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Panzanella Salad, Caprese-Style

Panzanella Caprese

We enjoy this “White Bean Panzanella Salad” from my America’s Test Kitchen Healthy Cookbook. It kind of reminds me of Caprese Salad, which features tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, and basil. Caprese meet Panzanella. Panzanella, meet Caprese.  I added fresh mozzarella pearls to ATK’s Panzanella. The result is a fresh and substantial salad; it’s a meal in itself. Recipe Recommendations: … Continue reading

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America’s Test Kitchen French Toast with Challah

A Trader Joe’s expert just took me on a tour of the store, showing me her favorites. She showed me the best deals and gave tips on what to buy elsewhere for budget sake. One of the most memorable parts of the trip was finding the challah bread. I’ve been searching for challah for some time, … Continue reading

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Bohemian Soupsody: America’s Test Kitchen Chicken Tortilla Soup

America's Test Kitchen Tortilla Soup

This is the final post in our soup series. So far we’ve brought you soups featuring carrots, lentils, mushrooms, and sausage & kale. Carrot-Ginger Soup with Cashews Smoky Lentil Soup with Bacon Mushroom Soup with Thyme Lighter Zuppa Toscana         The Soupsody Grand Finale is one of our favorites! It’s Chicken Tortilla … Continue reading

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Whole Grain Grahamcakes

Grahamcake

These Whole Grain Grahamcakes are ideal for feeding a full house, especially on a long weekend. And if you just call them “Grahamcakes,” the kids might forget they are made of whole wheat & grains. This is a variation of America’s Test Kitchen’s Grahamcakes recipe. (America’s Test Kitchen is my favorite recipe establishment. They come … Continue reading

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Baked Parmesan Chicken Strips & Chocolate Pudding Parfaits

This is a favorite meal of ours. It’s a light version of Parmesan Chicken that I usually prepare as baked chicken strips. The strips are crispy because of pre-toasting panko (Japanese-style) bread crumbs. They aren’t as moist as fried strips, so I recommend serving with plenty of dipping sauce, like marinara. The chicken uses four … Continue reading

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