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Month: August 2020

Chinese Chicken Salad Recipe

Chinese Chicken Salad Recipe Chinese chicken salad is a salad including chopped chicken and Chinese culinary ingredients that are common in parts of the United States. Though many variations exist, common features of Chinese chicken salads include lettuce, cabbage, chicken, deep-fried wonton skins or rice vermicelli and nuts. Freshen your Chinese Chicken Salad by cutting […]

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The Best Affordable Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignons

The Best Affordable Napa Valley Cabernets – The classic “Napa Cab”, the archetypal Napa Valley wine, is a rich, oak-aged red with aromas of blackcurrant, boysenberry, licorice, vanilla and smoky, bittersweet chocolate. The range of grape varieties grown in the Napa Valley has evolved steadily over the 150 years since Yount planted his first vines. […]

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Creamy Sweet Potato Soup

Creamy Sweet Potato Soup Recipe This creamy Sweet Potato Soup recipe gets its creamy texture from pureed sweet potatoes and goes perfectly paired with a light sandwich or salad. And, this Creamy Sweet Potato Soup can be prepared in under 15 minutes. Heat the olive oil over medium-high heat in a large soup pot. Add […]

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Popular Wine & Cheese Pairings

Here’s a list of Popular Wine & Cheese Pairings. But, Remember, it’s hard to go wrong when you’ve got a glass of wine in one hand and cheese in the other. Try these basic guidelines to wine and cheese pairings: Try not to pair a strong wine with a mild cheese. If one of the […]

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Avocado Deviled Eggs

Avocado Deviled Eggs Recipe Traditional deviled eggs are made with the yolks from hard boiled eggs, mixed with mayo, mustard, and some sort of acid, like lemon juice or vinegar. The mixture then gets piped back into the hard boiled egg whites for a flavorful appetizer. Deviled eggs are a dinner party classic that make for a […]

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Cauliflower Fritters

Cauliflower Fritters Recipe Tasty Cauliflower Fritters can be made with cauliflower or broccoli. Begin by blanching the cauliflower just until it’s tender enough to pierce with a fork. This ensures your fritters will have a softer texture and makes the cauliflower easier to chop. In the work bowl of a food processor fitted with an […]

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Crab Cakes on The Stove or Oven

Making Crab Cakes on The Stove or Oven – Recipe Making Crab Cakes on The Stove or Oven is a series of steps. First, make the sauce: combine all the ingredients in a small bowl. Cover and refrigerate until needed. In a large bowl, combine the crab ( or hearts of palm), celery, onion, garlic, […]

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Easy French Onion Soup

Easy French Onion Soup Recipe Nothing beats a steaming hot bowl of French onion soup … but between the croutons, the beef broth, the gobs of cheese, and the added sugar (yes, really), it’s not great for your gut. This vegetarian French onion soup has all the classic comfort, minus the lectins. To make it […]

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Beef Chili

Beef Chili Recipe When cooking beef chili for two, one and one half tablespoons of chili powder is just right; although this seemed like a modest amount, even for two servings, we found that if we used any more it simply overwhelmed the other layers of flavor. Adding cumin, coriander, red pepper flakes, oregano, and […]

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Sweet Potato Fries with Blue Cheese Dip

Sweet Potato Fries with Blue Cheese Dip Recipe The best thing about this Sweet Potato Fries with Blue Cheese Dip Recipe is that they taste like they should be bad for you, but they’re totally not. They’re loaded with good for you vitamin A, vitamin C, antioxidants, fiber and plenty more to make your body […]

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