store-bought version have ingredients you…
  • The Best Raspberry Frosting of All Time

    Allison
    18 May 2015 | 6:00 am
    You guys. You guys! This is seriously the best raspberry frosting of all time. It’s a butter cream of sorts, but you don’t use any powdered sugar. Seriously…NONE. You will not believe how completely perfect this frosting is, especially when paired with a chocolate cake. This frosting is so good, you can get away with using a boxed cake mix. Not a fan of raspberry? You can also use other flavors to make it your own, or just make it a plain vanilla frosting. Throw all of your other butter cream recipes away. You don’t need them. This one is that good. Can you tell…
  • Orange Chocolate Chip Scones with Vanilla-Orange Glaze

    Allison
    16 May 2015 | 7:30 am
    So here’s the thing… I already have a favorite scone recipe. I’ve been open to other types of scones, and have even made these double chocolate banana scones in the past. They were delicious. But nothing can hold a candle to the scone recipe I got from my friend’s grandmother. These come close. I’ll be honest…I still like my other scone recipe better most of the time. They’re very moist and cake-ier than most scones. But these are so wonderfully different. Orange and chocolate is the perfect pairing, and my other scone recipe is way too moist to make…
  • Bacon and Cheese Stuffed Pretzel Buns #BreadBakers

    Allison
    12 May 2015 | 2:00 am
    You guys… I think this is seriously one of my favorite recipes of all time! The May theme for Bread Bakes is “Stuffed,” and when it was announced, I scoured Pinterest for ideas. Then, I remembered, I already had an awesome stuffed bread recipe pinned – Cheddar Bacon Stuffed Pretzel Buns from Yammies Noshery. It’s been on my Pinterest board for the longest time. I’ve just been chickening out on making them. Jess is the bread baker in this family…usually. Yeast breads scare me a little! So, I kept putting off testing this recipe. But we have success!
  • Millionaire Shortbread Bars #secretrecipeclub

    Allison
    10 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    It’s Secret Recipe Club Reveal Day! Every month, our group “trades” blogs and makes one another’s recipes – and this month, our assignment was Searching for Spice. Corina has a huge index of recipes, but of course, we had to go for the desserts…and although we were tempted by other recipes, such as her Banana and Chocolate Chip Bars, if you’re a regular reader here at The PinterTest Kitchen, you know that we can NEVER resist a recipe that pairs chocolate and caramel. These Earthquake Cookies, for example, were a past chocolate-caramel pair up that we…
 
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  • How to Make Ratatouille. An Easy French Ratatouille Recipe

    Arnaud Pinoit
    22 May 2015 | 2:21 pm
    Arnaud Pinoit has a new article on Kip Kitchen - Quick and easy meal ideas for two Have you watched the animation movie “Ratatouille”? If you did, you’d have heard the catch phrase “Anyone can cook!”, which the French chef kept repeating. I agree with him and believe that you can get better with practice. What has this got to do with our post? Well, today you’d learn how to make ratatouille. What is ratatouille (pronounced rat-uh-TOO-ee), you ask? According to Wikipedia, Ratatouille is a traditional French Provençal stewed vegetable dish, originating…
  • Easy Homemade Dried Cranberry Cookies Recipe From Scratch

    Arnaud Pinoit
    5 May 2015 | 5:48 am
    Arnaud Pinoit has a new article on Kip Kitchen - Quick and easy meal ideas for two Do you want to pig out on the best cranberry cookies ever? I was browsing through my news feed one day and realized there were very few photos of cranberry cookies on Pinterest. Which is weird, considering how my wife and I can demolish them at one go. I had experimented with baking them in the past and cranberry cookie time was long overdue. So I got to work in the kitchen. Below you’d find the top cranberry cookie recipe I perfected after some experiments. It only takes 6 ingredients and 25 minutes…
  • Easy Bread Pudding Recipe. An Old-Fashioned Dessert How-to

    Arnaud Pinoit
    3 Feb 2015 | 1:54 pm
    Arnaud Pinoit has a new article on Kip Kitchen - Quick and easy meal ideas for two The easy bread pudding recipe you’d find below reminds me of home and Xmas. In my childhood days, my mom had to manage four kids running around, playing and screaming every day. She knew she had to find activities to keep us occupied if she wanted to have moments of peace and quiet. Being a smart and practical woman, she introduced us to cooking from a young age. Come Christmas time, she would whip out her Xmas bread pudding recipe and put us to work. I have great memories of making the bread pudding…
  • Homemade Hot Chocolate Recipe. How to Make a Hot Chocolate in 2 Minutes

    Arnaud Pinoit
    9 Nov 2014 | 1:05 pm
    Arnaud Pinoit has a new article on Kip Kitchen - Quick and easy meal ideas for two It’s not really winter yet but it’s getting colder. You feel like wearing your woolly socks, sitting in front of a crackling fireplace, and nursing a piping hot drink in your hands. What could the hot drink be? How about a delicious homemade hot chocolate which you can prepare in 2 minutes? It’s good for the cold and good for you! Below is the best hot chocolate recipe I’ve tried as the only ingredients required are a chocolate bar and milk. (Remember to get good quality chocolate…
  • Deep Fried Camembert Cheese Recipe. A Fried Cheese Wedges Starter

    Arnaud Pinoit
    16 Sep 2014 | 1:15 pm
    Arnaud Pinoit has a new article on Kip Kitchen - Quick and easy meal ideas for two Camembert cheese. Some love it. Some hate it. If you love it, read on. (Sorry, haters, there are probably other recipes you’ll like here) You’re probably acquainted with one of the better known camembert recipes, camembert au four (also known as camembert roti or baked cheese). Today, I’m going to introduce you to a lesser known camembert recipe — deep fried camembert cheese (also known as camembert frit). When my granddad turned 70, he decided to celebrate his birthday with the…
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  • Healthy Apple Punch Recipe

    Kavita Parmar
    23 May 2015 | 9:53 pm
    A delicious Apple Punch Recipe to serve on the hot summ […] The post Healthy Apple Punch Recipe appeared first on RasoiMenu.
  • BBQ Potato Salad Recipe

    Kavita Parmar
    22 May 2015 | 10:54 pm
    Barbeque potato salad recipe is very delicious recipe. […] The post BBQ Potato Salad Recipe appeared first on RasoiMenu.
  • Watermelon and Feta Cheese Salad Recipe

    Kavita Parmar
    21 May 2015 | 9:30 pm
    Watermelon and Feta Cheese salad is very refreshing and […] The post Watermelon and Feta Cheese Salad Recipe appeared first on RasoiMenu.
  • Sukhdi Recipe – Golpapdi Recipe

    Kavita Parmar
    20 May 2015 | 8:30 pm
    Sukhdi or Golpapdi is very healthy and delicious Gujara […] The post Sukhdi Recipe – Golpapdi Recipe appeared first on RasoiMenu.
  • Creamy Palak Soup – Spinach Soup Recipe

    Kavita Parmar
    20 May 2015 | 1:02 am
    Palak Soup is very commonly available soup recipe in In […] The post Creamy Palak Soup – Spinach Soup Recipe appeared first on RasoiMenu.
 
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  • Jam is a Liquid (& Other Fun Things to Keep in Mind When Traveling with Food)

    Sarah Jampel
    28 May 2015 | 3:00 pm
    What you need to know about packing food souvenirs in your carry-on luggage—so you won't end up throwing away $45-worth of jam at airport security. I once found a good deal on Peanut Butter & Co.'s Cinnamon Raisin Swirl peanut butter in Chicago and packed it in my carry-on to take back to the East Coast. At airport security, a T.S.A. officer confiscated the offending jar (but not before asking me where I had found something that looked so delicious) as tears collected in my eyes, imagining all those peanut butter-and-bananas that would not be.  It was then that I…
  • You Only Need to Follow One Rule to Make This Chopped Salad

    Ashley Rodriguez
    28 May 2015 | 10:00 am
    You know you love your great aunt's banana bread, but you probably don't know why you do. In Modern Comfort, Ashley Rodriguez from Not Without Salt figures out what makes our favorite classics work, and then makes them even better.  Today: What should you do for tonight's dinner? We suggest buying all those verdant market ingredients, chopping them into bite-sized pieces, and making your own chopped salad bar.  Spring is quite possibly salad’s best season. Salad greens adore the still-cool air. Their ruffled leaves soak up the mellow sun just…
  • Real Solutions: the Beekman Boys' Library Cupboards

    Brent Ridge
    28 May 2015 | 9:00 am
    Admit it: There's something invariably exciting about seeing what's behind a normally closed door, whether stealing a glance inside the kitchen cupboard of a cook you admire or poking around the bathroom cabinet at a dinner party. We're here to open more of those doors and share the secrets that lie behind them. Today: Brent Ridge, one half of the Beekman Boys and co-author of the Beekman 1802 Heirloom Cookbook, shares a look inside two book storage solutions that think outside the open shelf. Because we live out in the middle of nowhere in upstate NY, a lot of the…
  • Now is Not the Time to Skip Dessert

    Sarah Jampel
    28 May 2015 | 8:00 am
    If you're like us, you look to the seasons for what to cook. Get to the market, and we'll show you what to do with your haul. Today: Yes, there are a lot of green things sprouting up this time of year, but if you skip dessert and focus on salad instead, you are making a grave mistake. I didn’t want to write about dessert.  I wanted to write about something green and sensible and meal-making—something to prove that, despite evidence of the contrary, I do occasionally make myself complete dinners, the kind of plates that are half fruit and vegetable, a quarter…
  • It's Time to Move Past Rotisserie Chicken

    Hannah Petertil
    28 May 2015 | 8:00 am
    There are 3 million chicken recipes on the internet. We're here to show you the good ones. Win, win. Today: A roast chicken dinner that begs, borrows, and steals its way into your weekly dinnertime rotation. Sometimes the best dishes have a long list of influencers, like the biscuit doughnut or baklava crêpes—each inspired by a combination of breakfast and dessert powerhouses. This chicken, like other famous mash-ups, is not so much a hodgepodge of misfit pieces, but rather a culinary connect-the-dots. Here, the dots are ingredients, the…
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  • Almond Quinoa Parfait

    Loubna
    27 May 2015 | 9:05 am
    This almond quinoa parfait is a great and healthy way to start your day. It’s a quick and easy breakfast that is gluten free and high in protein. It will keep you full and focused for a good 3 to 4 hours. Ever since I found out about all the quinoa health benefits, I started […] The post Almond Quinoa Parfait appeared first on Tajoon.
  • Easy Grilled Salmon

    Loubna
    25 May 2015 | 9:19 am
    I am all about healthy, quick and delicious meals. This easy grilled salmon helps me accomplish all that. It literately takes less than 5 minutes to prep and under 15 minutes to cook. It doesn’t get any easier than that. Salmon is a great source of omega 3, which helps prevent hearth disease, premature aging […] The post Easy Grilled Salmon appeared first on Tajoon.
  • Cocoa Fudge Cookies

    Loubna
    22 May 2015 | 9:14 am
    These cocoa fudge cookies are super easy to make, and they are ready in under 30 minutes. They don’t require a mixer or special tools. You just need a saucepan and spoon and you are on your way. I was looking for an all chocolate cookies recipe one day and I found this recipe on […] The post Cocoa Fudge Cookies appeared first on Tajoon.
  • Red Quinoa Salad

    Loubna
    20 May 2015 | 4:29 pm
    Quinoa has a lot of great health benefits. It is a good source of protein, fiber and iron, just to name a few. This red quinoa salad is a great way to introduce and add quinoa to your diet. I have to admit that quinoa is still a pretty new food for me. I am […] The post Red Quinoa Salad appeared first on Tajoon.
  • Abgoosht

    Loubna
    18 May 2015 | 2:10 pm
    Abgoosht is a traditional Persian lamb and chickpeas (garbanzo beans) stew. It is also called “Dizi”, which is the clay cookware in which the dish is prepared and cooked on low heat for a long period of time. The dish is usually prepared with lamb, but you can also use beef. You just want to […] The post Abgoosht appeared first on Tajoon.
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  • Perfect Crockpot Chicken

    Tekesha
    25 May 2015 | 3:00 am
    I’m so desperate to be done with decorating my house. Every day when I come home, there are boxes in front of my door and phone calls to return from delivery people. I have to remind myself to live and enjoy life now and not to wait for everything to be perfectly in its place. Today’s recipe is all about the technique. Elevating a whole chicken off the base of the crockpot allows it to brown beautifully and cooking it at a lower temperature than in the oven means the meat is fall-off-the-bone-tender. I used Goya Sazon seasoning because that’s what I like, but you could easily swap it…
  • Roasted Salmon with Parmesan Dill Crust

    Tekesha
    18 May 2015 | 3:00 am
    I am so excited to share this recipe! I made it on a hectic afternoon when workmen were zipping around my house and I was trying to put together dinner for my husband before getting back to work. I took a quick bite as I was heading out the door. Stopped. And turned right back around to the kitchen to eat some more. It is sooo good! I upped the amount of parmesan cheese from other similar recipes so that it would form a nice crust, instead of runny liquid. Dill is always the perfect compliment to salmon and the ground mustard provides a little background heat. Roasted Salmon with Parmesan…
  • Jamaican Brown Stew Fish

    Tekesha
    11 May 2015 | 3:00 am
    I have been craving fish something serious lately! I popped into my local seafood market and spotted two gorgeous red snappers. I knew immediately what I was going to make with them. This is a classic Jamaican dish. I have vivid memories of sitting at the dinner table carefully removing little bones from the fish and shoveling rice, fish and gravy into my mouth. Cooking the fish still on the bones helps thicken the sauce. Despite the name, this isn’t a soup. It’s fish and gravy. The lady at the market asked me if I wanted the heads still on the fish when she cleaned them. Yes! Best part…
  • Sticky Orange Ponzu Wings

    Tekesha
    4 May 2015 | 3:00 am
    When the weather starts to warm up, I usually prefer a lighter, more casual dinner. One of my favorite things to do is put together a selection of appetizers and just let everyone wander into the kitchen to eat as the evening goes on. These wings are perfect for that. The marmalade makes the chicken skin sticky and also helps bind the other seasonings to the wings. The ponzu sauce adds depth of flavor and saltiness. These are excellent both hot and cold! Sticky Orange Ponzu Wings   Print Prep time 3 mins Cook time 40 mins Total time 43 mins   Baked wings cooked in ponzu sauce,…
  • Slow Cooker Chicken Adobo

    Tekesha
    27 Apr 2015 | 3:00 am
    I’ve been so overwhelmed and drained lately because we just moved. It makes it hard to put together lunches or dinners. The easiest solution has been to have a lot of cooked chicken ready to go. I know a lot of people just chuck some chicken breasts in the slow-cooker, but that is entirely too bland for me and I don’t really like stringy meat. This recipe is my salvation. I make a batch on Sundays and pair it with drained, canned green beans throughout the week for lunch. The chicken thighs stay nice and juicy and the vinegar and spices give it a nice tang. This would also work well on…
 
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    Harriet Emily

  • PEANUT BUTTER FUDGE MELTS

    Harriet Emily
    28 May 2015 | 12:34 pm
    In my opinion, fudge has to be the best treat to eat, after chocolate of course. This version of fudge, however, is quite a bit different from the traditional kind. The ingredients create something that’s oh so delicious and soft, melting in your mouth and the palm of your hand. This is a lot more delicate than a traditional fudge, and doesn’t set completely – which is why I called it a melt. Because of this, you get a rich, chewy and creamy candy thats super decadent, and just like soft toffee. It’s utterly irresistible. For me, this recipe is the ultimate…
  • VEGETABLE COCONUT CURRY

    Harriet Emily
    27 May 2015 | 7:47 am
    Coconuts are such an amazing ingredient. There aren’t many foods that work well in both in sweet and savoury dishes, as well as multiple cuisines! It also amazes me just how many different forms you can buy it in – oil/cream/water/sugar/milk and so on! In this recipe, I used coconut oil and coconut milk. Both of these ingredients create a delicious creaminess in the curry, which is perfect for balancing out the warmth of its spices. I made this a fairly mild curry with a slight kick, so that you could really enjoy the levels of flavours and tastes within it. I really wanted to…
  • SOLITUDE

    Harriet Emily
    26 May 2015 | 10:21 am
    How much time do you allow for yourself? How often is it that you spend time alone, focusing purely on you? Solitude is something I value incredibly, and as I thought about it today, I wanted to shed light on its importance with you. Dedicating a period of time to detach myself from the world each day brings me clarity and peace of mind. However, in this world, separation can feel incredibly rare. Everyday we are surrounded by external things filling our minds, thoughts and ideals. Unknowingly, this affects our moods, our emotions and our actions.   Spending time alone allows you to…
  • DESSERT FOR ONE: BLUEBERRY MUFFIN

    Harriet Emily
    25 May 2015 | 10:09 am
    Blueberry muffins are definitely a confectionary classic. Being one of my favourite foods to eat, there’s nothing I enjoy more than biting into one warm when the blueberries are all plump, succulent and juicy. Mmm. This muffin is a special one, as it’s a recipe made with my new-found love: Tapioca flour. Strangely, this is an ingredient I only recently really discovered, even though having some in my cupboard for a while. I wasn’t particularly sure what to use it in at first, but then the other day I took the plunge and decided to make some of my classic pancakes with it.
  • GLORIA

    Harriet Emily
    24 May 2015 | 6:21 am
    Recently, my lovely godmother rescued a beautiful pig named Gloria. Only weeks away from being sent to unnecessary slaughter, my godmother did everything she possibly could to save Gloria’s life. Rescuing this beautiful pig, she travelled hours to transport her to a new, happy home at Farm Animal Sanctuary, Evesham. Here, Gloria would be able to live the long, joyous life she deserved. However, Gloria’s story is an incredibly lucky one. Humans can be incredibly cruel to animals, and every year over 150 billion of them are sent for slaughter through various trades and practices.
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    Recipes, Easy and Healthy

  • Sautéed Shrimps with Mushrooms

    zrecipes
    18 May 2015 | 7:43 am
    This is a great shrimp recipe! Shrimp has a few interesting nutritional qualities, and it is curious that some of its elements help to fight arthritis and arthroses. One such element is glucosamine, which is helpful in reducing the advance of weariness in articulations. It also improves the general well-being and life quality of those […]The post Sautéed Shrimps with Mushrooms appeared first on Recipes, Easy and Healthy.
  • Coffee and Chocolate Cream Recipe

    zrecipes
    17 Apr 2015 | 8:11 am
    This recipe is a true delight! It is a great dessert to serve to your guests and they will surely be delighted with this Coffee and Chocolate Cream. As a side note, we would like to leave you with this message… chocolate can be good for your health, due to its cocoa. This is one […]The post Coffee and Chocolate Cream Recipe appeared first on Recipes, Easy and Healthy.
  • Cod Roasted with onions and potatoes

    zrecipes
    16 Apr 2015 | 10:14 am
    Roasted Codfish is already plays a big part in our gastronomy and this is just one of many ways of cooking codfish. All you’ll need is codfish, onions, garlic, olive oil, salt and milk. Ingredients: 4 soaked cod loins 10 garlic cloves Salt 2 onions Olive oil to your taste Milk to your taste How […]The post Cod Roasted with onions and potatoes appeared first on Recipes, Easy and Healthy.
  • Lemon Molotov with Raspberry Sauce Recipe

    zrecipes
    15 Apr 2015 | 4:15 am
    Molotov is already a famous dessert for many of us. This recipe provides a variation on it by including raspberry sauce. Using only eggs, sugar, lemon and raspberries, you can make this very original and very delicious dessert. Ingredients for the Molotov: 15 egg whites 50 millilitres lemon liqueur 1 tablespoon lemon juice Lime juice […]The post Lemon Molotov with Raspberry Sauce Recipe appeared first on Recipes, Easy and Healthy.
  • Almond and Egg Biscuits

    zrecipes
    14 Apr 2015 | 3:55 am
    This Almond and Egg Biscuits is delicious. It is ideal to accompany tea or even when you feel like eating something sweet… and why shouldn’t you keep these biscuits at home? Try it. It’s easy and perfect for any occasion. Ingredients: 4.58 ounces (130 grams) sugar 1 egg 2.46 ounces (70 grams) butter (at room […]The post Almond and Egg Biscuits appeared first on Recipes, Easy and Healthy.
 
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    Yummy Indian Kitchen

  • How To Make a Strawberry Smoothie with Yogurt Recipe

    asiya
    24 May 2015 | 9:30 pm
    How To Make a Strawberry Smoothie with Yogurt: Strawberry smoothie is a wonderful summer drink made with yogurt into it. It is a very refreshing smoothie and a healthy drink.                  Today I decided to post a summer smoothie which is very yummy and mostly loved by strawberry lovers. I assume everyone likes to eat juicy red strawberries. It is always used to prepare different kinds of summer drinks or juices.                Whenever fruit smoothies or juices are made one should keep in mind to opt for fresh fruits as the nutrition remains intact and taking such…
  • How To Make Rajma Masala, Rajma Masala Recipe Punjabi

    asiya
    19 May 2015 | 11:19 pm
    How To Make Rajma Masala: Rajma Masala is a popular North Indian dish made with red kidney beans and various dry spices and the key ingredient being rajma masala powder.                   Rajma Masala powder is usually eaten with roti or rice but generally it is eaten with rice across North India. Rajma masala is something that is commonly made during breakfast or lunch or dinner . This Punjabi dish is an authentic recipe and one of the most liked dishes across north.                  The Rajma masala which I made is in the form of gravy and very juicy.  Rajma is a hindi…
  • Punjabi Chole Recipe, Chana Masala

    asiya
    14 May 2015 | 12:22 am
    Punjabi Chole Recipe is an authentic traditional Punjabi cuisine made with kabuli chana, a term for chick peas in English. This Punjabi delicacy that is chole is the most popular dish across North India.               When I first came across this dish I was a bit hesitant to go for it, but when I tasted it, I was really amazed at its wonderful taste. Punjabi Chole is mostly eaten with Bhature, a kind of poori/fried bread. Chole bhature is a perfect combination which can be had at anytime of the day.                 Punjabi Chole recipe can be made in different ways, some keep…
  • Toor Dal Recipe with Purslane Leaves,Kulfa Ki Katli Hyderabadi

    asiya
    9 May 2015 | 11:47 pm
    Toor Dal Recipe is a dal made with yellow lentils and this dal is made by adding fresh green leafy vegetable called as purslane leaves in English lingo. These leaves are called as kulfa in Hyderabadi lingo.               The toor dal recipe also spelled as toovar is full of proteins and I highly recommend using dal or lentils as your daily diet as they contain lots of health benefits.              Kulfa Katli from Hyderabadi cuisine is a dal made usually in hyderabadi households and the aroma is lifted up by adding a bunch of kulfa leaves or the purslane leaves to the toor dal…
  • Tala Hua Gosht, Mutton Fry Recipe

    asiya
    3 May 2015 | 3:54 am
     Tala hua gosht is a Hyderabadi dish which is nothing but mutton fry taken as a starter or eaten along with dal and rice. It is an amazing mutton dish. This is one of my favorite Hyderabadi mutton recipes.                    The dish is a fried dish and ‘tala hua gosht’ term is a hindi version of mutton fry recipe. Tala hua gosht is most commonly dish made in Hyderabadi households.                 This dish is made by taking boneless mutton pieces and the mutton should be very fresh and cannot be made with bones attached to the mutton. Therefore tala hua gosht…
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    Natural Chow

  • The Best Gluten Free Meatloaf

    Margaret Anne
    27 May 2015 | 10:31 am
    This classic meatloaf with a gluten free twist is tender and bursting with flavor! Using ingredients you already have at home, you can get this dish in the oven in less than 10 minutes. This past Sunday, we went to church earlier in the day than usual.  But every week after church, we go to Publix to grab any groceries we need for the week along with flowers for the table. It was my week to make Sunday dinner, and I planned on making gluten free meatloaf with mashed potatoes and garlic butter sauteed green beans.  Well, less than a minute after leaving the parking lot, we were at a stop…
  • How to Freeze Strawberries

    Margaret Anne
    19 May 2015 | 8:48 am
    Learn all the tips and tricks on how to freeze strawberries for use all year long! It’s SO easy and takes less than 10 minutes to prepare before it goes into the freezer. I don’t usually like to show favoritism towards certain fruits, but right now, I’m a little in love with strawberries. Okay, a lot in love with strawberries. Ever since I shared that strawberry piña colada smoothie recipe a while back, I’ve been quite obsessed. And when I went strawberry picking with my aunt, I knew I HAD to freeze a ton of them to be used for that smoothie later on this year when…
  • Mocha Hazelnut Granola Cereal

    Margaret Anne
    13 May 2015 | 9:38 am
    Packed with dark chocolate coffee flavor, this mocha hazelnut granola is soon to become a breakfast staple. It’s crunchy, chocolaty, and super easy to make! Granola is starting to become my favorite breakfast food. I mean, I can practically whip it up in 5 minutes. Then it bakes for 45 minutes, whilst filling my house with the wonderful smells that granola produces, and then I have breakfast for 3-4 days. And I love those mornings where I can grab a double shot espresso out the fridge, pour milk over a bowl of granola, sit down at the table, and take in the morning. I also like to…
  • Easy Chocolate Covered Strawberries

    Margaret Anne
    5 May 2015 | 8:21 am
    These easy chocolate covered strawberries take less than 20 minutes to make and taste absolutely heavenly. Just 4 ingredients are all you need to make this tasty chocolaty treat! A few weeks ago, my family and my aunt went to a strawberry farm to pick strawberries. Because what else would you do at a strawberry farm. So we picked 4 gallons. Four flippin’ gallons of strawberries, you guys!!! One gallon went to my aunt and the other three came home with us.  I’ve been wanting to make chocolate covered strawberries for the longest time, but our garden never yields enough…
  • A Virtual Baby Shower + Giveaway

    Margaret Anne
    22 Apr 2015 | 6:23 am
    Today is an especially fun day!  I have joined up with 16 other bloggers to throw a virtual baby shower for our friend and fellow blogger, Michelle of Healthy Recipe Ecstasy.    Meet Michelle, Alexander and hubby, Alasdair. Aren’t they a gorgeous family! That little baby is one of the cutest I’ve ever seen—I am not joking when I say I want to dunk him in my coffee. Congratulations to you all and especially to baby Alex!
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    Weelicious

  • Vegetarian Calzones

    Catherine McCord
    28 May 2015 | 8:45 am
    What’s a mom to do when she’s got a bounty of summer vegetables like sweet onions, kale, mushrooms and bell peppers? Turn it into irresistible Veggie Calzones of course! Ask anyone their top five foods and I’m willing to bet that pizza is on their list. There’s just something about it that feels heart warming and a special treat no matter the time of day or year. But fold that delicious pizza dough over homemade pizza sauce, cheese and veggies and you’ve got a Veggie Calzone that’s perfect for picking up and munching. This is a really fun recipe to make as a family too. Just roll…
  • Garlic Bread Video

    C. McCord
    26 May 2015 | 8:45 am
    What’s a classic side to serve with spaghetti and a salad? In our house and at family dinners growing up if the Garlic Bread was missing, it just wasn’t dinner. All of the kids would huddle around the buffet table just waiting for the warm garlic bread to come out of the oven and placed in big baskets. I’m pretty sure my brother John’s plate had 6 pieces of bread and a minuscule amount of salad and spaghetti, but how could you possibly resist something that smells and tastes so delicious. To make this recipe all you need is really good quality french or Italian bread (this is the time…
  • Strawberry Sunflower Smoothie

    C. McCord
    22 May 2015 | 8:45 am
    If you love the classic combination of peanut butter and jelly this Strawberry Sunflower Smoothie is right up your alley! Ever since Kenya declared his commitment to being a vegetarian I’ve tried to ensure he still gets enough protein in his body. By adding sunflower butter (also known as sun butter) to this smoothie he gets a protein packed punch that provides a great start to his day or serves as a nutritious after school snack. You can certainly use a nut butter in this recipe such as almond, peanut, soy or cashew, but there’s something we love about using sunflower butter (which also…
  • How to Freeze Foods Video

    C. McCord
    19 May 2015 | 8:45 am
    If you stop for a moment to think about all of the foods that go to waste in your fridge on a weekly basis it can be incredibly frustrating, if not downright sad (as a country we shamefully waste almost 40% of our food supply). There’s nothing I hate more than tossing into the composter or garbage food which could have been easily frozen and consumed weeks, if not months, later had only I frozen them before their expiration. Fortunately, over the years I have learned to become a model freezer. It means that anytime I’m feeling lazy or haven’t been to the grocery in a while I can simply…
  • Microwave Mug Double Chocolate Brownie

    C. McCord
    18 May 2015 | 8:45 am
    There are certain All-American desserts that are a right of passage for kids. Take chocolate brownies. Whenever I was at a bake sale as a kid — which was often — even when every dessert known to man was in evidence on the table, I always grabbed for that gorgeous square of chocolate — the brownie. I’ve never been a nut girl when it comes to my brownie add-ins. For me it’s all about the chocolate. These days I usually make Whole Wheat Double Chocolate Brownie Bites and classic Chocolate Brownies (without refined sugar), but I am always looking to try new brownie concoctions. The…
 
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    Arousing Appetites

  • ‘Otai: Tongan Coconut Watermelon Drink

    Cyrus Roepers
    27 May 2015 | 7:58 am
    Sometimes, it’s not specific dishes that stand out in a cuisine. No, sometimes it’s the drinks that are the true stars of the show. For the Tongan cuisine, there are two drinks in particular. First, there’s ‘otai, or a delicious coconut watermelon drink, which is the focal point of the recipe for this post. And then... Read More » Come see the full ‘Otai: Tongan Coconut Watermelon Drink post on Arousing Appetites.
  • Dovi: Zimbabwean Peanut Stew

    Heather Rodgers
    22 May 2015 | 7:13 am
    For the both of us, one of the most valuable perks of preparing these posts is the opportunity to learn the lesser known histories of the cultures we cook. To say the least, we had limited insight into the history of Zimbabwe and how a dish like Dovi came to be. Little did we know that, even... Read More » Come see the full Dovi: Zimbabwean Peanut Stew post on Arousing Appetites.
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    My Real Food Family

  • 5 Minute Salsa (the easiest recipe ever)

    MyRealFoodFamily
    20 May 2015 | 3:45 am
    This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #HuntsFreshTwists #CollectiveBias One of the biggest complaints I hear from people about clean eating is that they don’t like fruits and vegetables and can’t seem to add them to their diet.  One of the first foods I suggest is salsa.  No, seriously – salsa is a great way to get a healthy heaping of fruits and vegetables in your diet.  Salsa is so easy to make and customize to your exact taste (at my house, I like a milder, sweeter flavor while Mr. Real Food likes it…
  • Unplug. Pop. Connect.

    MyRealFoodFamily
    13 May 2015 | 7:22 pm
    This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of JOLLY TIME Pop Corn for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine. Things have been pretty crazy around my house for the past several months.  My life is pretty busy as it is between my full time job, 2 blogs, and marathon training.  I really can’t fit much more into my schedule without giving up sleep.  On top of my regular busy schedule, I’ve got one daughter graduating from high school in 4 weeks and the other getting married in 2 weeks.  Oh, and then I had to have my appendix taken out last month.  To say that I could use a…
  • Ultimate Collection of Vegetarian and Vegan Recipes

    MyRealFoodFamily
    13 May 2015 | 3:00 am
    My family has recently tried to eat a vegetarian diet.  Prior to this, our meals were all centered around the meat as the main course.  That made transitioning to a plant-based diet a little challenging.  But as we got used to not having meat as the star of the plate, we realized how many delicious dishes there were that had no meat in them.  So I thought I’d gather up some vegetarian and vegan recipes that will make you not miss meat at all! Main Dishes Vegetarian Lasagna Quinoa Veggie Stir Fry Oatly Sweet Potato and Chickpea Curry with Lemongrass Vegetarian Moroccan Inspired…
  • Tex Mex Quinoa

    MyRealFoodFamily
    11 May 2015 | 3:00 am
    Since trying quinoa a few years ago and making it a regular part of our diet, I’ve been looking for different ways to make it.  I’ve added it to soups, side dishes, substituted it for rice and even used it in brownies.  It’s just versatile and such a great source of protein.  Add in the fact that it’s quick and easy to prepare and it’s going to show up on my meal plan quite often.  With this recipe, I wanted to put a Tex Mex spin on it since we love Mexican food around here.  And this hit the spot!  It made a great main dish for us since it was so thick and…
  • Summer Grilling Tips

    MyRealFoodFamily
    21 Apr 2015 | 2:37 am
    This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Char-Broil for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine. Summer grilling time is here! After the long, cold winter we had, I’m super excited to be able to spend some time outdoors. And since Mr. Real Food loves to grill, it’s the perfect time to let him do the cooking while I relax by the pool. To help you get the best out of your grilled foods, I wanted to share these grilling tips with you along with my favorite grilling recipe! Don’t put food on too early. Make sure the grill is fully heated before adding food. For wood and…
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    The Tastes of India

  • The First Step to Succeed In Food Blogging – Niche Research

    Dilip
    26 May 2015 | 1:16 pm
    A new blog is born on the internet every half a second. About 95% of these don’t go through to the second month because of obvious reasons. But that doesn’t deter anyone from starting a blog. And in fact it shouldn’t. Because if you know how to run with your blog, then there is no reason why your blog cannot be on the top 100 blogs on the blogosphere. Talk about recipe blogs and the story is not any different. They are in thousands on the internet. And there are a few more thousand that gets added everyday. So how do you stand out from the crowd? What do you do so that your…
  • Kasi Halwa – How to Make White Pumpkin Halwa

    Puja
    24 May 2015 | 10:29 am
    Kasi Halwa Halwa is a North Indian sweet dish. While there is another sweet called by the same name in South India (read Kerala), it is an entirely different thing from the Halwa of the North India. The first thing that comes to my mind when I hear the word “Halwa” is Bollywood movies. Most Hindi movies from the 70s until the 90s has a mention of Halwa or, Motichur ke laddoo, when it comes to a scene where someone announces something good, happy or, auspicious. Though things have changed now and happy news in recent movies kicks off celebrations in the form of a few bottles of beer or,…
  • Muringakka Leaves Dal – How to make Drumstick Leaves Curry

    Puja
    19 May 2015 | 2:56 am
    Muringakka Leaves Dal – Off all the things that I like about Kerala, this is what I like the most – the tongue twisters. It is said that Malayalam is one of the most difficult languages in India. There are a few alphabets which are very typical to Malayalam and are absolute tongue twisters. Drum Stick, known as “Muringakaay” in Malayalam is a favorite vegetable in Kerala. It is used in Sambhar and many other recipes as well. But this recipe is not about Drum Stick. Instead it is about Drum Stick leaves. Not too many people use it, but it is a very nutritious and healthy food, just…
  • Radish Yogurt Raita

    Puja
    14 May 2015 | 11:25 pm
    For a North Indian, no dinner is complete without a raita. As a kid, the last part of our dinner would usually be curd mixed with rice and sugar. If we did not end it that way, we felt as if our dinner was incomplete. Even today you will find curd being served at the end of any dinner party, mostly in marriage parties in Bihar. We never bothered making raitas. Curd in the raw form was what we preferred. It was when I moved into Delhi that I got the first taste of raita and I learned that it was a part of the Punjabi culture there. Just as it was in Bihar, where raw curd and sugar was served…
  • 10 Minute Recipes – How to make Easy Banana Milkshake Recipe

    Puja
    11 May 2015 | 11:25 pm
    Who doesn’t like a milk shake? I still remember one of those ads that we saw as kids, which showed a FREE shake bottle along with Nescafe. And we as kids were so impressed and did everything possible to convince our parents to buy it. Being a tea-drinking family, coffee was not a preferred drink at home. But finally they agreed. And by the time they agreed, the offer was gone and we felt as if we missed winning a lottery by a whisker. The easiest form of shake that we could make as kids was either a coffee shake or, a milk shake. Add a few ice cubes into the milk, put a couple of teaspoons…
 
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    Good Cake Food

  • Fastest-ever lemon pudding

    27 May 2015 | 4:14 am
    Prep:5 minsCook:4 minsPlus 1 minute restingEasyServes 4 By Good Food  Magazine subscription – 3 issues for £3Being short of time needn't stop you making your own pudding. This microwave-friendly sponge pudding is ready in 10 minutes and can easily be a chocolate pud tooIngredients100g caster sugar100g softened butter100g self-raising flour2 eggszest 1 lemon1 tsp vanilla essence4 tbsp lemon curdcrème fraîche or ice cream, to serveRead recipe ingredients and preparationRecipe from Good Food magazine, March 2008
  • Yogurt Cake with Strawberries and Cream

    25 May 2015 | 7:50 pm
    Taken from "Yogurt Cake with Strawberries & Cream" from PastrystudioStrawberry season is upon us!  There is truly nothing like the onset of spring and the first appearance of gorgeous strawberries.  Their bright red color and luscious flavor are a most welcome addition to our pastry toolbox.  They are the first to appear in our long and lovely parade of fresh fruit this time of year, so each spring I know I have to begin the celebration with strawberries. As usual, I like to keep things simple.  Strawberries need no fancy work up.  A simple cake and some…
  • Japanese Cheesecake

    24 May 2015 | 6:23 pm
    Ingredients140g/5 oz. fine granulated sugar 6 egg whites 6 egg yolks 1/4 tsp. cream of tartar 50g/2 oz. butter 250g/9 oz. cream cheese 100 ml/3 fluid oz. fresh milk 1 tbsp. lemon juice 60g/2 oz. cake flour /superfine flour 20g/1 oz. cornflour (cornstarch) 1/4 tsp. saltRead recipe ingredients and preparationThis cheesecake really lives up to it's name. It is very light and soft. My family and friends like it and I hope you do too.
  • Sponge cake with the Thermomix

    23 May 2015 | 3:02 pm
    The sponge cake is one of the essential preparations pastry that forms the basis of Italian cakes and many desserts. Among the basic characteristics of the finished product there are the sponginess and softness, which are obtained only through a correct and precise execution methodology and, remember, without the use of yeast, but only by mounting long the eggs with the sugar until the typical texture tape.Read recipe ingredients and preparationThere are different techniques to get a good sponge cake (mainly hot and cold), the following we describe how to prepare it in a simple way by using…
  • Tart with soft basis

    17 May 2015 | 9:19 am
    When it comes to fruit tart, she leaps to mind a classic of Italian pastry tradition: the pastry. This time, however, will not be so! This time the basis of our tart turns into a soft lemon base!Soft lemon tart filled with custard and covered with fresh fruit: strawberries and kiwi. A fresh and particularly suitable for the summer season, ideal for breakfast in the morning, it is to be served as dessert after meals.Read recipe ingredients and preparationLeave your comment, and share it with your friends if you like.
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    Bread & With It

  • Homemade Raspberry Jam

    Laurel Blow
    14 May 2015 | 7:00 am
    Just in time for the upcoming berry seasons, we are cleaning out our homemade raspberry jam stash! For this last batch we picked about 18 pounds of raspberries, which ended up making 30 canning jars of homemade raspberry jam. I have not purchased jam from the store in two years. Our shelves are always stocked. … Continue reading Homemade Raspberry Jam → The post Homemade Raspberry Jam appeared first on Bread & With It.
  • 2015 April Income Report

    Laurel Blow
    12 May 2015 | 4:55 pm
    There was a decent about of things keeping me from the website this month! I’m glad to be back here writing up this income report. There was quite a dip this month from last, and I blame it solely on pageviews. I was spending more time doing other things instead of promoting. Promoting your blog … Continue reading 2015 April Income Report → The post 2015 April Income Report appeared first on Bread & With It.
  • Raspberry Brie Appetizer

    Laurel Blow
    12 May 2015 | 7:00 am
    Warm brie topped with a homemade raspberry jam makes a beautiful display. It has a rustic look to it, and I plan to make this a center piece for an up n’ coming friendly gathering! Raspberry brie looks awesome, and tastes even better. I first discovered this amazing combination in a small town named Leavenworth. It was a … Continue reading Raspberry Brie Appetizer → The post Raspberry Brie Appetizer appeared first on Bread & With It.
  • Mother’s Day 2015

    Laurel Blow
    10 May 2015 | 12:33 pm
    Hey guys! I just want to take a minute to say Happy Mother’s Day to my mom! She is my rock, go to person for everything, cheerleader, and hero! I love my mom with all of my heart. With her whole heart, she has always put my sister and I first. She is a woman … Continue reading Mother’s Day 2015 → The post Mother’s Day 2015 appeared first on Bread & With It.
  • Cucumber Cups

    Laurel Blow
    7 May 2015 | 7:00 am
    Would you look at these beautiful cucumber cups? They are filled with two different types of humus, roasted garlic and beat. Beat humus is quite delicious actually. It’s sweet! These cucumber cups are quick, easy and healthy. The make a gorgeous presentation for your appetizer display. With these on display you will wow your dinner … Continue reading Cucumber Cups → The post Cucumber Cups appeared first on Bread & With It.
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    Gourmet Project

  • Arugula Recipes: the Italian Salad

    Claudia Rinaldi
    28 May 2015 | 3:35 am
    This is one of the most delicious Italian arugula recipes. Easy, fresh, sweet, cheesy... - Questa è una delle ricette italiane con la rucola più deliziose. The post Arugula Recipes: the Italian Salad appeared first on Gourmet Project.
  • In the Cast Iron Skillet: Spring Potatoes & Italian Agretti Recipe

    Claudia Rinaldi
    25 May 2015 | 1:32 am
    An easy & delicious agretti recipe for your spring cooking. - Una ricetta facile e deliziosa per i tuoi agretti primaverili! The post In the Cast Iron Skillet: Spring Potatoes & Italian Agretti Recipe appeared first on Gourmet Project.
  • Matcha & Mozzarella Stuffed Zucchini Blossoms

    Claudia Rinaldi
    22 May 2015 | 12:11 am
    Delicious stuffed zucchini blossoms will spice up your Spring. You will fall in love with veggies & matcha &... - Deliziosi fiori di zucca ripieni per speziare la tua primavera. The post Matcha & Mozzarella Stuffed Zucchini Blossoms appeared first on Gourmet Project.
  • Oregano & Strawberry Salad Dressing

    Claudia Rinaldi
    19 May 2015 | 11:09 pm
    feel-the-stawberries salad dressing - condimento per insalate al vero sapore di fragole! The post Oregano & Strawberry Salad Dressing appeared first on Gourmet Project.
  • The Italic Interviews: Tieghan from Half Baked Harvest

    Claudia Rinaldi
    17 May 2015 | 10:53 pm
    Here's what Tieghan from Half Baked Harvest tells us about Italian Food! - Ecco cosa ci racconta della cucina italiana Tieghan di Half Baked Harvest! The post The Italic Interviews: Tieghan from Half Baked Harvest appeared first on Gourmet Project.
 
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    The Yummy Lounge

  • Easy Mango Lassi | How To Make Mango Lassi Recipe

    The Yummy Lounge
    28 May 2015 | 5:27 am
    Mango Lassi                Lassi is popular traditional yoghurt or curd based drink in India especially in Punjab. It can be salty or sweet in taste. Mango Lassi is one type of sweet lassi. It is also known as Aam Ki Lassi                Mango Lassi is very easy to make at home. It is made from mangoes, curd, milk and sugar. You can top up it with fresh cream as well. Mango should be ripe. You can also adjust sugar as per your taste. It is the best drink or beverage in…
  • Mango Jam | How To Make Mango Jam

    The Yummy Lounge
    25 May 2015 | 8:36 am
    Easy Homemade Mango Jam                Mangoes are loved by worldwide. Mango Jam is also loved by each and every person, by all aged person especially by kids.                If you have many ripe mangoes and do not know the best uses of mangoes before they become overripe. Make Mango Jam. Yes, to make mango jam, ripe mangoes are needed.                 Mango jam is very easy to make. It is made from…
  • Mango Milk Shake

    The Yummy Lounge
    22 May 2015 | 7:59 am
    Mango Milk Shake                Mango Milk Shake is one of the popular Shakes loved by everyone.  No one can say no to Mango Milk Shake.                If you love Mango Milk Shake, try to make it at your home. It is very easy to make. You can make it in few minutes.                This Mango Milk Shake is very creamy, smooth, healthy and rich in flavor milk shake. It is made from mango, sugar…
  • Mango Pasta

    The Yummy Lounge
    19 May 2015 | 5:37 am
    Mango Pasta Dessert Recipe                Mango is a national fruit of India and most of South Asian Countries. It is a tropical fruit. Pasta is a traditionally Italian Cuisine staple food.                Here is a unique fusion dessert recipemade from Indian cuisine and Italian cuisine. It is called Mango Pasta. Sounds strange? But this is really creamy and yummy dessert. This is kids’ recipe. Kids will love this. This is perfect for kids’ party.
  • Eggless Mango Mousse

    The Yummy Lounge
    15 May 2015 | 10:31 am
    Eggless Mango Mousse                Mousse is light and fluffy creamy thick textured prepared food of French Cuisine. It can be savory or sweet. Dessert mousse is made from whipped egg whites. Eggless dessert mousse is made from whipped cream.                 Mango Mousse is an eggless and vegetarian dessert mousse. It is a great combination of whipped cream, mango and sugar.                 This…
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    Mom's Recipes Handbook

  • Muskmelon Milkshake Cursted Recipe How to Prepare

    26 May 2015 | 8:41 pm
        This May in my place it is so hot and windy and we people are in continuous search for various thirst quenchers. Bountiful amounts of fresh muskmelon is available in our-nearby fruit shops till now. Nowadays varied varieties of muskmelon are available in the market, with different color, outer texture and even shapes. My amma would love to make this muskmelon milkshake often as it is very easy!! she enjoys making it and would always expect positive reception from others. Chilled muskmelon milkshake definitely tastes great and I use honey instead of sugar which blends well…
  • Tomato Shorba Soup Recipe How to Prepare

    25 May 2015 | 6:43 pm
        Hi friends.... Today different and  tasty soup "Tomato  Shorba".... Shorba  is soup, a spicy version of the some what bland concoction that precedes the main course at mealtimes. Its roots are in ancient Persia, a reference to the salted, boiling vegges water was cooked.  Shorba arrived in India along with the sumptuous cuisine of the Mughals. Soon, vegetarian India reinvented it in a variety of avatars. The best thing about shorba is the ease of preparation and its versatility. Typically, a vegetarian shorba (veggies boiled water I use in this soup) is…
  • Green Leaves Roti Recipe Indian Style How to Prepare

    24 May 2015 | 7:16 pm
        Hi friends, today one morning break fast or night dinner to eat this "Mixture Green Roti"... In this roti I use 3 types leaves, 1. Fenugreek leaves, 2. Coriander leaves, 3. Spinach leaves... its light as well as healthy. And also good to eat for children who don’t like greens, especially fenugreek….. this way you can incorporate some greens in their diet. Along with fenugreek you can also add some other greens like garden leaves or amaranth in the dough. If you are thinking to visit a place at longer distance along with family, this will be one of the home made items…
  • Papaya Milkshake With Ice Cream Recipe How to Prepare

    24 May 2015 | 4:36 am
          Hi friends..... Today, I am filled with joy. Not only because Spring is finally very, very near, but because a lot of great things have happened in the past few weeks. My Marriage! in this month 29 th... May... So I am so busy in this time we went to shopping, buy some marriage purchasing.... oooowwhhhh... In hot summer am so tired... So am prepare cool "Papaya Milkshake" in hot summer.... Its so relaxation for me in hot........ After making my Papaya milk shake, I used the balance half papaya for a breakfast smoothie drink the following day – Papaya…
  • Bread Uttapam South Indian Break fast Recipe

    23 May 2015 | 7:03 pm
          Hi good morning to all... Today one different and interesting recipe "Bread Uttapam"..... 'Uttapam' is a popular South Indian dish. Uttapam is a famous South Indian breakfast and is usually made with dosa batter which needs significant prep work Bread Uttapam, on the other hand, is instant and easy to make. Not to mention it tastes delicious. Uttapam is a thick dosa, or pancake, with vegetables cooked over skillet. . This recipe of making bread uttapam is really easy and quick as the batter does not need to be fermented and all the ingredients are easily…
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    A Side of Sweet

  • Pisco Cocktail with Anise Simple Syrup

    Kelly Egan
    21 May 2015 | 5:41 am
    Pisco is a spirit made from distilled grape wine. In this pretty cocktail, it’s paired with an anise simple syrup that gives just the right bite without being overpowering. Part of being a great hostess is having what I call a back pocket cocktail. You know, a signature recipe you have in your back pocket for entertaining. We always have a stash of wine and good beer on hand, but there’s just something about mixing up a great cocktail that makes any gathering an occasion. Pisco is popping up in cocktails everywhere right now. Formerly, this spirit that was traditionally…
  • DIY Teva Sandals + San Francisco Workshop!

    Kelly Egan
    18 May 2015 | 5:04 am
    I’m a huge fan of Teva sandals. They are my go anywhere adventure foot wear of choice. I was absolutely over the moon when I found out that they are doing workshops around the country that allow Teva fans to customize their Tevas with everything from embroidery thread to Swarovski crystals. You heard that right – now you can add Swarovski bling to you straps! How cool is that? For all you San Francisco peeps, there is a DIY Teva workshop in San Francisco this Saturday at Shoe Biz in Noe Valley from 11am to 3pm. I’m partnering with Teva to host the event. If you’re…
  • How to Carb Load + Zappos Bay to Breakers

    Kelly Egan
    11 May 2015 | 5:05 am
    Tips for carb loading, plus an easy pasta recipe that is great for carb loading before Bay to Breakers or your next race. Add healthy protein in an unexpected way by using Greek yogurt instead of heavy cream or cheese! You guys, I can’t even tell you how excited I am! San Francisco Zappos Bay to Breakers is coming up this weekend. Bay to Breakers is a 12K race that spans the city – from the Bay to Ocean Beach (where the breakers crash). B2B is a running event that encompasses everything I love about this amazing city. It’s flamboyant, colorful, over-the-top and a…
  • Macy’s American Icons Event

    Kelly Egan
    8 May 2015 | 6:04 am
    Just a quick one for you today guys! I just wanted to give you a heads up about a fun event that’s happening this weekend in San Francisco and other locations around the country. I hope you’ll join me at Macy’s Union Square from 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm this Saturday, May 16th for an awesome event. Macy’s and Got Your 6 are celebrating American icons all over the country just in time for Armed Service Day! The San Francisco Union Square Macy’s will be host to Pitch Perfect 2 and The Mindy Project costume designer Salvador Perez. The event starts with a fashion show…
  • Greek Yogurt Buttermilk Biscuits

    Kelly Egan
    4 May 2015 | 5:05 am
    Traditional buttermilk biscuits get a tasty and tangy upgrade with the addition of Greek yogurt! It’s a great way to add a bit of healthy protein in an unexpected way. I think I’m one of those people who gets less done when they aren’t completely overstretched and overcommitted. This past month has been a relatively light one at work and I haven’t had a ton of side projects going on either. Turns out, my sleep ‘sweet spot’ without setting an alarm is nine hours. Who has time to sleep nine hours? Turns out I do. Guess what’s not getting done when I…
 
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    Rainstorms and Love Notes

  • 10 Recipes for National Strawberry Month

    ashleynevis
    22 May 2015 | 4:00 am
    I just found out that May is National Strawberry Month! I wish I would have known sooner in the month, since strawberries are one of my favorite fruits, and I could have been eating them like crazy. Including today, we still have 10 days to celebrate though, so I wanted to share 10 of my favorite strawberry recipes with you guys. That’s one for every day, if you’re feeling ambitious! 1. Oatmeal Pancakes with Strawberry Sauce To date, this is one of my favorite recipes that I’ve ever posted. The pancakes are easy to make and hearty, thanks to the oats, and the strawberry…
  • Four Things

    ashleynevis
    20 May 2015 | 4:00 am
    I love reading and writing these fun introduction-type posts that sometimes float around the blogging world, so I thought it was about time to jump on the “four” themed one I’ve been seeing. Four jobs I’ve had: 1. Hallmark Cashier 2. Video Store Clerk 3. Executive Assistant 4. Copywriter Four things in my bag: 1. Trident Layers Candy Cane gum 2. Bath & Body Works Berry Sangria hand sanitizer 3. ChapStick Cake Batter lip balm 4. A blogging ideas notebook Four movies I’ve watched more than once: 1. Home Alone 2 2. Amelie 3. (500) Days of Summer 4. Little Shop…
  • Beef Taco Bake

    ashleynevis
    17 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Ok seriously, how is it already past the halfway point in May?? I can hardly believe that June is just around the corner and that it’s already time for the next edition of Secret Recipe Club! This month I was assigned Little Bit of Everything, which is written by Julie. I had so much fun looking around her recipes, and once it gets colder again, I can’t wait to try out her White Chili. Also, I’m pretty sure that TJ would go nuts for her Snickerdoodle Bars, so those will be happening in my kitchen sooner or later. For the SRC reveal this month, I decided to make her Taco…
  • Baked Cinnamon Mini Doughnuts

    ashleynevis
    15 May 2015 | 4:00 am
    For Christmas, my mom gave us several really cool kitchen gadgets that I was so excited to use right away. The only problem was that the day before we opened the gifts, our house flooded and we didn’t actually have a kitchen anymore. That meant that all of our fun new gadgets were stored away for the next three months, which was a bummer. So, now that we’re back in our house and actually settled in, I’m finally getting to try everything out! One of the first things I wanted to try was a mini doughnut pan, so I made these tasty little cinnamon doughnuts. I dipped a couple of…
  • Recently Read: April 2015

    ashleynevis
    13 May 2015 | 4:00 am
    Last month, I think I found my new favorite author (Taylor Jenkins Reid), so I’d say it was a great month for reading. I’m excited to be linking up with the Show Us Your Books link-up this month, that Erin told me about! What You Wish For by Kerry Reichs This book is about several different characters and their journeys to having (or not having) kids. At first, it was kind of hard to keep track of the characters, because there were so many of them, but eventually I was able to remember who was dealing with what, and I ended up liking it. I also enjoyed seeing how, over time, the…
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    Whole Food Republic

  • Smoked Salmon and Lemon Risotto‏

    Elle
    26 May 2015 | 11:00 pm
    Growing up in the Pacific Northwest, I am biased when it comes to things that involve salmon. We do love our fish, especially our salmon and take it very, very seriously. When I am asked “what is typical West Coast cuisine?”, well I would undoubtedly say that it’s known for its seafood and healthy, fresh, local foods. Think simplicity, clear flavors with the possibility of infusing some Asian influence into it. And when it comes to fish, salmon is the ingredient that most readily comes to mind. Salmon is rarely just ‘salmon’. We have wild alderwood smoked salmon, jerky,…
  • Pecan Rhubarb Muffins

    Elle
    26 May 2015 | 1:12 pm
    These delicious and healthy muffins are made with nutty wholegrain spelt flour, Greek yogurt, tangy rhubarb and crunchy pecans. They are perfect for breakfast or as on-the-go snack.  For these muffins, I used unrefined whole grain spelt flour. Spelt is an ancient grain related to wheat that has a fabulous nutty and complex flavor. Compared to traditional wheat flours, it offers a wider range of nutrients, has one of the highest dietary fiber contents of wheat varieties, and is easier on the digestive system due relatively low gluten content when compared to whole wheat flour and even…
  • Persimmon & Watercress Salad with Rhubarb-Ginger Dressing

    Elle
    24 May 2015 | 10:00 am
    I love creative salads. This one is just that. Inspired by the wonderful assortment of fresh farm produce, abundance of spring herbs, and exotic fruit sold at the farmers market, this salad is a mix of sweet persimmons, peppery watercress, bitter and spicy radicchio, plus a little fresh mint and chives, all tossed together in a tangy, sweet and sour rhubarb dressing and topped with buttery yet crunchy, and delicious toasted cashew nuts. Watercress with the roots still attached In season right now, as with rhubarb, watercress can be found fresh in good greengrocers or at the farmers’…
  • Spring Couscous Salad with Asparagus and Artichokes

    Elle
    22 May 2015 | 10:00 am
    You may have noticed by now that I am a huge salad fan. I eat them every day — not only is this insanely healthy but it also inspires me to come up with new and delicious salads ideas, which by the way, if you are looking for the perfect spring salad, then you are in luck. This delicious bowl of goodness is seriously tasty. It’s packed with bright green and crisp tender asparagus, tangy sliced marinated artichoke hearts, sweet cherry tomatoes and spring green onions, all tossed together with light, fluffy couscous, then infused in fresh basil and lemon flavors. This is the kind of…
  • Königin-Pasteten (Vol-au-vent) with a Creamy Veal and Mushroom Ragout

    Elle
    22 May 2015 | 10:00 am
    As a main meal or finger food, it’s representative of a traditional German or French dish made for special occasions or to celebrate a festive time of year. Armed with this information, and a festive occasion (my birthday), that was my wish. Königin-Pasteten with a creamy veal and mushroom ragout. It was a Monday night and I was looking for a break from dining out. Since we suffer fabulously from that thing called city living in Europe, we live within the confines of small maze of Jungenstil walls with old world flare, but sadly no balcony to speak of. So my favorite Schwabe and I have…
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    Prolific Pantry

  • Pea-Walnut Puree

    Courtney Buchanan
    24 May 2015 | 6:22 pm
    Once a month, I help out with the culinary demos as a volunteer with CUESA (Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture). Renowned chefs and cookbook authors come to share a recipe — and samples — with the public, and as a volunteer, I work alongside them to prepare the recipe. A couple weeks ago Sascha Weiss, the executive chef at The Plant Cafe in San Francisco, prepared a delicious chickpea panisse with roasted asparagus, maitake mushrooms and pea-pistachio puree. The entire dish was flavorful, but the puree in particular inspired me to start making more purees and…
  • Roasted Cauliflower Steak with Quinoa

    Courtney Buchanan
    11 May 2015 | 3:01 pm
    Vegetarians rejoice because you can have steak too — it’s just a different kind of steak. I’ve often read cauliflower steak recipes and thought It sounds so simple, yet the presentation is of restaurant caliber. This rendition uses all parts of the cauliflower to make a cauliflower puree that’s simple yet elegant. Ingredients: > 1 head cauliflower, cut into 1-inch thick “steaks” > 2 tablespoons olive oil > salt and pepper > 1 cup quinoa > 1 leek, rinsed and sliced > 1 clove garlic, chopped Instructions: Cook the quinoa in 2 cups water over…
  • Caprese Quinoa Bake

    Courtney Buchanan
    8 May 2015 | 11:59 am
    While I love the flavors of pizza and pasta, I’m not always in the mood to eat that many white carbs or order an entire serving. Plus, Italians love their large pasta dishes and “single-serve” pizzas are often more appropriate for two. This recipe brings Italian flavors to a dish with whole grains and less cheese than your classic pizza or pasta. It’s easy to cook and makes great leftovers for lunch or dinner the next day. Ingredients: > 1 tablespoon olive oil > 15-ounce tomato sauce > 2 cups cherry tomatoes, halved > 1/2 teaspoon garlic salt > 1/2…
  • Hearts of Palm and Avocado Salad

    Courtney Buchanan
    24 Apr 2015 | 4:39 pm
    A couple weeks ago, I had a delicious meal at La Bodeguita del Medio in Palo Alto and was inspired by a simple yet flavorful salad. The Palmitos salad is composed of hearts of palm, frisee, avocado, red grapefruit, sugared walnuts and a lime vinaigrette. The combination of flavors was both refreshing and filling, so I decided to try to recreate the salad. It’s slightly different and combined with a recipe from Food & Wine — plus some of my personal touches. Not only is this salad delicious, it’s easy to throw together in the office, given that the ingredients are pre-cut.
  • Portobello Mushroom Stuffed with Herbed Goat Cheese

    Courtney Buchanan
    23 Mar 2015 | 8:49 pm
    Portobello mushrooms aren’t a crowd pleaser by any means. In fact, many people can’t think about choosing that over steak (often the two choices at formal events). But for those of us who prefer portobellos over a piece of meat, it’s refreshing to find a recipe that truly plays to a portobello mushrooms strengths and brings out all the right flavors and textures. This recipe, which features several components that pair well together, is simple in execution, yet complex in flavor. Ingredients: > 2 tablespoons walnuts > 1/4 cup fresh parsley, leaves separated from stems…
 
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    Restaurant Recipes - Popular Restaurant Recipes you can make at Home: Copykat.com

  • Butter Poached Fish

    Stephanie
    26 May 2015 | 6:57 pm
    Butter poached monkfish became a favorite of mine during a trip to Disney a few years back. This is a simple cooking method for fish that will become a favorite of yours soon. Sure, a lot of people butter poach lobster, but you can butter poach any type of fish.I bet I know what you are thinking, how can you butter poach fish? Butter poaching is a very easy method of cooking fish. This may seem like a difficult way to cook, but I promise, this is simple cooking which will give you maximum flavor. I like to season my butter with a touch of lemon juice, and a small shallot diced up. The fish…
  • Pulled Pork Recipe

    Stephanie
    17 May 2015 | 8:47 am
    Love pulled pork? This pulled pork recipe can be made in either a slow cooker, or a pressure cooker. Either cooking method will give you a flavorful roast you will find hard to resist.Pulled pork is so easy to prepare with a pressure cooker. I personally love my Instant Pot. I use it for rice, beans, roast, short ribs, I have even made macaroni and cheese in my instant pot. This is a great way to cook meat during the summer. By using a pressure cooker you won’t heat up your kitchen by cooking in your oven. It also costs less in electricity to use an electric cooker.For this recipe I…
  • Stouffers Macaroni and Cheese Recipe

    Stephanie
    10 May 2015 | 3:49 pm
    Stouffers Macaroni and Cheese recipe has always been a favorite of mine. I have long wanted to put together a recipe for this classic dish just for you. This copycat Stouffers Macaroni Cheese recipe is made completely from scratch. I know a lot of people want to cut out preservatives and they still want to enjoy their favorite flavors. This recipe uses a couple of types of cheese, and has a wonderful cheese flavor. This casserole then gets baked in the oven and the top can get the wonderful browned bits on top. I know now this dish typically get’s microwaved when you buy the frozen…
  • Captain Ds Cole Slaw

    Stephanie
    3 May 2015 | 8:51 am
    Captain Ds Cole Slaw is a favorite of mine. Whenever people talk about their guilty pleasures, this would be one of mine. Their creamy sweet and savory cole slaw is simple to make, and it tastes wonderful. The summer begs for picnics and cool and refreshing salads. Are you looking for an easy cole slaw recipe? This may be the one you like to dry. This recipe is made simply, chopped cabbage, chopped carrots, and a tangy slightly sweet sauce that is drizzled over these freshly chopped vegetables is hard to resist.I personally am a huge fan of Captain Ds. This is one of the few chain fish and…
  • Sweet and Sour Sauce

    Stephanie
    30 Apr 2015 | 6:28 am
    Restaurant Style Sweet and Sour sauce is very easy to make. I know that when you try making your own sweet and sour sauce you won’t buy another jar. It may seem like a mystery, you know, how to make sweet and sour sauce, but I promise it is very easy to do. You may even have the ingredients on hand if you want to make your own homemade sauce. One of the things I like most about recreating restaurant favorites is that you know exactly what you put in your own food. I know when you try this sauce you will be amazed at how much better it tastes than what you can buy in a jar.Unlike many…
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    In Wealth & Health

  • Blueberry Almond Vegan Protein Shake

    Jessa Nowak
    28 May 2015 | 11:06 pm
    For anyone who has tried to find a decent vegan protein powder, I’m sure you know where this is going. They’re just not that great. I recall a time where I purchased and returned multiple powders because I just couldn’t stand the taste.  While I was breastfeeding, I tried to limit my dairy consumption after finding out that my baby wasn’t taking too well to heavy use of dairy products. And, since I’m often an extremest, I eliminated cow’s milk protein all together. So began the hunt, as I wanted to continue having an occasional protein shake. Beware of…
  • Diarrhea Remedies, Causes, Dangers & Prevention Tips

    Jessa Nowak
    22 May 2015 | 11:53 pm
    Taking care of a 15 month old with watery diarrhea is not fun. It’s heartbreaking, actually. Having recently dealt with a week of illness not improving, I began to really worry. After all, a couple days of diarrhea is one thing, but going on a week with bad diarrhea is scary. All of a sudden, something that once was really not a big health scare in my mind became a BIG deal because it wasn’t getting better. Thank heavens, we are now back to regular, healthy, formed stools again! But due to this terrible flu, I’ll never look at diarrhea the same again. The post…
  • The Ultimate Cabbage Mix

    Jessa Nowak
    18 May 2015 | 11:05 pm
      Want to add flavor and crunch without adding fat or a ton of calories? With 3 simple ingredients, you can create an amazing topper for tacos, wraps, sandwiches. Adding this ultimate cabbage mix will transform your typical turkey and avocado wrap. It will bring to life that dull tofu taco. It will jazz up your run of the mill lunch or dinner. Plus, you can make the entire recipe for under $3.50 for the entire week!   What you will need: 1 package of coleslaw mix (16 oz), 1 bunch of green onions and 1 bunch of cilantro. Cabbage, The post The Ultimate Cabbage Mix appeared first on In…
  • How to Make the Most out of Life

    Jessa Nowak
    13 May 2015 | 5:59 pm
    Nothing is constant. Our days are numbered. And nothing evokes these feelings like death does. I recently heard the sad news that an old friend of mine from high school had passed away. Sure, when hearing of someone so young dying, most assume an accident . But not this time. This time, it was cancer. Cancer diagnosed in his late 20’s. Cancer that was caught too late to treat effectively. Being in the health field, the first thing that pops into my mind after the wave of shock and grief is, “what caused The post How to Make the Most out of Life appeared first on In Wealth &…
  • Walnut Pesto Chicken Salad

    Jessa Nowak
    10 May 2015 | 10:28 pm
    Looking for a new spin on chicken salad? Try this enormously healthy walnut pesto chicken salad! Healthy Never Tasted so Good Compared to the typical mayo-laden chicken salad, this one tastes 1,000 times better and is 1,000 times better for your health. Why? We have the walnut to thank. Walnuts are the only nut rich in alpha-linolenic acid (ALA). It’s a polyunsaturated fat that is only found in plants. The human body does not manufacture this important nutrient, so we must be deliberate in making sure our diet provides an adequate amount. Adults need 1-2 g of ALA/day, which can The post…
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    The Sweet Box - The Sweet Blog

  • Lemon Creme Pie Bars with Gingersnap Crust

    Carrie Louise
    25 May 2015 | 5:49 pm
    Most often, you'll find that lemon flavored desserts are either lacking in the lemon flavor department, or they are seriously over sweetened. To be delicious, they must have a nice balance of sweetness to tartness. Traditional lemon bars have a strange texture to me; the consistency is a bit to much like a 'gel,' and the crust is too floury. Being a bit of a perfectionist, I love when desserts have a nice, clean slice, with no ragged edges. These Lemon Creme Pie Bars meet all the requirements for the perfect lemon dessert. Creamy, refreshing, lemony, and just the right amount of sweetness.
  • Two Bowl Chocolate Fudge Cake

    Carrie Louise
    23 May 2015 | 7:27 pm
    This no-frills cake is made quickly, with no eggs and no butter, so it's actually vegan, and dairy free, if you're into that kind of thing. If you're not, don't worry, this cake is so dense and rich and chocolately, you won't miss a thing. You can make it in just one bowl, and there are no special steps involved. Frosting is optional, though I've never put anything on this cake, other than a dusting of powdered sugar. I call it the 'break-up cake' because similar to a pint of ice cream, you can just grab a fork and dig right in to this cake, straight from the pan, and eat all of your feelings…
  • Chocolate Peanut Brittle Cookies

    Carrie Louise
    12 May 2015 | 7:04 pm
    I'm always on the lookout for the perfect chocolate cookie. It's tough to make a good textured cookie when using melted chocolate in the batter. They often come out much to soft and cakey (think whoopie pie), or flat and crispy, or just not enough chocolate flavor. When I saw a photo of these cookies on The Sugar Hit, I was intrigued. If you're not already following her on Instagram, or getting her recipe emails, you're missing out! So after just a few small changes, and drastically reducing the size of each cookie, these lived up to my expectations. Crisp on the outside, thick, and almost…
  • Greek Yogurt and Blueberry Jam Pancakes

    Carrie Louise
    25 Apr 2015 | 3:19 pm
    I don't like strawberries, but I like strawberry jam. I don't like blueberries, but I like blueberry jam. In fact, other than bananas, pineapples and the occasional slice of watermelon, I don't really like fruit at all, but I eat it because I know it's healthy. So the typical recipe for blueberry pancakes, where you just dump fresh blueberries in the batter, doesn't appeal to me at all. So to get the flavor of the blueberries into these thick and fluffy pancakes, I use high quality blueberry jam. Not only does it turn the batter a fun blue color, but you get the fruity taste in every bite.
  • Mini Egg Brownie Tart

    Carrie Louise
    3 Apr 2015 | 6:34 pm
    Buying holiday candy is always a good idea, because since it's seasonal, and only available for a short time, you know it's fresh from the candy factory, and produced just for the occasion. I'd have to rank Reese's Reester Bunnies as my favorite Easter candy, but all things Cadbury come in tops, as well: Creme Eggs, all varieties, and of course, the sometimes harder to find, Mini Eggs! These uniquely crispy shells are filled with chocolate, and consumed by the dozens...for me, at least. Adding them to the inside, and top, of a fudge brownie, seemed like a logical next step. Use a store bought…
 
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    Unlimited Recipes

  • Chop Suey

    UnlimitedRecipes
    28 May 2015 | 8:16 pm
    Learn how to prepare the most delicious Chop Suey ever. Easy guide explaining step by step on how to prepare Chop Suey. The post Chop Suey appeared first on Unlimited Recipes.
  • Divinity

    UnlimitedRecipes
    28 May 2015 | 7:58 pm
    Guide explaining on how to prepare divinity cookies. The post Divinity appeared first on Unlimited Recipes.
  • Easy Bruschetta

    UnlimitedRecipes
    28 May 2015 | 7:43 pm
    Easy Bruschetta recipe. Step by step guide explaining how to prepare the most easy bruschetta ever. The post Easy Bruschetta appeared first on Unlimited Recipes.
  • Chinese Lemon Chicken

    UnlimitedRecipes
    28 May 2015 | 6:57 pm
    In depth tutorial on how to prepare Chinese Lemon Chicken. Following all directions given, you'll make the best Chinese Lemon Chicken you've ever made. The post Chinese Lemon Chicken appeared first on Unlimited Recipes.
  • Butter Cookies

    UnlimitedRecipes
    28 May 2015 | 6:32 pm
    Simple guide on how to prepare Butter cookies. The post Butter Cookies appeared first on Unlimited Recipes.
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    Omnivore's Cookbook

  • Wonton Nachos with Pulled Chicken and Mango Salsa

    Maggie
    26 May 2015 | 8:45 pm
    Wonton nachos are a fun way to use wonton wrappers to create a colorful and festive feast. The wonton chips are baked with minimal oil until crunchy and crispy. The mango salsa and pulled chicken create a decadent and exotic flavor at a very modest calorie count. After I created some super comforting braised pork shanks last week, I couldn’t wait to use the leftovers to create even more dishes. When cooking that recipe, I threw a few boneless, skinless chicken thighs into the pot of braising pork, to create some tender chicken at the same time. Today, I’m sharing this wonderful nacho dish…
  • Braised Pork Shank with Black Beans

    Maggie
    22 May 2015 | 12:09 am
    The braised pork shank is so tender that the meat falls from the bone at the slightest touch. The rich sauce is enhanced by the velvety black beans. This is an easy one-dish meal that requires very little active cooking time and ensures the best flavor. My fridge almost never runs out of braised meat. It is so easy to cook in large batches and freeze for later use. The recipe might look a bit long, but all you really need to do is to brown the meat, dump all the spices in, and let it cook for several hours. I have posted quite a few braised recipes on my blog, including braised spare ribs,…
  • Cranberry Coconut Flour Muffins

    Maggie
    20 May 2015 | 6:35 pm
    These cranberry coconut flour muffins have a scrumptious, creamy, and moist texture, with only 175 calories per muffin! Have you ever cooked with coconut flour? I started to experiment with it lately and soon fell in love with it! Coconut flour is light and soft in texture and has a great fruity and sweet aroma. Beyond its pleasant flavor, coconut flour is gluten-free and contains more fiber and protein than wheat flour. (You can read a bit more about coconut flour here.) It is a perfect ingredient to add both sweetness and nutrition to your daily meal, by replacing a portion of wheat…
  • Thai Brussels Sprouts Salad

    Maggie
    14 May 2015 | 6:01 pm
    The crispy Brussels sprouts are mixed with colorful veggies and plenty of herbs, then drizzled with the sweet sour Thai chili sauce. It is a wonderful side dish that is bursting with flavor, full of nutrition, and can be on the table in 30 minutes. My trip to Austin has been great so far. I overcame the jet lag easily, thanks to the mild weather and amazing food. It has been raining quite a bit, but that didn’t bother me at all. I spent a lot of time indoors to get settled into my new home, and spent the rest of the time enjoying books and cooking. The rain always stops in the…
  • Easy Kung Pao Chicken

    Maggie
    11 May 2015 | 4:01 am
    A quick and easy kung pao chicken that only requires 20 minutes to prepare. Use this method and you’ll always create moist and tender chicken with no fuss! Although I wrote about kung pao chicken a long time ago, I decided to create an easier version after I posted the all-purpose chili garlic sauce. Why create another kung pao chicken when there are millions already out there? Because I wanted to create the quickest way with the best kung pao flavor. Why this recipe? It only takes 20 minutes (15 minutes if you use already-roasted peanuts) to get the dish on the table, while the average…
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  • Homemade Peanut Butter Cups

    Rachel K. Burke
    14 May 2015 | 8:23 pm
    I can’t believe I went my whole life without knowing how easy it is to make your own chocolate. And of course, after learning this, my first impulse was to make my childhood favorite candy – Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups! Sorry Reese’s, but these homemade peanut butter cups are so much better! They’re vegan, gluten-free, completely clean, and of course, delicious! For some reason, the chocolate seems to lose a little sweetness after it freezes, so feel free to add as much sweetener as you’d like. I like to use both coconut palm sugar and either agave or pure maple syrup to make it a…
  • Quinoa Tabbouleh Dip (Gluten Free!)

    Rachel K. Burke
    11 May 2015 | 3:08 pm
    This quinoa tabbouleh recipe is a little different from your average tabbouleh because: A) I don’t like parsley, so I sub chopped spinach instead. (Way tastier!) B) I use quinoa instead of bulgur. (Way healthier! Quinoa has so many great nutritional values: low glycemic, gluten-free, a complete protein, and packed with fiber.) C) Tabbouleh is commonly referred to as a salad, I like to add some crumpled goat cheese, make homemade gluten-free tortilla chips, and use it as a dip instead! (But of course, if you’re a vegan, feel free to use vegan cheese or omit it altogether.) D) I…
  • Veggie Egg Frittata Muffins

    Rachel K. Burke
    9 May 2015 | 4:28 pm
    One of the reasons many of us struggle with maintaining a clean diet is lack of time. Daily meal preparation can be extremely time consuming, which I think is why a lot of us end up purchasing store-bought food – because it’s faster and easier than slaving in the kitchen after a long day of work. These egg frittata muffins are the perfect solution if you’re looking for healthy, homemade breakfast on the go. They’re packed with vegetables and protein, easy to make, and you can make a large quantity and store them in fridge for an easy to-go breakfast to bring with you to work, or for a…
  • Strawberry Spinach Salad with Homemade Strawberry Vinaigrette Dressing

    Rachel K. Burke
    2 May 2015 | 6:03 pm
    While I do love a good strawberry spinach salad, the most exciting part of this recipe is learning how to make your own strawberry vinaigrette dressing. I never realized how easy it was! And this way, you don’t have to worry about any questionable ingredients in store bought dressings. I like to add sliced strawberries and apples to this salad, but feel free to add any of of your favorite fruits. Blueberries and raspberries are also a good touch. Ingredients: For dressing: – 3 tablespoons coconut oil – 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil - 2 tablespoons apple cider…
  • Blueberry Vodka Fizz

    Rachel K. Burke
    1 May 2015 | 10:04 pm
    I love pretty drinks. Especially if they’re blue. Makes me feel like I’m drinking adult Kool-Aid. I have so many cocktail ideas (especially with all the new vodka flavors nowadays – whipped cream… cookie dough…) but this Blueberry Vodka Fizz recipe is one of my favorites. It’s simple, tasty, and a great low-calorie option since soda water is calorie-free. (And doesn’t this pretty photo make you want one??) Blueberry Vodka Fizz   Save Print Recipe type: Cocktail Ingredients ¼ cup fresh blueberries ¼ cup Blue Curacao 2 shots blueberry…
 
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  • VIETNAMESE COFFEE ICE CREAM RECIPE

    Chef Marinka
    26 May 2015 | 8:50 am
    How to Making Vietnamese Coffee Ice Cream Recipes - Vietnamese occasional|iced coffee|coffee|java} causes you to understand that the other weak cafe version of diluted coffee over ice is for wimps. Course-ground occasional is packed into a metal brewer, and therefore the thick, intense occasional slowly drips down into a tall glass stuffed with ice cubes and 1/2″ of sugary milk. because the hot occasional drips down, it melts a number of ice and mixes in with the sweet, sticky milk. What you finish up with is that the excellent concoction of made, creamy coffee.Recipes and How to…
  • Cake Recipes: Best Birthday Bug Cake

    Chef Marinka
    5 May 2015 | 10:44 am
    Birthday Cake Recipes - Children will love the butterfly and ladybird decorations on this colourful cake == and you'll love its simplicity. Ingredients - Easy vanilla cake and sweetening combine (see instruction below)- 100g chocolate (I used Milkybar)- Basic vanilla buttercream combine (see simple vanilla cake instruction below)- 12 big chocolate buttons, half-dozen cut in [*fr1]- treat-size pack chocolate buttons- 2 chocolate sticks (I used Matchmakers)- hundreds and thousands- multicoloured candles- red (or no matter color you like) writing icing…
  • Health Chicken Recipes: Pomegranate Chicken With Almond Couscous

    Chef Marinka
    3 May 2015 | 12:30 pm
    Health Chicken Recipes - Jazz up chicken breasts during this fruity, sweet spiced sauce with pomegranate seeds, cooked almonds and tagine paste. Ingredients chicken mini fillets 600g chicken stock cube 1 couscous 200g vegetable oil 1 tbsp halved and thinly sliced 1 large red onion tagine spice paste 4 tbsp bottle pomegranate juice 190ml pomegranate seeds 100g pack toasted flaked almonds 100g pack chopped small pack mint,  Step by Step How To Make It : Boil the kettle and warmth the oil during a giant pan. place the couscous during a bowl with some seasoning and crumble in [*fr1] the…
  • Chicken Recipes - Easy Roast Chicken With Gravy, Yummy..!

    Chef Marinka
    3 May 2015 | 7:30 am
    Chicken Roasted - Source:bbc.co.ukHow To Make Chicken Recipes  Easy roast chicken with gravy for speciality Ingredients For the roast chicken - 1 x 2kg whole chicken- 2 carrots, cut into chunks- 2 celery stalks, trimmed, cut into chunks- 1 onion, cut into six- potatoes and roasted vegetables, to serve- ½ lemon, cut into quarters- small bunch fresh mixed herbs - dash vegetable oil- salt and freshly ground black pepper For the gravy - 275ml/½ pint chicken stock- 30g/1¼oz butter- 1 tbsp plain flour How To Cooking It1. Preheat…
  • Easy Beef Recipes: Slow Cooker Shredded Beef Recipe

    Chef Marinka
    1 May 2015 | 10:39 am
    How To Cooking for Easy Slow Cooker Shredded Beef Recipe Ingredients - beef stew meat, cut into 1-inch cubes 3 pounds - green peppers, diced 3 medium - tomato paste 6 ounces - packed brown sugar 1/2 cup - cider vinegar 1/4 cup - chili powder 3 tablespoons - salt 2 teaspoons - Worcestershire sauce 2 teaspoons - ground mustard 1 teaspoon - sandwich buns, split 14 to 16 Preparation method 1. In a 6-qt. Sl0w c0oker, combine the beeef, green pepper and onions. In a small bowl, combine tomato paste, vinegar,brown sugar, salt, chili powder,…
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    Gluten Free Method

  • Zucchini Pancakes with Piri Piri Aoli (paleo & gluten free)

    Tima
    28 May 2015 | 6:20 pm
      Zucchini Pancakes Back when we were dating, the hubby came back from a trip to London raving about Piri Piri sauce. Pronounced Pee-ree Pee-ree, it is actually the African bird’s eye pepper. It was used by Portuguese settlers who found it while exploring in Mozambique and fell in love with it as we have.  A few ethnic markets near us started carrying Piri Piri hot sauce from time to time and we would stock up whenever we saw it.  Once I tasted it, I realized what all the hullabaloo was about!  The flavor in that stuff is off the charts!  It is not your typical hot sauce.  Now…
  • Stuffed Bell Peppers (vegan, paleo, & gluten free)

    Tima
    20 May 2015 | 5:36 pm
    I was doing a sort of cleanse a couple weeks ago and there were no carbs allowed for a week.  Yup, a whole week!  It was strictly protein and veggies.  Now I know this is normal for many, but not for me.  I don’t eat much bread or rice, but I NEED my fruit! We don’t eat meat in our house on Monday, and usually I make lentils or something involving rice or pasta.  I noticed that one of the meal suggestions for the week was stuffed peppers with ground beef.  I was a vegetarian years ago and with being gluten intolerant you get very used to removing certain ingredients from…
  • Chocolate Cake

    Tima
    17 May 2015 | 11:08 pm
    I have been making birthday cakes for everyone in the family for years.  Mostly because they feel guilty if I can’t eat it!  I really do enjoy it though.  It’s therapeutic in a way.  At first I would decorate the cakes with good old fashioned frosting, but then you see all of these gorgeous fondant cakes and my artwork didn’t seem so appealing anymore. When my younger daughter was about one year old I took a series of cake decorating classes.  I had all these bright eyed ideas about opening up a gluten free bakery and selling my pretty cakes and cupcakes.  A few events…
  • Mint & Cucumber Yogurt Dip

    Tima
    7 May 2015 | 4:11 pm
    A blend of dried mint, cucumbers, fresh garlic, and yogurt makes this dip a great companion to anything from crackers to kabob.  I usually just dip my veggies in it.  So good! There is a popular Persian side dish that is very similar in flavor.  I’ve changed it up a bit by using lebni instead of yogurt.  Lebni is a very thick Arabic style yogurt.  Greek yogurt can be used as well, but lebni is even thicker and creamier than greek yogurt.  I know, it’s hard to believe that such a thing exists!  It’s delicious on it’s own and what doesn’t taste better with a…
  • Sun-Dried Tomato Chicken Sausage and Spinach Pasta

    Tima
    23 Apr 2015 | 4:21 pm
    Long ago in the suburbs of Los Angeles, there was a girl who thought she would never again eat a deliciously comforting bowl of pasta.  Well, that girl was wrong!  For years later the magical elves of the cooking world created gluten free pasta that tasted wonderfully magnificent. Seriously though, I would dream of pasta!  I went without for a few years so I don’t crave it as often, but my kids ask for pasta at least once a week.  Pasta is just so versatile.  Add sauce or just do olive oil; only add veggies or add meat too.  It can be thrown together rather quickly, which is great…
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    Joann's Food For Thought

  • Triple Chocolate Chip and Cherry Cookies

    Joann
    21 May 2015 | 10:32 pm
    For Christmas, I like to gift my family boxes of homemade baked goods. I usually rotate what I bake each year, but these cookies are always included. Mmmmmm. Chocolate chip cookies! Who can resist them? Even better, who can resist a chocolate chip cookie made with three types of chocolate and dried cherries? I’ll admit it. I can’t.  If I see them. I will eventually eat them. Maybe that’s why I generally only bake them during the holidays. You know what they say about having too much of a good thing?! (But don’t let my lack of self-control prevent you from making these…
  • Miso Chicken

    Joann
    16 May 2015 | 5:23 pm
    In the winter time I love to make all kinds of soup, especially miso soup. But now that it’s spring and the weather is getting warmer, a hot bowl of soup just doesn’t pique my interest. So what do I do with that tub of miso paste I still have in the refrigerator? Well, I always have chicken in my freezer so why not make miso chicken? And once I saw how easy this was, I was kicking myself for not trying this sooner. INGREDIENTS: 3-4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts 3 tablespoons white miso paste 2 teaspoons sesame seed oil 2 teaspoons minced garlic 2 teaspoons chopped ginger 1/2…
  • Chocolate Banana Pudding Poke Cake

    Joann
    9 May 2015 | 10:55 pm
    With my family, there doesn’t have to be a holiday or celebration to have dessert. If we get together for a family dinner, you can bet there will be dessert. Homemade or store-bought. It doesn’t matter. But there must be dessert. This was originally an “experiment recipe” and of course I tested it on my family. But now it’s my go to dessert when I want to make an effort to actually make dessert, but don’t necessarily have the time or energy to be a Master Chef. INGREDIENTS: 1 box Devil Foods cake mix. (You can make your own from scratch. But why? Take the…
  • Greek Lemon Chicken and Potatoes

    Joann
    5 May 2015 | 5:19 pm
     My daughter moved out about a year ago. Until she left, I did all the cooking for our family. Oh sure, she could cook the basics like ramen, macaroni and cheese and spaghetti. But handling and cooking meat was something she did not like to do. I wasn’t worried since I knew there was always the internet and cable TV to teach her how to cook.  Growing up with so much technology and information at the touch of a few keystrokes is amazing. More amazing was the fact that she still asked for my recipes. Imagine my surprise when she shared one of her recipes with me! Mind you, I did tweak…
  • Cherry Chocolate Chip Cupcakes

    Joann
    12 Feb 2015 | 9:41 pm
    It’s almost Valentine’s Day. Need a special treat for your sweetie? Or maybe just a little treat for yourself? Sure you could just buy a box of cake mix, but nothing says love like a homemade baked good. Okay, we can cheat a little with the frosting. Go ahead and get your favorite vanilla frosting. I won’t tell. In fact, I’ll help you dress it up. This recipe makes 1 dozen standard size cupcakes. So, if you want to make more be sure to multiply ingredient quantities. CUPCAKE INGREDIENTS: 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 1 cup sugar 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder 1/2…
 
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    My Indian Taste

  • Mutton biryani recipe – Gosht biryani

    Irina
    26 May 2015 | 10:51 am
    Almost an year ago, I was hitting the “Publish” button for the first time. That time, when I started blogging, I wanted to share the enjoyment of cooking delicious Indian food with my family, friends and good people around me. I thought it’s a good idea to “record” my Indian cooking adventure and … @2014 My Indian Taste | My Indian Taste The post Mutton biryani recipe – Gosht biryani appeared first on My Indian Taste.
  • Palak Thoran / Cheera Thoran – Stir fried spinach with coconut

    Irina
    5 May 2015 | 11:01 am
    Probably the most difficult thing for me to deal with, in Mumbai, is the HEAT. Heat and humidity, ACs and fans, sweat, hands and feet bloated and continuous sticky skin feeling. I am living in Mumbai for almost 4 years, and I am still not used with these conditions. Since … @2014 My Indian Taste | My Indian Taste The post Palak Thoran / Cheera Thoran – Stir fried spinach with coconut appeared first on My Indian Taste.
  • My Indian Taste is featured on InterNations – a short expat interview

    Irina
    16 Apr 2015 | 3:15 am
    My blog was recently recommended and featured on InterNations, an international expat community and resource center that makes it easy for people to network, seek advice from other foreigners, get information, guides and tips, and the list goes on and on. If you’re moving abroad or are already an expat, … @2014 My Indian Taste | My Indian Taste The post My Indian Taste is featured on InterNations – a short expat interview appeared first on My Indian Taste.
  • Murgh Lasooni Recipe – Garlic chicken curry

    Irina
    13 Apr 2015 | 1:07 am
    I’m back from Romania since more than a month but I have been busy shifting to a new apartment. Chaos, visiting dozens apartments, dislikes and likes, frantically packing and unpacking, but finally settling. For those who are unfamiliar with life in India, renting an apartment can be very challenging and … @2014 My Indian Taste | My Indian Taste The post Murgh Lasooni Recipe – Garlic chicken curry appeared first on My Indian Taste.
  • Batata poha recipe – Poha (rice flakes) with potatoes, onions and spices

    Irina
    10 Jan 2015 | 12:28 am
    I hope you all had a happy new year! It’s been more than a month since I left in my home country Romania to enjoy holidays and spend some time with my family here. One month with almost no Indian food, I enjoyed delicious Romanian food cooked by my mom … @2014 My Indian Taste | My Indian Taste The post Batata poha recipe – Poha (rice flakes) with potatoes, onions and spices appeared first on My Indian Taste.
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