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18 Feb 19
The Sassy Cast Iron

This is DEFINITELY one of those treat-yo-self-recipes… but because I’m a huge advocate of such, I 100% support you if these have you wanting to treat yo-self allllll the time. 😉 And, they’re super easy! How I did it: Ingredients 2/3 cup unsweetened cocoa powder (Hershey’s works great!) 1 1/2 cups sugar 1/3 cup powdered […]

18 Feb 19
The Dancing Spoon

Prep Time: 2 minutes Cook Time: 4 minutes Servings: 4 servings Ingredients: 4 Salmon fillets (4 oz each) 2 tablespoons olive oil, divided Blackened Spices: 1 tablespoon dried thyme 2 teaspoons garlic powder 1 tablespoon dried oregano 1 tablespoon paprika 1 tablespoon black pepper 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper 1/2 teaspoon salt to taste Directions: Step […]

18 Feb 19
Mama Approved Recipes

EASY APPLE PIEEveryone, or most people, love a good apple pie. I love making homemade apple pie but usually don’t have the time to make a crust or do anything crazy with it…. I blame children for that or dogs or the weather. Really anything I can blame it on. When I have the time, […]

18 Feb 19
Collis Means Hill

I’d like to apologize to anyone else in the downtown area that might have wanted to purchase some fresh basil yesterday. Because you were denied. In a pack, on a plant, in a cooler, on a shelf. I took them, one and all; I took them for myself. And the double batch of pesto they […]

18 Feb 19
foodtales

I love spicy and Indian food and when it comes to Continental, my palette still craves for a burst of flavour. This week we made Roast Pork and to accompany that, we had to make a sauce called Robert Sauce. I guess it’s safe to say, that this might be one of my favourite sauces […]

18 Feb 19
PRIME Personal Training

Food intolerances or “sensitivities” can affect you in so many ways. And they’re a lot more common than most people think. I’m not talking about anaphylaxis or immediate allergic reactions that involve an immune response. Those can be serious and life-threatening. If you have any allergies, you need to steer clear of any traces of […]

18 Feb 19
Disholicious

My kids used to go through bananas quickly, so I was always buying more each time I went out shopping, but recently it seems like we just can’t get through a bunch before it’s time to make some more banana bread. One of my favorite Mexican chefs, Pati Jinich, makes a great dulce de leche […]

18 Feb 19
wordsfromthediva

In order to distract my body from the horrendous fact that it is no longer being fed chocolate and cake nearly as often as it would like – and it is a body that is extremely good at letting me know that it WOULD like a
chocolate brownie – I have been tirelessly searching for things to eat that shock my taste buds into forgetting they are not getting what they want.

18 Feb 19
My Favourite Pastime

This tart is amazing and addictive. The secret ingredient is the almond flour. Please do not substitute it. Step By Step Photos Make the dough: Pulse the flour sugar and butter in a food processor until it resembles large peas. Add the egg yolk and 2-3 tablespoons water. When dough starts forming, pour onto countertop […]

18 Feb 19
Insiders Glimpse To San Juan Nationwide Historic Website

Norwegians are straight-forwarded and never play behind the bushes in the event that they really feel or. Advocates well being provider activists motivate.d to make blueberry pancakes from scratch isn’t that straightforward to really feel overwhelmed. Congratulations on considering cows to be served fish or hen inventory to make. These chocolate bites gluten free soy […]

18 Feb 19
From the Kitchen of a Simple Mama

I love finding new ways to use a favorite flavor combo. My husband and oldest daughter both love pepperoni pizza, but sometimes it’s nice to have those flavors in/on something other than a pizza! I love how easy these little poppers are to make (and eat!) If you’re looking for a quick snack or party […]

18 Feb 19
Eastern Herbs

This lightly spiced, sautéed and stirred fried Cabbage recipe is very simple, easy, quick to make and it tastes delicious. Ingredients: 1 small medium size firm Green Cabbage – makes seven cups chopped 2 Tablespoons Yellow Gram Lentils – soaked in water for one hour 1 medium size Onion – chopped 2 large size Garlic […]

18 Feb 19
Heather's Abode

My mom sent me a scan of my [great] Aunt Gertrude’s bread recipe, probably based on the one she learned in in her high school home economics class (circa 1910s in Taney County, Missouri.) Most of the recipe is practical advice for technique. My grandma (Gertrude’s sister)  never formally taught me (or my mom or […]

18 Feb 19
The Bearded Cooksman

This is a ten-minute take on a version of (cold) sesame noodles, although at ten minutes they’re still hot! It’s all about the sauce – that blend of sweet and spicy, sesame melded with peanut butter, tasting better than the individual flavors alone. Hands-on time: 10 minutes. Total time: 10 minutes, or longer to cool […]

18 Feb 19
Somers Family MustKetch Blog

Are you looking for a way to make gluten free chicken bites? These MustKetch Spicy Popcorn Chicken bites are a perfect gluten free appetizer or lunch. The Kettle Chips give them a nice crunchy flavor. BBQ flavored chips really add flavor and make them extra craveable when dipped in MustKetch Smoke Plus, since they are […]

18 Feb 19
Eating Out at Home