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Cornmeal Pancakes: Pumpkin or Banana?

When we have guests in town and I like making a special breakfast. These cornmeal pancakes are a delicious treat. I’m actually making breakfast for supper tonight, doubling my batch, and freezing the extra for guests’ arrival next week. I created this Pumpkin Nutmeg variation from Emeril’s original recipe. Pumpkin would be perfect if you … Continue reading

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Roasted Red Pepper Dip

This past year, I started keeping a jar of red peppers in the fridge because they are so versatile. We use them a lot. They’re a great way to elevate simple dishes. We put them in sandwiches, on pizza, and I even added them to our chili this weekend. Our favorite brand is Mezzetta Roasted Red Bell Peppers. … Continue reading

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Chicken Tikka McGyver Masala

This happens more than it should. I realize 1-1/2 hours before dinner that I’m not sure what to make and I have some chicken that’s defrosted and ready to go…what to make, what to make? To further complicate matters, I’m trying to stretch out the intervals between grocery trips, so this is one of those days where … Continue reading

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Mediterranean Veggie Burgers & Tzatziki Spread

I’ve been on the search for recipes that I can serve at the end of the grocery week, when we don’t have any meat on hand. I want to have something that I can grab from the pantry to create a main dish. These Mediterranean Burgers are from Eating Well and are surprisingly tasty with flavors such … Continue reading

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Bagawk! Chicken Broth and Red Curry Chicken Salad

Asian Chicken Salad

Efficiency in the kitchen is not always easy. So when I find pairings that save me time, I take note. Here is one such combination: Chicken Broth and Chicken Salad. Since chicken salad requires cooked chicken, use the cooking process to make a flavorful broth. Homemade broth is superior to store-bought broth. You can freeze it … Continue reading

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The Versatile Crepe

Crepes are so versatile — they can be sweet or savory, served for breakfast or for dinner. And depending on the filling, they can be a healthier alternative to syrup-heavy pancakes. Here’s the basic recipe and two options for serving. Basic Crepes Ingredients 1 cup flour (or whole wheat) 2 tsp baking powder 1 tsp … Continue reading

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