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  • Silky Smooth And Yummy Apricot Smoothie

    The Daily Dish
    Better Recipes Staff
    30 Aug 2015 | 8:00 am
    Today, we bring to you, fast and fruity flavors that you are truly going to love! This simple and delicious smoothie recipe use fresh apricots to create one of the best smoothies we have ever drank. If you have just about 10-minutes, then we recommend that you try this smooth and flavorful recipe out immediately! Keep reading for the recipe…If you think the picture looks delicious, then that’s because it is delicious! This recipe will make your taste buds sing a glorious song of thanks! You are going to be thirsty for more and more. The fresh apricots, the ginger, the coconut milk…
  • Magic Ancho Chile Relish

    101 Cookbooks
    Heidi Swanson
    1 Sep 2015 | 6:16 pm
    I have a couple of announcements before we dive into today's recipe. First! It feels a bit surreal, but there are only two weeks until Near & Far is released. And, related to the release, there are a number of events in the works. The first will be held on my home turf at CAMINO on 9/17 - there are a handful of seats left (and already so many of my favorite people in one room!) - can't wait to celebrate with each of you! For a full (evolving) list of events & signings you can check this page. On the recipe front, this chile relish has been a staple this summer. It's the sort of thing you can…
  • CrockPot Chow Mein Recipe

    A Year of Slow Cooking
    22 Jul 2015 | 7:48 am
    originally posted in 2008. Photo and text updated via deposit photos @bhofack2 in 2015 Day 204. I made this chow mein with chicken, but you easily could keep it vegetarian, or use your favorite kind of meat---even pork! Debbi (who doesn't have a blog, but totally needs one) sent me this recipe in May, and I made it just yesterday. This is a good one; I'm excited to share it with you.
  • Easy apple fruit cake

    Good Cake Food
    28 Aug 2015 | 6:51 am
    Ingredients200g butter, softened plus extra for greasing200g dark muscovado sugar3 eggs, beaten1 tbsp black treacle200g self-raising flour2 tsp mixed spice1 tsp baking powder2 eating apples, grated (approx 100g each)300g mixed sultanas and raisinsMethodHeat oven to 180C/fan 160C/gas 4. Butter and line the bottom of a deep, round 20cm cake tin with greaseproof paper. Beat the first seven ingredients together in a large bowl (electric hand- beaters are best for this), until pale and thick. Using a large metal spoon, gently fold in the fruit until evenly combined.Spoon the batter into the tin…
  • Herb Roasted Chicken with Summer Tomatoes Slow Cooker Recipe

    A Year of Slow Cooking
    31 Aug 2015 | 10:48 am
    I made a whole chicken yesterday in the slow cooker, and it turned out really well. We had some tomatoes that needed to get used up before they turned into pasta sauce, and I threw them on top of the bird while it slow-cooked. I loved the end result: a moist, flavorful chicken with gooey packed-with-flavor tomatoes. For an added bonus, you can save the crock drippings to make steamed rice. The
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  • Magic Ancho Chile Relish

    Heidi Swanson
    1 Sep 2015 | 6:16 pm
    I have a couple of announcements before we dive into today's recipe. First! It feels a bit surreal, but there are only two weeks until Near & Far is released. And, related to the release, there are a number of events in the works. The first will be held on my home turf at CAMINO on 9/17 - there are a handful of seats left (and already so many of my favorite people in one room!) - can't wait to celebrate with each of you! For a full (evolving) list of events & signings you can check this page. On the recipe front, this chile relish has been a staple this summer. It's the sort of thing you can…
  • Broiled Saffron Dates

    Heidi Swanson
    25 Aug 2015 | 4:20 pm
    If you've been to my house at any point in recent months, you've likely had these dates. They take only slightly more effort to make than placing dates unadorned on a plate. And, there must be something unusually captivating about them because people always ask me how to make them. I think the idea stems from a flight I took years ago from San Francisco to Santa Fe, New Mexico. I was sitting next to a young man, dressed head to toe in hemp, on his way to a spiritual retreat. :) We started chatting, and he offered me a date from little plastic baggie. He proceeded to tell me the dates were an…
  • Events!

    Heidi Swanson
    25 Aug 2015 | 2:01 pm
    I've started to post some of the events and book signings I'll be doing in September and October related to the release of Near & Far. First up is a dinner cooked in the amazing fireplace at Camino in Oakland - details here. After that, there will be a number of free signings in October on the West Coast starting with this one with Omnivore Books at the Quitokeeto studio, and then finishing with an event in New York (details to come on the NY event, but it's shaping up to be exciting)...See the full list of events here - details are evolving, but I wanted to let you all know in case you…
  • Super Onigiri

    Heidi Swanson
    19 Aug 2015 | 6:02 pm
    Onigiri are so cute! I make these little on-the-go rice balls all the time with leftover rice, and whatever fillings and seasonings are convenient and on hand. You can make them any shape you like, sometimes I'll use damp (lightly salted) hands, other times press them into a mold, for more precision shaping. I think the key is to avoid fussing, or trying to make them too perfect. I posted a photo of these super-onigiri to Instagram the other day - without the recipe. Apologies! I'll try to make good here. These are made with leftover sprouted brown rice and cooked mung beans. They're filled…
  • Thai Zucchini Soup

    Heidi Swanson
    10 Aug 2015 | 12:19 pm
    My intent here was to make a chilled, pureed, Thai curry soup. It would be summery and refreshing, and at the same time, strong with green curry flavor. It would be a fantastic lunch. As you can see from the photos, that is not what happened. Instead, I ended up with a chunky zucchini soup, beautifully spiced with a thin, bright, assertive coconut-lime curry broth. And it was better than the soup I'd originally imagined. Here's why. The best cooks I know are flexible, observant, adaptable, and resourceful - qualities I try to bring with me when I enter my own kitchen. I went to make lunch,…
 
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  • Herb Roasted Chicken with Summer Tomatoes Slow Cooker Recipe

    31 Aug 2015 | 10:48 am
    I made a whole chicken yesterday in the slow cooker, and it turned out really well. We had some tomatoes that needed to get used up before they turned into pasta sauce, and I threw them on top of the bird while it slow-cooked. I loved the end result: a moist, flavorful chicken with gooey packed-with-flavor tomatoes. For an added bonus, you can save the crock drippings to make steamed rice. The
  • CrockPot Spanish Braised Chicken Recipe

    29 Jul 2015 | 7:42 am
    originally posted on July 29, 2008. Updated July 2015. Day 211. The kids and I went to the "good" library over the weekend and I checked out a bunch of cookbooks. One of the books was put out by Cook's Illustrated, and was called The Complete Book of Poultry. There are probably a good five hundred recipes in this book, but narrowing down what I was going to attempt first was rather easy---I
  • CrockPot Chow Mein Recipe

    22 Jul 2015 | 7:48 am
    originally posted in 2008. Photo and text updated via deposit photos @bhofack2 in 2015 Day 204. I made this chow mein with chicken, but you easily could keep it vegetarian, or use your favorite kind of meat---even pork! Debbi (who doesn't have a blog, but totally needs one) sent me this recipe in May, and I made it just yesterday. This is a good one; I'm excited to share it with you.
  • CrockPot Tapioca Pudding

    14 Jul 2015 | 10:13 am
    originally posted July 14, 2008. Image updated via deposit photos @MSPhotographic 2015 Day 196. Adam has fond childhood memories of eating homemade tapioca pudding. I have fond memories of peeling back the foil of a Handi-Snacks and then licking it. Repeatedly. Yesterday, we made some new memories. I love it when things work the way I want them to in the crockpot!! The
  • CrockPot Cheesecake Recipe

    6 Jul 2015 | 6:16 am
    originally posted July 6, 2008. Reposted July 6, 2015. Long live cheesecake!! Day 188. I've never made a cheesecake before; I always thought it sounded complicated. I'm a pretty picky cheesecake eater, I hate it to be dried out, and I don't want the cheesey part to be too thick. I like a bit of crust in every bite. I had a reader ask quite a while ago if I thought cheesecake could be made in
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  • New Ventures!

    27 Aug 2015 | 5:17 am
    Hello,Cooking the books goes sweet!  I have decided to start a new blog -Sweet Things For Sophie  One with exclusively sweet things, pictures and a bit of chat about them, plus the book or website that the recipes come from.  I am doing it for my daughter, so when she is older she can look through and remember the sweet things of her childhood.   So many readers have suggested I blog again, and I have wanted to find a way forward, and this is it!  Have a look if you have a sweet tooth. :)If you are interested in the more savoury side of cooking and…
  • The Pioneer Woman's Flat Apple Pies

    14 Jun 2015 | 6:30 am
    The Pioneer Woman Cooks, Recipes from an Accidental Country Girl  by Ree Drummond,  William Morrow 2009.  Do you remember when this book came out? Everyone was wild for it! It was all over the internet and getting rave reviews.  At that time our internet was very poor and dropped out if you just looked at it, so I found it hard to load the posts from Ree’s website.  Still, I bought the book, flicked through it, and that was that.  A few years later, after seeing Ree on her foodnetwork show I decided to start cooking some of her recipes…. And I’ve never…
  • Nigellissima - Third Helpings!

    11 Jun 2015 | 9:11 am
    Here is a bumper  round up post for my cooking from Nigellissima, that I’ve not blogged so far.  Been a while since Nigellissima by Nigella Lawson published by  Chatto & Windus 2012 came out.  Whilst it isn't my favourite book of hers, we have eaten a number of good meals from it.   As an aside I am so looking forward to her new book Simply Nigella due out October 2015! Not long to wait now….   Roll on October….. Chocolate Olive Oil CakeI first ate this cake at my friend Anna’s house. It was really good. I then made it myself, but I used too…
  • New England Open House Cookbook

    10 Jun 2015 | 6:24 am
    New Book!  I’ve been anticipating this book for months now. New England Open House Cookbook by Sarah Leah Chase, Workman 2015.   I have all Sarah’s book, and especially liked The Nantucket Open House Cookbook and also Cold-Weather Cooking.  She hasn’t written a book in a long while though, which has made for a long, long wait!    It’s a lovely book, not a book if you need a picture of every recipe, because although there are pictures of some recipes and also scene setting ones too, there is not a picture of each dish. That aside it is a cooks’…
  • Ree Drummond Raspberry Tiramisu

    8 Jun 2015 | 1:21 pm
    For quite a while now I’ve been having a bit of a Ree Drummond Pioneer Woman recipe obsession.  This recipe is a dessert I made this last weekend as a trial for having friends round later in the Summer. I know one of them can’t go past Tiramisu on a dessert menu, so I had to try this raspberry tiramisu to make sure it was good!It was gorgeous, the raspberries add a nice fruity edge to the Tiramisu.  Now, I have a slight confession to make, I don’t really like mascarpone in sweet things, so I used light cream cheese, and it worked out just fine.   At the time of…
 
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  • Sweet & Spicy Baked Tortilla Chips

    Anna
    3 Sep 2015 | 5:08 am
    Cookie Madness Cookie Madness - Keeping Life Sweet One Cookie at a Time This very simple recipe is the reason I buy whole wheat flour tortillas instead of regular flour tortillas.  There’s something about the flavor of the wheat, cayenne, butter and brown sugar that makes them irresistible. They are a great accompaniment to soup, salad or sandwiches and in my opinion, don’t need any sort of dip.... Read More » The post Sweet & Spicy Baked Tortilla Chips appeared first on Cookie Madness.
  • Chocolate Chunk Cashew Cookies

    Anna
    1 Sep 2015 | 4:55 am
    Cookie Madness Cookie Madness - Keeping Life Sweet One Cookie at a Time This is a jazzed up version of some Cook’s Illustrated chocolate chip cookies. The last time I made them I thought they were good but needed something. Turns out that “something” was Lindt dark chocolate, salted cashews and a bit of Maldon sea salt. Interestingly, a few people around the web who have baked cookies... Read More » The post Chocolate Chunk Cashew Cookies appeared first on Cookie Madness.
  • Not Quite David’s Cookies

    Anna
    28 Aug 2015 | 4:43 pm
    Cookie Madness Cookie Madness - Keeping Life Sweet One Cookie at a Time Years ago someone in New York sent us a box of David’s Cookies. Back then David’s Cookies were considered “gourmet” and unique because they had chocolate chunks instead of chips. They were rich, crumbly and came in a neat tin, but that’s about all I can remember. The company has changed over the years and... Read More » The post Not Quite David’s Cookies appeared first on Cookie Madness.
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  • VEGAN CORN CREPES WITH RICOTTA-"HAM" FILLING AND RED PEPPER COULIS

    Bryanna Clark Grogan
    30 Aug 2015 | 5:34 pm
    This is a recipe I developed more than 10 years ago, but it's still a great one for this time of the year, when fresh corn is available (though you can make it with frozen sweet corn kernels, of course).  It's an easy make-ahead main dish for a company dinner, colorful and delicious, but it makes an elegant brunch dish as well. The components of the dish, the "ricotta", vegan Bechamel, and crepes can be made well ahead of time, and the sauce (Coulis) can be made early in the day and reheated-- and the Coulis is the easiest sauce in the world to make. The crepes can be frozen well before…
  • CHEESEY VEGAN KALE & SUMMER SQUASH TORTA (ITALIAN-STYLE SAVORY TART) WITH CRISPY LOW-FAT OLIVE OIL PASTRY

    Bryanna Clark Grogan
    16 Aug 2015 | 9:11 pm
    A few days ago I was craving "Torta"-- an Italian savory vegetable tart. or pie made with olive oil pastry and common all over Italy. This type of pie is especially common in the Italian province of Liguria, on the Italian Riviera, where my paternal grandmother’s family originated. It’s a large, thin double-crusted tart baked on a pizza pan. The thin olive oil dough (a little different from the olive oil pastry I used for a fruit pie here) is surprisingly pliable and easy to work with.Though now considered a gourmet treat, torte were born of necessity—in earlier times wheat was…
  • MY VEGGIE COOKING TODAY: A SOUP FROM NAVA ATLAS; CHARD & CHICKPEA TABBOULEH; AND PINEAPPLE/BASIL SALSA

    Bryanna Clark Grogan
    3 Aug 2015 | 6:06 pm
    I have alot veggies to use up this week, so I was busy this morning!  The first thing I made was a lovely soup from Nava Atlas' wonderful book, "Wild About Greens". It's called Italian-Style Potato & Escarole Soup, but the recipe notes add that broccoli rabe (rapini) can be used instead of the escarole-- just the thing to use half of the big bunch of rapini in my fridge.This veggie-full soup is easy to make and so delicious!  We're having it for dinner tonight.  You can access the recipe from Nava's website here. I followed it exactly, but used broccoli rabe (rapini) for…
  • VEGAN ESPRESSO CHOCOLATE "OREO" ICE CREAM PIE

    Bryanna Clark Grogan
    27 Jul 2015 | 11:26 am
    I must confess that Julie Hasson inspired this dessert with her scrumptious-looking creamy vegan chocolate-crushed vegan "Oreo"-topped pie that I never got to taste a  demo we did in Portland OR together several years ago.  So, I devised my own recipe for my old Vegan Feast subscription newsletter 10 years ago and now I'm going to share the slightly revised and updated recipe with you here.  It makes a fabulous summer celebration dessert-- for a birthday, perhaps.Printable CopyBRYANNA'S VEGAN ESPRESSO CHOCOLATE "OREO" ICE CREAM PIEServes 12I do love "Oreo"type…
  • UNRIBS FROM THE HOMEMADE VEGAN PANTRY BY MIYOKO SCHINNER

    Bryanna Clark Grogan
    19 Jul 2015 | 4:38 pm
     I was lucky enough to get a copy of Miyoko's new book to review and to participate in the "blog tour" for the book.  Miyoko Schinner is well-known for her ground-breaking book "Artisan Vegan Cheese" (2012), which I own. (I must confess, though, that I haven't made very recipes out of it due to all the nuts required-- a bit too rich for our way of eating, and I lack the space to air-dry cheeses--but I love her easy Meltable Mozzarella recipe!) In any case, I've been following Miyoko since her first book, "The Now and Zen Epicure" (now out of print) was published in 1991, and I…
 
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  • Baked Chicken with Cherry Tomatoes and Garlic

    Elise
    3 Sep 2015 | 10:57 pm
    September always catches me unawares. It seems that one day we are wilting in the heat while neighborhood kids shoot hoops well past dusk (how can they see in the dark?). The next day a cool breeze comes in, the block is eerily quiet, the kids back at school. Even though summer isn’t officially over till later in the month, for all practical purposes, it’s gone. Playtime has passed. We put on our worker bee wings and get ready for the fall. This baked chicken dish is made for busy days. Continue reading "Baked Chicken with Cherry Tomatoes and Garlic" »
  • Easy Buttered Noodles

    Elise
    3 Sep 2015 | 10:12 pm
    Who doesn’t love buttered noodles? The only problem I have with them is that I can easily eat them all if they’re set before me. Continue reading "Easy Buttered Noodles" »
  • Corn Salsa

    Elise
    1 Sep 2015 | 2:34 pm
    During the summer when corn is in season, I look for any excuse to buy it, it’s so wonderfully sweet! We’ll have it in chowder, salad, grilled, and of course, simply on the cob. Corn also makes a fabulous salsa. Continue reading "Corn Salsa" »
  • Easy Pasta Primavera

    Elise
    30 Aug 2015 | 2:56 am
    The word primavera refers to being served with fresh vegetables; it is from the Italian (alla) primavera, or (in the) spring (style). Pasta primavera is almost always a simple-to-prepare dish using the fresh vegetables of the season. Continue reading "Easy Pasta Primavera" »
  • Cucumber Mint “Shrub” Soda

    Elise
    28 Aug 2015 | 10:35 pm
    Have you ever heard of a “shrub” (as in drink, not bush)? It’s basically a vinegar-based fruity cordial or soda. The acidity of the vinegar provides tang and intensifies the flavor of the fruit in much the same way that the acidity of lemons balances the sugar in lemonade, and makes lemonade taste so lemony. Vinegar allows you to make a soda with fruit, without it being cloyingly sweet. With this cucumber mint soda, first you make a simple syrup with water, sugar, and vinegar. Then you infuse the vinegar simple syrup with fresh mint leaves. To make the soda, you pour the…
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  • Very Greek Grilled Chicken Recipe (Low-Carb, Paleo, Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free)

    Kalyn Denny
    4 Sep 2015 | 5:27 am
    Very Greek Grilled Chicken has all the flavors of Greek Chicken Souvlaki in a grilled chicken breast, and this is the most popular grilling recipe on the blog!(For Friday Flashbacks I feature recipes that have been my personal favorites, and for Labor Day weekend I thought it would be fun to spotlight this Very Greek Grilled Chicken, which is the all-time most popular grilling recipe on Kalyn's Kitchen! And this blog has quite a few grilling recipes, so that's saying something. If you haven't tried this recipe yet, I hope it might be a good option for your weekend menu.)I made…
  • Lower-Carb Fried Rice, Fruits and Vegetables, Low-Carb Slow Cooker Recipes, and Other Things I'm Thinking About (9-3-15)

    Kalyn Denny
    3 Sep 2015 | 11:05 am
    It's a new collection of Things I'm Thinking About, including Lower-Carb Fried Rice, Fruits and Vegetables, and Low-Carb Slow Cooker Recipes.Can a new way to cook rice make it lower in carbs?Earlier this year when scientists at  the College of Chemical Sciences in Colombo, Sri Lanka, found that cooking rice in a certain way increased its resistant starch content, that news was reported by many sites around the world. I missed the big announcement though, and I didn't pay attention to this new way to cook rice until I'd seen it over and over on Facebook.Apparently cooking…
  • 25 Deliciously Healthy Low-Carb Recipes from August 2015 (Gluten-Free, South Beach Diet, Paleo, Whole 30)

    Kalyn Denny
    1 Sep 2015 | 4:17 pm
    Here are 25 Deliciously Healthy Low-Carb Recipes from August 2015 that I posted on Kalyn's Kitchen or spotted on other great blogs. Find some new faves!Wow, it really is September. I admit this month isn't quite as significant for me now that I'm not heading off to teach school every day, but it still means that warm weather is on the way out. I love the foods of summer, so this time of year I always remind myself that garden veggie season lasts well past the official arrival of fall on September 23. That means you still have a at least a month to try some of these Deliciously…
  • Roasted Spaghetti Squash with Mizithra Cheese and Browned Butter (Low-Carb, Gluten-Free)

    Kalyn Denny
    30 Aug 2015 | 1:00 am
    If you like the famous Spaghetti with Mizithra Cheese and Browned Butter at The Old Spaghetti Factory, this version with spaghetti squash is low-carb and gluten-free!If you're living in the U.S. and you're familiar with Mizithra Cheese, there's a good chance you learned about it at The Old Spaghetti Factory, where Spaghetti with Mizithra Cheese and Browned Butter has been the most popular dish since 1969.  I've been a long-time fan of this famous dish, but for quite a few years now it's been a rare treat for me, even after The Old Spaghetti Factory started offering whole…
  • Whole Wheat Spaghetti with No-Cook Sauce of Tomatoes, Arugula, Olives, and Capers (Meatless, Dairy-Free, Vegan)

    Kalyn Denny
    28 Aug 2015 | 7:25 am
    I've become a fan of no-cook pasta sauce and I loved this one with Tomatoes, Arugula, Olives, and Capers.(For Friday Flashbacks I feature past recipes that have been my personal favorites, and today I'm spotlighting this recipe for Whole Wheat Spaghetti with No-Cook Sauce of Tomatoes, Arugula, Olives, and Capers not only to encourage the arugula and capers fans to try this sauce, but also as a reminder for everyone about all the amazing no-cook pasta sauces you can make with juicy garden tomatoes! See after the recipe for links to more sauces of this type, and enjoy!)When I found this…
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  • Easy Buttered Noodles

    Elise
    3 Sep 2015 | 10:12 pm
    Who doesn’t love buttered noodles? The only problem I have with them is that I can easily eat them all if they’re set before me. Continue reading "Easy Buttered Noodles" »
  • Corn Salsa

    Elise
    1 Sep 2015 | 2:34 pm
    During the summer when corn is in season, I look for any excuse to buy it, it’s so wonderfully sweet! We’ll have it in chowder, salad, grilled, and of course, simply on the cob. Corn also makes a fabulous salsa. Continue reading "Corn Salsa" »
  • Easy Pasta Primavera

    Elise
    30 Aug 2015 | 2:56 am
    The word primavera refers to being served with fresh vegetables; it is from the Italian (alla) primavera, or (in the) spring (style). Pasta primavera is almost always a simple-to-prepare dish using the fresh vegetables of the season. Continue reading "Easy Pasta Primavera" »
  • Asian Zucchini Noodle Salad

    Elise
    23 Aug 2015 | 6:19 pm
    So, have you taken the plunge and invested in a spiral slicer? I bought one a few months ago and have been experimenting ever since. So far my favorite vegetable to “spiralize” is zucchini. One quick way to make use of zucchini noodles is to just toss the raw “zoodles” with salad dressing. Instant zucchini salad! Continue reading "Asian Zucchini Noodle Salad" »
  • Mexican Street Corn Nachos

    Elise
    20 Aug 2015 | 5:57 pm
    There’s a reason Mexican street corn, a.k.a. “elote”, is so popular these days. Grilled corn on the cob, slathered in a mayo sour cream sauce, sprinkled with cotija and chili powder? Yes, please! Well, how about all of the brilliant deliciousness of street corn, in the form of nachos?  Continue reading "Mexican Street Corn Nachos" »
 
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  • corn chowder salad

    deb
    31 Aug 2015 | 8:23 am
    We’ve rented a house at the beach this week, but we haven’t seen it because why would you leave your house if it had a pool like this in the backyard? Between this, and other things the only delight pathetic city people — the giant (charcoal!) grill, a washer and dryer and an entirely separate floor just for bedrooms, meaning that adults can converse at a notch above a whisper after children go to sleep — we have zero regrets. Plus, 7 week-olds, as everyone lies when they say, are so portable! I mean, they physically are, but our sardine-packed car on Friday with…
  • crispy peach cobbler

    deb
    27 Aug 2015 | 8:34 am
    I cannot resist a recipe that promises an odd outcome. To wit, prior to stumbling upon this curiosity in the wonderful A Boat, A Whale and a Walrus, an assembly of recipes and stories from restaurants on the other side of the country that I am now extra-sad I haven’t been to (yet! Like maybe in 5 or 18 years or so?), I understood cobblers to be more or less baked fruit topped with a soft cake batter or plush biscuit, while crisps had clusters of oaty and sometimes nutty cookie-like crumbs giving them their namesake texture. [Let us save comparisons with crumbles, grunts, fools,…
  • angel hair pasta with raw tomato sauce

    deb
    24 Aug 2015 | 8:56 am
    The internet might be loaded with a ga-jillion recipes, but finding the great ones can still be a little bit of a needle in a haystack. My favorite way to find new recipes is to ask a random person what their cult favorites are. Bonus points if they claim to hate cooking, because these are the people who are only going to be excited for dishes that work with airtight reliability that are unquestionably worth your time. I have found so many gems this way; Marion Burros’s Purple Plum Torte (which, if you have not made yet, shut this browser tab and get to it, please), Cook Country’s…
  • frozen hot chocolate

    deb
    19 Aug 2015 | 7:36 am
    At the outset of this summer, I had only a few things on my agenda: a baby (check!), a garden (check!, but oof*) and as many frozen desserts that do not require an ice cream maker as possible. And sure, from toasted marshmallow milkshakes to swirled berry yogurt (breakfast) popsicles, saltine crack ice cream sandwiches, strawberry cheesecake ice cream pie and raspberry crushed ice, it’s been a good time. But as summer isn’t over, I’m not done yet either. ... Read the rest of frozen hot chocolate on smittenkitchen.com © smitten kitchen 2006-2012. | permalink to frozen hot…
  • raspberry crushed ice

    deb
    11 Aug 2015 | 7:58 am
    Among frozen summer desserts, granitas are a hard sell, not matter how you rename them. A coarse, grainy sorbet, they’re the shaved ice of the Italian food world. Sure, they’re insanely refreshing, require no churning and are probably the kind of thing you ought to be cooling off with on a very hot day, but who’d choose them over hot fudge sundae cakes, toasted marshmallow milkshakes, saltine crack ice cream sandwiches or key lime pie popsicles? Nobody we’re going to be friends with, for sure. ... Read the rest of raspberry crushed ice on smittenkitchen.com © smitten…
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  • Asian Zucchini Noodle Salad

    Elise
    23 Aug 2015 | 6:19 pm
    So, have you taken the plunge and invested in a spiral slicer? I bought one a few months ago and have been experimenting ever since. So far my favorite vegetable to “spiralize” is zucchini. One quick way to make use of zucchini noodles is to just toss the raw “zoodles” with salad dressing. Instant zucchini salad! Continue reading "Asian Zucchini Noodle Salad" »
  • Greek Lemon Chicken Skewers with Tzatziki Sauce

    Elise
    30 Jul 2015 | 11:18 pm
    I love grilled chicken, but chicken breasts can be a little problematic. They can easily get dry and overcooked, especially on the grill. A great solution? Chicken breast skewers! Continue reading "Greek Lemon Chicken Skewers with Tzatziki Sauce" »
  • Grilled Trout with Dill and Lemon

    Elise
    9 Jul 2015 | 2:53 pm
    I once was the proud owner of a fly reel. Just the reel mind you. I was 10 years old and I never did get a fishing rod for that reel. The fishing rod I did have came with its own reel, and was the type with which you used a little bobbing float, and a hook to attach something wriggly. Hapless in the fishing department, I eventually gifted my gear to my younger brother, and stuck to collecting crawdads, tadpoles, and minnows. Over the years my brother regularly brought home trout (usually steelhead), salmon, and assorted other fish he caught in the American River, a short walk from our…
  • Grilled Garlic Shrimp Skewers

    Elise
    1 Jul 2015 | 6:30 pm
    Anyone up for shrimp on a stick? Grilled, slathered with garlic butter, and sprinkled with chives, these big beautiful prawns are perfect party food for a backyard cookout. Continue reading "Grilled Garlic Shrimp Skewers" »
  • Grilled Marinated Flank Steak

    Elise
    27 Jun 2015 | 8:20 pm
    Flank steak is a lean, somewhat tough but flavorful cut of beef that benefits from the tenderizing effects of a marinade. It is best cooked medium rare and thinly sliced at an angle across the grain of the meat. Prepared this way, marinated, cooked quickly at high heat, thinly sliced, flank steak practically melts in your mouth. This recipe calls for grilling the steak, but if you don’t have a grill, you can prepare the steak on a large cast iron frying pan as well. Continue reading "Grilled Marinated Flank Steak" »
 
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  • Cheese and Sage Pasta

    5 Sep 2015 | 1:14 am
    Creamy and absolutely delicious Pasta -- posted by Swirling F.
  • Tuna and Anchovies Pasta

    5 Sep 2015 | 1:04 am
    It’s simple and taste great! -- posted by Swirling F.
  • Garlic Roasted Japanese Eggplant

    4 Sep 2015 | 8:59 pm
    I made this tonight, and it was really good. -- posted by MsLizze
  • Anything Goes Cookie Dough Skillet Pumpkin Snack Cakes

    4 Sep 2015 | 7:55 am
    There's nothing sweeter than the joys of baking a fresh batch of cookies – especially the end results. Whether you're baking for family, friends or treating yourself to a tasty delight, consider these simple tips the next time you're pulling out the egg beaters and measuring cups to guarantee soft and chewy cookies every time. -- posted by Info4YourLife
  • Poblano Queso Dip

    4 Sep 2015 | 7:50 am
    Queso is Spanish for cheese; queso dip is essentially a spicy cheese dip. Great as a quick appetizer when entertaining, delicious after school snack, or a dip-able game-day treat. -- posted by Info4YourLife
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    The Restaurant Recipe Blog

  • Honey Glazed Chicken

    ChefTom
    4 Sep 2015 | 6:07 am
    It’s hard to believe that summer is coming to an end.  To help you get the most of the last weekend of the summer I’ve selected some great-tasting recipes that can be prepared in 30 minutes or less.  First I have an easy secret recipe for honey glazed chicken. You can never have enough chicken recipes and this is only one of the tried and true chicken recipes featured in the “300 Chicken Recipes” cookbook.  This essential collection of mouthwatering chicken recipes has everything from casseroles to appetizers to pot pies, and more. Members of our Discount Cookbook Club will…
  • Boston Market(tm) Garlic Lemon Spinach

    ChefTom
    2 Sep 2015 | 8:40 am
    Today’s secret recipe will show you how to make a tasty and healthy side dish served at Boston Market.  Fresh baby spinach is sauteed in garlic and lemon.  You could certainly use frozen spinach that has been defrosted for this recipe, however for the best flavor I recommend using fresh spinach. Serve this spinach as a side dish to Boston Market’s roasted chicken by following this recipe: Go Here Enjoy! =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Get South Beach Sexy In 21 Days! (Free Shocking Video) Transform your body with Miami’s hottest diet secret.  Discover the 3…
  • Cafe Sevilla’s Albondigas (Meatballs)

    ChefTom
    31 Aug 2015 | 7:43 am
    Today’s 5 star restaurant secret recipe comes from Cafe Sevilla in Riverside, California.  Cafe Sevilla serves authentic Spanish cuisine and seafood specialties.  On the menu they have the most delicious meatballs that are seasoned with roasted garlic, oregano, fresh basil and cilantro.  Grated Manchengo cheese lends a rich, deep flavor to these tender pork and beef meatballs. To roast garlic for this recipe, cut off the pointy top of a head of garlic to expose the tips of the cloves. Place the garlic on a small sheet of foil, cut end facing up. Drizzle a little olive oil over the…
  • Cheeseburger Casserole

    ChefTom
    28 Aug 2015 | 9:41 am
    Today I’ve selected some delicious recipes(below) that will make it easy for you to enjoy a home-cooked meal.  First, I have a secret recipe for a cheeseburger casserole that combines everything you love about cheeseburgers and puts it into one dish. This recipe is only one of the tasty dishes featured in the “Easy Casserole Recipes” cookbook.  The recipes in this cookbook are so filling and perfect for your weeknight meals. Members of our Discount Cookbook Club will receive this entire cookbook with their membership.  If you’re interested in joining the club, you can download…
  • Chipotle’s(tm) Pork Carnitas

    ChefTom
    26 Aug 2015 | 8:03 am
    Today’s secret recipe will show you how to make Chipotle’s delicious pork carnitas.  Pork shoulder is seasoned well and slow cooked until the meat is tender and easily shreds.  Serve your pork carnitas in a burrito, atop rice, in a salad, on a sandwich, or any other way you can come up with. Top with shredded Monterey Jack cheese, sour cream, fresh corn salsa, guacamole, or your favorite topping. We have some more secret recipes from Chipotle on our forum: Go Here Enjoy! =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Parents, Don’t Let This Happen… If you or someone…
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  • Chicken Francese

    admin
    4 Sep 2015 | 9:06 am
    Save Print Chicken Francese Author: Chef Tom Recipe type: Main Dish Cuisine: Italian Prep time:  20 mins Cook time:  25 mins Total time:  45 mins Serves: 4 Servings   Ingredients 4 skinless, boneless, thin chicken breasts ½ cup plus 1 tbsp flour, divided 3 large eggs Salt and freshly ground black pepper 3 tbsp olive oil 1 lemon, with rind, cut in thin rounds ½ cup dry white wine, such as Pinot Grigio 1 cup chicken broth ¼ cup lemon juice 2 tbsp butter 2 tbsp chopped parsley Instructions Fill a shallow dish with ½ cup of…
  • Yogurt Marinated Chicken over Zucchini Noodles

    admin
    18 Aug 2015 | 12:30 pm
    Save Print Yogurt Marinated Chicken over Zucchini Noodles Author: Chef Tom Recipe type: Main Dish Prep time:  4 hours Cook time:  30 mins Total time:  4 hours 30 mins Serves: Serves 4   This tasty chicken dish is loaded with fresh vibrant flavors. Ingredients 4 boneless skinless chicken breast ½ cup plain Greek non fat yogurt ¼ cup sundried tomatoes, roughly chopped, packed in oil ½ teaspoon salt fresh-cracked black pepper ½ tablespoon fresh lemon juice, plus additional for the zucchini noodles 1 teaspoon Italian seasoning, plus…
  • Corn & Zucchini Tacos

    admin
    27 Jul 2015 | 11:50 am
    3 tablespoons vegetable oil, divided 2 cups fresh white or yellow corn kernels 1 cup chopped white onion 3 cloves garlic, finely chopped 4 medium tomatoes, roughly chopped 1 medium zucchini, diced 1 medium yellow squash, diced 1 cup canned black beans, rinsed and drained 1 teaspoon oregano 1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper cayenne pepper, to taste 8-10 warm corn tortillas 1/4 cup tomatillo (green) salsa 8 teaspoons grated Monterey Jack cheese Heat half of oil in a large skillet over high heat. Toast corn 5 minutes, stirring; season with salt. Remove corn; set aside. Heat remaining 1…
  • Watermelon Margarita

    admin
    24 Jul 2015 | 11:57 am
    It’s national tequila day…so why not celebrate with this refreshing recipe for watermelon margaritas. Save Print Watermelon Margarita Author: Chef Tom Recipe type: Drinks Prep time:  5 mins Total time:  5 mins Serves: 1 cocktail   Ingredients 1-2 cubes of fresh watermelon ½ oz. agave nectar juice of ½ lime 1½ oz/ silver tequila ice watermelon wedge, for garnish Instructions Combine the watermelon, agave and lime juice in a glass and muddle together. Top with ice. Add tequila and shake vigorously. Pour over fresh ice and garnish…
  • How To Cook A Perfect NY Strip Steak

    admin
    23 Jun 2015 | 6:15 pm
    The secret to a perfectly cooked steak is a really hot pan and making sure the meat is at room temperature.  The recipe below will show you how to make a restaurant quality steak at home. 12-oz. NY strip steak (about 1 inch thick) kosher salt fresh cracked black pepper 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 tablespoon butter 1 sprig of thyme 1 garlic clove, crushed Let the steak sit at room temperature for at least 30 minutes.  Pat dry on both sides with a paper towel. Season the steak with salt and black pepper on all sides. Heat a heavy cast iron skillet over high heat until very hot.  Add oil to pan…
 
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  • Pepper Nacho Nibblers recipe – 45 calories

    On a Diet
    19 Aug 2015 | 11:52 am
    Try a twist on nachos with this tasty low-fat appetizer that is rich in vitamin C from the peppers. You can also use green bell peppers instead of / in addition to the yellow and red peppers. Serving suggestion: top with green onions or sliced black olives. Pepper Nacho Nibblers recipe Ingredients: 1 red bell pepper 1 yellow bell pepper 1/8 tsp. crushed red pepper 1/2 cup finely shredded Cheddar Jack Cheese Preparation: 1. Cut the bell peppers into 6 strips each, then cut the strips in half. 2. Put on a microwaveable plate, sprinkle with the crushed red pepper and cheese. 3. Microwave on HIGH…
  • Asian-Style Plum Sauce recipe – 26 calories

    On a Diet
    28 Feb 2015 | 4:56 am
    Chilli, ginger and pepper promote digestion, invigorate blood circulation and strengthen our immune system. And of course, they provide a little spice! This sauce goes well with low-fat stir-fries or grilled meat. Asian-Style Plum Sauce recipe Ingredients: 1 kg plums 1 piece of ginger (about 60 g) 1 star anise 75 ml rice vinegar 1 dried chili pepper 1 tsp cinnamon 3 pinch cloves 1/2 teaspoon pepper 2 pinches ground allspice 150 g jam sugar 3:1 salt, to taste Preparation: 1. Take 3 glasses or jars (each 400 ml) together with the cover, rinse with boiling water and leave upside down to dry on a…
  • Fish and Vegetable Skewers recipe – 100 calories

    On a Diet
    4 Jan 2015 | 5:17 am
    The fish in these low-calorie skewers provides 1/5 of the daily vitamin D requirements. This vitamin improves the coordination between muscles and nerves. In addition, fish is very rich in iodine. Fish and Vegetable Skewers with Lime Dip recipe Ingredients: 1 small ripe mango (about 250 g) 1 lime 1 small zucchini (150g) 4 cherry tomatoes 200 g cod fillet salt pepper 1/2 tsp yogurt butter 1 tsp pink peppercorns 100 g yogurt (0.1% fat) Preparation: 1. Peel the mango. Cut the fresh into thick stripes and dice. 2. Cut the lime in half and squeeze out the juice. 3. Wash, clean and chop the…
  • Green Smoothie recipe – 137 calories

    On a Diet
    14 Oct 2014 | 7:52 am
    A delicious and nutrient dense powerhouse smoothie. Green Smoothie recipe – 137 calories Ingredients: 2 ounces spinach 3 ounces kale 2 bananas 1 apple (cored) 2 tablespoons fresh basil (chopped) 1 ounce fresh ginger root (grated) 1/2 ounce fresh turmeric (grated) 2 tablespoons tomato paste 2 garlic cloves 1 ounce flax seed (ground) 32 ounces water (or to fill blender to 64 oz) Preparation: 1. Combine all the ingredients in a large blender and process until smooth 2. Serve immediately. 3. Note: Bananas and apples may be frozen in advance. Ice may be substituted for a portion of the water.
  • Best Low-Carb Recipes on the Net (September 2013 Edition)

    On a Diet
    4 Oct 2013 | 3:12 am
    Here are the best low-carb recipes published on the internet in the month of September 2013. If you think other recipes also deserve to be on this list, please leave a comment! More diet recipes from September 2013: Low-calorie recipes Low-fat recipes Gluten-free recipes Dairy-free recipes Paleo diet recipes Diabetic recipes LOW-CARB RECIPES Low Carb Peanut Butter Pie Low Carb Peanut Butter Pie recipe by Julie @ The New Lighter Life Low-Carb Loaded Baked Cauliflower Low-Carb Loaded Baked Cauliflower recipe by Rhonda @ Just A Pinch Recipes Fresh Peach and Blueberry Yogurt Parfait Fresh Peach…
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  • Alabama-Style White BBQ Sauce – An Almost Labor-Free Sauce for Your Labor Day Grill

    4 Sep 2015 | 10:02 am
    This incredibly easy to make Alabama white barbecue sauce was invented in 1925 by Robert “Big Bob” Gibson at Big Bob Gibson's Bar-B-Q restaurant, in Decatur. When I first read this bit of culinary history, I had to smile, since I actually know the guy. Well, sort of. I’ve been to two bbq “boot camps,” run by champion pitmaster Chris Lilly, who trained under a guy, who trained under Big Bob Gibson. Hey, that’s only three degrees of separation. Ironically, Chris never made, or used the white sauce on anything we cooked, but still, I know a guy, who knew a guy, who knew THE guy.Some…
  • Pork Chili Verde (Green Pork Chili) – Green and Sometimes Browned

    1 Sep 2015 | 1:39 pm
    As I mentioned in the intro, this chili verde was one of the first recipes I ever learned, and also one of the first times I was forced to question proper culinary technique. Having just learned the importance of browning meats in culinary school, I was, at the same time, working for a chef who rarely did.  Whether it was pork, chicken, or beef, he simply cut up the meat, threw it in a pot with the rest of the ingredients, and simmered everything until tender. By the way, he claimed that he had learned how to cook these recipes while traveling through Mexico. I remember sheepishly asking…
  • Next Up: Chili Verde

    31 Aug 2015 | 1:48 pm
  • Billionaire’s Franks & Beans – Welcome to the Top 1% of Comfort Foods

    28 Aug 2015 | 9:20 am
    Maybe it’s the billionaire(s) in the news lately, but for some reason I decided to take one of America’s most frugal meals, franks and beans, and give it a high-end makeover. Besides, all the other classic comfort foods have been fancified, hipsterized, and/or molecular gastronomized; so I figured I would take this one down. And by down, I mean up. Usually, franks and beans is made by opening up a couple cans of baked beans, and heating it up with some sliced hotdogs. Not exactly something you’d serve to visiting dignitaries. However, by adding some fresh veggies, plain beans, and…
  • How to Make Fresh Spring Rolls – Authentic is as Authentic Does

    25 Aug 2015 | 12:57 pm
    Based on the YouTube comments appearing under the newly posted spring rolls video, lots of people missed the part about this not trying to be a specific recipe, but simply a demo featuring the magic that is damp, rice paper wrappers. Don’t get me wrong; I love the “authentic” spring rolls I so often order at my friendly, neighborhood Vietnamese restaurant. Loaded with sweet shrimp, and bursting with vermicelli noodles, they are among the most delicious things ever invented. However, I do reserve the right to soak rice paper wrappers in water, and… (I hope you’re sitting down for…
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  • Western Hats: Not Just For Cowboys Anymore

    Linda Sue
    4 Sep 2015 | 10:00 am
    Charles PoguePhoto by Linda PogueWestern Hats Are Not Just For CowboysA Guest Post by Charles PogueI was only about 4 or 5 years old when my parents presented me and my brother with our first cowboy hats. Of course, they were the straw variety with a sheriff’s badge affixed to the front, and a draw string that closed up under our chins, but those little hats were an introduction to what I now believe to be the most fashionable of any hat under the sun and wide open sky, western hats. Hey, they really enhanced our riding the stick-horsesin the posses with our cousins, trying to hunt down the…
  • Homemade Ice Packs for Ice Chest or Injuries

    Linda Sue
    4 Sep 2015 | 6:00 am
    Photo: Linda PogueHomemade Ice Packs for Ice Chest or InjuriesClick edit above to add content to this empty capsule.Several years ago, due to a back injury, I was in a lot of pain. Over the counter pain medicine did not help.  My chiropractor told me to make my own ice packs using 1/2 water and 1/2 rubbing alcohol.  I used 1 cup of water and 1 cup of alcohol. I put both in a zipper bag, and put it in the freezer. Due to the alcohol content, the mixture will not freeze totally, but instead will be a slushy texture, so that the ice pack will mold around knees, ankles, elbows, and…
  • Cowboy Boots

    Linda Sue
    3 Sep 2015 | 10:00 am
    Photo: taliesinCowboy BootsThe story goes about a little boy who grew up on a farm, always wanting a pair of cowboy boots. His parents, though, were very poor, and could not afford to buy them for him. One day his wealthy cousin, who lived in the city, came to visit. The city boy said he had just received a new pair of boots for his birthday, and he brought his old pair for his cousin to have. They were beat up and old, but the little farm boy tried them on, and they were just the perfect fit, and he would be proud as a peacock to have those old boots. However, the two boys decided to take…
  • Emergency Preparedness: Meals in Bags

    Linda Sue
    3 Sep 2015 | 6:00 am
    Meals in BagsI have read lots of articles on being prepared for emergencies. One of the things that is recommended is making sure you have the means to create meals if the electricity goes out and the fridge isn't working. Meals in bags don't require refrigeration, so they are perfect for those times. These types of meals are good for taking on camping trips, too, so that you have everything you need for a meal in one place.One especially interesting way to do this is to use a vacuum storage unitto put everything you need for a meal in a bag and seal it. This will keep air and…
  • Don Williams: The Gentle Giant

    Linda Sue
    2 Sep 2015 | 10:00 am
    Photo: DJParker39Don Williams “The Gentle Giant”A Guest Post by Charles Pogue A fellow Texan, and my favorite all time singer is Don Williams. Don was born in tiny Floydada, Texas on May 27, 1939, and grew up in Portland, Texas where he attended school at the football renowned, Gregory Portland High. One thing Don and I have in common is that we both once drove a bread truck. Don, of course, went on to fame, and I’m still around, too. I write songs, and I think some of them, if they were of commercial quality, would fit Don’s style. That’s how much I enjoy his music. There is…
 
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  • Five of My Favorite Zucchini Recipes

    Christine
    1 Sep 2015 | 5:12 am
    Zoodle (Zucchini Noodle) Salad Zucchini Chips Squash, Sausage, and Bean “Chili”?   Triggerfish with Roasted Vegetables Zucchini and Goat Cheese Lasagna This has been included in some of my other compilation posts, lately, but it bears repeating.  So freaking yummy!     The post Five of My Favorite Zucchini Recipes appeared first on ColorMePink!.
  • Mr. D’s Cafe (Deluca Toyota)

    Christine
    26 Aug 2015 | 4:34 pm
    No.  Really. Bear with me for a moment. Y’all know how I love my car, right?  Her name is Lola and she’s a lipstick red, convertible Solara.  There was a problem with the dashboard cracking and peeling and about a year and a half ago, I got a notification that it was being recalled and to register with Toyota.  I was thrilled that they would repair it at no cost to me and I proceeded to wait. Last week, I got the call and made an appointment to bring the car in – they told me it would take about 2.5 hours. I brought books, my iPad, my phone, and showed up at the…
  • Six of My Favorite Fish Recipes

    Christine
    17 Aug 2015 | 2:32 pm
    We all try to eat better and fish is a super easy way to do that.  Sometimes it can be a little intimidating, so here are six of my favorite fish recipes to get you motivated.  I hope you enjoy them! Marinated Grilled Fish with Fruit Salsa Full Disclosure: The fruit salsa was incredibly delicious.  I didn’t love the orange roughy, I found it a bit fishy, but this is a great dish.  I would do it again with a different fish… maybe mahi, or tuna, or any fish that you know you love.   Herbed Steelhead Trout with Tomatoes and Asparagus This fish is so delicious.  Do not miss it.
  • CoSchedule

    Christine
    11 Aug 2015 | 10:02 am
    This is such a great resource – I’ve been using it for about a year and I just love it. Recently they made some changes and upgrades and now it’s even better! It really frees me up to create content and not spend all my time promoting it. There’s a free 14 day trial, so there’s absolutely no risk.  I thought I’d share with you, my CoSchedule review. Really simple to use, set up your account, install the plug in and get started. In your dashboard sidebar, you’ll see a link for “Calendar”. Hover over it and you have a few choices, Calendar,…
  • Hudson at Waterway East

    Christine
    10 Aug 2015 | 11:11 am
    Last week I took a trip to Delray to see my mother. I was road tripping with my son who is going to stay with his grandmother for a while and we were looking forward to the trip.  Google maps said it was 257 miles and I was a little apprehensive about driving so far, through areas I’d never been.  I abhor traffic.  Like, road rage abhor and I was a little worried.  Turns out I was worried for nothing, the ride was a breeze and we made it in about 3.5 hours with one pit stop. When we got there, we were starving, a little road weary and very, very thirsty.  My mother had planned to…
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  • Slow Cooker Paleo Jalapeno Popper Chicken Chili

    31 Aug 2015 | 8:34 am
    Fall, football games, and chili season is JUST around the corner. Here's a delicious, hearty, bean-less chili recipe made in the slow cooker with ground chicken, ground beef and sweet potatoes – the perfect combination from Juli Bauer's Paleo Cookbook.This might be the easiest slow cooker chili recipe I've ever made because it's very little prep! Just throw all the ingredients into the slow cooker – no need to brown the ground meat or any of the other ingredients first. After the meat cooks, you then break it up with a wooden spoon – genius! I wasn't sure how this…
  • Cucumber, Parsley, Pineapple and Lemon Smoothie

    30 Aug 2015 | 6:58 am
    I've been on a smoothie kick all summer, it's my go-to breakfast after a workout and also a great way to clean out my fridge. Rather than juicing, smoothies use the whole fruit and vegetables which retain the nutrients in the skins and have more fiber to keep you full longer. This super healthy smoothie is surprisingly sweet and so yummy, made with absolutely no dairy – delicious!I've been using The Blender Girl Smoothies Cookbook a lot this summer. The author, Tess Masters is a blender master! Her book has 100 smoothie recipes that are healthy, vegan, paleo and gluten-free.
  • Slimmed Down Shrimp Po’ Boy

    25 Aug 2015 | 8:49 am
      A quick, slimmed down version of the popular Louisiana style sandwich. A traditional Shrimp Po Boy is always fried and served with melted butter. This lighter version is sauteed in a skillet with lots of seasoning, and topped with a fresh herb buttermilk slaw on a healthier whole grain French baguette.Sandwiches for dinner are a great way to make a quick weeknight meal – this dish takes about 20 minutes to make an it's very substantial. A tip I like to use when making a sandwich on French bread is cut a larger slice of bread, then scoop out some of the inside of the bread to give you…
  • Veggie Lasagna Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms

    23 Aug 2015 | 8:47 am
    Portobello mushrooms stuffed with spinach, bell peppers, cheese and marinara sauce – a delicious meatless meal that's low-carb and pretty genius!This recipe was inspired by Jim Carver who shared his love for stuffed portobello mushrooms with me. I took his idea, and made a lasagna style mushroom, topped it with my homemade marinara sauce and some cheese and baked this in the oven. Out came this deliciousness, perfect for vegetarians, low-carbers, gluten-free, or anyone who wants to enjoy a meatless meal.A few tips for success – look for large caps with high walls with no cracks on the…
  • Whipped Coconut Cream

    19 Aug 2015 | 5:44 pm
      With just two ingredients – canned coconut milk and powdered sugar, you can whip up this easy non-dairy, vegan whipped cream to serve with berries, dessert or anyway you wish to use it. Because I’m coconut obsessed, I can't get enough of this stuff. The hardest part about making it is remembering to put the can in the refrigerator the night before, it's that easy!Light coconut milk will not work here, you'll need to use the full fat kind. The cream floats to the top and hardens as it chills in the refrigerator all night. Then you combine it with sugar and whip it up.
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  • Paleo fried chicken with almond crust

    Erika Kerekes
    19 Aug 2015 | 1:14 pm
    I've been trying to eat fewer grains lately. This is tough for me - no one is a bigger fan of the white starch category than I am. But hey, I'm coming up on 50. I figure it's time to make a few adjustments. I came across a few "Paleo" recipes for fried chicken coated with almond meal instead of flour. I doubt I'll ever move all the way over to a true Paleo diet - it's pretty restrictive - but
  • Perfect tomato soup {no dairy}

    Erika Kerekes
    5 Aug 2015 | 3:55 pm
    Got tomatoes? I'm not growing any this year, but I often buy "second" heirloom tomatoes at the farmers market. They're a little soft and scarred, but they taste the same and they're much cheaper. And they're perfect for tomato soup. I've seen tomato soup recipes that add sugar and baking soda to smooth out the flavors and balance the acid in the tomatoes. I don't. I want my tomato soup to
  • How to make perfect cheese popcorn

    Erika Kerekes
    23 Jul 2015 | 4:52 pm
    Every afternoon around 3 p.m. I look around my home office and think "Yep, time for a snack." Popcorn is one of my go-to afternoon snacks. I used to do the nasty microwave bags. But then I read Elise's "Perfect Popcorn" method on Simply Recipes and threw the bags away. A pot, some oil, popcorn kernels, salt, and five minutes: That's all it takes to make truly perfect popcorn with virtually
  • Roasted Hatch chile mayonnaise

    Erika Kerekes
    21 Jul 2015 | 1:16 pm
    It's almost Hatch chile season again, and foodies around the U.S. are getting excited. The long, tapered green chiles from New Mexico have a cult following here in southern California. I can get both the hot and mild varieties at just about every grocery store within a 10-mile radius. Many stores have chile-roasting events in their parking lots so you can take home bags of freshly roasted
  • Dazzling food and complex business logistics at Dodger Stadium

    Erika Kerekes
    14 Jun 2015 | 4:25 pm
    Once a year the Los Angeles Dodgers invite food bloggers like me to visit Dodger Stadium, sample the new menu items from the stadium's ever-improving concession stands, and take in a game. I've been lucky enough to be on the list twice now, and it's one of my favorite events of the year. The food at Dodger Stadium, where Executive Chef Jason Tingley is in charge of all the kitchens, seems to
 
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  • A Brownie that sizzled – There are some surprises, we are better off without them

    sanjeeta kk
    30 Aug 2015 | 10:02 am
    “Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” ~ Churchill I don’t really like surprises, not the bad and big ones anyway. Whether in life or in my kitchen at home, I expect things to happen just the way they always have. Hmm..if only wishes were horses… The fact of the matter is that nothing is ever certain and life gives you strange surprise when you least expect from it. Back then, I was too vulnerable to react to such unexpected surprises in life. I am probably a little more casual and fun-loving now, I don’t sulk or get…
  • Recipes & Food Styling | Paneer Kathi roll and paneer pumpkin curry – A goal without a plan is just a wish

    sanjeeta kk
    22 Aug 2015 | 2:29 am
    “A goal without a plan is just a wish” ~ Antoine Among so many other things in life, ‘pre-planning’ is one another important life-lesson I learnt from my mom. Her day would not end peacefully until all the things in her kitchen is organized for the next day. She would continue murmuring her task list and keep moving in and out of kitchen…God knows for how many times, before hitting the bed everyday. She would hurriedly knead the chapatti (flat bread) dough to refrigerate, select the lentil (daal) and vegetables to be cooked, check her stored bottles of homemade…
  • Recipe & Food Styling |Two Easy Indian Curries – Enjoying the roller coaster that is life..

    sanjeeta kk
    8 Aug 2015 | 3:13 am
    “You must give up the life you planned in order to have the life that is waiting for you.” ~ Joseph Campbell Infact, I had no plans or any set goals for my life before jumping onto the bandwagon of food blogging. The only time when I needed to make a so called ‘plan’ was when I had to visit the grocery store, my doctor’s clinic, parents meet at school, activity classes for kids or to deposit cheques in the bank. Life has suddenly become very fast and busy with a sudden spur of activities over the last few years. The life which seems to stretch out forever, zips on by..days…
  • Recipe & Food Styling |Brown rice and lentil pilaf or Rajasthani channa dal pulao – Work is fun when your comfort levels are high

    sanjeeta kk
    26 Jul 2015 | 6:51 am
    It all started with scribbling recipes and struggling to click good food photos for Lite Bite, seven years back. And now I feel really lucky enough to stumble on a way of life that I not only like, but love to live. There are three completed food photo-shoot assignments which are pending to be written about on Lite Bite. But I could not resist to pen down the experience and all the fun that went into yesterdays’ shoot for ‘The Park Hyatt’ with Kunal Daswani. The photo-shoot was finalized after a couple of meets and exchange of mails between the Ad agency (Rubecon), client,…
  • Recipe | Pumpkin and Carrot Barley Risotto – You never know how much you can achieve until you try

    sanjeeta kk
    11 Jul 2015 | 6:28 am
    “People will walk in and walk out of your life, but the one whose footstep made a long lasting impression is the one you should never allow to walk out.” ~ Michael Bassey Moving through my own life, I have crossed path with many such persons who have left a lasting impression on me. Some of them are talented writers, passionate bloggers and excellent cooks who constantly inspire & motivate me at every step. One such person for me has been Pratibha, a wonderful writer and a remarkable friend whose warmth, simplicity and achievements I appreciate. The trust and faith she has on me…
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  • Slow Cooker Barbecue Beef Brisket

    13 Aug 2015 | 6:47 pm
    I always thought that making great BBQ beef brisket required alot of time, effort, and patience. With busy schedules, many people just don't have that kind of time or energy after getting home from a long day of work.  Well this recipe is the answer!  You can apply the rub to the beef brisket the night before and refrigerate.  In the morning, just place the brisket in a slow cooker with a few other ingredients.  By the time you arrive home, there will be a big slab of BBQ greatness waiting for you.  Enjoy!Recommended Equipment:slow cookerIngredients:3 pound beef…
  • Basic BBQ Rub

    7 Aug 2015 | 6:32 pm
    This is a basic, all-purpose BBQ rub that will treat any cuts of beef or piggy right.  If you really like BBQ, you may want to buy as many of these ingredients wholesale - it will save you alot of money over the long run!Ingredients:1/2 cup sugar1/4 cup paprika1/8 cup garlic powder1/8 cup kosher salt1/8 cup onion salt1/8 cup celery salt1/8 cup black pepper1/8 cup chili powder1/2 tspn dry mustard1/4 tspn cayenne pepperPreparation:Mix all of the ingredients together until well combined.Store in an air-tight container for up to 6 months. United States    Texas  […
  • North Carolina BBQ Sauce

    3 Aug 2015 | 5:53 pm
    If you like North Carolina style (vinegar-based) BBQ sauce, you will love this simple recipe.  I usually use Open Pit BBQ Sauce as the base because it is inexpensive, easy to find, and tastes great.  Feel free to substitute your favorite store bought sauce to add your personal touch to this recipe.  Ingredients:2 cups apple cider vinegar1 (12oz.) bottles prepared barbecue sauce, such as Head Country Original BBQ Sauce. 1/2 Cup firmly packed dark brown sugar1/8 cup granulated sugar1 tbsp sea salt1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce1/2 tbsp crushed red pepper flakes1/2 tspn…
  • Collard Greens Au Gratin

    1 Aug 2015 | 4:30 pm
    This year we decided to try to grow some collard greens in our backyard garden.  Despite the unusual amount of rain in June and July, the greens did great!  After they reached almost 3 feet in height, we decided it was time for harvest and tried this recipe out.  It turned out to be a tasty side dish and versatile as well.  Here is the recipe for Collard Greens Au Gratin.Equipment:8 X 12 inch casserole panIngredients:1 tbsp olive oil1 cup diced bacon (about 1/2 pack)3/4 cup diced red onion1 cup diced portobello mushrooms2 bunches of collard greens, de-veined, cut into…
  • Restaurant-Grade Buttermilk Pancakes

    13 Nov 2013 | 6:55 pm
    If you are looking for an easy-to-make pancake recipe, give this one a try.  These buttermilk pancakes taste identical to the ones that they serve at the Original Pancake House!  The only ingredient that you may not have already stocked in your kitchen is buttermilk.  But have no fear.  You can easily make your own for this recipe by pouring 3 teaspoons of white vinegar into a measuring cup and then adding enough whole milk to make 1 and 1/8 cup.  Let the mixture sit for a couple of minutes and then you have a mixture that tastes just like buttermilk.  Here is…
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    SmoothieWeb.com

  • Apple ‘N’ Oats Smoothie for Health

    Shell Harris
    14 Aug 2015 | 8:25 am
    The post Apple ‘N’ Oats Smoothie for Health appeared first on SmoothieWeb.com. What a wonderful breakfast smoothie combination. Apple, oats and cinnamon are a delicious flavor combo and are good for your health and energy. And just how good is cinnamon for you? A study of those who took the cinnamon saw a reduction in weight and BMI, ... The post Apple ‘N’ Oats Smoothie for Health appeared first on SmoothieWeb.com. Related recipes: Spiced Carrot Smoothie Apple Pie Smoothie Apple Blast Smoothie
  • 7 Smoothie Recipes for a Week of Good Health

    Shell Harris
    21 Jun 2014 | 8:09 pm
    The post 7 Smoothie Recipes for a Week of Good Health appeared first on SmoothieWeb.com. Try our 7-Day smoothie diet. One healthy smoothie to help you detox and keep a healthy weight. Start every morning with a smoothie and eat a healthy diet the rest of the day. A good smoothie is a good start. For lunch, have lean protein, whole grain, ... The post 7 Smoothie Recipes for a Week of Good Health appeared first on SmoothieWeb.com. Related recipes: Berry Healthy Breakfast Smoothie Recipe 12 Heart Healthy Foods for Smoothies to Decrease Your Risk Of Heart Disease Tangerine Pomegranate Smoothie
  • Power Protein Strawberry Smoothie

    Shell Harris
    21 Jun 2014 | 7:55 pm
    The post Power Protein Strawberry Smoothie appeared first on SmoothieWeb.com. Don’t overlook this 2-fruit smoothie. The fruits get a big healthy boost from the flaxseed oil and brewer’s yeast, which will help you keep a healthy weight. Research shows that protein is more filling than fat or carbs, which makes it an important factor in ... The post Power Protein Strawberry Smoothie appeared first on SmoothieWeb.com. Related recipes: Strawberry Banana Protein Packed Smoothie Berry Banana Soy Milk Smoothie with Brewer’s Yeast High-calorie, high-protein smoothie
 
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    Jewish Holiday Recipe

  • Free weight exercises exercises Versus Machine (Part 1)

    admin
    14 Aug 2015 | 4:21 am
    This article begins with a warning. It will not be totally objective and may perceive some anti-machine feeling. In 90% of cases I do not use the machines, but two three. When the exercises were not run correctly adjustable dumbbell set with free weight, it is very easy to move a part of your body out of alignment and derail accordingly. This will increase your chances of injury, so you need to be 100% sure of what you’re doing and be able to recognize when your way is wrong. If you go to a gym that has many weights of each weight, you can spend much time waiting for the others to…
  • The end of the fuel subsidized in Morocco

    admin
    29 Jul 2015 | 6:39 am
    The former Minister of energy of Ricardo Lagos, who faced the trasandino fuel cuts, says that policies of freezing of prices affected the exploration of new deposits of hydrocarbons in the country. If the consumer has any of these rates you can subscribe this company Iberdrola offer. It is a rate that is designed for small businesses, where does not have a term of abuse and that complies with these requirements. The trade to the retail gas cooking involves the purchase of large quantities of cooking gas, store it in tanks, and their sales people business gas prices in the uk that used…
  • 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.

  • Fresh Cantaloupe Salsa

    Lauren Keating
    1 Sep 2015 | 1:30 am
    Mix things up at your Labor Day barbecue with this refreshing cantaloupe salsa, brought to you in partnership with Food Should Taste Good! The other night, we decided to try a new-to-us Mexican place for dinner. The menu was incredible – we had fried oysters with habanero glaze, cornmeal-crusted avocado tacos, and the most amazing pinto beans I’ve ever tasted. I didn’t have the opportunity to try it, but I was also really intrigued by the cantaloupe gazpacho that they were serving that night. I went home full of inspiration and whipped up this cantaloupe salsa a few nights…
  • Frozen Peach and Mixed Berry Sangria

    Lauren Keating
    28 Aug 2015 | 1:30 am
    Made with Barefoot Refresh® Perfectly Pink Spritzer and a splash of elderflower liqueur, frozen peach and mixed berry sangria is perfect for your end-of-summer get-togethers. (This is a sponsored post created in partnership with Barefoot Refresh.) Labor Day is right around the corner, but I refuse to say good-bye to summer just yet. The weather has been gorgeous, and even though this weekend marks the unofficial end of summer I bet we still have a few great weekends ahead of us. As long as the sun is shining, I’ll be outside soaking it in with a glass of this frozen peach and mixed…
  • How to Make Homemade Udon

    Lauren Keating
    26 Aug 2015 | 1:30 am
    Fresh homemade udon noodles are surprisingly easy to make – all you need are 4 simple ingredients and a lazy weekend afternoon. They freeze really well, so you can always have them on hand for fast and easy weeknight dinners! If you’ve been reading Healthy Delicious for a while, you probably already know that I love udon noodles. Imagine my excitement when one of my most recent culinary school assignments was to make them from scratch! These fresh noodles are a million times more delicious than the dried noodles that I usually buy at the grocery store. They have an amazing texture –…
  • Pomegranate + Dark Chocolate Ice Cream

    Lauren Keating
    20 Aug 2015 | 1:30 am
    Make the most of the last few weeks of summer with homemade pomegranate ice cream with dark chocolate chips. It might look fancy, but with just six ingredients (plus a trick that cuts it down to 3!) it couldn’t be easier to make! I remember in past years it’s seemed like as soon as August rolled in, so did cloudy skies. This year, it seems like the warm weather is sticking around longer than usual – and I’ve been soaking it all in! (Although has anyone else noticed that the days already seem to be getting shorter? Not cool.) The warmer-than-normal weather has meant that…
  • Mexican Chocolate Cream Pie

    Lauren Keating
    13 Aug 2015 | 1:30 am
    This chocolate cream pie, flavored with cinnamon and chipotle, is sinfully rich. You’d never guess it has a healthy secret! This pie. is. everything. Seriously, there are so many thins to tout about it that I don’t even know where to start. It’s no bake. Loaded with protein. Low in sugar. Dairy free. Vegan. And so incredibly rich and delicious that you won’t believe any of that unless you’re the one who made it. I’m obsessed – you should definitely give it a try! The secret to the luxuriously creamy mousse-like filling in this pie? Silken tofu! I know –…
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    Authentic Greek Recipes

  • 5 Most Popular Greek Recipes August 2015

    31 Aug 2015 | 4:12 am
     These were the most popular Greek recipes on our blog for August 2015.1. Fanouropita  2. Stuffed Vegetables (Gemista)3. Pastichio 4. Roast Lamb with Potatoes and Feta Cheese 5. Dolmades (Stuffed Grape Leaves)ca-pub-5932202259726035
  • 10 Most Repinned Greek Recipes for August 2015

    30 Aug 2015 | 4:43 am
     These were our 10 most repinned Greek recipes on Pinterest  for August 2015. 1. Peinirli2. Cheese Pie (Tiropita)3. Eggplant Papoutsakia 4. Stuffed Vegetables (Gemista) 5. Fasolakia (Fresh Green Beans)6. Fasolada (Bean Soup)7. Sesame Cookies8. Spinach Pie (Spanakopita)  9. Loukoumades 10. Eggplant Fritters (Melitzanokeftedes)Follow us on Pinterestsymposioca-pub-5932202259726035
  • 9 Easy Greek Recipes For Kids

    29 Aug 2015 | 3:13 am
    Want to find some easy Greek recipes for kids? We've listed 9 below that we have found to be favourites with kids. Just click on the links to go to the recipes. CHEESE PIE (TIROPITA) Nice, light and delicious.CHICKEN LEMONATO A simple and traditional Greek recipe for preparing chicken. Very popular with the kids!  KEFTEDAKIA These are especially good at kids' parties. They disappear really quickly! PASTICHIO Just watch this disappear down their throats! A favourite with adults as well. PATATOPITA (POTATO PIE) A relatively easy to make pie…
  • Greek Fanouropita - Agios Fanourios Name Day

    25 Aug 2015 | 3:14 am
     August 27th is the name day of Agios (Saint) Fanourios, the patron saint of things lost. His name is invoked when praying for the recovery of lost items. Fanouropita is a cake traditionally eaten on his name day.If you want to prepare a Fanouropita, click here to go to the recipe.Eat and Enjoy!   ca-pub-5932202259726035
  • 26 Popular Greek Mezes and Side Dishes

    24 Aug 2015 | 3:17 am
    A Greek meze is a small dish - an appetizer or side dish - and it is very popular here for people to eat a selection of these as lunch or dinner. More often than not they are accompanied by ouzo or tsipouro. There is something quite idyllic about sitting by the sea, listening to the waves lapping onto the shore and nibbling at your mezes whilst slowly sipping your drink!The word meze came from the same Turkish word, which in turn came from the Persian word maze, meaning 'taste, flavour, smack, relish'.Dolmades (Stuffed Grape Leaves)TzatzikiEggplant Dip (Melitzanosalata)Melitzanosalata…
 
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    Pots and Frills

  • Bread and Kale Gnocchi

    Pots and Frills
    2 Sep 2015 | 6:19 pm
    During my recent vacations in Poland I did not cook at all but ate a lot. I enjoyed Polish food and most of all Polish bread. I think we have one of the best breads in the world and the richest variety of it.In any Polish home it is almost religious to have plenty of bread in a bread box. But, because we are so obsessed with bread, we often buy too much of it. Then, on the next day, we cannot resist buying a new batch straight from the bakery, fresh and warm and this way we repeatedly end up with significant amounts of old bread which, although still good on the next day, cannot compete with…
  • Peach Crostata

    Pots and Frills
    8 Jul 2015 | 5:33 pm
    Crostata is a type of Italian, rustic pie or tart. It is very easy to make, does not require any special baking pan or skills. I make mine in a food processor, which is even easier. There are many crostata doughs. I have been often experimenting with a basic crostata base adding different types of flour or nuts and trying it with different toppings. Crostata can be made with almost any seasonal fruit. Even those most juicy once like blueberries or raspberries are good since you can always add extra flour to absorb the juice. Peach crostata made with local peaches has recently become my…
  • Cauliflower in a Herbs and Mustard Sauce

    Pots and Frills
    21 Jun 2015 | 6:55 pm
    When I am in Poland I like my cauliflower to be cooked and served in a traditional Polish way, sprinkled with fried breadcrumbs and accompanied by a tomato and onion salad. But this dish tastes best in Poland where cauliflower and tomatoes taste different than here. So whenever I make a cauliflower here, I am always looking for a recipe that is not similar to that Polish dish. Since this is a high season for a locally grown cauliflower I have been buying it more often at my local farmers market. Besides the traditional white ones, now they also come in yellow and purple varieties, which look…
  • Parmesan Cream

    Pots and Frills
    14 Jun 2015 | 1:44 pm
    I found very similar recipes for this cream in both Italian and French cuisine books. They seemed rather simple to make, especially if you are familiar with the bain marie method, and looked very delicious. Both recipes called for almost the same ingredients although the Italian was richer because of the heavy whipping cream, and the French was richer in eggs but lighter on cream. Just by reading of all the nice ingredients of this recipe I imagined that it could taste really nice so recently, when I bought a big chunk of genuine Italian Parmesan, I thought it was good time to experiment with…
  • Lemon-Wine Mousse with Berries

    Pots and Frills
    31 May 2015 | 6:03 am
    This light mousse is a perfect dessert for hot days. Very light and not too sour but, at the same time, almost spicy from the wine, this mousse can be served alone just with a delicate cookie. It can be also served with any berries. It goes great with strawberries, raspberries, or blueberries, or all of them mixed together. I made it this mousse last week and finished it with sweet raspberries and blueberries. Wherever they come from, they are now at their best in our region and their taste and sweetness go nicely with the tartness of the mousse. Lemon-Wine Mousse with Berries(Six servings)…
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  • No bake | Coffee White Chocolate Panna Cotta … ♥ indulgent ♥ indulgent ♥ indulgent ♥ #eggless #dessert #coffee

    Deeba @ PAB
    29 Aug 2015 | 1:29 am
    Indulgent, indulgent, indulgent. If you are a coffee lover, then this Coffee White Chocolate Panna Cotta is the dessert with you. The addition of good quality white chocolate adds depth and body to the dessert. The post No bake | Coffee White Chocolate Panna Cotta … ♥ indulgent ♥ indulgent ♥ indulgent ♥ #eggless #dessert #coffee appeared first on Passionate About Baking.
  • No Bake | Chicken Pasta Salad in Home Made Buttermilk Salad Dressing #mealinabowl #comfortfood

    Deeba @ PAB
    18 Aug 2015 | 11:18 am
    A nice summery Chicken Pasta Salad in Home Made Buttermilk Salad Dressing which can be made ahead for summer. Toss together and serve immediately in winter. It's a meal in a bowl, and adaptable to taste. Use the best seasonal greens, preferably home grown or organic The post No Bake | Chicken Pasta Salad in Home Made Buttermilk Salad Dressing #mealinabowl #comfortfood appeared first on Passionate About Baking.
  • Travelogue | Swiss Made Grand Tour. Letting the good times roll #SwissMade #GrandTour #NDTVGoodTimes {part 1}

    Deeba @ PAB
    16 Aug 2015 | 9:37 am
    Swiss Made Grand Tour. 7 days. Road trip. Driving through the Swiss country. Hired cars. 6 cities, maybe more, hosted by Switzerland Tourism, organised by NDTV Good Times. Like a dream which kept getting better and better. The post Travelogue | Swiss Made Grand Tour. Letting the good times roll #SwissMade #GrandTour #NDTVGoodTimes {part 1} appeared first on Passionate About Baking.
  • Cooking | Smoked Bhopali Köfte – a curry with a Turkish twist of taste

    Deeba @ PAB
    24 Jul 2015 | 9:20 pm
    Lightly spiced, moist, flavourful lamb mince Smoked Bhopali Köfte with a Turkish influence. Enjoy them in this Indian style curry, else grill them as kebabs if you like. The post Cooking | Smoked Bhopali Köfte – a curry with a Turkish twist of taste appeared first on Passionate About Baking.
  • Feature | What’s Hip in Food This Summer? #onlinecontest #foodpanda #icecream

    Deeba @ PAB
    19 Jul 2015 | 10:24 am
    What's Hip in Food This Summer? For me, ice cream is Hip in Food This Summer! Eat anytime, store ahead, get creative with it, or then just DIG IN! It's a fun contest, a simple one that spoils you too as you get vouchers to order the food you blog about! More information here, and the rules here. Hurry because the contest is limited to the first 40 participants. The post Feature | What’s Hip in Food This Summer? #onlinecontest #foodpanda #icecream appeared first on Passionate About Baking.
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    Food and Family Life in Cornwall | Jam and Clotted Cream

  • Meal Plan 31st August - 6th September 2015

    Beth Sachs
    1 Sep 2015 | 12:53 am
    It's back to school on Friday here, so we're going to enjoy the last few days of the summer holidays in hopefully dry weather (been a bit lacking this year). We're off for a bike ride down the Camel Trail today (Wadebridge to Bodmin) and tomorrow we have two birthday parties. It was Heidi's Christening on Sunday (have a look at the cake!) so this weeks meal plan is based around leftovers from that. Have a good week xMonday 31st AugustLeftovers from ChristeningTuesday 1st SeptemberPicnic on the Camel Trail with leftovers from the Christening - pasties, quiche, sausage rollsWednesday 2nd…
  • Heidi's Christening Cake

    Beth Sachs
    31 Aug 2015 | 2:58 am
    We had a lovely day for Heidi's Christening! Hope you all have a great Bank Holiday.
  • Oven Baked Chicken, Pea & Spinach Risotto

    Beth Sachs
    24 Aug 2015 | 11:42 am
    I've got another super easy chicken recipe to share with you today. Utilising the trusty Sunday leftovers, this creamy risotto is one of my 'bung it in the oven' varieties. No stirring means you have time to get on with other things - at the moment this means mopping my muddy floors! I'm sure the weather will get better once the kids go back to School.The kids aren't that keen on spinach so I only added a small handful - it would quite happily take a lot more. I also added a couple of bacon rashers too as I had them in the fridge, but it would be fine without.Have a good week - I can't…
  • Meal Plan 24th - 30th August 2015

    Beth Sachs
    23 Aug 2015 | 11:45 am
    Its Baby H's Christening on Sunday and as well as preparing all of the food, I've also set myself the goal of trying to lose half a stone in a week (in an attempt to be able to squeeze into my favourite dress). It didn't help that yesterday we went to a party - me with good intentions to drive....fast forward 4 hours, 4 glasses of wine later, 2 burgers and lots of crisps and there I was rolling into bed with the room spinning! Back on track tomorrow.....Monday 24th August Slow Cooker Sausage and Onion Casserole with lots of veggiesTuesday 25th AugustLeft oversWednesday 26th AugustBeef Stir…
  • Triple Chocolate Brownies

    Beth Sachs
    20 Aug 2015 | 12:12 pm
    I can't eat any of these (insert sad face).  I have half a stone of mostly back fat to lose in 9 days. Please pray for me.It's Baby H's Christening on the 30th August and NOTHING in my wardrobe fits me (and no time to make the 80 mile round trip to the nearest decent shops either). She's 20 weeks now and with the other two the weight literally fell off - not this time.  I've been burying my head in the sand but its time to take action. I do plenty of exercise and eat pretty healthily (apart from the odd ('ahem') glass of wine) but it looks like I'm going to have to work harder to…
 
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    The Daily Dish

  • Sweet And Salty Has Never Tasted As Good As These Salted Dark Chocolate Oranges

    Better Recipes Staff
    1 Sep 2015 | 8:00 am
    Salty and sweet is one of the most perfect combinations when it comes to the culinary world. You really can go wrong with it, and these salted dark chocolate oranges are proof! They taste so good that you won’t be sure if you’re allowed to be eating them in public. Keep reading for the recipe…When a recipe tastes as good as this one and it only takes 15 -minutes to make, then there shouldn’t be any excuse as to why you shouldn’t make it! Oranges combined with chocolate is a perfect match of salty and sweet that you won’t be able to get enough of! So try out…
  • This Spanish Omelet Will Make You Want Breakfast Anytime Of The Day

    Better Recipes Staff
    31 Aug 2015 | 8:00 am
    Breakfast, the most important meal of the day and we’re serving it up the Better Recipes way! This Spanish-inspired omelet is going to be one of the best omelets you’ve ever eaten! It is packed with flavor and it’s just so easy to make! Keep reading for the recipe…The cheese, potatoes, eggs and peppers just bring this dish to a whole different level! We never knew a simple breakfast could taste so gourmet before this recipe! It’s such an easy and quick breakfast that can really be enjoyed anytime of the day. People are going to be begging you for the recipe, but…
  • Silky Smooth And Yummy Apricot Smoothie

    Better Recipes Staff
    30 Aug 2015 | 8:00 am
    Today, we bring to you, fast and fruity flavors that you are truly going to love! This simple and delicious smoothie recipe use fresh apricots to create one of the best smoothies we have ever drank. If you have just about 10-minutes, then we recommend that you try this smooth and flavorful recipe out immediately! Keep reading for the recipe…If you think the picture looks delicious, then that’s because it is delicious! This recipe will make your taste buds sing a glorious song of thanks! You are going to be thirsty for more and more. The fresh apricots, the ginger, the coconut milk…
  • Everyone Needs More Cheese, So Here’s Some Fried Mozzarella Poppers

    Better Recipes Staff
    29 Aug 2015 | 8:00 am
    We have such a love affair with cheese, it’s more of an obsession. We hope that you’re gonna love these great-tasting and simple cheesy fried poppers. You really need to try these cheesy bites of delicious flavors! Keep reading for the recipe…The mozzarella cheese in these poppers just add so much flavor to a recipe that’s already amazingly flavorful fried recipe! And who doesn’t love some very cheesy every once in awhile? This simple recipe is the greatest pop of cheese you’ll probably have and they are super quick to make! If you have 30-minutes, then we…
  • Savory Southwestern Egg Rolls That You Truly Need To Try

    Better Recipes Staff
    28 Aug 2015 | 8:00 am
    The American Southwest has such great-tasting foods, so we’re putting a little twist on the typical Chinese recipe. These egg rolls are just what you need in your life right now. They’re perfect and they taste like a little piece of paradise! Keep reading for the recipe… Egg rolls alone are just so tasty but, when you add an American twist on them, they just become so much better! Southwestern flavors are just so delicious! You have the spice, the chicken and so many other flavors from the corn and beans. You’re going to wonder how so much flavor could be packed into…
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    Tastydays

  • Trends & Friends: The Outdoor Chef

    brent
    4 Sep 2015 | 9:05 pm
    Ray Bonner from the Outdoor Chef shows us some great tailgating recipes.? ? >>> thanks for sticking with us. we have ray bonner. what are we cooking today? >> today we have two, three things things that are simple and good. stuffed jalapenos and stuffed hot wings wrapped with bacon. you can do this with hot dogs or any sausage. later fajitas from raider red meat and jalapeno cheese sausage from texas tech. >> we were talking about this earlier it is all about being simple with tailgating request many >> yeah. jalapenos are, you know you can wrap ’em with bacon, i prefer to cook the…
  • Trends & Friends: The Outdoor Chef Part Two

    brent
    4 Sep 2015 | 9:05 pm
    Ray shows us some more recipes.? ? >>> welcome back to “trends and friends.” we are talking all things tailgating ahead of texas tech’s first game tomorrow. what are we doing this time? >> today we are doing raider red meats already premarinated fajita meat they come in long pieces. when you cook ’em what is important is when you slice a piece of meat the grain run two ways, one way if you see how the strings this way, that makes it tougher. so if you caught cross the grain like this, you see the difference when we pull the meat. >> there you go. >> you want to cut…
  • Iowa Steak Company

    brent
    4 Sep 2015 | 5:05 pm
    Iowa Steak Companygood steaks coming your way. >> meaghan: i mean, i can think of no better way to spend the final lingering days of summer than out on the grill. andy agrees with me, don’t you, sir? >> absolutely. >> meaghan: this is your specialty. andy, iowa steaks. >> iowa steak company, the only company here in amarillo that does door-to-door selling. >> meaghan: this is an interesting thing, right? you go door to door and get your steaks delivered to you? >> absolutely. >> meaghan: i like it. >> today we’re going to show you how the cook the steaks and how i cook the steaks…
  • Fresh Herbs And Spices

    brent
    4 Sep 2015 | 11:05 am
    Anita Dukeman shows which spices and herbs work best in recipes.the station, pick up your prizes. congratulations. >> back here talking about herbs and spices. >> we took the chicken that we made with those spices. garlic, oregano. sauteed it in a pan. took about ten minutes. depending on the thickness of the chicken. we mixed a salad. that dressing matt made. put it in a jar. shook it up. it has kind of a greek flair to it. i thought cheese, red onion. we took sandy’s tomatoes, salad i put the chicken in there so we could have a full meal. >> thought the pain when you hit 29. exercise…
  • Top 4 Grilling Recipes From Smith’s

    brent
    4 Sep 2015 | 11:05 am
    Top 4 grilling recipes from Smith’sguest: chef tony from: smith’s food & drug topic: tailgating recipes talking points: muffaletta sandwich for the olive salad 1 cup pitted olives, preferably a mix, roughly chopped 1 tablespoon minced shallots 1 tablespoon minced celery 1/2 cup roasted red pepper strips 2 tablespoons capers, rinsed, dried, and roughly chopped 2 to 3 italian hot pickled peppers , chopped 3 tablespoons olive oil 1 tablespoon red wine vinegar kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper for the sandwich 1 loaf focaccia, halved lengthwise 4 ounces salami, thinly…
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  • Cinnamon Cream

    Creamright
    24 Aug 2015 | 3:50 pm
    Ingredients: 1.75 cups heavy cream 0.5 cups cinnamon syrup Preparation: Put all ingredients into the whipper. Screw on 1 n20 cream charger and shake vigorously.
  • Mango & Coconut Cream

    Creamright
    20 Aug 2015 | 3:37 pm
    Ingredients: 3/4 cup heavy cream 3/4 cup coconut milk 1/2 cup mango puree 1 tbsp. lemon juice 1 tbsp. powdered sugar Preparation: Stir all ingredients well, then pass through the iSi funnel & sieve directly into the dispenser. Screw on 1 n20 cream charger and shake vigorously. The quantity of purée can be reduced or increased to taste.
  • Garlic Foam Soup

    Creamright
    19 Aug 2015 | 3:44 pm
    Ingredients: 4 x garlic clove(s) 1.75 cups vegetable stock 1.25 tbsp butter 1.25 tbsp flour 1.25 tbsp onion(s) 3.5 tbsp brown bread pinch of salt pinch of white pepper 3.5 tbsp. heavy cream Preparation: Sweat the finely chopped onion in a pot in butter. Deglaze with vegetable stock and cook the vegetables until soft. Puree in a blender until smooth. Then add the heavy cream/flour, briefly heat and bind (to a honey-like consistency). Season with herbs. Pass the mixture through the iSi funnel & sieve directly into the whipper. Screw on 1 n20 cream charger and shake vigorously. Keep the iSi…
  • Easy Chocolate Mousse

    Creamright
    18 Aug 2015 | 3:05 pm
    Ingredients: 1.75 cups heavy cream .75 tbsp. instant coffee 1.75 tbsp. instant hot chocolate 3 tbsp. Cognac .75 tbsp. powdered sugar Preparation: Stir all ingredients until well combined and the powder is completely dissolved, then put into a whipper. Screw on 1 cream charger and shake vigorously. Refrigerate for 1-2 hours.
  • Ginger espuma

    Creamright
    14 Aug 2015 | 3:01 pm
    Ingredients: 7 x sheet(s) of gelatin 1.5 cups ginger 1.25 tbsp. sugar 0.5 cups water Preparation: Soften the gelatin in cold water. Puree the ginger with the sugar and water in a blender until smooth. Heat up part of the mixture and dissolve the well-squeezed gelatin into this. Pass the mixture through the iSi funnel & sieve directly into the whipper, screw on 1 cream charger and shake vigorously. Refrigerate for 3-4 hours.
 
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  • Apple Cheddar Biscuits + Updated Bacon Jam

    Brandon Matzek
    1 Sep 2015 | 7:48 am
    Tender, golden biscuits infused with aged cheddar, apple and onion with sweet and smokey bacon jam on the side. To me, this is a plate of pure happiness. I first made these biscuits (sans apple) two years ago while preparing a southern-inspired dinner for the boyfriend. The menu consisted of brined and breaded pork chops and collards cooked in bacon fat. To round out the plate, I decided to make buttermilk biscuits flavored with items I had in the fridge: sharp cheddar and scallions.  After some quick prep (one bowl) and brief trip to the oven, the hot, cheese-laced drop biscuits were on…
  • Cold Steeped Vanilla Mezcal Ice Cream Recipe

    Brandon Matzek
    27 Aug 2015 | 11:01 am
    You guys.  This ice cream.  I can’t even.  But I will, so let’s dive in. Cold brew coffee is big right now.  I had my first cold brew at Blue Bottle in San Francisco a few years ago, and I loved every drop of it.  The idea behind the cold brew process is that the ground beans sit in cold water for a longer period of time until the flavors leach out into the water.  The resulting cold brew coffee has a sweeter, more complex taste, because heat was not used to extract flavor.  I recently learned that you can apply a similar technique to the ice cream making process.
  • El Guapo

    Brandon Matzek
    24 Aug 2015 | 7:33 am
    You guys, summer is almost over!!  I’m not ready to let go just yet though. Today, I’m sharing my last summer cocktail recipe, El Guapo, a spirited mix of white tequila, bitters, lime juice, salt and Spiced Vanilla Syrup.  I’ve been seriously drinking these on the daily since I finalized the recipe several weeks ago.  Each sip is bright and refreshing with a complex sweetness from the syrup.  A perfect libation for a weekend gathering with friends, or a post-work happy hour (that’s when I’ve been drinking them!).  In a few weeks, I’m sure I’ll be…
  • Portland Recommendations

    Brandon Matzek
    20 Aug 2015 | 7:00 am
    In two and a half weeks, Jorge and I will be heading up to Portland, Oregon for a little weekend get-away.  We first visited Portland back in 2013 for a wedding / vacation, and we absolutely loved the city.  Relaxed vibe, incredible food and gorgeous nature abound.  Before our 2013 trip, I asked you guys for foodie recommendations, and you seriously delivered.  So here I am again, asking for some new recommendations  What are the new hotspots?  What’s changed?  Any fun non-foodie activities that you would recommend (tours, hikes, boutiques and the such)? Thanks again for your…
  • Plum Glazed Salmon + Fish Brine

    Brandon Matzek
    18 Aug 2015 | 2:12 pm
    Similar to last week’s post, today’s article is a double feature. Recipe #1 is Plum Glazed Salmon, a simple dinner recipe that comes together in a snap. Recipe #2 is a Fish Brine recipe that may just vastly improve your fish-making skills (it definitely improved mine!).  Let’s dive into #1. Over the past several years, I’ve found that I really enjoy cooking salmon fillets during the week. They’re simple to prepare, healthy and cook up in a matter of minutes. Just what I need when I come home tired from work. But, I recently realized that I’ve yet to share…
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  • Harry Potter Birthday Party: The Games and Activities #3

    21 Aug 2015 | 1:50 pm
    Games and Activities - Harry Potter Birthday PartyDon't you love those Quidditch brooms! Originally, they were just for the Quidditch game we had planned for the back yard but then we had the brilliant idea to turn them into a craft too.The brooms were only $3 each and we also bought duct tape in a variety of colours and patterns. We set up the broom station in the backyard. The kids decorated their Quidditch brooms by simply wrapping as much or as little tape as they wanted. We also had a bunch of permanent markers in case they wanted to write Nimbus 2000 on it. They loved it! They took them…
  • Quick and Easy Chicken Pot Pie

    14 Aug 2015 | 8:31 am
    As much as I enjoy making my own stock, pie crusts from scratch and fresh farmers market veggies, there are times when I just don't have the time...or motivation, or time or desire or time to make a pot pie from scratch! This is especially true in the heat of the summer. So when my daughter asked for chicken pot pie for dinner, I wanted to say no, how about ... pretty much anything else. Instead, I went the quick and easy route - store bought rotisserie chicken, store bought pie crust, some fresh and some frozen veggies, and even gravy from a package. I know, some of you stopped reading…
  • Harry Potter Party: Decorations #2

    8 Aug 2015 | 7:54 pm
    Start at the beginning here. It describes the beginning of our daughter's 11th birthday party - Harry Potter themed obviously! My bit of advice this week is to start the decorating process as early as possible. If you have an idea of the type of things you'll need, you'll be able to find good prices on things as you're out and about in daily life instead of panicking at the last minute before the party! That's how I found the owls for the Owlery and potion jars.This post will cover our decorations for our King's Cross Station, the Portrait Hall, the Gryffindor Common Room, the Owlery, Potions…
  • Harry Potter Kids Party: Invitations (#1)

    29 Jul 2015 | 7:31 pm
    Harry Potter Party for KidsI love planning my birthday kids parties. The decorations, games, cake, food, and loot bags all get detailed attention. See our son's Plants vs Zombies party as one example and our daughter's Hawaiian party as another example of fun times! This year my daughter is turning 11 and she is also a huge Harry Potter fan. As any Harry Potter fan knows, Harry was 11 when he received his acceptance letter to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. She was desperately hoping for the same! All I could do was give her a HP birthday party and hope that would be enough!I…
  • Peach Cinnamon Ginger Freezer jam

    22 Jul 2015 | 11:01 am
    I'm on a bit of a freezer jam kick! When I think of homemade jam I think of berries - raspberry, blueberry and strawberry. But every once in awhile I crave something different, like this peach freezer jam with cinnamon and ginger.Chop the peaches quite small but don't completely puree - you can use your food processor for this or a knife.My kids love this with yogurt for breakfast and with ice cream for dessert!Ingredients4 cups well chopped peaches (about 6 large peaches)1 package freezer pectin1 tsp cinnamon1/2 tsp ginger powder1-1/2 cups sugarInstructionsIn a large bowl, whisk sugar, zest…
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  • Bhakarwadi

    Rambabu Uppada
    21 Aug 2015 | 9:11 pm
    The post Bhakarwadi appeared first on Indian Recipe Info Bhakarwadi Bhakarwadi is one of the Maharastrian crispy fried snacks which are stuffed with spicy and tangy ingredients. It goes well with evening tea. Although it takes time to prepare this gram flour snack, it can be stored for long period of time. Ingredients:   Gram flour – 250 gms. Wheat flour – 100 gms. Coconut grate – 100 gms. Sesame seeds – 50 gms. Asafoetida – a pinch Sugar – a pinch Poppy seeds – 50 gms. Coriander leaves 100 gms. (Finely chopped) Tamarind – marble size (…
  • Mysore Pak

    Rambabu Uppada
    13 Aug 2015 | 9:06 pm
    The post Mysore Pak appeared first on Indian Recipe Info Mysore Pak Mysore Pak is one of the south Indian dessert specially prepared during Diwali festival. It is soft to eat and easily melts in mouth. Its main ingredients chick pea flour and ghee blend together such a way that its self life remains long. Ingredients:   Besan (chick pea flour) – 1 cup. Ghee – 2 cups Sugar – 1 1/2 cups Water – 1 3/4 cups Method:   Dissolve sugar in water and boil it. Keep stirring continuously until you get thread consistency   Tip: sugar syrup consistency plays a major…
  • Beetroot Parathas

    Rambabu Uppada
    10 Aug 2015 | 9:17 pm
    The post Beetroot Parathas appeared first on Indian Recipe Info Beetroot Parathas Beetroot Parathas are one of the eye appealing healthy nutritious breakfast recipe for your child. By indulging your child in making these paratas makes your child more interesting to eat. Also it is loaded with Vitamins like A, B and C, it fulfills the gap for nutrients like calcium, magnesium, copper etc. Ingredients: Wheat flour – 2 cups Ghee – 2 tsp. Water – For kneading Salt – as per taste   Ingredients for stuffing:   Beetroots – 2 cups (finely grated) Onions –…
  • Baked Bread Rolls

    Rambabu Uppada
    8 Aug 2015 | 12:48 am
    The post Baked Bread Rolls appeared first on Indian Recipe Info Baked Bread Rolls Baked Bread Rolls are far better than deep fried snacks. These consume less oil and give you crispy sensation. These are filled with vegetables and rolled with bread, so it is considered as one of the healthy evening snack. It is filled with vitamins and nutritions like Vitamin A, Vitamin c and calcium. Ingredients:   Soft bread – 6 slices (Preferably fresh) Cheese – 1 tsp. (Grated) Carrot – 1 Green peas – 3 tsp. Potato – 1(medium sized) Garlic flakes – 2 (crushed) Butter – 1…
  • Badshahi Baingan Recipe

    Rambabu Uppada
    29 Mar 2015 | 4:57 pm
    The post Badshahi Baingan Recipe appeared first on Indian Recipe Info Badshahi Baingan Recipe Badshahi baingan recipe is one of the typical Indian curries made with fried brinjals and special Indian spices. It is served as main course, its gravy and texture makes it perfect to have with either rice or parathas. Ingredients: Brinjals – 300 gms. Onions – 2 (Large size and chopped) Tomatoes – 2 (Large size and chopped) Yogurt/ curd – 1 cup Ginger garlic paste – 2 tsp. Chilli powder – 2 tsp. Turmeric powder – ¼ tsp. Garam masala powder – 1 tsp. Coriander powder – 1 tsp.
 
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  • A Lighter Waldorf Salad

    Guest Blogger
    4 Sep 2015 | 10:13 am
    When I was growing up and the occasion called for a “fancy salad,” one of my aunts made Waldorf salad. My dad would joke that we had to extend our pinkies while we ate it. Unfortunately, I was a mayo-hating child and cannot tell you if it was delicious. My childhood anti-mayo stage is long over, and though I like to slather mayo on a BLT, I tend to not eat it because of the fat calories. Greek yogurt works beautifully to provide the luscious silken texture of mayo, plus you get your choice of fat levels. The following salad works well with 0%, 2% or full-fat Greek yogurt. It’s…
  • Savory Sweet Corn Chowder

    Adam Harkness
    1 Sep 2015 | 2:32 pm
    I know that it’s technically still summer, but the past few days of cool weather have offered pleasant relief from the record breaking temperatures we’ve endured for the past few months. In fact, as I type this, it is gently drizzling ooutside and I’m nice and cozy in my wool socks and slippers. It’s weather like this that gets me thinking about the comfort foods of winter and that’s how I came across this recipe. Like most chowders, this is a dairy-based soup with milk, cream and potatoes. But this recipe uses fresh sweet corn to add texture and maximize flavor.
  • Why Carbs are not the Bad Guy

    Guest Blogger
    27 Aug 2015 | 11:23 am
    For too many years, the media has sold us the virtues of a low-carb (or no-carb) diet, promising excellent weight loss results if we stick mainly to meat and other low-glucose protein sources. However, recent studies have shown that if there is one diet that promotes lasting cardiovascular health and a healthy weight, this is surely the Mediterranean diet, which relies mainly on health, seasonal fruits and vegetables, healthy fats (such as extra-virgin olive oil and Omega-3-rich fatty fish such as wild salmon and tuna), and whole grains, beans, nuts, seeds, legumes and herbs and spices.
  • Quick Peach Sorbet

    Adam Harkness
    25 Aug 2015 | 2:20 pm
    Looking for a quick and easy summer snack? Try this sorbet recipe with nearly any ripe seasonal fruit and enjoy! Whereas ice cream is dairy-based with air copiously whipped in, sorbet has neither, creating a dense and extremely flavorful treat. Sorbet is often served as a non-fat or low-fat alternative to ice cream. To use an ice cream maker, check out Full Circle’s strawberry peach sorbet recipe. Sorbet 101 Folklore holds that Nero, the Roman Emperor, invented sorbet during the first century AD when he had runners along the Appian way pass buckets of snow hand over hand from the…
  • Paleo Stuffed Zucchini

    Adam Harkness
    18 Aug 2015 | 1:13 pm
    Aaaah, summer. Local farms are literally bursting with fruits and vegetables and here at the Full Circle headquarters in Seattle, we’ve been receiving a lot of photos from proud members showing off their home garden harvests. In particular, the gigantic zucchini photos are my personal favorite. And I know that I’ve shared quite a few zucchini recipes on the Good Food Life recently, but none of them are quite like this. With a paleo twist, this hearty seasonal dish is sure to please the whole family. PrintPaleo Stuffed Zucchini Ingredients2 organic zucchini 1 lb. grass-fed ground…
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  • Pecan Pie Bars

    Lori
    2 Sep 2015 | 1:55 pm
    Imagine a pecan pie you can hold in your hand… gooey raisins, pecans and a flaky shortbread crust…. pure yum! Well they’re going back soon. Most kids (not me) love going back to school. Meeting the new teacher, wearing new school clothes, seeing old friends you missed over the summer. As things start to get really busy... Read More » The post Pecan Pie Bars appeared first on Eat In Eat Out.
  • Mom’s Awesome Meat Sauce

    Lori
    30 Aug 2015 | 11:22 am
    Everyone needs a killer pasta sauce in their recipe chest, right? Look no further it’s Mom’s Awesome Meat Sauce! Each month this year I’ve been introducing you to some of the recipes that my mom was famous for – at least in our family. She made a killer lasagna, just a fact. At the heart of the recipe... Read More » The post Mom’s Awesome Meat Sauce appeared first on Eat In Eat Out.
  • Weeknight Beef & Mushroom Stir-fry with Rice Noodles

    Lori
    26 Aug 2015 | 2:04 pm
    Need a delicious, good-for-you, weeknight meal in 30 minutes? Done! I can’t believe we’re into the last two weeks of summer vacation, it goes by so fast. While there’s still a few late-summer days to be enjoyed, it’s also time to start planning ahead for the September rush. Soon we’ll hurry home from work and school,... Read More » The post Weeknight Beef & Mushroom Stir-fry with Rice Noodles appeared first on Eat In Eat Out.
  • Fully-Loaded Oatmeal Chipwich

    Lori
    23 Aug 2015 | 11:47 am
    Late-summer fun needs ice cream sandwiches! Does anyone remember Chipwiches? I may be dating myself, but I totally loved those bad boys. They were made with vanilla ice cream, sandwiched between two chocolate chip cookies, and rolled in mini semi-sweet chocolate chips. OMG awesome idea… let’s steal it and make them at home! Remember those Fully-Loaded... Read More » The post Fully-Loaded Oatmeal Chipwich appeared first on Eat In Eat Out.
  • Family-Style Pork Tenderloin with Fresh Salsa

    Lori
    19 Aug 2015 | 8:38 am
    Time to celebrate the last days of the season by welcoming the late-summer produce – peaches, plums, nectarines and tomatoes A visit to the farmer’s market at this time of year is a beautiful thing: the kaleidoscope of colour, the fresh, earthy aroma of just-picked produce, the boxes and baskets overflowing with the season’s gems… a delight to the senses.... Read More » The post Family-Style Pork Tenderloin with Fresh Salsa appeared first on Eat In Eat Out.
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  • How to make sanas in microwave

    Veena
    12 Aug 2015 | 12:11 am
    Sanas is a rice pancake, very soft and and excellent breakfast dish. Sanas is a Goan dish. I first tasted Sanas in Bangalore and i liked it very much. It is not idli but looks like one. I enjoyed the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • How to make soft idli using microwave

    Veena
    11 Aug 2015 | 11:42 pm
    Idli is a steamed rice pancake and is best served with coconut chutney or sambar. It is an excellent breakfast recipe, Make soft idli using microwave and in very simple and easy method. We get the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • How to make soft vattappam using microwave

    Veena
    11 Aug 2015 | 11:31 pm
    Vattappam is a sweet rice cake steamed. It is an excellent snack/ breakfast dish. It is an authentic dish originated from the state of Kerala. I have used microwave to make this dish. However, the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Microwave sweet Kozhikatta recipe

    Veena
    11 Aug 2015 | 8:58 pm
    Kozhikatta is a sweet rice dumpling with the filling of coconut and cardamom. It is a delicacy of kerala and made during festivals. Microwave sweet Kozhikatta recipe is made using a microwave without... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Microwave Avial for onam festival

    Veena
    11 Aug 2015 | 8:37 pm
    Microwave Avial for onam festival is a quick and delicious method of preparing Avial for the Onam feast Ingredients: Drumstick (1, logn cut) Carrot (1/2 cup, long cut) Beans (1/2 cup, long cut)... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
 
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    Eclectic Recipes

  • Buffalo Chicken Snack Wraps

    Angie McGowan
    27 Aug 2015 | 9:39 am
    This post sponsored by Tyson Foods. All thoughts and opinions 100% mine. My son will be starting a new school this year, and he’s so excited. He’ll be going in the 2nd grade and can’t wait to meet his new classmates and his teacher. We’ve already done the school supply shopping and bought new school […]
  • Have Fun Saving Box Tops with a Mason Jar Bank

    Angie McGowan
    25 Aug 2015 | 5:58 am
    Does your family save Box Tops? If not, you should! It’s fun and easy to do, and is a great way to help earn money for your kid’s school, or even your local neighborhood school of you don’t have kids. By turning in Box Tops to your kid’s school, those schools are eligible to receive […]
  • Feed 4 for $40 Meal Deal at Buca di Beppo

    Angie McGowan
    25 Aug 2015 | 4:45 am
    We’re now into our second week of school, and I haven’t quite got this routine down yet. It must be the combination of the baby and work I guess. It’s a whole new schedule that I’m trying to learn. For instance, how do you manage a fussy 2 month old and a crazy car line […]
  • Margaritaville Sunset Shrimp and Grits

    Angie McGowan
    21 Aug 2015 | 7:09 am
    My son got through his first week of school last week, and it went wonderfully. He’s been making new friends, doing well with his school work, and he loves his new teacher. He’s showing an interest in guitar and wants to sign up for lessons. Hopefully he’s got the family musical gene because even with […]
  • Butter Pecan Ice Cream Bars

    Angie McGowan
    20 Aug 2015 | 4:41 am
    The day is finally come, it’s the first day of school. Our short summer has come to an end. I woke up with the baby this morning at 5:30. She was filled with just as much excitement, nerves and enthusiasm and her big brother. I managed to keep her occupied and quiet for about about […]
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  • Pan-Seared Chicken Sandwich with Avocado Mayo

    Lynne Webb
    2 Sep 2015 | 12:09 pm
    Pan-seared boneless chicken, bacon, lettuce, tomato and avocado mayonnaise make up this delicious, soul-satisfying sandwich. Read more →
  • Vegetable Lasagna

    Lynne Webb
    31 Aug 2015 | 1:00 pm
    Satisfying and healthy, this vegetable lasagna recipe is made with nothing but fresh ingredients including tomatoes, eggplant, zucchini, mushrooms, bell pepper and mozzarella. Read more →
  • Gazpacho Soup

    Lynne Webb
    28 Aug 2015 | 11:02 am
    Our gazpacho soup recipe is a classic blend of fresh tomatoes, cucumber, red and green bell peppers and jalapeño, flavored with onion, garlic and sherry vinegar. Read more →
  • Shrimp and Grits

    Lynne Webb
    27 Aug 2015 | 2:14 pm
    Our version of a Lowcountry classic - creamy grits with cheddar cheese and a smoky sauté of bacon, shrimp and red and green bell peppers. Read more →
  • Banana Bread

    Lynne Webb
    25 Aug 2015 | 12:17 pm
    Our best banana bread recipe is a bit lower in fat and sugar and includes some whole wheat flour, yet it's still as moist and flavorful any traditional version. Read more →
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    Mostly About Chocolate Blog

  • Maple Syrup and Walnut Biscuits (Cookies)

    Judith Lewis
    4 Sep 2015 | 2:00 am
    I’m an Ontario girl but Quebec makes more maple syrup than we ever will I think. I went to an event at the Canadian Embassy in London and got to see maple syrup used more in cooking and was given … Continue reading → The post Maple Syrup and Walnut Biscuits (Cookies) appeared first on Mostly About Chocolate Blog.
  • Festival of Food and Drink at Clumber Park and The School of Artisan Food

    Judith Lewis
    2 Sep 2015 | 3:31 am
    It’s all happening and it is a short trip away no matter where you are. Why not hop on a train or get in the car and experience something different outside London for a change? It’s not far to Nottinghamshire … Continue reading → The post Festival of Food and Drink at Clumber Park and The School of Artisan Food appeared first on Mostly About Chocolate Blog.
  • 24h in Berlin Delicacies Discovered

    Judith Lewis
    31 Aug 2015 | 1:08 am
    I’ve had the pleasure of spending 24h in Berlin twice in the space of 2 months and I have to say, I’d love to go back when I had a bit more time to investigate things. I was staying at … Continue reading → The post 24h in Berlin Delicacies Discovered appeared first on Mostly About Chocolate Blog.
  • Ultimate Boozy Gin and Tonic Cupcakes Recipe

    Judith Lewis
    28 Aug 2015 | 2:50 am
    These cupcakes have been designed to enhance the botanicals in gin using items you can purchase from most supermarkets. Without adding gin you could probably get away with these as G&T Ingredients 175g softened butter 175g golden caster sugar infused … Continue reading → The post Ultimate Boozy Gin and Tonic Cupcakes Recipe appeared first on Mostly About Chocolate Blog.
  • Great British Spiced Chocolate Competition – Have you entered yet?

    Judith Lewis
    25 Aug 2015 | 12:45 pm
    It’s something I looked forward to last year and was gutted to have missed but then it was the salted caramel competition. This is a chance for chocolatiers old and new, amateur and professional, to get their spice on and … Continue reading → The post Great British Spiced Chocolate Competition – Have you entered yet? appeared first on Mostly About Chocolate Blog.
 
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  • Wellspring Wednesday Proverbs 32

    Renee
    2 Sep 2015 | 6:16 am
      Proverbs 32:25 speaks so much volume to me, I am one of the many women around that is self-conscious.  Being self-conscious has been a major vice of mine, with many different things. I am over weight, growing up I was never that confident in anything I did. As I became an adult I learned that no one else can define you, only you can define you. All women are strong, because God gives us the strength to believe in ourselves. Doubting ourselves for being as strong as God makes us means that we are fearful of the future. The future is coming with each passing moment. The past is long…
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    The Picky Eater: A Healthy Food Blog

  • Beautiful and Light Fruit Salad

    Anjali @ The Picky Eater
    2 Sep 2015 | 8:18 pm
    I’m celebrating summer with this gorgeous fruit salad today. It’s drizzled with a light honey-orange sauce, which makes it completely irresistible, so much so that it tastes like dessert. So simple to make, and you can use any fruits you like: apples, pears, berries, grapes, melons – the works! I chose berries, small and sweet mandarin oranges, and a dash of green grapes for a little more sweetness. I love how everything in this salad ends up about the same size, which makes it just right for savoring every bite. It’s absolutely perfect: for brunch, for celebrating a…
  • Chunky and Hearty White Bean Soup

    Anjali @ The Picky Eater
    26 Aug 2015 | 3:35 pm
    Beans are nutritional powerhouses. Not only are they a great, lean source of vegetarian protein, but they provide a myriad of health benefits, and they fit into several different food groups: They’re rich in complex carbs like whole grains… They’re full of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants like veggies… and They’re high in protein like meat I literally try to eat beans once a day in some form or another, because of 5 reasons: #1 | They’re Heart Healthy. The high amounts of soluble fiber in beans help lower bad cholesterol and triglyceride levels.
  • Blueberry Banana Blast Smoothie

    Anjali @ The Picky Eater
    28 Jul 2015 | 3:47 pm
    Summer is the perfect time for smoothies. I remember when I was a kid, my mom would make strawberry-banana “milkshake desserts” in the summer. I had no idea that they were just strawberries, bananas, a bit of plain yogurt, and ice – no milk or sugar actually involved! But thanks to the creaminess from the yogurt and sweetness from the banana, it tasted just like a milkshake. This recipe takes inspiration from my mom’s healthy tricks from my childhood. This smoothie packs an antioxidant punch from the frozen wild blueberries and spinach (or kale – your choice!),…
  • The Milky Way Index: How Much Sugar Is In Your Food?

    Anjali @ The Picky Eater
    19 Jul 2015 | 2:55 pm
    The husband was drinking a glass of orange juice a few days ago when he turned to me and asked “Is juice bad for you?” I said, “Yeah, it is – because it’s basically full of sugar.” And he said, “What do you mean ‘full of sugar?'” And the nutritionist in me started listing facts: “Well, the average man is only supposed to eat 36g of added sugar a day. And that juice has 28g of sugar for an 8oz glass, and you’re drinking a 12oz glass, so that means you’ve basically eaten more than the amount of added sugar you should have…
  • Greek “Nachos” with Baked Chickpeas

    Anjali @ The Picky Eater
    17 Jul 2015 | 3:24 pm
    I’m obsessed with Greek food right now. Maybe it’s because some of the key ingredients in Greek cuisine: cucumbers, yogurt, and tomatoes are cooling and perfect in the summertime. Or maybe it’s because I’m always looking for ways to use chickpeas and beans to amp up the texture and protein in my recipes. Either way, when I saw this recipe for baked chickpeas as a topping for Greek “Nachos” – I knew I had to try it out! Crispy homemade pita chips topped with creamy, warm, baked chickpeas, a homemade cucumber-tomato relish, and a drizzle of lemony…
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  • Ultimate Baked Potato Soup

    Lalaine
    4 Sep 2015 | 4:13 pm
    I’ve been wanting for months to share with you this recipe but I thought I’d wait until the days got a little cooler and turning on the oven to bake a handful of potatoes wouldn’t be such an ordeal. Well, folks, we’re just a two days shy of Fall. It’s soup season, ya’all! Here now, the Ultimate Baked Potato Soup! Loaded with potato chunks, bacon bits, shredded cheese, green onions and sour cream, soup can’t get any better than this. As you can see from the ingredient list, this is a sinful bowl of goodness. It’s definitely not calorie-friendly…
  • Berry Chicken and Spinach Salad with Honey Mustard Dressing

    Lalaine
    1 Sep 2015 | 10:56 pm
    With record high temperatures in our neck of the woods, just the thought of turning on the oven to prepare a hot meal makes me want to crawl jump out of my skin. This berry chicken and spinach salad with honey mustard dressing has been one of our quick and easy go-to meals on these miserably hot summer days. Chock-full of verdant spinach leaves, moist chicken, juicy berries, crunchy almonds, pungent blue cheese, and a sweet and tangy dressing, it’s both healthy and delicious. Enjoy! Berry Chicken and Spinach Salad with Honey Mustard Dressing Print Prep time: 10 mins Cook time: 10 mins…
  • Roasted Corn and Black Bean Salad

    Lalaine
    29 Aug 2015 | 3:45 pm
    My peeps, I must love you a whole lot. ‘Cause you know, yesterday was the hottest day of summer (103 F!) and I valiantly stood under the fiery afternoon sun, by a burning charcoal pit to grill some fresh corn cobs and peppers so I could bring you this roasted corn and black bean salad. Alright, alright. Maybe I wasn’t that selfless. I had a bag of crunchy tortilla chips I picked up from our neighborhood Mexican supermarket and even with the plethora of salsa recipes on the blog, I just had to have the smoky goodness of roasted corn, black beans and poblano peppers, all tossed in a…
  • Orville Redenbacher’s Popcorn Movies in the Park

    Lalaine
    26 Aug 2015 | 1:07 pm
    This post is sponsored by Orville Redenbacher’s Popcorn. Last Thursday, August 20, G and I took his niece and nephew to The Grove for the US Weekly Family Movie Night. This is Orville Redenbacher’s Movies in the Park series, with various events held across the U.S. throughout the fall. The kids, as you can imagine, were mighty pumped up. I have to admit, I was pretty excited, too. All G heard through the one hour plus drive from Orange County to L.A. was, “Are we there yet?” As this was our first Movie-in-the-Park experience, we didn’t quite know what to expect. We did, however,…
  • Cheesy Spaghetti

    Lalaine
    25 Aug 2015 | 4:51 pm
    I discovered this recipe months ago on the package of the spaghetti brand I buy from Sam’s Club and with slight modifications, has since become a dinner favorite. If you are looking for a quick and easy pasta dish the whole family is sure to love, this cheesy spaghetti will not disappoint. It cooks in 30 minutes and pulls together with basic pantry ingredients you probably already have on hand. Pair it with a side of salad and crusty garlic toast, and you have a hearty meal that’s sure to please kids and adults alike. Give this spaghetti dish a try and let me know what you think.
 
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    A Guy Who Loves to Cook!

  • The Ultimate Stacked Southwest Spicy n’ Sweet Burger

    Ted Hall
    31 Aug 2015 | 9:39 pm
    This is our favorite “at home” burger. Actually it’s our favorite burger period! What makes it “Ultimate” and “Stacked”? The outstanding components that go together to make up this burger are each a taste treat in themselves, but put them together and you get a burger the likes of which you’ve never experienced before!It’s a great big patty of juicy beef on a bed of cool, leaf lettuce and thick-cut applewood smoked bacon, topped with a grilled portabella mushroom, melted Monterey Jack cheese, sweet chipotle pepper sauce and crispy fried shallots, all served on a buttery…
  • Fettuccini and Prawns with Roasted Garlic Cream Sauce

    Ted Hall
    21 Jun 2015 | 2:47 pm
    Way back before the turn of the century while living in San Francisco, one of our favorite restaurants was Caffe Sport, whose specialty is Italian seafood. This dish is inspired by one of their most popular menu items, “Scampi al’ Antonio”, created by Chef and founder Antonio La Tona.Our version is bursting with two garlic flavors; piquant fresh and sweet roasted then adds enough cayenne pepper to brighten things up without burning. We’ve added just the right amount of the king of Italian cheese, Parmigiano-Reggiano, to give this white sauce a perfect creaminess and a hint of cheese…
  • We’re back in the kitchen!

    Ted Hall
    12 Nov 2014 | 9:26 am
    At the end of July we packed up our kitchen and moved it, along with the rest of our life, to the Coachella Valley in Southern California. Michigan had been our home for the last twenty years but after experiencing our first “polar vortex” and all that entails, we decided we had had enough.Settling into our new home has consumed the lion’s share of our energies until this time but now we’re ready to get back in the kitchen and begin cooking again. Our change of venue won’t alter our food strategies; we remain committed to preparing dishes that invoke the foods we love with a more…
  • Cannellini and Escarole Soup

    Ted Hall
    12 Nov 2014 | 9:14 am
    Whether you prepare Consommé, Bisque, Chowder or just Soup, you’re making something that just about everyone loves. 
Some soups, especially intense and clarified consommés or rich and creamy bisques are usually served as one of several courses in a meal. Others are equally appropriate occupying the “soup course” or as the star of the meal. 
This is one of those soups that serve as a complete meal - it’s hardy without being heavy and when served with a fresh loaf of crusty bread, a few crisp greens and some fruit no one will be looking for anything else to come out of the…
  • Baked Scampi

    Ted Hall
    22 Jun 2014 | 5:10 am
    Here’s a dish that is so easy to prepare you’ll feel guilty when your dinner companion raves about it. The flavor combination of tarragon, garlic and lemon are a natural with just about any mild seafood. We use them all sparingly to avoid overpowering the distinctive but delicate taste of the shrimp.If truly fresh shrimp is available to you, by all means use it for this recipe and any other time you prepare a dish with shrimp as the primary ingredient. But be sure that they are truly fresh and not “previously frozen” and then thawed. Almost all commercially available shrimp is frozen…
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    The Culinary Life

  • Korean Kimchi Pancake Recipe

    Stephanie Stiavetti
    19 Aug 2015 | 8:00 am
    – This Korean kimchi pancake recipe is my new favorite breakfast. – A few weeks ago I shared about something totally new for me – how to ferment kimchi, which became a staple in our home once my roommate Eun-ji moved in. Eun-ji grew up in Korea and makes all sorts of interesting things with kimchi: soups, snacks, and my personal favorite, savory kimchi pancakes. It took me a few weeks to get used to having kimchi on the menu around the clock, but it finally grew on me and now I can’t imagine life without it…. especially her kimchi pancake. On lazy…
  • Epic Summer Peach Cake: Peach Blueberry Upside Down Cake Recipe

    Julie Dreyfoos
    5 Aug 2015 | 8:00 am
    Julie’s on a roll this summer with her epic fruit desserts (just check out her fresh strawberry pie recipe). Her next dish, is an upside-down peach cake with blueberries, it will be your new favorite cake for summer celebrations – or just a gorgeous weekend treat. This peach upside-down cake recipe has been my summer go-to dessert when the peaches are ripe and the blueberries are plentiful.  Every summer I go nuts at the market with all the fresh fruit, so before I end up with a ton of bruised and overripe fruit I throw together this simple, versatile upside-down cake. We love…
  • Making Kimchi: How Long to Ferment Kimchi

    Stephanie Stiavetti
    26 Jul 2015 | 4:28 pm
    Five years ago I never thought I’d be asking myself how long to ferment kimchi. I consider myself an adventurous eater, but Korean food was something I’d never connected with. Kimchi in particular was tough for me, as it carried a bunch of flavors and smells I wasn’t used to. I generally limited my cabbage intake to either my Russian beef and cabbage stew, or the occasional stuffed cabbage roll. It didn’t matter that several dieticians and naturopaths had recommended I eat kimchi – aka, fermented cabbage – regulary to help with some digestion problems I…
  • Bellini Peach Jam Recipe with Champagne

    Stephanie Stiavetti
    15 Jul 2015 | 8:00 am
    – My peach jam recipe just got a whole lot more awesome with a little added champagne. –  Hallelujah, it’s PEACH SEASON! This is hands-down my favorite time of year for produce, that period between June and August where peaches are just bursting with color and flavor. When I go to the farmer’s market, I can smell them halfway down the aisle. Between the strawberries I’m grabbing for making strawberry-cranberry jam, my little basket it pretty full every week. Over the weekend I wanted a nice, summery drink that tasted like sunshine, and with so many peaches in my…
  • Ethel’s Easy, Fresh Strawberry Pie Recipe

    Julie Dreyfoos
    8 Jul 2015 | 8:00 am
    This week’s super easy, super fresh recipe comes from our own Julie Dreyfoos, production manager for Fearless Fresh and The Culinary Life. I’ve been trying to coax Julie into the limelight for a while now, and I’m excited that she’s decided to step out from behind the curtain and share a little bit of her childhood through a story about strawberry pie. (If you’re in a super pie mood, also check out my Spiced Summer Blackberry Pie and Nectarine Bavarian Pie.) This fresh strawberry pie recipe is made with the sweet strawberries of summer inside a buttery pie…
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    My SriLankan Recipes

  • Retro Seeni Murukku – Mittai

    Dhanish
    2 Sep 2015 | 2:00 am
    Seeni Murukku (Sugar coated diamond cuts) is everyone’s childhood sweet snack, its adults favourite too! When I was young my mother used to give us 1 Rupee (Rs.1) as a pocket money. Those days (during 90’s) we can buy a handful of sweets for 1 rupee. Those days with no transportation, we … Continue reading The post Retro Seeni Murukku – Mittai appeared first on My SriLankan Recipes.
 
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    Rawfully Tempting™

  • New York "Egg Cream" - Rawfully Tempting Style

    Barbara Kessler
    9 Aug 2015 | 12:44 pm
    Who remembers New  York style Egg Cream? My mom prepared these for us when we were younger using seltzer, chocolate syrup, vanilla extract, and milk.  I think the original recipe was made with egg, but ours never had egg in them. This was just a quick and  yummy beverage Mom whipped up! Well, I'm so excited because I created a HEALTHY ALTERNATIVE that is so very reminiscent of this childhood elixir!!!  When I took my first sip there was an instant recognition...and flashback.  I gave a sip to W and asked, "What does this remind you of?" Not being from NY, he sensed it was…
  • Rawfully Tempting Raw Chocolate Fruit and Nut Bark

    Barbara Kessler
    4 Jul 2015 | 11:40 am
    This was gone gone gone before I could get a good photo. Tempering raw chocolate is possible, but challenging. I'm not a greatchocolatier as I don't have the patience or the equipment, however, I try to attempt manually tempering whenever possible. For a quick..."I don't care about fussing" treat...simple - DO NOT temper. Throw this tastiness together, and store in the refrigerator or freezer. WARNING: It will melt in your hands..so EAT it quickly, or break into smaller, bite-sized pieces. This will cure any junk food craving for sweets!  There are several optional…
  • "Root Beer Float" Smoothie

    Barbara Kessler
    28 Jun 2015 | 1:37 pm
    As a little girl I'd get utterly giddy at the thought of a Root Beer Float, and to this day, it's connected to many happy childhood memories. As a recipe developer, my goal is to RE-create comfort foods, replacing processed ingredients with healthy ingredients. While visiting a local spice shop, I came across this Root Beer Extract and could not resist. The aroma alone, sent me down memory lane. I was inspired to create! While not an actual "soda" the flavor is quite reminiscent of Root Beer Floats. Just thinking about some raw vegan vanilla ice cream wiht this..YUM!  But…
  • Living Tree Smoothie Spectacular

    Barbara Kessler
    6 Jun 2015 | 11:59 pm
    One of my favorite online stores, Living Tree Community sent me a lovely sample pack of their vibrant living butters. Yesteday, although it's really easy, I wasn't in the mood to cut open a coconut, and opted to create a spectacular blend of these delicious ingredients without having to make a nut milk or coconut milk base. I have to say, everything from this store vibrates with LOVE...and this smoothie, was indeed SPECTACULAR. Turmeric Butter, Mesquite, Maca and extracts are always optional, but take some time to read about them. The added flavors are great, but they are also super…
  • Dairy-Free, Raw Ice Cream

    Barbara Kessler
    8 Apr 2015 | 7:46 am
    Ok! Bad picture! It was evening, and it was metling. I had very little lighting, but wanted to capture it. You'll have to trust me..It was GREAT! Some time back, I did a post on  how to prepare ice cream using a juicer and blank plate. It's been awhile since I pulled out the old Champion...but I'm sooooo glad I did. Last night I literally threw together some Blueberry Banana Coconut Ice Cream. LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!READ MORE »
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    Delicious Everyday

  • Roasted Baby Carrots with Carrot Top Pesto {vegan & dairy-free}

    Jennifer @ Delicious Everyday
    25 Aug 2015 | 6:29 pm
    Delicious baby carrots are roasted to intensify their natural sweetness and topped with a vegan dairy-free pesto made from their green tops.  I love carrots. Raw, roasted or steamed they are an amazing budget friendly vegetable that almost everyone always has in their fridge. Click to continue reading Roasted Baby Carrots with Carrot Top Pesto {vegan & dairy-free}. The post Roasted Baby Carrots with Carrot Top Pesto {vegan & dairy-free} appeared first on Delicious Everyday. We've Moved! Update your Reader Now to get the latest updates from Delicious Everyday (formerly…
  • Orange scented double chocolate chip cookies {gluten free & dairy free}

    Jennifer @ Delicious Everyday
    18 Aug 2015 | 10:47 pm
    These divine double chocolate chip  cookies are orange scented and intensely chocolatey for those days you need a little treat. They also happen to be gluten-free and dairy free too! I’ve been absent from this space much more than I’ve intended of late. While I hate to say I’ve been busy, because I really hate that “busy” seems to have become the status quo these days, I’ve been quietly pottering away in the background on a number of things that have all required my attention. Click to continue reading Orange scented double chocolate chip cookies {gluten…
  • Zucchini Noodle Salad {vegan}

    Jennifer @ Delicious Everyday
    28 Jul 2015 | 11:09 pm
    This vegan salad is packed full of veggie goodness with raw zucchini noodles, tomato, mint and rocket (arugula) and spring onions. Toasted sunflower seeds sprinkled over the top add a deliciously nutty crunch. I know, salads aren’t really a winter thing, but we had the most wonderful preview of spring weather here in Brisbane last weekend, that I just had to celebrate it with more weather appropriate fare. Out came my summer dresses (if only for a few days) along with this gorgeous, if messy looking salad. Click to continue reading Zucchini Noodle Salad {vegan}. The post Zucchini…
  • Vegan Chocolate Mousse Recipe {nut free + gluten free}

    Jennifer @ Delicious Everyday
    30 Jun 2015 | 8:34 pm
    You’ll never guess the key ingredient that makes this vegan chocolate mousse so light and fluffy. And no, it’s not avocado or coconut cream! This delicious 3 ingredient easy vegan chocolate mousse is dairy free, gluten free and nut free!  I’ve tried more than a few vegan chocolate mousse recipes in my time. There have been recipes that use avocado, and those that use coconut cream, but none of them really had that light cloudlike quality that a good chocolate mousse should have. Click to continue reading Vegan Chocolate Mousse Recipe {nut free + gluten free}. The post Vegan…
  • Apple Spice Cake

    Jennifer @ Delicious Everyday
    23 Jun 2015 | 3:15 pm
    This beautifully fragrant apple spice cake is the perfect excuse to sit down to afternoon tea. There’s something so special about making time in the afternoon to sit down for a cup of tea and a slice of cake. It’s something I grew up with. My Nan or Mum would always be baking something, and we’d all take turns going to each other’s houses for tea and cake. Mum liked to make Victoria Sponge, Meringues (although these were more of a special occasion thing) and Apple Cakes. Click to continue reading Apple Spice Cake. The post Apple Spice Cake appeared first on Delicious…
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    The Dinner-Mom

  • Spicy Shrimp And Cauliflower Grits

    Marjory
    22 Aug 2015 | 11:15 am
    Spicy Shrimp and Cauliflower Grits are easy enough for a busy weeknight, tasty enough for company and the perfect recipe for a low-carb, gluten-free diet! Just because the lazy days of summer are waning and the back-to-school season is knocking at the door, doesn’t mean dinners are destined to become…well, boring! Dinner should still be a time to enjoy tasty food and reconnect. A brief respite from schedules and to do lists. Now that my girls are teens (yikes!) I appreciate this time together more than ever! However…hectic schedules do call for easy meals and strategies…
  • Microwave Baked Apples Topped with Granola

    Marjory
    19 Aug 2015 | 4:37 am
    If you’re often short on time, then you’ll appreciate this easy recipe for Microwave Baked Apples stuffed with granola. It’s an after school (or work) snack that’s ready in a jiffy.  It’s an indulgence to be enjoyed at a moment’s notice. It’s my favorite kind of treat recipe…incredibly easy to make (just 5 minutes!) and healthy too. This honey crisp apple is stuffed with cinnamon raisin granola and “baked” in the microwave until fork tender. It’s like an apple pie with absolutely no guilt. Microwave Baked Apples Tips 1. Select…
  • Overnight Oatmeal in a Jar

    Marjory
    12 Aug 2015 | 11:41 am
    Overnight Oatmeal in a Jar keeps busy mornings stress-free and healthy! Tips to customize the recipe and still enjoy it hot! Like it or not…back-to-school and fall festivities are just around the corner. And, although I am a self-proclaimed Dinner-Mom, I strongly believe that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Nobody leaves our house without a good breakfast! To that end, Breakfast has its own recipe category in the archives! (Breakfast for dinner anyone?!) Make ahead options in that category include Banana Oatmeal Cookies and Ham Quiche Cups. But, oatmeal is a perennial…
  • Spicy Ranch Chicken Grilled Foil Packets

    Marjory
    29 Jul 2015 | 2:00 am
    The Confetti Vegetable Medley topping these Spicy Ranch Chicken Grilled Foil Packets gives this recipe a festive feel…which is exactly why you’ll want to enjoy them at your next backyard BBQ!  Our grilling adventures continue this summer with Spicy Ranch Chicken Grilled Foil Packets. It’s the type of dinner you might enjoy on a camping trip. But, you won’t be roughing it. Nope. You and your family and friends will be savoring chicken slathered with a spicy ranch dressing and topped with a confetti of diced vegetables. They’re as tasty as they are pretty!
  • Tomato Bacon Quiche with Fresh Basil

    Marjory
    22 Jul 2015 | 2:00 am
    Tomato Bacon Quiche with lots of fresh basil. Make two. One to enjoy now and another to freeze and savor when summer’s bounty is long gone. Are there particular fruits and vegetables that take over your counter come summer, either because your garden runneth over…or you were feeling a bit too ambitious at the farmer’s market? (Me, me, me at the market!) Tomatoes and basil. You’ll find plenty of these at my house this time of year. (Ok…zucchini too!) If you find yourself with an abundance of produce, or you just love fruits and veggies, then my healthy foodie and…
 
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    Veg Recipes of India

  • cheese balls recipe, how to make cheese balls recipe

    dassana amit
    21 Aug 2015 | 10:09 am
    cheese balls recipe with step by step photos – easy recipe of cheese balls with potatoes, gram flour and cheese. i have a huge list of recipe requests. there are some recipes which have been requested an umpteen number of times. cheese balls is one such recipe. i plan to add the requested recipes one by one. there are many ways of preparing cheese balls. i tried the traditional method of making these, but the final result was not good. half of the cheese balls, came out perfect and half of them broke in the oil. it was something to do with the temperature of oil that led to breaking of…
  • garlic rasam recipe, how to make garlic rasam recipe

    dassana amit
    16 Aug 2015 | 6:44 am
    garlic rasam recipe with step by step photos. spicy, sour rasam tempered with garlic and spices. sharing one more rasam recipe variety. i make rasam on a regular basis and in this rainy cold weather, i prepare rasam often. since rasam is good for cough and cold. i also make rasam on those days, when i want to make a quick, spicy and an easy dish with rice. the recipe does not make use of readymade rasam powder and cooked dal (lentils). goes very well with steamed rice. you can also have plain as a soup. with rasam, i usually serve steamed rice and a veggie roast or any veggie poriyal. but…
  • palak paneer restaurant style recipe, how to make palak paneer

    dassana amit
    14 Aug 2015 | 8:46 am
    palak paneer restaurant style recipe with step by step pics. on some days, we are in a mood to have restaurant style food at home. so when i prepare these recipes, then at times, i also take pics to share the recipes on the blog. i have already posted a homely version of palak paneer which is different from this recipe. the difference is in the proportion of some ingredients added and the dhungar or charcoal smoking method which really perks the flavor in this one. there is no tangy or sour element in this palak paneer. if you want a bit of tang, you can add 1 small to medium tomato after…
  • eggless apple muffins recipe, whole wheat apple muffins recipe

    dassana amit
    8 Aug 2015 | 11:45 am
    eggless apple muffins recipe with step by step photos –  easy apple muffins made with whole wheat flour or atta. sharing one more easy eggless muffin recipe with apples. for these muffins, i have used the same recipe as that of my eggless choco chip muffins. however to make these muffins more healthier, i have used organic powdered jaggery instead of sugar. i made these apple muffins with both sugar as well as jaggery on different occasions. these apple muffins are soft, moist and incredibly aromatic. the apples give a chunky moist taste as well as texture to the muffins. apples and…
  • mushroom butter masala recipe | mushroom makhani recipe

    dassana amit
    8 Aug 2015 | 10:08 am
    mushroom butter masala recipe with step by step photos – one of the much loved makhani or butter masala gravy dish made with mushrooms. this restaurant style gravy recipe is similar to the paneer butter masala recipe i have already posted. this one is easy to prepare and you will like it if you like mushrooms. the taste is similar to a makhni gravy. makhni means buttery. not that a lot of butter is added. but the gravy is smooth like butter. i had made mushroom butter masala and aloo kofta gravy for guests on different days.  i made the whole recipe in one pan/pot rather than…
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    Ale Simple Recipes

  • Black and White Bow Ties Pasta with Sage herbs

    Alessandra Neri
    15 Aug 2015 | 9:27 am
    This recipe will explain you how to cook Zebra Bow Ties (Farfalle) Pasta in a sage herbs dressing. Just follow my instructionsI like to serve pasta with a light dressing, to appreciate its flavour and texture. This is my favourite way to enjoy it: simple and with great results. Today I will teach you how to prepare this farfalle pasta with sage herbs dressing. The package with Zebra Black and White BowtiesOn my last visit to Avoca food store in Dublin I bought this fabulous pack of pasta, the same as in the image above. At the first sight it looks like peculiar as in the old…
  • 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…
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    YUM eating

  • Making Back to School Easier with Sav-a-Lot #SavALotInsiders #giveaway

    chrystal
    4 Sep 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 Labor Day signals the end of summer for us. With kiddo […] The post Making Back to School Easier with Sav-a-Lot #SavALotInsiders #giveaway appeared first on YUM eating.
  • Crockpot Turkey Smash #lowcarb #keto #sugarfree

    chrystal
    31 Aug 2015 | 5:00 am
    Now that kiddo is here full-time, my food prep time is a bit more limited some days. With Mr. YUM working 12hr hospital shifts and not getting home until after 7:30pm, it’s up to me to make sure dinner is hot and ready to go. I’ve always loved slow cooking. I do most of it […] The post Crockpot Turkey Smash #lowcarb #keto #sugarfree appeared first on YUM eating.
  • Don’t Miss the Michigan Renaissance Festival in Holly, MI

    chrystal
    28 Aug 2015 | 9:53 am
    OMGosh y’all! Fall is lingering and I LOVE IT! There’s just something about the cooler temps and apple crisp everything! Mr. YUM and I went grocery shopping this morning and I loaded up on pumpkin spice goodies like coffee. A few weeks ago I spotted pumpkin spice maple syrup. There are just no words for […] The post Don’t Miss the Michigan Renaissance Festival in Holly, MI appeared first on YUM eating.
  • Chubby Duck – Flint, MI

    chrystal
    28 Aug 2015 | 5:00 am
    Have you ever seen a giant roll of sushi? Me either. I find it odd since I simply adoooooooore sushi.   Mr. YUM and I have been to the Flint Farmers Market quite a bit these last few years. This summer we didn’t get a chance to go as often as we wanted to, so […] The post Chubby Duck – Flint, MI appeared first on YUM eating.
  • Pizza Sketti

    chrystal
    26 Aug 2015 | 5:00 am
    Pizza sketti. Cause, you know, that’s totally a word. #kidspeak So, you  made the pizza pockets from Monday and now you are left with an open jar of sauce. Or, you have some leftover spaghetti. Maybe, you just want something new and fun to try! Things have changed a bit here on the YUM eating […] The post Pizza Sketti appeared first on YUM eating.
 
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    Lemon & Olives: Exploring Greek Cooking And Culture

  • Greek Almond Torte | Almond Muffins From Sifnos

    Kenton Kotsiris
    18 Aug 2015 | 7:24 am
    This summer has been super busy for us. Not only have we been working hard on this blog (and a few projects for it), but we’ve also taken on the task of learning new skills in the hopes of growing and expanding our lives. Recently, we watched a movie with Simon Pegg called, Hector and...  Read More »   The post Greek Almond Torte | Almond Muffins From Sifnos 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!
  • Ladolemono | Greek Lemon Olive Oil Dressing

    Kenton Kotsiris
    12 Aug 2015 | 8:51 am
    Wow what a crazy week it was last week! We launched our very first ecookbook and what a rush that was — to work on something for months and have it finally shared with the world is a thrill. Not an easy task but hey, who ever said that a work of art was easy...  Read More »   The post Ladolemono | Greek Lemon Olive Oil Dressing 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!
  • Our eCookbook Is Here!

    Jane Kotsiris
    1 Aug 2015 | 7:21 pm
        It’s official! We’ve just launched our first eCookbook! It’s available now for purchase For those of you that singed up for our early bird newsletter – check your inbox for your discount code!!   PS. To take a peak inside and see what you’ll be getting click here: Cooking Like A Greek   The post Our eCookbook Is Here! 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 Leek Pie | Prasopita

    Kenton Kotsiris
    10 Jul 2015 | 11:42 am
    Sometimes I wish I were a kid again – you know, so I’d get summers off to do nothing but sit around playing games. I say this because Jane and I have been crazy busy working on our first eCookBook and planning out a few other special projects we have. Whoever said being creative, building...  Read More »   The post Greek Leek Pie | Prasopita 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!
  • Overview Of A Greek Orthodox Wedding

    Kenton Kotsiris
    7 Jul 2015 | 2:01 pm
    As some of you know, Jane and I recently got married! Since our pictures came in, so we thought it would be cool to write a bit about the Greek wedding service (as Orthodox wedding in general differ) and share some photos from our wedding. The links throughout are great places to dive in and read further into the...  Read More »   The post Overview Of A Greek Orthodox Wedding 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…
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    The Baguette Diet | French eating habits

  • Vegetarian Kung Pao Eggplant

    Jess
    22 Aug 2015 | 1:43 pm
    China’s never been on my list of must-visit destinations. In the west we often imagine crowds, pollution, and dog meat when we think of China…And granted, all of those things exist! However, when my good friend Leon invited us to … Continue reading → The post Vegetarian Kung Pao Eggplant appeared first on The Baguette Diet | French eating habits.
  • French deviled eggs | Oeufs mimosa recipe

    Jess
    16 Aug 2015 | 1:26 am
    It’s that time of year again…les vacances! The Parisians have cleared out, leaving packs of American and Asian tourists in their wake. The morning metro rush hour feels like a Sunday afternoon, and during lunch you’re more likely to hear … Continue reading → The post French deviled eggs | Oeufs mimosa recipe appeared first on The Baguette Diet | French eating habits.
  • Zucchini noodles with a vegetable peeler

    Jess
    2 Aug 2015 | 8:07 am
    Toaster or coffee maker? Blender or slow cooker? Allotting counter space in a small kitchen is a delicate art. With a grand total of three drawers in my little Parisian kitchen, I  don’t have much room for fun appliances and … Continue reading → The post Zucchini noodles with a vegetable peeler appeared first on The Baguette Diet | French eating habits.
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    Red Beans and Eric

  • THIS IS MY MONDAY shirt by Red Beans & Eric

    Red Beans & Eric
    31 Aug 2015 | 9:00 am
    Red Beans and Rice is a hallowed tradition in New Orleans. Every Monday you’ll find restaurants and home cooks serving up bowls of the infamous red beans and rice. With this shirt, you can share your love of red beans and tell everyone – THIS IS MY MONDAY! I love to make red beans and rice every Monday. I designed this shirt, not only to advertise my website, but to also advertise that red beans and rice is important to me. I may not have been born in New Orleans, but after going there, the Crescent City changed me – I’m sure it has done the same to you. I wanted to…
  • How Do You Red Bean? CHEF CARLOS NEVILLE

    Red Beans & Eric
    30 Aug 2015 | 9:00 am
    Chef Carlos Neville was born and raised in the 7th Ward of New Orleans. He was brought up on two proud family traditions: music and cooking. While his father, Charles, taught him to play the saxophone, his grandmother was teaching him the Creole tradition of cooking. Growing up in New Orleans first family of music, his father was apart of the famed Neville Brothers, the music business seemed like the path he would take. But after leaving college, Carlos took a job as a dishwasher and realized that his passion was not on the stage, but in the kitchen. He set aside the saxophone and picked up a…
  • The ABC’s of Red Beans & Eric

    Red Beans & Eric
    26 Aug 2015 | 1:00 pm
    August can sometimes be a stressful time at my house. My wife is a teacher and this is when she has to start the switch from vacation mode into getting ready for the upcoming school year mode. This year she’ll be teaching a new grade so it’s a little extra crazy as she prepares. She was filling out her “Meet The Teacher” letter that she hands out to the parents as a fun way for them to get to know her, and asked me to look it over. As I was reading it, it made me think, how much do you know about me? Sure you can read the ‘About Me‘ section, but I…
  • How Do You Red Bean? SCOTT GOLD

    Red Beans & Eric
    23 Aug 2015 | 9:00 am
    Scott Gold Scott Gold writes the articles on New Orleans that seem to go viral. I’m sure you have read them and shared them on your favorite social media sites. He has written on topics that include, “New Orleans’ 15 Best Meals Under $5“, “The Best New Orleans Restaurants for Every Cuisine“, “37 Things That New Orleanians Love“, along with countless other articles. Besides writing for Thrillist.com, Scott, a native New Orleanian, has also written for Gourmet, The New Orleans Advocate, Gambit, OffBeat Magazine, NolaVie, Edible Brooklyn, Tasting…
  • Back To School Crock Pot Recipes 2015

    Red Beans & Eric
    17 Aug 2015 | 1:00 pm
    Now that the school year is here, you don’t want to find yourself struggling to get dinner ready after driving around getting the kids from school (or after a long day at work). That was the one big problem for me once the school year started – traffic was worse! It seemed liked once school began, the traffic jams started. I was so tired once I got home that I didn’t feel like cooking anything. It was so nice on the days I had the crock pot going. To help ease the pain for you, here are the crock pot recipes that I have shared here on RedBeansAndEric.com! If you’re…
 
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    The PinterTest Kitchen

  • Rustic Blueberry Hand Pies with Lemon Glaze

    Allison
    25 Aug 2015 | 6:40 am
    I love using the term “rustic” when it comes to food. The chicken falls of the bone before I can slice it neatly? It’s okay. It’s rustic. The brownies get a little too crumbly? It’s okay. They’re rustic. The blueberry tarts explode in the oven? You got it – rustic! Not all of our food is picture-perfect. But that’s okay, because what really matters is how it tastes. And oh man, these berry tarts taste good. I just made another batch last weekend when some friends were visiting, and they were gone before they could even cool. If you’re on…
  • Cream Cheese Peach Danish

    Sharon
    21 Aug 2015 | 6:00 am
    Puff pastry is a great product. It is so quick and easy to use. Just thaw and it is ready to use in your recipe. Two sheets come in a standard package. I had a sheet in the freezer that needs to be used. I searched Pinterest and found a yummy-looking danish recipe on Lovely Little Kitchen that I thought would be perfect to taste-test here on The PinterTest Kitchen. Her version is made with raspberry jam, but we love peaches around here, so I decided to switch things up a little for our recipe. It called for a tablespoon of heavy cream, which I didn’t have… but I used milk instead.
  • Blueberry Honey Smoothie

    Allison
    17 Aug 2015 | 6:00 am
    I’m definitely on a blueberry kick. Last month, we posted a Berry Beer Cooler recipe for Secret Recipe Club, and today I’ve got a yummy blueberry smoothie recipe. I love pairing blueberries with honey for smoothies, not only because the flavors really shine through, but also because it’s a much healthier option. I love the smoothies at Tropical Smoothie Cafe and Orange Julius, but they have more sugar in a single sip than you should have all day. Make ’em at home and you’ll get the same great flavors without any added sugar. These are just perfect on a hot summer…
  • Pretzel-Crusted Chicken with Mustard Dipping Sauce #secretrecipeclub

    Allison
    9 Aug 2015 | 9:00 pm
    It’s time for another Secret Recipe Club recipe! Every month, a group of food bloggers trades names secret-Santa-style and makes one another’s recipes… and this month, I had the privilege of getting Culinary Adventures with Camilla. Camilla is our group’s fearless leader, and she was also the mastermind behind #HotSummerEats early this summer, which was fantastic! So i was ecstatic to get her blog! What I love about Camilla’s blog is that she uses a lot of unusual ingredients, stuff I’ve always wanted to try, but never knew how to use. Some day soon,…
  • Ham Pot Pie

    Allison
    30 Jul 2015 | 6:11 pm
    In February 2013, I started out on this epic journey and moved to Norfolk, Virginia. I didn’t know anyone who lived in this area except my boyfriend, who left a week later on deployment. After I dropped him off at his ship and said a teary goodbye, I drove back to my brand new house in my brand new neighborhood and… There was silence. An empty house can make you feel so lonely, especially in the middle of winter. And to make matters worse, it was my birthday, and I was 300+ miles from everyone I knew. Now, before you start to feel bad for me, you should know that this story has a…
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    Pescetarian.Kitchen

  • Egg Fried Quinoa

    Matt
    16 Aug 2015 | 9:57 am
    5/5 2 rates 2 ratesX Yuk! Not great Tastes okay Yum :) Delicious! 0% 0% 0% 0% 100% 5/52 Egg fried rice is one of my favourite quick meals to knock up but since I’ve been playing around with different ways to use quinoa, this recipe has overtaken it. Quinoa is a much more diverse ingredient than most people realise and I mean it when you wouldn’t know that you weren’t eating rice when you make this recipe. Not only that but it’s much better for you and has a little nuttiness that elevates all of the flavours alongside it. Whether you’re making homemade veggie…
  • Sweet & Spicy Barbecue Sauce

    Matt
    15 Jul 2015 | 12:39 pm
    5/5 3 rates 3 ratesX Yuk! Not great Tastes okay Yum :) Delicious! 0% 0% 0% 0% 100% 5/53 This is a summertime favourite for me and Laura. The smoky smell of the barbecue, the sound of cold beers opening and the company of friends; this BBQ sauce is a perfect accompaniment for all three. Whether you’d like to use the barbecue sauce as a marinade for some fish or to lather over some fresh veg – aubergines are great for this – it works perfectly. One of my favourite ways to serve up the barbecue sauce is with some thick potato wedges. If you don’t get through it all in one…
  • Surf & Surf with Dauphinoise Potatoes

    Matt
    11 Jul 2015 | 8:06 am
    5/5 2 rates 2 ratesX Yuk! Not great Tastes okay Yum :) Delicious! 0% 0% 0% 0% 100% 5/52 Both Laura and I love tuna steak. It’s really simple to cook and has so much flavour that you don’t need to do much to it for it to taste great. To add a little crunch to the dish, one large tiger prawn with it’s shell on will do the trick. If you’re planning a barbecue then I’d highly recommend the tuna and prawn combo! If you’re not a huge fan of dauphinoise potatoes or you just want a slightly healthier version then you can swap this for a side salad or some fresh…
  • Organic Caprese Pasta Salad

    Matt
    8 Jul 2015 | 3:33 am
    4.8/5 5 rates 5 ratesX Yuk! Not great Tastes okay Yum :) Delicious! 0% 0% 0% 20% 80% 4.8/55 There’s nothing like a fresh Italian salad on a hot summer’s day. This caprese salad with fresh penne pasta is light, fresh and perfect as a lunchtime snack. Not only that but it’ll last for 2-3 days in the fridge; a quick squeeze of lemon can freshen it up after a few days too. The other great thing about this recipe is that it will take you a maximum of 10 minutes to prepare and cook. The pasta is the only part that you have to cook and it’s usually ready within a couple of…
  • Conchiglie Prawn Pasta

    Matt
    25 Nov 2014 | 12:11 am
    5/5 2 rates 2 ratesX Yuk! Not great Tastes okay Yum :) Delicious! 0% 0% 0% 0% 100% 5/52 Conchiglie has to be one of my favourite forms of pasta. You can pick it up at most supermarkets and it comes in lots of different sizes – the bigger the better for me. If you come across the really large conchiglie shells then you can even fill them and serve them like an open tortellini. Either way, they’re delicious and have a great texture to them. This recipe is a particularly easy one to pull off. It’s ideal for those nights you get back late from work and don’t feel like…
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    RasoiMenu - A Foodie Blog

  • Methi Pakora Recipe

    Kavita Parmar
    1 Sep 2015 | 8:30 am
    A healthy and delicious methi pakora is a Gujarati snac […] The post Methi Pakora Recipe appeared first on RasoiMenu.
  • Mushroom Manchurian Recipe

    Kavita Parmar
    1 Sep 2015 | 6:00 am
    Mushroom Manchurian is fabulous spicy Indo-Chinese reci […] The post Mushroom Manchurian Recipe appeared first on RasoiMenu.
  • Delicious Macaroni & Cheese Recipe

    Kavita Parmar
    1 Sep 2015 | 12:30 am
    Macaroni cheese is also known as “Mac & Cheese” in […] The post Delicious Macaroni & Cheese Recipe appeared first on RasoiMenu.
  • Kuzhi Paniyaram Recipe

    Kavita Parmar
    31 Aug 2015 | 9:06 pm
    Kuzhi paniyaram is very popular South Indian cuisine. T […] The post Kuzhi Paniyaram Recipe appeared first on RasoiMenu.
  • Honey Roasted Red Potatoes Recipe

    Kavita Parmar
    31 Aug 2015 | 10:00 am
    Honey Roasted Red Potatoes is simply delicious and slig […] The post Honey Roasted Red Potatoes Recipe appeared first on RasoiMenu.
 
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    Food52

  • Too Many Cooks: Spick and Span

    Caroline Lange
    4 Sep 2015 | 12:00 pm
    You'll be hearing from the staff at FOOD52 every week in Too Many Cooks, our group column in which we pool our answers to questions about food, cooking, life, and more. Today: Keepin' it clean. Jovan: Those Ziploc vacuum bags saved us from our overwhelmingly bulky bedding collecting dust. We have a very small closet, so we store a lot under the bed or on top of the one armoire in the room. The bags make everything stackable and easily organized. Leslie: I keep out only what I actually use every day. I somehow ended up with some extra bowls that I initially kept in a low…
  • Savory Scones, Watermelon Kombucha & Other Things Posie Harwood Likes

    Posie Harwood
    4 Sep 2015 | 11:00 am
    Propelled by our obsession with writing lists of things we like, the editors are sharing a few things that brought them joy this week. We won't call it self help, but we encourage you to give it a whirl. You'll smile. What made you happy this week? Add it to the comments or Instagram it with the hashtag #happylist.
  • Home & Design Links We Love This Week

    Amanda Sims
    4 Sep 2015 | 10:30 am
    Classy cinder block walls, shopping at restaurants, feedback on Google's new logo, and more.     Ever been at a restaurant and wanted nothing more than to own the plates you're eating off of? These seven restaurants know how you feel and have capitalized on it, weaving retail into their business models: Eat your meal, then shop the store's decor, the forks you're eating with, or a curated selection of antiques and tableware. (Vogue)   The craze for subway tile is taken to a whole new level—perhaps back to its roots—in this Brazilian house built from concrete…
  • 21 of Our Favorite Recipes Made with 3 Ingredients or Fewer

    Caroline Lange
    4 Sep 2015 | 10:00 am
    Meals should not be brief. We like to linger at the table, sneaking cold potatoes with our fingers and refilling our wine glasses and talking and talking and talking. But recipes? Those can be brief—and maybe they should be, letting the ingredients or the technique speak the loudest. Thick, buttery salad dressing. Light biscuits easy enough to to make any morning of the week. Super creamy ice cream that's no-churn to boot. For these 21 recipes, the magic is in their simplicity: They each have only 3 ingredients or fewer. One ingredient: The Kitchn's…
  • 4 Steps to a Clean, Organized Kitchen That Stays That Way

    Amanda Sims
    4 Sep 2015 | 9:00 am
    In preparation for fall fast approaching, we're sprucing up and cleaning out—by taking some of our own best advice. Today: Get your kitchen clutter under control. The kitchen is your laboratory. There are appliances, chemicals, and reactions waiting to happen. If all goes well, your hypotheses, tested by experimentation, will turn out to be correct: cream-colored orbs puffing into steaming, golden dinner rolls; vegetables becoming more saturated in color after a dip in boiling water; tomatoes that are tartest, smoothest, and juiciest right off the vine in…
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    Tajoon

  • Peanut Butter Banana Quesadillas

    Loubna
    31 Aug 2015 | 9:20 am
    I like to have peanut butter banana quesadillas as mid-morning snack or with my afternoon coffee. I especially like to have this very filling, delicious and chocolaty snack after a workout. These quesadillas would also be a great for school lunch to replace peanut butter and jelly. You’d be the cool mom who packs chocolaty […] The post Peanut Butter Banana Quesadillas appeared first on Tajoon.
  • Hummus and Avocado Turkey Wrap

    Loubna
    18 Aug 2015 | 4:43 pm
    I make this hummus and avocado turkey wrap almost every single day of the week. I can’t believe it is taking me this long to share it with my you. My apologies. I mainly make the wrap for my husband. He likes it because it is balanced and contains most of the nutrients needed for […] The post Hummus and Avocado Turkey Wrap appeared first on Tajoon.
  • Moroccan Almond Sellou

    Loubna
    6 Aug 2015 | 10:35 am
    Moroccan Almond Sellou is a sophisticated traditional Moroccan sweet treat. It is made from toasted sesame seeds, browned flour and fried almonds. Moroccan Almond Sellou is loaded with calories and nutrients so we usually serve it during the holly month of Ramadan which helps us restore energy so we may fast the whole day. Sellou […] The post Moroccan Almond Sellou appeared first on Tajoon.
  • Berry, spinach and avocado milkshake

    Loubna
    30 Jun 2015 | 2:49 pm
    The holy month of Ramadan started about 2 weeks ago. It is the most superior month in the Islamic calendar.  Before I talk about the recipe, I would like to wish the entire Muslim nation a blessed and happy Ramadan, and may Allah accept everyone’s prayers. During the holy month of Ramadan we fast from […] The post Berry, spinach and avocado milkshake appeared first on Tajoon.
  • Moroccan Fried Eggs

    Loubna
    9 Jun 2015 | 10:22 am
    The combination of the cumin and olive oil give these Moroccan fried eggs a unique taste and aroma. It is a Morocco tradition to serve cumin with eggs weather they’re fried or hard boiled. Some people might find cumin a bit bitter and too strong to use as a condiment on eggs, but you know […] The post Moroccan Fried Eggs appeared first on Tajoon.
 
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    Taste Chronicles

  • Baked Falafel with Garlic Mint Yogurt Sauce

    3 Sep 2015 | 5:00 am
    About 3 months ago when the Southern Hemisphere was entering the dead of winter, I decided that I wanted to grow my own herbs in a container garden. This is not the smartest thing I have ever done and I knew it while I was shopping for seeds, seedlings and soil. I picked plants that I thought were going to survive a few frosty nights. I got coriander seeds (I never have any luck growing cilantro in summer, they just bolt and die so I thought winter might do it some good), garlic chive seeds, rosemary plant, peppermint plant and fennel plant. My strategy has been, largely, to keep my fingers…
  • Chettinad Chicken

    27 Aug 2015 | 5:00 am
    Sometimes, you plan your meals and other times the meal pretty much cooks itself with what you have in your refrigerator and pantry. Every now and again you end up with a winner! The recipe I am sharing with you today was definitely a winner!  I picked up a huge bunch of curry leaves from the Indian store the other day, with the intention of drying up most of it for future use. I have done this in the past and it lasted me ages. I don't know about you, but I can't go through the huge bunches of curry leaves they sell at the market quickly enough and hate the thought of them rotting in my…
  • An Evening in Trieste

    20 Aug 2015 | 5:00 am
    For one fabulous evening, we turned our little apartment in New Zealand into an apartment in Trieste! This night has been a long time coming. We have been planning this for close to a year and finally managed to get our act together. Boy, was it worth the wait! There is so much I've got for you in this post - step by step instructions on how to make pasta from scratch and a bonus "Top Secret Ravioli alla Nonna Pina". I had to jump through hoops to get this recipe for you, so I really hope you appreciate it. Our head chef for the night, Stephen O'Leary, is half Italian. He grew up in a…
  • Not quite Bharli Vangi

    13 Aug 2015 | 5:00 am
    Looking at all my blog posts lately, I can see why you would think that I am a die hard carnivore. Believe me, I eat veggies most weeknights. It's just that the Indian staple of Bhaat (rice) + Dal (lentils)+ Bhaji (Veggies) is often less than glamorous, so I end up not blogging about them! Bharli Vangi is a Maharashtrian recipe. It is made by stuffing eggplants with a nutty spicy filling and cooking it in a delicious sauce. Quick geography lesson - Maharashtra is a state in the western part of India. Bombay, where I grew up, is in Maharashtra. The recipe I am sharing with you today is…
  • Kai Time - Maori Food and Recipes

    5 Aug 2015 | 5:00 am
    E IhowaWhakapaingia ēnei kaiHei ōranga mo ōu mātou tinanaWhāngaia hoki ōu mātou wairuaKi te taro o te oraKo Ihu Karaiti tōu mātou kaiwhakaoraAke ake akeAmine-(Maori prayer before meals) Last week we celebrated Maori Language Week here in New Zealand. Maori- the indigenous people of New Zealand have rich culture and traditions. We had the opportunity to learn more about their language and culture. I learned to wield a taiaha - a traditional weapon, which was absolutely fantastic. Also, as part of the Maori Language week, I attended a cooking class and learned to cook Maori…
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    Chef Masterclasses

  • Hello world!

    CMCAdmin
    9 Aug 2015 | 8:34 pm
    Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!
 
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    Harriet Emily

  • GINGER BUTTERSCOTCH SAUCE

    Harriet Emily
    31 Aug 2015 | 5:43 am
    Oh my goodness, I don’t even know where to begin with this recipe. A few days ago, I was brainstorming what to make for my family friends birthday, and decided to make my chocolate caramel brownie cake (you can see the finished result here). The cake features my favourite caramel sauce recipe which I actually hadn’t made in ages, and when it came to making it that day, I remembered just how much I love it. After the cake had all been eaten, I began to crave the caramel (I’d forgotten how addictive it is) once again. As I sat there dreaming of this caramel sauce, I had an…
  • CHERRY ALMOND ICE CREAM

    Harriet Emily
    25 Aug 2015 | 5:25 am
    Hooray! I’ve finally managed to get this recipe ready for sharing. This ice cream has certainly been a challenge for me to make, but every trial was definitely worth it as I finally got it right in the end! I’ve always been obsessed with the flavour combination of cherries and almonds – which you can tell from my Cherry Bakewell Cupcakes recipe post. There’s just something so special about these two ingredients, and I love using them in all sorts of recipes. Since my cupcake creation, I decided push myself more and try making something a bit different with them. I…
  • ‘EUREKA’

    Harriet Emily
    21 Aug 2015 | 3:57 am
    It’s actually been quite a while since I’ve painted anything on canvas. Somedays I manage to find a small space of time to do a quick sketch or watercolour, but recently I’ve generally had very little time do anything besides work, and intentionally sit down to paint. When I create a piece of art, I try to focus my mind entirely on the paper or canvas before me, and then I allow my creativity to take full control. In my opinion, the process of making art is definitely as important as the final result of a piece. Whenever I see a finished artwork, I always wonder how it…
  • ASIAN BROWN RICE SALAD

    Harriet Emily
    20 Aug 2015 | 7:49 am
    Well, I honestly never thought the day would come where I would find myself addicted to a salad. Hmm, it’s certainly a very strange feeling. Even when I went back for third and fourth helpings of this, I felt a bit shocked that I was enjoying a salad so much. Of course, this isn’t the ‘typical’ kind of salad you would imagine, as I’m not one for anything too conventional. It’s a ‘salad’ that’s packed with brown rice, has no salad leaves, and a dressing that’s more like a curry sauce. But, it’s filled with vegetables, and…
  • CHERRY, BANANA & NECTARINE SMOOTHIE

    Harriet Emily
    17 Aug 2015 | 5:48 am
    I definitely think I’m going through a cherry phase at the moment. I can’t stop buying them, eating them or making recipes with them – and I’m actually going through punnet loads. Although they can be quite pricey to buy, I always think they’re worth the extra money because they’re just so delicious – and they make up for the fact I’m never able to enjoy any of the ripe local strawberries during this time of the year, as I’m allergic! So, when I would have naturally chosen to eat a strawberry, or needed to use some to make something, I…
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    Yummy Indian Kitchen - Indian Food Recipes

  • Falooda Fruit Mix

    asiya
    31 Aug 2015 | 10:12 pm
    Today’s post is an amazing post specially made for monthly bloggers challenge in which food bloggers would be taking part. Today I would be posting a special recipe of fruit dessert into which sabja seeds or basil seeds are added to make it an innovative dish. The theme for this month’s food bloggers monthly fiesta has been a fruit and I would be more than happy to post a recipe with the fruit. This recipe is an extension of custard recipe made with fruits and basil seeds which have been soaked overnight are layered with the fruit dessert. Below is the recipe for our Monthly…
  • Hyderabadi Chicken Dum Biryani Recipe

    asiya
    29 Aug 2015 | 11:56 pm
    Hyderabadi Chicken Dum Biryani recipe is an authentic Hyderabadi special rice dish which is a popular Dum Biryani recipe of Chicken from Hyderabad and Hyderabad is famous for Biryani all across India. My post for today would be dedicated to my home town Hyderabad where I have been born and spent so many years. Being a Hyderabadi I just love Biryani recipes and Biryani recipes are every Hyderabadi delight.      I am sharing the traditional and authentic way of making Hyderabadi Chicken Dum Biryani straight from my kitchen without missing even a single step with every minute detail.
  • Fried Onion Recipe, How To Fry Onions For Biryani

    asiya
    28 Aug 2015 | 12:10 am
    Fried Onion recipe is a simple recipe on how to deep fry onions which is an essential ingredient that can be used in many dishes like biryani or curries or korma recipes. In this recipe I would like to show my readers how easy it is to deep fry them and an important ingredient to make rich dishes like korma recipes or biryani recipes where the dish is incomplete without adding the fried onions. One such dish where I have used these fried onions is Hyderabadi Chicken Dum Biryani Recipe. If the onions are fried and kept in an air tight container then, it can be stored for few days and the deep…
  • Gongura Pappu Recipe, Andhra Dal Recipe

    asiya
    26 Aug 2015 | 12:31 am
                  Gongura Pappu Recipe is an andhra style dal pappu recipe which is made using sorrel leaves or gongura leaves along with pappu. Pappu is a term for ‘Dal’ in telugu lingo and gongura pappu is a dal made using gongura leaves or ambada leaves and toor dal.                     Gongura pappu or ambada dal or sorrel leaves is a very common recipe which you can find it down south especially in the andhra region. I occasionally  make this recipe and whenever I make it , it simply turns awesome and best when eaten with rice.                Whenever…
  • Moong Dal Pakoda Recipe, How To Make Moong Dal Pakoda

    asiya
    22 Aug 2015 | 11:27 pm
    Moong Dal Pakoda Recipe is a snack pakoda recipe which is deep fried in oil and is made using yellow moong dal batter. This pakoda recipe is healthy and delicious. Pakoda recipes are quite common in India and and I have decided to share yet another interesting pakoda recipe with my readers which is nothing but delicious moong dal pakoda recipe.           As moong dal or green gram is very healthy I would love to update different recipes that can be made with moong dal.  Here to make moong dal pakoda I have used split green gram that is yellow moong dal to make this snack item.      …
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    Weelicious

  • Bambo Nature Giveaway

    C. McCord
    3 Sep 2015 | 8:45 am
    Our little baby girl is only three weeks old, but we’ve already gone through a lot of diapers in her short life so far. It’s kind of amazing how many you go through in one day. I would estimate 12-15 as babies really have no sleep pattern at this point so it’s a 24 hour experience changing diapers which means you want them to be absorbent, leak proof and as kind to their little bottoms as possible. I’ve been using a bunch of brands to see which ones stand up best and came across Bambo Nature. First and foremost my favorite part is that they’re skin-friendly using no dangerous…
  • Pizza Bagels Video

    C. McCord
    1 Sep 2015 | 8:45 am
    I’ll give you two words you can say to your kids and I bet they will come running into lunch or dinner without a single protest. “Pizza” and “bagel”! Just as an example I do 30 second quick recipe commercial ideas on Kids Place Live on Sirius radio and while I was driving with the kids today they heard one come on. It’s no surprise at this point that it’s my voice, but they love hearing the different tips and recipe suggestions. Today’s happened to be the idea of using tortillas, english muffins and bagels to make mini pizzas, so guess what they asked me to make tonight? You…
  • Turkey Cucumber Roll Ups

    C. McCord
    31 Aug 2015 | 8:15 am
    I still can’t believe my kids are going back to school this week. It has been one of the best summers I’ve ever had getting to travel with them at this amazing age. We started the summer in the Turks and Caicos for a much needed family vacation for two weeks. Then I headed to farm camp at Blue Hill in New York with my parents and the kids where I also appeared on the Today Show in a segment about work life balance (is there such a thing?!) and an appearance on The View for a Back to School Lunch segment. When back in Los Angeles I got to celebrate my baby shower with dear girlfriends…
  • 5 Ways to Improve the Health of Your Home

    C. McCord
    28 Aug 2015 | 8:45 am
    Over the past few years we have tried to make some major changes in our home to protect the health of our family. 1. Buy Organic Produce – We buy most of our food at our local farmers markets focusing on organic or pesticide free foods that are locally grown as often as possible trying to avoid chemicals that can be sprayed on the food we eat that’s supposed to keep it beautiful. I would rather eat tasty food that’s unattractive to pretty food with little taste any day! 2. Use Natural Cleaning Supplies – When Kenya was born 8 1/2 years ago we started by tossing out any and all…
  • Shrimp UnFried Rice Video

    C. McCord
    25 Aug 2015 | 8:11 am
    Kenya could probably subsist on brown rice, so I keep bags of it on hand in the freezer at all times. Thank goodness for our rice cooker which makes cooking huge batches of it all fluffy and nutty smelling. We enjoy eating it plain or sprinkled with sesame seeds or in Tex Mex Rice Cakes, Mexican Rice Balls, served alongside Beef and Broccoli Stir Fry or in Shrimp Un-Fried Rice. Watch this Shrimp Un-Fried Rice Video to see a few quick tips to making this dish in less than 30 minutes. I loved going out for Chinese food when I was a kid, but for some reason it feels like there are fewer and…
 
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    My Real Food Family

  • Peanut Butter Pumpkin Fudge

    April Mims
    2 Sep 2015 | 3:35 am
    Can you believe it’s September already?  It doesn’t quite feel like it to me since we’re still seeing temps near 100 degrees here.  I’m ready to start thinking about fall now and dreaming of those cool days and the leaves changing colors.  Fall also means pumpkin.  Starbucks’s annual Pumpkin Spice Latte is always a newsworthy event.  And it seems like that is the official announcement that fall has arrived. In dreaming of all things pumpkin, I wanted to make something sweet.  And fudge was the first thing that came to my mind.  I made this Super…
  • Garlic Butter Shrimp Skewers

    April Mims
    28 Aug 2015 | 2:00 am
    One of my favorite meals this summer has been grilled shrimp.  It’s been a regular on our menu for the last couple of months so I figured it was time to post it on the blog.  I’ve been trying to figure out why I haven’t blogged this meal before and can’t come up with a valid reason.  The best reason I’ve come up with so far is that it’s just so quick and easy to make and there are no exact measurements that it seems like no big deal.  But, since the entire purpose of this blog is to share quick, easy and healthy recipes, I’ve been negligent in…
  • How to Make an Effortless (but healthy) Dinner

    April Mims
    25 Aug 2015 | 2:00 am
    This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #EffortlessMeals #CollectiveBias Now that school is back in session, effortless meals are an important part of family life.  Between homework, after school practices and other school activities, it’s hard to find time to make a healthy meal.  Even with a busy schedule, you don’t have to sacrifice healthy foods for convenience. Over the years, I’ve figured out several ways that I can make dinner preparation more effortless.  It saves me time, money, and allows me to…
  • Cooking Terminology 101

    April Mims
    21 Aug 2015 | 2:00 am
    If you’re fairly new in the kitchen or simply don’t have a lot of experience with kitchen terminology, I hope you’ll find this post useful.  While some terms are pretty straightforward, some don’t mean much unless you understand what they mean. These are some of the most common words you might find in a recipe. Al dente – used to describe pasta cooked until it offers slight resistance to the bite Baste – moistening foods during cooking with sauce or pan drippings to add flavor and prevent the food from drying out Blanch –  immersing in rapidly…
  • The Health Benefits of Spinach (and our favorite recipes)

    April Mims
    20 Aug 2015 | 2:00 am
    Spinach is one of the most amazing super foods out there.  It’s a powerhouse of nutrients and contains very few calories and is naturally fat-free and cholesterol-free.  Spinach is extremely versatile too – you can eat it raw or cooked, mix it in a smoothie, add it to a salad, or add it to eggs for breakfast.  With only 27 calories per cup of the leafy green, it’s a diet-friendly food too.  And it’s loaded with protein, iron, magnesium, potassium, folate and calcium as well as vitamins A and K. In addition, spinach also boasts these health benefits: High in fiber…
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    The Kitchen Invader

  • Kulao

    Chellet
    3 Sep 2015 | 3:59 pm
      Pork kulao is also known as pork kinilaw, and it is said to be a dish which originated from Cavite. At home, we cook this dish usually on a weekend whenever my sister’s around ‘coz this is one of her favorite dishes. When we cooked kulao recently and took pictures, it was fo our aunt who doesn’t regularly cook at home. Her family also love this dish and would only order whenever my cousins are at home. So, here’s the recipe for pork kulao. This dish is great as an appetizer, viand, and pulutan. Ingredients: 1 kg pork ears (ask the butcher to clean them), cheeks…
  • Almondigas

    Chellet
    23 Aug 2015 | 1:54 pm
      Ah, the rainy days are here and it’s time to enjoy those hot, steaming bowl of soups with the usual lunch menus at home. One of our favorites is almondigas (patola and miswa soup with meatballs). This is a simple soup dish that’s perfect any time – rainy day or not. Here’s the recipe.   Ingredients: * meatballs: 1/4 kg ground pork 5 tbsp flour 1 egg beaten salt and pepper to taste 1/2 cup oil for frying * soup: 3 cloves garlic minced 1 med onion finely chopped 3-4 cups water 1 pork bouillon cube 1-2 packs/pcs. miswa (if you buy from your neighborhood…
  • Chili con Carne

    Chellet
    11 Jul 2015 | 10:23 am
      A great dish for the rainy days is something warm and spicy like chili con carne. This dish is simple, but very hearty and comforting. We’ve been craving for it for a long time, so my sister took charge of the kitchen in the afternoon and whip up this spicy chili con carne for dinner. Here’s our recipe… Ingredients: 300 grams ground beef 250 grams canned red beans (cooked; in plain, unsalted broth), drained 1 small pack tomato paste 3 cloves garlic, finely chopped 1 med. onion, finely chopped 2-3 red, ripe tomatoes, chopped 1 tbsp. cooking oil salt to taste 1 pack…
  • Yang Chow Fried Rice

    Chellet
    23 Mar 2015 | 1:04 pm
    Rice is a staple in the Filipino kitchen and dining table. It is our main source of carbohydrates and it’s always partnered with a viand to complete a day’s meal. Filipino cooks turn to tasty and inexpensive ingredients to make this staple more delicious and appealing. Typically, if it’s left-over rice, there’s always a variety of fried rice that can be concocted in the kitchen. One of our favorites to cook and eat at home is Yang Chow fried rice. Here’s how to cook it… Ingredients: leftover rice ( 3-4 measuring cups, grains separated) 2-3 pcs. diced…
  • Penne with Italian Meatballs in Tomato Sauce

    Chellet
    9 Feb 2015 | 8:30 am
    We love pasta with tomato sauce – name it and we’ll enjoy cooking and eating it. My sister’s the pasta diva in this house ‘coz she loves cooking them Italian style. In general, Filipinos love pasta. But with the sweeter version of tomato or tomato and meat sauce. So, you if you want to try this recipe, you can turn it into your own version – whether you like it a little sweeter, especially if you have kids, or Italian style with oregano or basil in the tomato sauce. Ingredients: 1 kg penne, cooked according to package directions tomato sauce: 2 large cans diced…
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    The Tastes of India

  • Vegetable Nuggets

    Puja
    4 Sep 2015 | 2:31 pm
    Crispy and Crunchy…… What could be better in a nice evening with a slight drizzle, than a few nuggets and a cup of tea or, coffee. My husband is too fond of nuggets. Rather I should put it as he is fond of vegetable nuggets these days because he doesn’t have a choice. His favorite used to be chicken nuggets and every time we went out to a shopping mall he would find a reason to get some chicken nuggets for himself. But gradually after he found me and my daughter eating vegetable nuggets and he being the odd man out, he switched to vegetable nuggets along with us. A loving…
  • Vanilla Cream Filled Cupcakes

    Puja
    31 Aug 2015 | 10:37 am
    My daughter and cup cakes. You might be thinking what that means.. right!!! My daughter loves Vanilla Cream Filled Cupcakes very much. Nooo… that doesn’t mean that she does not like any other cakes. Cakes are her weakness. When I ask her if she is feeling hungry and if I should bring some food for her, She would say nod her head in a “NO” to food. But as soon as I show her some cupcakes she would nod her head in “YES” and will ask for the cake. That’s naughty, isn’t it? Kids tend to be like that. They would give way to their lunch and dinner for…
  • 33 Amazing Tulsi Benefits For Skin, Hair And Health

    Puja
    26 Aug 2015 | 10:02 am
    Tulsi is the most sacred herb of India and this sacred plant is found in almost every Indian household. People in India worship and care for the plant daily. The leaves of tulsi are cosidered as a herbal remedy for a lot of common ailments. Tulsi is considered as the destroyer of all the doshas in Ayurveda and is also known as “queen of herbs”. The fragrance of the leaves itself gives a freshness. I still remember by grandfather eating a few leaves everyday in the morning along with a glass of water. He used to tell me that it keeps him healthy and also keep all diseases away. Tulsi…
  • Rajma Curry – How to Make No Onion No Garlic Rajma Curry

    Puja
    20 Aug 2015 | 6:02 am
    Rajma, without onion and garlic…No it would not taste good. Generally that is the kind of reaction we get from the people who love rajma very much. But it’s not like that. Today I am going to change this misconception by making rajma without onion and garlic. And believe me, it tastes great and I am sure you too would love this easy rajma curry. Though I prepare rajma in various ways, the most preferred version of rajma at my home is rajma with onion and garlic. I had already published Rajma Masala Recipe (with onion and garlic) some time before. But today’s rajma recipe uses a…
  • Ghee Rice – How to make Ghee Rice

    Puja
    17 Aug 2015 | 8:40 am
    Ghee rice along with lots of cashews and raising…..ummmm I just love that. I just don’t need anything, just a bowl of rice. But of, course it tastes heavenly if there is some side dish to go with it. But guess what!!! I can’t make it often and the reason being that it has lot of calories and fat in it. But yet you can delight yourself and your family in between with this delicious treat. The main ingredient in this recipe is rice and ghee, other than that you will need whole spices and some dry fruits which is easily available at home. So whenever your are short of time and you…
 
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    Good Cake Food

  • Freaky finger red velvet cake

    28 Aug 2015 | 11:43 am
    IngredientsFor the red velvet cake175g soft butter, plus extra for greasing225g white caster sugar1 tsp vanilla extract3 large eggs, at room temperature1 tbsp red food colouring paste (we used Christmas red from Sugarflair)200g plain flour50g cocoa powder (we used Green & Black's)1½ tsp bicarbonate of soda
½ tsp baking powder¼ tsp salt150g pot low-fat plain yogurt, loosened with 2 tbsp milkFor the fingers and frostingabout 3 x 114g boxes white chocolate fingers (we found them in Tesco)140g icing sugar2 tsp milksmall blob of red food colouring paste100g soft butter300g full-fat cream…
  • Red velvet cake

    28 Aug 2015 | 9:18 am
    Ingredientsfew sweets to decorate, we used jelly hearts from a sweet shop (optional)For the sponges250g butter, plus extra for greasing200g dark chocolate, broken into chunks500g plain flour500g golden caster sugar2 tbsp cocoa powder1 tsp bicarbonate of soda½ tsp salt2 large eggs200g natural yogurt400g cooked beetroot in natural juices (not vinegar)4 tbsp or 2 x 28ml bottle red food colouring (optional- a natural liquid colouring will not work; we used Scarlett Langdale)For the frosting200g full-fat soft cheese, at room temperature250g butter, softened400g icing sugar, sifted2 tsp vanilla…
  • Christmas tree pops

    28 Aug 2015 | 7:20 am
    Ingredients100g butter at room temperature, plus extra for greasing100g golden caster sugar1 tsp vanilla extract2 medium eggs100g self-raising flour3 tbsp cocoa powder3 tbsp milk300g icing sugar, siftedgreen food colouringsprinkles, for decorating (we used sugar snowflakes and mini Smarties)8 lollipops or cake pop sticks, to serveMethodHeat oven to 180C/160C fan/gas 4. Grease a 20cm round cake tin and line the base with a circle of baking parchment.Put the butter in a big mixing bowl with the sugar and vanilla extract, and mix until it looks creamy. Crack in the eggs, one at a time, mixing…
  • Easy apple fruit cake

    28 Aug 2015 | 6:51 am
    Ingredients200g butter, softened plus extra for greasing200g dark muscovado sugar3 eggs, beaten1 tbsp black treacle200g self-raising flour2 tsp mixed spice1 tsp baking powder2 eating apples, grated (approx 100g each)300g mixed sultanas and raisinsMethodHeat oven to 180C/fan 160C/gas 4. Butter and line the bottom of a deep, round 20cm cake tin with greaseproof paper. Beat the first seven ingredients together in a large bowl (electric hand- beaters are best for this), until pale and thick. Using a large metal spoon, gently fold in the fruit until evenly combined.Spoon the batter into the tin…
  • New York Cheesecake

    28 Aug 2015 | 6:27 am
    IngredientsFor the crust85g butter melted, plus extra for tin140g digestive biscuits, made into fine crumbs1 tbsp sugar, granulated or golden casterFor the cheesecake filling3 x 300g/11oz pack Philadelphia cheese, or other full-fat soft cheese250g golden caster sugar3 tbsp plain flour1½ tsp vanilla extractfinely grated zest of 1 lemon (about 2 tsp)1½ tsp lemon juice3 large eggs, plus 1 yolk284ml carton soured creamFor the soured cream topping142ml carton soured cream1 tbsp golden caster sugar2 tsp lemon juiceMethodPosition an oven shelf in the middle of the oven. Preheat the oven to fan…
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    Gourmet Project

  • oregano homemade pita & tinos island’s discovery

    Claudia Rinaldi
    4 Sep 2015 | 3:26 am
    about homemade pita bread recipes, donkeys, greek frittata and Epicurus... yes, all together. - a proposito di pita fatta in casa, asini, frittate greche ed Epicuro... The post oregano homemade pita & tinos island’s discovery appeared first on Gourmet Project.
  • Make it Gourmet

    Claudia Rinaldi
    1 Sep 2015 | 4:51 am
    prosciutto, cherry tomatoes and pine nuts & rosemary butter #gourmetlunch    The post Make it Gourmet appeared first on Gourmet Project.
  • Homemade Tzaziki & Syros Island

    Claudia Rinaldi
    31 Aug 2015 | 2:10 am
    about climbing, shining beaches, scootering Greece & homemade tzaziki. - sulle arrampicate, le spiagge luccicanti, scooterare la Grecia e il tzaziki fatto in casa. The post Homemade Tzaziki & Syros Island appeared first on Gourmet Project.
  • Super fresh!

    Claudia Rinaldi
    29 Aug 2015 | 8:34 am
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  • Cretan Salad & Athens Adventours

    Claudia Rinaldi
    27 Aug 2015 | 3:06 am
    about decadence. talking with a temple. philosophy and a fresh delicious salad. The post Cretan Salad & Athens Adventours appeared first on Gourmet Project.
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    Mom's Recipes Handbook

  • Andhra Style Spicy Chicken Fry Recipe How to Prepare

    18 Aug 2015 | 6:33 am
             Chicken fry is a delicious dish with great aroma and taste. It has very little,thick gravy or to say it is a rather dry roasted form. I have added lots of chili powder to give a nice spice kick to the chicken fry. You can reduce the amount of chilly powder and add more of onions if you like the spicy flavor. Spicy Andhra Chicken is another roast recipe its my family favorite dish. It is a dry version and is great accompaniment with rice, chapathi or fried rice. The chicken in this recipe is usually deep fried or shallow fried, (some times whole stuffed…
  • Bitter Curry (Kakarkaya Pachi Pulusu) recipe How to Prepare

    17 Aug 2015 | 1:52 am
           Hi friends.... today one traditional desi recipe "Bitter Curry (pulusu)"... Its very traditional recipe in Andhra... Mainly prepared this curry in villages... My grand mom prepare this recipe... Actually I love bitter vegetable, I will prepare it like fry, red chili masala stuffed fry, coconut masala fry, etc... But my grand mom prepare this taste recipe for me, when he will came to my home.. Or went to my grand mom home she most be prepare that recipe.. Its really so sweet and sour... So I will show today my grand mother's recipe....  In this pulusu (curry) we…
  • simple indian vegetarian pasta and masala recipes

    16 Aug 2015 | 7:39 am
         After my marriage, I prepared to my husband's special Pasta with vegges... I tried it my home toady for my husband...  As much as I love cooking, actually he don't like chat items & noodles related items...  But this day he will eat this tasty recipe... And also he loves it so much am so happy to that.... My husband love totally tradition meals, chutnys, break fast only.. After marriage I will also tried that only... Haa little bit changes I tried in traditional recipes I prepared.... One of the things I like to make is a large pot of tomato sauce or red…
  • How to Cook Chicken Garlic Curry Recipes Indian Style

    15 Aug 2015 | 11:59 pm
         Hi all, today recipe "Garlic Red Chili Chicken", as the name suggests, is cooked in lots of Garlic and has a distinctive flavour. It can be found in different forms across India.  I have provided my style of this popular dish in this recipe. Well having got up at 6 this morning to take missus to work i couldn't get back to sleep so i thought i'd have another look at the specials board to try a new dish and decided on garlic chili chicken The curry can be made hot or medium depending on the amount of red chilies. I did change it slightly as I am not too…
  • Spicy Andhra Chicken Kurma Curry How to Prepare

    4 Aug 2015 | 10:36 pm
          India is a land of diversities, which is well portrayed in its culture and cuisine. A land where taste changes at every 100 kms. Hence, it has a wide spectrum of food. Here we bring you an authentic Spicy Chicken Kurma Recipe from India that’s not only quick but, can be easily made at home. The Spicy chicken Kurma recipe we listed below is most basic of Indian recipes also one of the tastiest! Trying this Spicy Kurma recipe at home is an easy way to get a delicious meal. Kurma, a classic Non-vegetarian Dish is cooked in yogurt (curd) gravy and poppy seeds. The…
 
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    A Side of Sweet

  • Ice Cream & Cupcake Funfetti Cookies

    Kelly Egan
    4 Sep 2015 | 5:08 am
    Here’s a bit of decorated sugar cookie inspiration for you! In this post you’ll find how I made these cupcake and ice cream cone sugar cookies, but let’s be serious. This post is less about that and more about an excuse to post these fun .gifs that I spent wayyyy too much time creating! I made cookies for my recent confetti party that you’ve been reading so much about. What better cookies to have for a confetti party than funfetti sugar cookies decorated in the shape of my favorite desserts?  As you may guess, it’s easy to turn any sugar cookie recipe into…
  • White Chocolate Dipped Pretzels & Oreos

    Kelly Egan
    2 Sep 2015 | 5:12 am
    The secret to perfect white chocolate dipped pretzels and oreos. They are easy to make and are the perfect party snack. Don’t forget the sprinkles! On my first attempt to make white chocolate-dipped pretzels and oreos, I thought it would be a piece of cake. I mean, what’s so hard about putting some cookies into chocolate, right? Then I gave it a shot and the white candy melts I used were wayyy too thick. The mixture pulled the cookies apart and didn’t coat evenly. So I did what any rational person would do and consulted the internet. Thanks to the help of a forum, I learned…
  • DIY Polka Dot Serving Platter

    Kelly Egan
    31 Aug 2015 | 5:09 am
    When you hear ‘Mod Podge,’ you might assume the project is a bit outdated. My first Mod Podge DIY was way back at age 8, during my 4-H days. I decoupaged floral paper napkins on the back side of a clear glass plate. I proudly displayed them at the local county fair. Although it was a fun project, you can probably guess it wasn’t at all trendy. It was definitely more appropriate for a dusty sitting room from decades past. This is decoupage in a whole new way. In just a few steps, you can upcycle an old platter to make it way more fun. I got my platters at Goodwill…
  • Colorful Stuffed Vanilla Cupcakes

    Kelly Egan
    30 Aug 2015 | 5:14 am
    Hooray! We’re continuing the confetti party awesomeness today. I’m sharing my third post from this fabulous colorful party that you first saw in this post. I’m just so excited about all of the recipes and DIYs that came together to make the spread that I just can’t wait to share them with you. In the words of Julia Child, ‘A party without cake is just a meeting.” I couldn’t agree more, and I wanted the cupcakes for this party to be super fun. I’ve had a lot of fun making stuffed cupcakes in the past. This time, I wanted to have a vanilla…
  • Easy Colorful DIY Cake Platters

    Kelly Egan
    27 Aug 2015 | 5:10 am
    As I mentioned in my last post, over the next few weeks I’m going to be sharing all of the recipes and DIYs from my recent colorful confetti party! Today’s DIY is crazy easy and will cost hardly anything. You can make these beautiful party platters and cake stands with materials found at your local thrift store. Get the DIY for these colorful cake stands after the jump! All you need is a plate, a mug or bowl, epoxy and a spray paint that has paint & primer in one (regular spray paint will scrape right off). You can decide what look you want – with a mug handle, or…
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    Rainstorms and Love Notes

  • The Little Dipper in Durham, NC

    ashleynevis
    2 Sep 2015 | 4:00 am
    Last Friday night, TJ and I ventured over to Durham, NC to have a fondue dinner at The Little Dipper. I’ve always thought that going to a fondue place would be fun, so when we found a Groupon a few weeks ago, it seemed like the perfect time to try it out. I wasn’t too sure about what to expect (except for lots of melted cheese and chocolate), but it ended up being one of the most fun outings we’ve ever had. The restaurant is in Brightleaf Square, located on the cutest little street with a bunch of shops, restaurants, and adorable street lights. We made a reservation for…
  • Spinach and Fontina Bruschetta

    ashleynevis
    30 Aug 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Today is a super awesome and special Secret Recipe Club day – we’re all posting about tailgating foods!! When I first learned that there would be a special theme day all about tailgating recipes (aka, my favorite food group), I was so excited, so I’m thrilled that reveal day is finally here. I think that maybe even causal blog readers/Instagram and Twitter followers can see pretty easily that I am a diehard Pittsburgh Steelers fan. I have been counting down the days until the season starts since the Monday after the Super Bowl (10 days to go!), and I’m so ready for it…
  • Cheesy Bites

    ashleynevis
    28 Aug 2015 | 4:00 am
    So, two weekends ago, TJ and I were watching TV when we saw a Pizza Hut commercial advertising some pizza with cheesy bites around the edge in place of a crust. I thought it kind of seemed weird (how do you hold a slice of pizza without a crust?!), but I did think that the cheesy bites by themselves would be pretty good. After TJ and I talked about how you could possibly eat a piece of pizza without a crust, I told him that I was going to try making our own cheesy bites, sans pizza. They ended up being so easy and delicious! I mean, it’s bread and cheese – what’s not to…
  • We’re Moving Back When? (Part 3)

    ashleynevis
    26 Aug 2015 | 4:00 am
    This is the third post in a series written by my husband, TJ, about our house flood experience. This is a multi-part series of how Ashley and I are thankful that we had excellent insurance coverage (from Nationwide).  Water does a lot of damage!  To catch up, read Part 1 and Part 2 before continuing with this post. As I left off in Part 2, we were put in this situation whether we liked it or not, so we started to make lists of upgrades, get pricing, then rank them.  For example, while the house was gutted, it made the most sense to add Ethernet connections in the other rooms now (as long…
  • Currently: August 2015

    ashleynevis
    24 Aug 2015 | 4:00 am
    (Ok, truthfully this picture isn’t that “current”, as we took it in June, but let’s just go with it) So, I’ve talked a little about this before, but I’m just kind of blah about blogging lately. Maybe it’s a summer funk, maybe blogging is changing, or maybe I’ve just been enjoying life too much lately to force myself to sit down and blog when I don’t feel like it. There’s definitely something really refreshing about just living life and not worrying about writing blog posts or posting on Instagram, etc. I don’t know if…
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    Whole Food Republic - Simple. Healthy. Living

  • Couscous Salad with Radishes and Oranges

    Elle
    4 Sep 2015 | 10:00 am
    Oh my. How can a salad jeweled with so many beautifully vivid hues be anything but utterly delicious? It is. It’s magical. Actually, what is truly magical is couscous. It’s so easy. It almost does all the work itself. Of course there are a few special methods for preparing it. One of which I stumbled […] The post Couscous Salad with Radishes and Oranges appeared first on Whole Food Republic - Simple. Healthy. Living.
  • 6 Principles of Clean Eating & Healthy Living

    Elle
    2 Sep 2015 | 10:00 am
    Nowadays, with endless information and countless opinions, the concept of clean eating and trying to live healthily can be a little confusing. Here are my top six clean eating principles: 1Minimize or eliminate processed foods from your diet. These are foods that come in boxes, bags, cans or packages with long list of ingredients (such […] The post 6 Principles of Clean Eating & Healthy Living appeared first on Whole Food Republic - Simple. Healthy. Living.
  • Thai Inspired Kohlrabi Coleslaw

    Elle
    31 Aug 2015 | 10:00 am
    This crunchy kohlrabi salad is the perfect way to introduce Germany’s darling to your table – although gnarly looking, it’s a very tasty vegetable. It can be stir-fried, steamed or boiled, but I swear raw is the way to go! Flavor and texture-wise, kohlrabi has an apple-like crunch, slightly resembles a radish in texture and […] The post Thai Inspired Kohlrabi Coleslaw appeared first on Whole Food Republic - Simple. Healthy. Living.
  • Plum Chutney

    Elle
    28 Aug 2015 | 5:00 am
    Thanks to the smell of homemade plum chutney my place smelled amazingly cozy for a dismal, rainy summer day. Plum chutney has got to be the most tasty sweet-and-tangy spreads out there. It’s perfect for serving with grilled or roasted meats, a cheese platter or get this, as a spread to give your next sandwich […] The post Plum Chutney appeared first on Whole Food Republic - Simple. Healthy. Living.
  • Nutty Coconut Granola (+ Parfait Recipe)

    Elle
    25 Aug 2015 | 10:00 am
    Not only is homemade granola super easy to make, but it is also a healthier alternative to pre-made store bought varieties – and granola is one of those magically delicious things that makes serving up a nutritious and tasty breakfast so easy. Even if you are on the go – for the road, simply layer […] The post Nutty Coconut Granola (+ Parfait Recipe) appeared first on Whole Food Republic - Simple. Healthy. Living.
 
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  • Beer Pizza Dough

    admin
    17 Aug 2015 | 9:06 am
    I don’t remember much about that Chinese history class I took in college. I was forced to take it in order fill credit requirements after discovering absolutely nothing else was open, not even ice skating. My brain deleted 4,000 years worth of Chinese history in the time it took to put down my pencil after the final exam. I do however remember the more important things I learned in college, such as how to pour a beer slowly into a tipped glass to avoid all the foam. Remember that? Now forget all about it, or your pizza will suck.   With beer pizza dough you need a flat, room…
  • DIY Baby Nook

    admin
    20 Apr 2015 | 7:00 am
      Our little condo is… well, little. Like these pink moccasins. A baby does not take up much space, but all the added baby items definitely do. Luckily our bedroom is quite large, as it used to be two bedrooms.     Back when we first moved in, we wondered how we could best use such a large bedroom. Now we know! The extra space is perfect to section off a baby nook. We can keep her nearby, while having a semi-private area for her to sleep, as undisturbed as possible.   The plan was to divide the room by creating sliding fabric panels that would hang from the ceiling. We…
  • Marshmallow Frosting with Chocolate Cake

    admin
    17 Apr 2015 | 7:00 am
    This is all about the marshmallow frosting. The chocolate cake is just something to eat it with, like a piece of toast for homemade raspberry jam. I have never liked marshmallows. A lot of people find this strange, but you’ll find it less bizarre after I tell you I have a sister who does not like chocolate. The worst of all were the mutant “marshmallow” confections found in lucky charms. They were (and still are) like crispy, sugary freeze-dried styrofoam. One day at my friend’s 10th birthday party, she asked me to have a piece of her birthday cake with her favorite marshmallow…
  • Southwestern Chipotle Lasagna

    admin
    14 Apr 2015 | 7:00 am
    It’s time for some cuisine confusion. Or should that be fusion? Sounds like the same thing to me. Tonight’s dinner is a Mexitalian inspired lasagna in form, but with the soul of a taco. I’ve been making variations of this lasagna since college, but the chipotle makes this one my favorite. I also added the broccoli and spinach this time. Vegetables were not in my vocabulary as an undergrad, unless they happen to be delivered on top of a pizza. Southwestern Chipotle Lasagna 1 ½ cup broccoli 4 oz spinach 1 medium onion 4 oz green chili peppers 1½ cups crushed fire-roasted tomatoes 1 lb…
  • Creamy Sweet Potato Soup

    admin
    11 Apr 2015 | 7:00 am
    Sometimes pureed veggie soups can taste a bit monotone, like a mouthful of “meh”.  We can’t have that here.  Sad soups do nothing to help motivate one to eat healthy. However, pre-roasting the vegetables changes things drastically for the better. Just like making a face-melting habanero salsa, roasting brings out a better range of flavors. This is a good quick & healthy recipe to make when you don’t feel like putting a lot of effort into dinner, yet it tastes like something you cooked for hours. Note: You can buy the pesto or make your own. I had some leftover asparagus…
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    One Mans Kitchen

  • The Reverse Aero Press

    Kurt Hicks
    5 Sep 2015 | 1:15 am
    The Reverse Aero Press This is my favorite brew method. The reverse aero press is quick simple and delivers a deliciously light coffee. As the name States for this method you will need to get yourself an aero press (invented by the guy who bought us the aerobie frisbee!) at around £22 it's very cost-effective way of making great tasting home-brewed coffee. Your going to need about 15g of freshly ground coffee. Try not to get the grind too fine when using this method I found the best results come from a medium to coarse grind. Using 15g of coffee and the given size of the aero press, you're…
  • Tremendously Chewy Pavlova

    Matthew620
    10 Aug 2015 | 4:38 am
    Chewy Meringue Pavlova Ingredients  4 Large Egg Whites 115g Caster Sugar 115g Icing Sugar Whatever Summer Berries You Fancy Around 250ml of Double Cream A firm favorite of mine it such a simple little recipe that always goes down well with everyone whatever the occasion. Start  by preheating your oven to 110°C/gas mark 1/4. Then whisk  the egg whites until they begin to form soft peaks. This can take a while if you’re doing by hand luckily enough i have a Kitchen Aid so it doesn’t take long at all. (They are pretty pricey but well worth the money if you bake a lot) Once the…
  • Gluten Free Victoria Sponge

    Matthew620
    2 Apr 2015 | 11:32 pm
    Gluten Free Victoria Sponge Ingredients  225g Gluten Free Self Raising Flour 225g Sugar 225g Butter ( Not margarine!!) 4 Large Beaten Eggs 1/2 Bicarbonate of Soda Strawberry Jam I have no idea how much jam I use. I just kind of do it by eye so you’ll have to do the same! Butter Cream Ingredients 85g Softened Butter ( Just leave it out the fridge for  hour to soften it) 225g Icing sugar 1 Teaspoon Vanilla Essence 1 Tablespoon of Milk Most shop brought gluten free cakes are a little lack luster in both the taste and texture department. This is not the case if you are willing to put the…
  • Bacon & Gruyère Cheese Quiche

    Matthew620
    22 Feb 2015 | 6:50 am
    Bacon & Gruyère Cheese Quiche Ingredients  180g Smoked Thick Cut Bacon (Remove the rind and slice into little strips) 1 Chopped Onion 130g Grated Gruyère Cheese (You can use a strong cheddar cheese if you haven’t got Gruyère cheese) 180ml Fresh Double Cream 70ml Fresh Milk (Full fat works best) Ground Sea Salt (To Taste) Ground Black Pepper(To Taste) 2 Large Free Range Eggs For The Pastry 175g Plain Flour 85g Salted Butter (Dont use margarine is horrid stuff!) 3 Tablespoons Cold Water A Pinch of Sea Salt 1 Medium Free Range Egg For Gluten Free Pastry 225g Gluten Free Plain…
  • Butterscotch Popcorn!

    Matthew620
    9 Feb 2015 | 11:03 am
    Butterscotch Popcorn Ingredients 2 Tablespoons of Pop Corn Kernels 30g Salted Butter 50g Fairtrade Caster Sugar (Make you use fresh clean sugar i.e it doesn’t have bits of coffee or dried up lumps in it) Pinch of Salt Organic Sunflower Oil  Well popcorn…. I absolutely love it, I’ve been making it since the age of like ten. To my delight I received a Cinema Popcorn Making Kit for Christmas last year which makes things so easy. If your buying  lots of popcorn like I was, a Popcorn Maker will be a good investment. Its also amazing fun to use, makes me feel like a little…
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    Restaurant Recipes - Popular Restaurant Recipes you can make at Home: Copykat.com

  • Jason’s Deli Chicken Pot Pie

    Stephanie
    4 Sep 2015 | 3:00 pm
    The post Jason’s Deli Chicken Pot Pie appeared first on Restaurant Recipes - Popular Restaurant Recipes you can make at Home: Copykat.com.          Related StoriesMcDonalds Sweet TeaMay FavoritesRefried Beans 
  • McDonalds Sweet Tea

    Stephanie
    3 Sep 2015 | 7:14 pm
    Who doesn’t love McDonalds Sweet Tea? Iced tea is so refreshing. Nothing says summer like a thirst-quenching glass of iced tea. If asked what is my favorite menu item at McDonalds I will tell you it is their sweet tea. I know Iced tea making can be a very personal drink to make. We all have our favorite ways to make iced tea. I have friends that have special microwave methods, other people I know have ways they make their sun tea. Other people like to let their tea steep for about an hour. Now McDonolds doesn’t do anything exotic like this. They make their tea in a large machine…
  • How to Choose the Right Slow Cooker For You

    Stephanie
    2 Sep 2015 | 6:56 pm
    Choosing the right slow cooker means all of the difference if you will love or hate your slow cooker. Here is a guide to help you make your best decision in purchasing a slow cooker. Why Use A Slow Cooker There are many great reasons to use a slow cooker. Some of my favorite reasons to use a slow cooker is you can make a good meal without having to stand over the stove. Slow cookers are economical to purchase, and to operate. You can cook soups, stews, and roasts during the summer without heating up your kitchen. You can make many economical meals in your slow cooker. Hands down my favorite…
  • Panera Bread Copycat Recipes

    Stephanie
    28 Aug 2015 | 3:53 am
    Panera Bread has to be one of my favorite restaurants. Their food is wholesome, and they are one of the few restaurants removing additives that don’t need to be in your food. When it comes to going out to eat this restaurant is often on the top of my list. Here are a few of the reasons why. Panera Bread Baked Potato Soup – this soup is so popular it is on their menu every day. You won’t want to miss this delicious creamy baked potato soup. It is filled with cheese, bacon, and more. Panera Bread Broccoli Cheese Soup – this broccoli cheese soup is rich and savory. You…
  • Jason’s Deli Chicken Salad

    Stephanie
    26 Aug 2015 | 10:00 pm
    Jason’s Deli makes a very creative chicken salad. It is simple but appetizing, and you can recreate this copycat recipe at home. Do you like chicken salad, but think it can be complicated to make? If you are like me, I wonder what should I put in there, pickles, onions, olives, other crunchy edibles. I recently tried Jason’s Deli Chicken salad and was blown away with the sweet simplicity of this recipe. It contains mayonnaise, slivered almonds, chicken, salt, pepper, and crushed pineapple. Do you wonder how this tastes? Let me tell you, it is amazing. It is slightly sweet, and the…
 
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    In Wealth & Health

  • Skillet Ground Turkey Curry with Garbanzo Beans and Dates

    Jessa Nowak
    25 Aug 2015 | 10:57 pm
      Easy, healthy, light, high protein and low carbohydrate. Nothing could be better than this skillet ground turkey curry with spinach, garbanzo beans and dates. Perfect for a weeknight meal, it’s made in one pan and is ready in 15 minutes.       This recipe was a fluke that instantly turned into a favorite. I had attempted to quickly throw together a dinner that used ground turkey that wasn’t spaghetti and meat sauce or meatballs. I recall wanting to create something close to the Thai dish larb, which is often ground chicken, served room temperature with a…
  • Almond Boku Superfood Bites

    Jessa Nowak
    7 Aug 2015 | 3:35 pm
      If you haven’t yet tried a superfood powder, now’s the time! These almond superfood bites are jam-packed full of incredible nutrition. Almonds, oats, chia seeds, cinnamon…all nutritious ingredients on their own are amplified, thanks to the addition of Boku Superfood.    Almond Boku Superfood Bites   The base of this recipe is almond butter. Homemade almond butter. Toss almonds in a food processor and they’ll turn into a meal. Keep going and they will start to form butter (see pic 3). Image 4 is what the almond butter will look like after the…
  • 10 Salad Ingredients to Create a Restaurant Worthy Salad

    Jessa Nowak
    31 Jul 2015 | 2:17 pm
    Have you ever had a gourmet salad that blew your mind? Likely, it wasn’t created in your kitchen. We tend to do last minute prep, throwing lettuce in a bowl then tossing it with bottled dressing. Maybe on a good day, a tomato or cucumber will find it’s way in.  Prepare to end your boring salad routine without much extra fuss. Learn what salad ingredients create perfect balance to quickly and easily create a restaurant worthy salad at home. With this method, most of the add-ins don’t require prep, so it’s quick and easy to add a ton of…
  • Vegetarian Lettuce Wraps with Honey Garlic Glaze

    Jessa Nowak
    22 Jul 2015 | 11:07 pm
    Vegetarian Lettuce Wraps   Meatless Monday is a godsend, especially after a weekend full of heavier foods. These Asian inspired vegetarian lettuce wraps provide the right amount of carbs to fill you up while remaining super light and tasty. Take a look, you’ll want to be sure to add this one to your recipe box.     Balance Makes Perfect The balance in this dish is what makes it superb. Opposing flavors jive together creating a sweet and savory taste with warm and cool mouth-feel sensations. The tempeh and garbanzo beans provide a meat-like substance without having to…
  • Frozen Snickers Chocolate Bars

    Jessa Nowak
    5 Jul 2015 | 10:11 pm
    Every once in a while, it’s fun to make a sinful dessert. I reserve the right to create delectable treats for special occasions. This past Father’s day, I decided it was time to do something a little different. And so the Frozen Snickers Chocolate Bar recipe was created.  Remember, a healthy, sustainable lifestyle can include any food. ENJOY! Inspiration for these sweet and salty bars came from the recipe developed by Imperial Powdered Sugar found here.    A Great Dessert Varies Texture & Flavor A truly satisfying dessert must have the perfect balance…
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    The Sweet Box - The Sweet Blog

  • Homemade Chocolate and Fresh Mint Ice Cream Cupcakes

    Carrie Louise
    15 Aug 2015 | 9:45 am
    I'm always inspired by other people's creations. When I need an idea of what to bake, I turn to the internet and find something that I can create, alter, or make better. Contests provide a great opportunity to make something that I wouldn't otherwise do. This recipe is my entry into the Cupcake Project's 2015 ice cream cupcake contest! Full rules and details can be found here. I always prefer a much higher ratio of cake to ice cream than most people. And in these days of extreme and over-the-top desserts, I wanted to keep this simple, and classic...something I would actually serve to…
  • The Puff Pancake

    Carrie Louise
    21 Jul 2015 | 7:46 pm
    This is a good recipe to have in your back pocket. It goes by many names. Puff pancake, German pancake, Dutch baby and Yorkshire pudding are among the most common. The pancake can be eaten at breakfast with fruit and maple syrup, or at dinner with meat and gravy. It's simple to throw together on a weekday, and can be doubled, or even tripled. Make these in any type of pan that you desire, from a muffin tin, to a 9x13 casserole dish. It's light and crispy around the puffed up edges, but eggy and firm in the center. A hot oven is key, as well as using plenty of real butter to help it bake…
  • Melty Smore's Dip

    Carrie Louise
    30 Jun 2015 | 6:26 pm
    This dessert doesn't need much of an introduction. It's basically an excuse to eat an entire dish of smore's, without having to keep track of how many actual smore's you've really eaten. They make a nice presentation, they're neater to eat, and can serve a crowd if necessary. Throw the dip together right before you plan to eat it, so the chocolate is perfectly melty and gooey, then dig in! Melty Smore's Dip Recipe By Carrie Louise (adapted from Spend With Pennies) Makes enough for up to 4 people Ingredients: 4 Hershey's Bars 2 tablespoons of any variety of milk 3 cups of mini marshmallows…
  • Healthy Granola

    Carrie Louise
    22 Jun 2015 | 6:49 pm
    Some things are just way easier and cheaper to make at home. Granola is one of those things. You can be snacking on a batch of fresh, crunchy granola, in less time than it takes to run out to the store to buy a box. I like to control the quality of the ingredients, and the amount of each that is used. Store bought granola can be much too sweet, and typically has a lot of fat. Even worse, the sugar and fat comes from unhealthy sources. Use this recipe as a base, then modify it using any type of nuts or seeds that you prefer. Sprinkle it on yogurt, use it for snacking, add it to baked goods…
  • Yellow Birthday Cake with Milk Chocolate Frosting

    Carrie Louise
    18 Jun 2015 | 12:24 pm
    When I'm making a birthday cake for someone, I always offer lots of flavor choices, everything from pistachio to peanut butter, from white chocolate to raspberry, from mocha to coconut, but I almost always get the same request: yellow cake with chocolate frosting. I've made so many of these cakes I could never even begin to count them all. There are various recipes and methods that I use, depending on time and how I want the final cake to turn out, so this one that I'm sharing is very straight forward and can be made quickly and easily, with no fancy steps. The cake is moist and fairly dense,…
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    Omnivore's Cookbook

  • Cantonese Chicken Egg Roll (广式鸡肉春卷)

    Maggie
    3 Sep 2015 | 6:36 pm
    The Cantonese chicken egg roll shows you the beauty of authentic Chinese food. It uses the perfect combination of meat, savory dried foods, colorful veggies, and a well-balanced sauce to release the ultimate umami. I learned this recipe from a famous Hongkongese dim sum chef. This is a must-try if you’re into real Chinese food. If you think an egg roll is a normal food item that we eat on a daily basis in China, you’re very wrong. We call egg rolls “spring rolls” (春卷, chun juan) in China. It’s a festive dish that people cook and enjoy on the eve of Spring Festival (春节, chun…
  • Sweet and Sour Fish

    Maggie
    1 Sep 2015 | 5:00 am
    This recipe features crispy and fluffy fried fish, a very rich sweet and sour sauce that uses only three ingredients, and the right amount of veggies, nuts, and fruits to bring out the best flavor of the fish. This is not a dish for a busy day’s dinner, but rather a delicacy to savor – a feast to enjoy with family and friends. A great tasting sweet and sour fish requires time and effort. You need to slice the fish into thin pieces to create the best texture and mouthfeel. You need to deep fry it in small batches, to get every single piece of fish crispy, fluffy, and heavenly-tasting…
  • Cheesy Kimchi Pancake

    Maggie
    30 Aug 2015 | 6:00 am
    These cheesy kimchi pancakes require minimal prep and only 20 minutes to cook. They also provide a clever way of using up leftovers. Isn’t it a great lunch solution? Kimchi pancakes are one of my favorite breakfast dishes. But lately, I found them a perfect lunch item, too. As long as you have flour, eggs, and kimchi (I always keep a gallon-sized jar of it in my fridge) in your kitchen, you can make these fluffy and appetizing pancakes in minutes. Plus, the pancakes require minimal prep. The only thing you need to chop is leftover meat. If you want to make meatless pancakes, you won’t…
  • Biang Biang Noodles (Chinese Hot Sauce Noodles)

    Maggie
    26 Aug 2015 | 4:32 pm
    Biang Biang noodles show you the power of simplicity. With a spoonful of savory seasoned soy sauce and fresh, nutty hot sauce, the thick and meaty handmade noodles will bring you to foodgasm! Does the name of this dish sound strange enough? Biang Biang noodles is actually a simple spicy noodle dish. The noodles are freshly made and quite wide and thick. The word “biang” is an onomatopoeia – it mimics of the sound made in the process making the noodles, when the dough is pulled and slapped against the working surface. The dish is classified as cuisine of the poor, since it is so…
  • Fresh Homemade Noodles (手擀面)

    Maggie
    24 Aug 2015 | 5:00 am
    Try out these fresh homemade noodles with your favorite noodle sauce – it will bring your noodle experience to a whole new level! Fresh noodles are one of the most important staples in the Chinese household. In large cities, people buy cheap, fresh noodles from the market to fit cooking into their busy days. In smaller cities and rural areas, some families make and serve fresh noodles on a daily basis. You have endless options when deciding what to do with noodles. Make a quick stir-fry to serve with them; cook a hearty sauce to top them with; pour on chili oil and seasoned soy sauce to…
 
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    The Skinny Chick's Cookbook

  • London Street Food Markets – Travel Vlog

    Rachel K. Burke
    25 Aug 2015 | 11:27 am
    Here’s a travel vlog of my favorite street food markets in London: Camden Market, Portobello Road, Borough Market and Southbank. The post London Street Food Markets – Travel Vlog appeared first on The Skinny Chick's Cookbook.
  • London Street Food: Camden, Portobello, Borough & Southbank Markets

    Rachel K. Burke
    25 Aug 2015 | 10:21 am
    Greetings from London! This is my first trip to England and, although I love to blog about the different food trends in other countries, I had no idea what to expect when I arrived here. Now that I’ve been here for 3 weeks, I can say that, the tastiest meals I’ve experienced have been at street markets. This was unknown to me before I arrived, but street markets are extremely common here. So rather than writing about the traditional cider and fish and chips trends here, I decided to put together a list of my favorite street markets in London. And trust me, if you’re a…
  • Fireball Apple Cider

    Rachel K. Burke
    16 Aug 2015 | 2:30 pm
    Being born and raised in Boston, I hated the winters growing up. But ever since moving to California, I find myself more and more missing something I never thought I’d miss… snow! Every year, I make it a habit to plan a winter trip. Sometimes I go back home for Thanksgiving or Christmas, other times I rent a cabin in Big Bear for the weekend. I always make sure to reserve a cabin with a fireplace, because there’s nothing I love more than curling up in front of the fire with a blanket, a book, and a warm drink. After toying around with many spiked cocoas, hot toddys and…
  • Grilled Caprese Sandwich

    Rachel K. Burke
    15 Aug 2015 | 3:26 pm
    So here’s the thing with my grilled caprese sandwich recipe… I use spinach leaves instead of basil. To me, spinach tastes wayyy better, not to mention all the healthy goodness in spinach leaves. However, if you’re a basil lover, please feel free to use basil instead of spinach. (I also grill both sides of the bread, the outside and the inside, but I’ve noticed some recipes don’t do that.) Either way, mozzarella + tomato = WIN. Such a great combo. My friends made two trays of mini capreses (cherry tomatoes, basil and mini mozzarella balls on toothpicks) for a…
  • Cucumber Melon Margarita

    Rachel K. Burke
    12 Aug 2015 | 9:43 am
    My favorite tapas restaurant in Los Angeles, Red O, has a fantastic drink menu, and their cucumber melon margarita was always my favorite. Unfortunately, they revised their menu, and my favorite drink is no longer on it Thus, I now have no choice but to make my own. These margaritas don’t contain any refined sugar, as they’re naturally sweetened with honeydew melon, and I add a dash of agave nectar for extra flavor. I’m pretty picky when it comes to margaritas, and sugary mixers tend to be too sweet for me, so these are perfect. (And if you’re not too strict on sugar…
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    Gluten Free Method

  • Mango & Pineapple Parfait (vegan, paleo, & gluten free)

    Tima
    3 Sep 2015 | 4:44 pm
      My birthday was last month and the whole family came over for dinner.  I have a rule I follow which states that I do not bake my own birthday cake.  It’s the principle of it really.  It’s my birthday, bring me a cake people!  My mom sweetly volunteered to make my cake, but crazy me just couldn’t not make a dessert of any sort since everyone was coming to our place.  I had to make something! I also had those who are vegan and lactose intolerant in mind because I was pretty sure that my mother’s lovely cake would contain both.  We had a bunch of mangoes in…
  • One Bowl Paleo Brownies (gluten free & paleo)

    Tima
    14 Aug 2015 | 10:40 am
    Last week was a little rough in the emotional department.  I’ll spare you the sappy details but lets say that it warranted some chocolate therapy.  There’s a cupcake shop not far from me that makes a red velvet GF cupcake.  The thought of running over there and picking up a cupcake kept crossing my mind!  Then I thought about all the sugar and frosting, and it made me change my mind. I made a lifestyle change a few months back, and I’ve had sugar maybe 3 times since.  Honey, maple syrup, and coconut sugar are okay, but that’s about it.  My taste buds have…
  • Thai Basil Curry (gluten free, dairy free, & paleo, with a vegan option)

    Tima
    3 Aug 2015 | 10:52 pm
      At our last place there was a Thai restaurant right down the street that had the best Green Curry.  It was incredibly convenient because they delivered and if we had last minute guests we would just order and have it delivered to the house. The girls loved their chicken satay and the hubs and I would order the green curry at least a couple of times a month.  It was such a great take-out spot for those lazy Friday nights.  Since we moved two years ago, I haven’t been able to find a Thai place that we really like so I started making Thai Curry at home whenever I get a craving…
  • Coconut Mocha Cream Pops (paleo, vegan, & gluten free)

    Tima
    23 Jul 2015 | 12:47 pm
    Summer days are here again, and there is nothing better than an ice cold treat on a hot summer day!  My girls have been enjoying their ice cream while I just stare and drool.  Now let me explain why I’m not eating spoonfuls of ice cream and sharing in the brain freezes with them. My doctor told me a few months ago that I need to intake more protein and that my cholesterol was a tad high. That caught me off guard, since I don’t really eat anything high in fat.  Well, other than cheese.  I’m basically a mouse, so I decided that must be what’s causing it.  I have…
  • Tangy Chicken Tacos (paleo & gluten free)

    Tima
    2 Jul 2015 | 4:26 pm
    Its funny how cooking is sometimes like a science experiment.  You add a little bit of this and a little of that, then wait to see if its amazing or blows up in your face.  There were many experiments that took place in our kitchen before I got a handle on the spices and ingredients that I now use on a daily basis.  We live in such an international world though, that I’m always finding new and unfamiliar ingredients that I want to play with and the experiments begin again.  I never thought food would be my thing, but it is.  I love happy faces after a good meal, I love cooking and…
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    Joann's Food For Thought

  • Curry Chicken

    Joann
    31 Aug 2015 | 6:00 pm
    This curry chicken recipe is one of the first recipes I created. It is very simple to make, uses a few ingredients and can be cooked in one pot. How easy is that? Who would have thought after all these years I would still be making it? Oh and you may want to light some scented candles after making this if you don’t want your house smelling like curry for the next few days. This recipe makes 6-8 servings. INGREDIENTS: 1/3 cup vegetable oil 3 chicken breasts cut into bite sized pieces 2 tablespoons yellow curry powder (your choice of mild or spicy hot) 1 large carrot, cut into quarter or…
  • The Creative Blogger Award

    Joann
    29 Aug 2015 | 7:09 pm
    Oh my! Another award nomination. I always feel surprised and honored when I get an award nomination. My little blog was created just to share some of my recipes with a few family and friends. I never expected anyone to even follow it. Needless to say, my blog has been received ever so kindly into the blogger community. To receive an award nomination from another blogger gives me affirmation that I must be doing something right. So I would like to thank Gail from snapshotsincursive for nominating me for a Creative Blogger Award. Gail’s blog, snapshotsincursive caught my eye with her…
  • Lemon Blueberry Mini Loaves

    Joann
    27 Aug 2015 | 7:34 pm
    I’m really loving my mini loaf pans lately. They make cute little loaves and I don’t feel so guilty when I have a second serving. Plus, if I make mini loaves my mom knows she’s going to get at least one. For this recipe I used plain yogurt because I heard it would keep the cake moist. Boy, were they right. INGREDIENTS: 1 cup plain yogurt 1 cup sugar; plus additional 1 tablespoon for lemon syrup 3 large eggs 2 teaspoons grated lemon zest (about 2 lemons) 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract 1/2 cup vegetable oil 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour; plus additional 2 tablespoons for…
  • Mexican Casserole

    Joann
    22 Aug 2015 | 9:54 pm
    Ever have one of those days when you just don’t know what to make for dinner?  To be honest, I’ve had more than one of those days. I find myself gazing into my cupboard waiting for some magic cupboard elves in there to pop out and say, “Here make this.”  Instead I take inventory to see what I have and I find I have almost all the ingredients to make a tamale pie. Almost being the operative word. So instead, I decided to compromise and this recipe was born. I’m calling it a Mexican casserole for lack of a better name. (Almost tamale pie? Nah…) INGREDIENTS:…
  • Creamy Bow Tie Pasta with Spinach and Bacon (Farfalle Spinaci)

    Joann
    17 Aug 2015 | 9:37 pm
    How does bow tie pasta in a garlic cream sauce with spinach, bacon bits, caramelized onions and red bell peppers sound? It sounded good to my stomach. I know you’re thinking I’m trying to fatten us up by eating pasta, bacon and cream sauce in one dish. But I’m going to let you in on a little secret. There is no cream in this recipe. Instead I used two ears of sweet corn and chicken stock to make this creamy sauce. And I’m going to show you how easy it was. INGREDIENTS: 6 ounces uncooked bow tie (farfalle) pasta; about 1/2 a box. 2 ears of corn 2 cups of chicken stock…
 
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    My Indian Taste

  • Baingan bharta recipe – Smoky spiced mashed eggplant

    Irina
    3 Sep 2015 | 9:03 am
      Baingan Bharta – smoky and spicy mashed eggplant – is one of my favorite Indian style eggplant recipe. Roasted eggplant cooked in onion and tomato sauce and seasoned with aromatic Indian spices. Roasting the eggplant on charcoal, in the oven or directly over the flame on a gas stove … The post Baingan bharta recipe – Smoky spiced mashed eggplant appeared first on My Indian Taste.
  • Chicken almond korma recipe – Chicken cooked in a spicy almond, tomatoes and coconut gravy

    Irina
    29 Aug 2015 | 1:57 pm
      I love the recipes that are using cashew nut or almond based tomato gravy to bring in the rich texture and a divine taste. And cashew nuts or almonds with chicken is just irresistible! Korma or kurma is typically a dish with yogurt, cream, nuts paste or a coconut … The post Chicken almond korma recipe – Chicken cooked in a spicy almond, tomatoes and coconut gravy appeared first on My Indian Taste.
  • Indian style cauliflower rice recipe – Gobi rice recipe

    Irina
    27 Aug 2015 | 3:18 am
    No, it’s not cauliflower with rice but just cauliflower kind of looking like rice (or like couscous). It doesn’t taste like rice either, but still it tastes delicious. Whenever I want to reduce the carbs, this cauliflower “rice” is a healthy alternative to rice and goes perfectly with curry and … The post Indian style cauliflower rice recipe – Gobi rice recipe appeared first on My Indian Taste.
  • Bhindi masala gravy – Fried okra in a spicy tomato sauce

    Irina
    23 Aug 2015 | 12:46 am
      Okra also known as okro, ladies’ fingers, bhindi in India, bamia or bameeyah, has many nutritional benefits, its high in Vitamin C, low in calories, high in vitamin K and folate. It is excellent sautéed, fried or with sauce. Some people don’t like okra, because of its slimy texture when cut. … The post Bhindi masala gravy – Fried okra in a spicy tomato sauce appeared first on My Indian Taste.
  • Tamarind king fish curry – king fish (surmai) in tamarind sauce

    Irina
    20 Aug 2015 | 7:31 am
      I’ve been meaning to share this tamarind king fish curry recipe for a while now. Since my husband recently bought some fresh king fish, yesterday I decided to make this tamarind curry and finally share it with you. A good fish curry next to a bowl of steamed rice has become … The post Tamarind king fish curry – king fish (surmai) in tamarind sauce appeared first on My Indian Taste.
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  • Key Lime Cheesecake with Graham Cracker & Almond Crust

    Remington Reed
    3 Sep 2015 | 8:37 am
    This is not the first time I have made this recipe. This is, however, the best time I have made this recipe. Why? Because I made changes, additions, and actually remembered them this time. Isn’t that neat when that happens?I seeeerrrrusly LOVE cheesecake. Alls my life, I’ve been lovin' cheesecake. And this is definitely one of the best. And you know how hard it is to make a beautiful, crack-free cheesecake? And I’m not talking about the fun kind of crack. I actually mean the literal crack that forms along the top of the “filling” when it is done baking. That’s not a cute…
  • Roasted Red Potatoes

    Remington Reed
    31 Aug 2015 | 12:09 pm
    Guys, I’m about to revolutionize your life. Why? Because I have YET ANOTHER amazing recipe that will make EVERYTHING in your life easier for you. Except all real-life problems. Like, if you have a lasting issue with bad hair or like, maybe you trip a lot in everyday situations…this recipe probably won’t fix that.But if you have an issue where you tend to serve really bland, boring potatoes to your loved ones like….this is totally going to fix that issue so good!Seriously, I’ve been excited to post this recipe because a.) I am a huge nerd with no hobbies or friends and b.) This is my…
  • Bacon-Sage Burgers

    Remington Reed
    20 Jul 2015 | 12:38 pm
    This is not a first-time recipe.Let that sink in.You know why that is of utmost importance? Because this recipe is tried and true. And it is as delicious as having your office phone forwarded to someone else on a Monday morning.Monday’s are the worst.However, I love bacon on a burger. But you know what’s even better than that? I’ll tell you: Bacon IN a burger. This recipe combines literally everything you could ever wish for in a southern-style burger, with a little twist of elegance. If fresh mozzarella counts as elegance. And it does.  I hope you try it and…
  • Lime Vodka Press

    Remington Reed
    15 Jul 2015 | 1:23 pm
    It is really no secret how much I love a good refreshment. Especially during the summer, when my pits are all….normal and not weird or unattractive. Cause anything different would be weird, right?Well, this is a newer beverage I’ve discovered recently (thanks to such caring friends) and I’ve really just decided that the world needs to know about it.Vodka Press is delicious and does not take any fancy prep work or large biceps. Thank the lawd. Lime Vodka Press1 oz. VodkaSpriteSoda Water½ LimeThis is almost too simple to type. Like, seriously. Like, even if you’re sporting a “messy…
  • Guinness Infused Bratwurst

    Remington Reed
    14 Jul 2015 | 11:26 am
    So, remember that thing about how sometimes I like really classy, “elitist” food and then other times, I really like trashy, guilty pleasure food exactly like majority of the rest of the population of the world does?Well, guess which one of those this recipe falls under…. Or don’t. Keep your tacky thoughts to yourself.Sometimes dudes just need to do dude stuff and we don’t need anyone’s judgment. We just need your carbs.A few years ago, we went to a Denver Broncos game (pretty standard thing for my life, nothing new). And before this particular day, I never really found…
 
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    Recipe Treasure

  • Oven-Baked Potato Wedges

    ruchi
    4 Sep 2015 | 1:10 pm
    Potato wedges are a rage nowadays and Sheena, my daughter, being a hard-core potato lover, got hooked to it in no time. Tasty nevertheless, I was a bit concerned about serving her fried, oily food. Hence, I looked up the recipe online and came across this healthier version which ditches any deep-frying altogether. The potato […] (Read more.....) Read Oven-Baked Potato Wedges post at Recipe Treasure
  • Sweet Lassi (Sweet Yogurt Drink)

    ruchi
    25 Aug 2015 | 8:20 am
    Scorched by the summer heat? Grab a large glass of sweet lassi (sweet yogurt drink), sip and beat the heat-Indian style! This creamy yogurt, slightly sweet drink is a jewel among my Indian drink collection and never fails to please its takers. Its striking contrast of sweet and tangy flavors rejuvenates the most jaded soul […] (Read more.....) Read Sweet Lassi (Sweet Yogurt Drink) post at Recipe Treasure
  • Bhel Puri Recipe, How to Make Bhel Puri

    ruchi
    18 Aug 2015 | 6:00 am
    An iconic snack of India and a very popular chaat or street food – Bhel Puri is a flavor cocktail! The combination of papdi, crunchy puffed rice, sev, onion, tomato, potato, spicy seasonings, sweet tamarind and tangy chutney creates a tongue-tickling blend of flavors that keeps you hooked till the end. A cinch to make, it’s […] (Read more.....) Read Bhel Puri Recipe, How to Make Bhel Puri post at Recipe Treasure
  • Papaya Smoothie Recipe

    ruchi
    8 Aug 2015 | 6:00 am
    Does last night’s sumptuous dinner left you full next morning? Sip on Papaya smoothie and de-bloat! The papain enzyme in papaya does the trick by boosting digestion while its antioxidants keep the cancer-causing free radicals at bay. The musky flavor of papaya is an added bonus and will surely brighten up the day. I replaced […] (Read more.....) Read Papaya Smoothie Recipe post at Recipe Treasure
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  • Green chilli curry recipe

    efood
    26 Aug 2015 | 4:23 am
    Green chili curry recipe is a very popular curry made with green chilli (hari mirch). A popular green chilli curry recipe served as a side dish with rice or biriyani . Ingredients for green chilli curry recipe Green chilies – 20 piece cumin seeds-1/4 tsp Mustard (sarso) seeds-1/4 tea spoon Vegetable oil-4 table spoon Turmeric powder (haldi)-1/2 tea spoon Salt-as required Aamchoor powder-1/2 tsp Spices to paste Onion (payaz), sliced-1 medium Garlic (lahsan), chopped-1 tea spoon Ginger, mustard and garlic paste – 2 tsp chopped tomato – 1/2 cup How to make green chili curry…
  • Goan egg fried rice

    efood
    22 Aug 2015 | 12:11 pm
    Goan egg fried rice The Indian state of Goa is one of the most interesting regions in India. Goan food is often notable for its spiciness .Goan egg fried rice is one of them . Ingredients Basmati Rice  —   2 cups Water                        —   4 cups Any cooking oil    —   1 tbsp Salt                             —   to Taste Ginger                       —   1 tbsp, finely chopped Garlic                        —   1 tbsp, finely chopped…
  • Aata Halwa | Wheat Flour Halwa

    efood
    19 Aug 2015 | 6:25 am
    Aate ka halwa or wheat flour halwa is probably one of the easiest dessert you can prepare with minimum ingredients. Yes, it only require wheat flour, sugar and ghee and spoon full of dry fruits. That is all you need to present a wholesome and nutritious sweet. Especially kids love this aate ka halwa as it is loaded with goodness of wheat, ghee and dry fruits. Ingredients for Aata halwa : Wheat flour /aata 1/2 cup Cardamom powder 1/4 tsp Sugar 1/4 cup Hot water 1.5 cups Ghee 3 tbsp Salt one pinch Almond, pistachio slices 1 tbsp How to make wheat flour halwa : Heat non stick pan. Add aata…
  • Potato masala | Simple and easy

    efood
    19 Aug 2015 | 6:03 am
      Ingredients : Potatoes – 250 gms Onions – 250 gms Green chillies – 4 long chopped in middle Cashew Nuts – 5 whole Curry leaves – 5-8 leaves Mustard Seeds – 1/4 tsp Salt to taste Oil – 2 tsp Turmeric a pinch Water – 1/2 cup How to make potato masala : Wash and cut the potatoes to half. When you are pressure cooking Potatoes, its always best if you chop them in middle and cook. This way it gets cooked fast. Once its done, peel the skin and roughly mash them. You will have small to big chunks of pieces. Chop onions as juliennes. Heat a pan with…
  • Lotus seed pods

    efood
    24 Jul 2015 | 6:41 am
    LOTUS SEED PODS | LOTUS HEAD PODS | KAMAL KAKDI FLOWER SEEDS | RECIPE OF KAMAL KAKDI FLOWER Lotus seed pods, lotus head which contain fresh lotus seeds (aka. lotus nuts) inside.  Lotus seeds is gathered in lotus stem flower . lotus stem is called kamal kakdi in Hindi.Mostly these lotus seed pods get shelled, dried, and eaten as snacks. Lotus seeds are utilized as a part of Chinese recipes. Lotus seeds are utilized as a part of numerous Chinese soups and pastries. They are sweet-tasting and are a decent wellspring of protein. Benefits – Lotus seeds are cooling and can…
 
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    Molli

  • Mexican Pickled Jalapenos recipe

    Molli
    4 Sep 2015 | 9:33 am
    Prep time: 10 mins / Cook time: 20 mins Ingredients 25 jalapeno chiles, sliced in rounds 3 medium carrots, peeled and sliced in rounds 1 medium white onion, cut in 1/2″ dices 6 garlic cloves, peeled 1 tsp black pepper corns 1 tsp dried oregano 1 tsp dried thyme 4 bay leaves 2 1/2 cups...  Read More » The post Mexican Pickled Jalapenos recipe appeared first on Molli.
  • Mexican Recipes for a Perfect Labor Day Weekend

    Molli
    31 Aug 2015 | 9:26 am
    Buenos dias. It is hard to believe that summer is almost over. Let’s try to hold on to that summery feeling all Labor Day Weekend long. Which means Grilled Mexican Elotes for dinner tonight (above), and a Tangy and Spicy Shrimp with Pineapple stir fry. Let’s start Saturday off right with these delicious Breakfast Entomatadas,...  Read More » The post Mexican Recipes for a Perfect Labor Day Weekend appeared first on Molli.
  • Portobello fajitas in red chile marinade recipe

    Molli
    27 Aug 2015 | 7:32 am
    Servings: 4 / Prep time: 5 mins / Marinate: 30 mins / Cook time: 12 mins Ingredients 1/4 cup balsamic vinegar 1/4 cup olive oil ½ jar Mölli Acapulco Marinade 1 medium clove garlic, minced 1 teaspoon Kosher salt 4 portobello mushrooms, stems removed, thinly sliced 1 onion, halved and thinly sliced 1 tbsp olive...  Read More » The post Portobello fajitas in red chile marinade recipe appeared first on Molli.
  • Tangy and Spicy Shrimp with Pineapple recipe

    Molli
    19 Aug 2015 | 8:15 am
    Servings: 4 / Prep time: 5 mins / Cook time: 9 mins Ingredients 2 tbsp Olive oil 24 Raw shrimp, peeled 5 tbsp Culiacan Chamoy sauce 1/3 pineapple, diced Directions Sauté pineapple in hot oil in skillet 5 minutes or until browned. Add shrimp and sauté 2 minutes or until shrimp are lightly browned. Season...  Read More » The post Tangy and Spicy Shrimp with Pineapple recipe appeared first on Molli.
  • Try a New Mexican Recipe this Week: 7 Great Ideas

    Molli
    18 Aug 2015 | 1:54 pm
    With kids going back to school and everyone returning to their regular schedules, it is great time to get our cooking back on track. More to the point, Good Local Farmers’ Market is still an abundant paradise of cucumbers, tomatoes, onions, grass fed meats and greens galore. This normalcy is the perfect moment to try a...  Read More » The post Try a New Mexican Recipe this Week: 7 Great Ideas appeared first on Molli.
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  • Vegetable Frittata with Avocado

    Sarah, Maison Cupcake
    4 Sep 2015 | 8:58 am
    Vegetable frittata is a super easy recipe to use up bits and pieces in the fridge. Post sponsored by British Lion Eggs. You say frittato, I say frittata.[Read it now!]--> Vegetable Frittata with Avocado
  • Chilli Mussels with Pennoni Pasta Recipe

    Sarah, Maison Cupcake
    13 Aug 2015 | 9:00 am
    These chilli mussels with giant pennoni pasta are ready in around 25 minutes. An easy Mediterranean holiday recipe based on a version by Jo Pratt for James Villas. Although my grandmother made some amusing clangers with foreign pronunciation, actually she was somewhat ahead of her time referring to her favourite pasta as “penne” rather than mere pasta.[Read it now!]--> Chilli Mussels with Pennoni Pasta Recipe
  • Staub cocotte tomato couscous

    Sarah, Maison Cupcake
    4 Aug 2015 | 3:48 pm
    This red Staub cocotte makes the perfect serving dish for this easy tomato couscous and a great centrepiece for the table. Staub and Zwilling were not names I’d come across before so when I heard they were a new global kitchenware brand launching in the UK I was curious to learn more. The company invited me to a launch event in July and offered me this colourful tomato cocotte Dutch oven to try out.[Read it now!]--> Staub cocotte tomato couscous
  • Pizza Muffins with Black Olives

    Sarah, Maison Cupcake
    28 Jul 2015 | 4:14 pm
    Make these tasty pizza muffins with savoury flavours in under 35 minutes. This is an easy recipe you can bake with kids for snacks or packed lunches. When is a pizza not a pizza?[Read it now!]--> Pizza Muffins with Black Olives
  • Garlic mushroom couscous with hazelnuts

    Sarah, Maison Cupcake
    19 Jul 2015 | 3:30 pm
    An easy mushroom couscous dish you can make in under thirty minutes to batch cook for parties, family meals or the freezer. This version is made using a Redmond Multicooker. Couscous is not a dish I grew up with yet once tried I was determined to cook it myself and delighted how simple it was to do so.[Read it now!]--> Garlic mushroom couscous with hazelnuts
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  • Super Loaded Nachos

    Steph
    3 Sep 2015 | 8:00 am
      These are not your fast food loaded nachos, oh no. These are some fully loaded all out real food nachos with PIZZAZ! I was inspired to make these by my Bountiful Baskets excursion when I was stuck with a bag of ‘mystery peppers’ and no idea what to make with them. Necessity is the... Read More » The post Super Loaded Nachos appeared first on Mom's Food Blog.
  • Pico De Gallo Salsa

    Steph
    31 Aug 2015 | 6:01 am
      One of my all time favorite snacks is Tostitos Tortilla Chips, Hint of Lime, 13 Oz (affiliate link) and my own Pico De Gallo. It’s my go to when I want fresh and crunchy all at once so I usually try to have some made in the fridge, besides which, it’s amazing on burrito’s... Read More » The post Pico De Gallo Salsa appeared first on Mom's Food Blog.
  • 10 (more) Things You Didn’t Know About Me

    Steph
    28 Aug 2015 | 4:02 pm
      So I was tagged in another one of these but with completely different questions than the 11 Things About Me post, this time by Becky at Educating Roversi (shout out!) so I thought, why not. In between posts about food and things this is a fun diversion, let’s dive in! If you could only... Read More » The post 10 (more) Things You Didn’t Know About Me appeared first on Mom's Food Blog.
  • Simple Crab Salad

    Steph
    27 Aug 2015 | 8:00 am
      This simple crab salad is perfect for pregnant ladies like myself! I’ll explain. I’ve been reading this amazing book – Brain Rules for Baby (Updated and Expanded): How to Raise a Smart and Happy Child from Zero to Five (affiliate link) because even on baby number 4 I know I have a lot to learn... Read More » The post Simple Crab Salad appeared first on Mom's Food Blog.
  • Citrus Lane – August 2015 Review

    Steph
    24 Aug 2015 | 8:00 am
      I’ll start out by saying I am not affiliated with Citrus Lane, but I would love to be. I think this company is fantastic, I’ve had nothing but good experiences with them and they have sent some of the toys that my little guy plays with the most. I’d much rather pay for their... Read More » The post Citrus Lane – August 2015 Review appeared first on Mom's Food Blog.
 
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    The British Menu

  • Spiced Indian corn

    Adam Garratt
    2 Sep 2015 | 11:03 am
    When I was a kid – and still now to be honest – I used to be a bit of a scrump; laying my hands on a few sneaky plums from a stray branch, hanging over someones fence. A bit of rhubarb from some allotment I happened across, the cherry trees that lined the road opposite my grandparents cottage in Broughton astley and, not to mention, those few ears of corn that would find their way in to a carrier bag on the way past a farm. Ahh, those halcyon days spent stuffing ones face with contraband, feeling that in some way you have just gotten away with murder rather than just nicking a few…
  • Dear Las iguanas, stop stealing servers tips

    Adam Garratt
    31 Aug 2015 | 1:14 pm
    Image credit @ Jayp9426 It doesn’t take a lot to make me annoyed really, the slights of every day occurrences can set me off, plundering me in to a rant fuelled tirade that is only pacified when I have offloaded on to someone else. Usually it’s about the injustice of seeing someone spit on the floor, having bad hygiene or god forbid a person smiling at me (I’m British you know). However it really takes a lot -and I mean a lot – to infuriate me. There is a corner of my mind that is reserved only for pure un-adulterated rage. It is rarely manifested but, the latest…
  • Guest post: Look and cook app

    Adam Garratt
    19 Aug 2015 | 11:14 am
    Look & Cook – a home cook’s personal sous chef A lot of food experts say the same thing: cook with your heart and you can never go wrong. While it connotes something positive, it can be a dangerous statement especially to those who are just starting out. Cooking is both a science and an art, after all, and one cannot exist without the other. While it’s true that “anyone can cook,” not everyone can cook properly. Thankfully, there are apps out there that were developed for people who want to learn how to cook properly and professionally. Not so long ago, smartphones were only…
  • Super crunchy, buttermilk fried chicken

    Adam Garratt
    7 Aug 2015 | 2:20 pm
    That ubiquitous sound of teeth shatteringly good fried chicken has to be one of the best sensations anyone can feel in their mouth. That sounds a bit rude actually doesn’t it? Oh well. Here we are, the human race. A species that’s evolved through millions of years of struggle, survival and natural selection. A species honed towards its surroundings, that’s managed to advance itself so far up the food chain, we have become the dominant species on this little planet called earth. Haven’t we done jolly well? Its funny though, no matter how brilliant we might think we are,…
  • Tartiflette. The filthy, cheesy hussy, I just can’t get enough of

    Adam Garratt
    13 Jul 2015 | 11:23 am
    I have always been amazed at how so many different cheeses can be produced from just some cow juice. Red Leicester, Stilton, Brie, spanish manchego, taleggio or even the controversial mimolette. Cheese; I just don’t know what I’d do without you. I was pottering around the continental market that was in the city last week and – as I always do – I tried to sniff out the stinky french cheese stall that normally graces the market but alas, it just wasnt there. I felt quite downtrodden at this point because, that stall was my only sure-fire way of getting hold of one of my…
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  • Healthy Banana Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

    loveyourselfloveyourfood
    4 Sep 2015 | 4:12 am
    NO refined sugar, NO eggs, NO dairy 2 medium ripe bananas mashed 1 cup oat flour (see Note) 1/2 tsp aluminum free baking powder 1/4 tsp baking soda 1/4 tsp cinnamon 1 Tbs coconut oil 1 Tbs maple syrup (optional) Pinch of salt 1/3 cup raisins Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Add all ingredients to a bowl and mix until well incorporated. Using a small ice-cream scoop, drop onto a baking sheet lined with parchment paper or a silicone mat. Flatten each cookie slightly. Add 3-4 raisins in the middle; press down for the raisins to stick to the cookie. Bake for 10 – 12 minutes until lightly golden…
  • Allspice Fig Jam

    loveyourselfloveyourfood
    1 Sep 2015 | 7:09 pm
    Yield: about two 1/2 pint wide mouth mason jars 1 ½ lbs. ripe figs cut into pieces 1/3 cup honey 1/4 tsp ground allspice Fresh lemon juice from 1 lemon Add all ingredients to a pot. Bring to a boil and simmer on low heat for 45 minutes (up to 1 hour) stirring occasionally. Refrigerate in mason jars for up to 2 weeks. Andrada & AnaFiled under: Jams Tagged: all spice, fall, figs, healthy, honey, jam, lemon, no refined sugar
  • Meatless Navy Bean Soup

    loveyourselfloveyourfood
    30 Aug 2015 | 6:28 pm
    1 1/2 cup dry navy beans (see Note) 1/2 green bell pepper chopped 1 medium carrot chopped 1/2 white onion chopped 1/2 parsnip chopped 2 Tbs tomato paste 3 Qt. water 2 cups vegetable broth 1 Tbs fresh tarragon chopped Salt and ground pepper to taste Note: Soak beans overnight. Rinse and add to a pot. Cover with cold water, bring to a boil. Strain, add back to the pot and cover with cold water again. Bring to a boil and simmer for 50 minutes. Turn off the heat and set aside. Add water and vegetable broth to a soup pot. Bring to a boil. Add the onion, carrots, parsnip, and green pepper. Cover…
  • Blueberry Lemon Overnight Oats

    loveyourselfloveyourfood
    26 Aug 2015 | 4:15 pm
    Serving: 1 NO dairy, NO sugar added 1/2 cup rolled oats 2 Tbs milled flax seed 1 Tbs unsweetened apple sauce 1/2 cup almond/coconut milk 1/4 tsp pure lemon extract Topping – fresh/frozen blueberries/raspberries or fruit of your choice 1 half a pint mason jar Combine oats, milled flax seed, applesauce and half of the milk (1/4 cup) in the mason jar. Stir well; add the lemon extract and the rest of the milk (the other 1/4 cup). Stir well again. Seal the jar with the lid and refrigerate overnight. Top with fresh fruit before serving. Note – More milk can be added for liquidy oatmeal. Andrada…
  • Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Chip Cookies

    loveyourselfloveyourfood
    24 Aug 2015 | 2:37 pm
    1 1/2 cup oat flour (see Notes) or 1 cup white whole wheat flour 1 egg 1 tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp baking soda 1/2 cup pumpkin puree 1/4 cup raw sugar or coconut sugar 1/4 tsp ground cinnamon 1/2 tsp ground allspice 1 Tbs coconut oil 1/2 cup mini chocolate chips Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. In a medium size bowl, combine flour, egg, baking powder, baking soda, pumpkin puree, sugar, and spices. Mix well and add the coconut oil and chocolate chips. Mix again until all ingredients are incorporated. Scoop around 1 tablespoon on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper or silicone mat (leave…
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  • Caprese Pasta Salad

    Joy
    4 Sep 2015 | 7:04 am
    Caprese Pasta Salad – a delicious pasta salad with fresh tomatoes, basil and mozzarella cheese, perfect for the lunchbox, picnics or your next barbeque, this Labor Day weekend or any time. Caprese salad — the classic combination of tomatoes, basil... The post Caprese Pasta Salad appeared first on Joy Love Food.
  • Sweet Potato Zucchini Bread

    Joy
    31 Aug 2015 | 7:24 pm
    The flavors of late summer and early fall come together beautifully in this deliciously fragrant Sweet Potato Zucchini Bread. After a string of gorgeous summer days at our lake house in Grand Isle, Vermont, last Thursday, a cold front moved... The post Sweet Potato Zucchini Bread appeared first on Joy Love Food.
  • What’d You Do This Weekend? #32

    Joy
    31 Aug 2015 | 12:00 am
    Hi everyone, welcome to What’d You Do This Weekend? I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend! Welcome to the party! Thanks for stopping by. I can’t wait to see what you have to share this week. Please link up your... The post What’d You Do This Weekend? #32 appeared first on Joy Love Food.
  • Peach Banana Chia Seed Smoothies

    Joy
    29 Aug 2015 | 2:07 pm
    Creamy and refreshing, these delicious Peach Banana Chia Seed Smoothies are perfect for a healthy breakfast or snack anytime. I love using chia seeds in smoothies and have shared a couple of my favorites here including my Strawberry Banana Chia... The post Peach Banana Chia Seed Smoothies appeared first on Joy Love Food.
  • Tomato Corn and Black Bean Salad

    Joy
    25 Aug 2015 | 4:58 pm
    Tomato Corn and Black Bean Salad – easy preparation with simple, fresh ingredients makes for a delicious salad, perfect for summer barbeques or a healthy meal anytime. August is almost at its end but summer is still in full swing... The post Tomato Corn and Black Bean Salad appeared first on Joy Love Food.
 
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  • College Care Package Recipe – Easy Lemon Blueberry Muffins

    admin
    28 Aug 2015 | 6:08 pm
    Yes, more muffins for my daughters college care package! My daughter was a little nervous going through sorority rush for the first time as an active, so I went overboard baking for her college care package. I started with banana muffins, found chocolate chips, so I put those in.  Then, the blueberries and lemons got my attention, so I went for it. Hopefully, a little something sweet from home will keep her smiling and ready for the next party. Easy Lemon Blueberry Muffins   Author: Chef Leslie Guria www.freshfromyourkitchen.com Prep time:  10 mins Cook time:  25 mins…
  • College Care Package Recipe – Simple Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins

    admin
    27 Aug 2015 | 12:25 pm
    Add a little something sweet to your kids college care package! Knowing what to include in the care packages I send to my daughter at college can be a little confusing. What I do know is that she likes when I include something I’ve baked along with the list of indispensable items she forgot at home. So for this years first care package I’ve included a batch of Simple Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins. They’re the perfect treat to bridge the gap between “I miss home” and “I’m so glad not to be at home.” Simple Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins  …
  • Luscious Lemon Bars

    admin
    23 Aug 2015 | 1:35 pm
    A tried and true lemon bar recipe that perfect for the food processor! I’ve simplified my tried and true lemon bar recipe making it an ideas dessert to make with a food processor. It’s a great recipe for food processor newbies because it only has two steps and both involve basic food processor skills. And…they’re delicious!   Luscious Lemon Bars   Author: Chef Leslie Guria, www.freshfromyourkitchen.com Prep time:  10 mins Cook time:  45 mins Total time:  55 mins Save Print Ingredients 2 cups all-purpose flour 1 cup confectioners' sugar, plus…
  • Easy Pasta Recipe – Spinach Fettuccine with Fresh Tomato Basil Sauce

    admin
    19 Aug 2015 | 9:35 pm
    This easy pasta recipe is a go-to family favorite! I’ve been making Spinach Fettuccine with Fresh Tomato Basil Sauce, an easy, fast, healthy yet hearty recipe for family & friends forever. It’s so,ple enough for a quick dinner and robust enough to serve to friends. Use only fresh tomatoes and basil since canned and dried don’t translate well. To amp up the protein, you can always add some feta cheese, sautéed shrimp or chicken. If you’re skipping pasta, just serve the sauce over fish or chicken. And, if you’re lucky enough to have left overs, it’s not…
  • Simple Healthy Szechuan Chicken & Shrimp Stir-Fry Recipe

    admin
    14 Aug 2015 | 8:13 am
    This is by far my favorite healthy chicken & shrimp stir-fry recipe! It’s quick and simple with flavorful ingredients that give it a real punch. Better yet, it’s flexible. Don’t like shrimp or chicken, leave it out. Spicy food isn’t for you, leave it out or use less chili paste. Add veggies if you want to bulk it up. It’s a dairy free as is, but can be made gluten free, peanut free or soy free by switching out an ingredient or two. Simple Healthy Szechuan Chicken & Shrimp Stir-Fry Recipe   Author: Chef Leslie Guria, www.freshfromyourkitchen.com…
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  • get tomato mozzarella salad recipe

    Yamna Oumadi
    1 Sep 2015 | 4:53 pm
     tomato mozzarella salad recipe        today we will begin our series of salads recipe by tomato mozzarella salad recipe    if you prepare and eat this type of recipes you can lose weight ( if you are fat!!!!)  and get a good health in your life ; its easy in prepare everyone can do it you can get it in the link bellow , be fan in our website and explore our unique recipes : get here 
  • tomato mozzarella salad recipe

    Yamna Oumadi
    1 Sep 2015 | 4:41 pm
    Tomato Mozzarella Salad Recipe                 Hi and welcome in our website The Restaurant Boss  , we happy to begin this month by our great healthy recipe tomato mozzarella salad , and  we will write 6 recipe in this week with  a difference of 5 days between each recipe , and to stay contact with we this our page in Facebook  recipes and foods        today we will prepare tomato mozzarella salad recipe,lest go ;ingredients: tomato mozzarella salad recipe  2 tomatoes or 16 small…
  • recipe for glass nickel pizza

    Yamna Oumadi
    23 Aug 2015 | 3:30 pm
    recipe for glass nickel pizza Hi every body ; everybody like eat pizza but not all know how to make pizza ;if you are one of them ; you can get the recipe of our glass nickel pizza bellow ; and be fun in our blogget recipe pizzahere
  • get Spaghetti with meat

    Yamna Oumadi
    22 Aug 2015 | 5:18 am
    Spaghetti with meatthe spaghetti with meat our principal dish in our restaurant ;and for this we shared with you the recipe of it for prepare in your kitchen for your family or your friends .                                                                             get recipe Spaghetti with meat :                    …
  • glass nickel pizza

    Yamna Oumadi
    18 Aug 2015 | 3:29 pm
    glass nickel pizza                Hi Ladies and welcome in our website The restaurant boss ; our recipe today is how to prepare  glass nickel pizza , in this  article we will present the ingredients and directions and the best time to prepare , now lets go to prepare our glass nickel pizza .       glass nickel pizza information's : glass nickel pizza :Preparing time : 20 minutes cooking time : 20 minutesnumber of meals : 6 meals …
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