Sicilian Chickpeas with Escarole and Caramelized Onions

A big warm bowl full of creamy chickpeas tossed with wilted escarole, caramelized onions and raisins is the perfect meal when the season is changing. The raisins sounded weird to me but they offer this dish little pops of sweetness that counters the bitter greens and nutty chickpeas perfectly. Sicilian Chickpeas with Escarole and Caramelized […]

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7 Healthy Slow Cooker Recipes For Special Occasions

There are times that you just want to create a slow cooker recipe for a special occasion. You don’t want your typical stew or curry that you make on a normal weekday. You want something healthy but delicious; something that your guests or your family crave for every time, there’s a birthday, anniversary, or a […]

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Dianne’s Zucchini Squares

Once again, thank you Dianne! I had these Zucchini Squares at a backyard bbq last week and had to have this recipe! Dianne cut these zucchini squares into bite-sized pieces and it proved completely addictive. I will definitely be making this recipe. I think that these squares would be great to have in the fridge for those […]

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Super Easy Buttermilk Biscuits

I absolutely love Buttermilk Biscuits. I order them at breakfast anytime I am traveling in the south.  For me, a good buttermilk biscuit and butter along with a strong cup of coffee make the perfect breakfast. The problem with making buttermilk biscuits (at least at my house) is that I almost never have buttermilk in […]

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Honey Sesame Salad Dressing

Asian Honey-Sesame Salad Dressing is perfect for salads and it is also a great drizzling sauce for grilled chicken, shrimp, pork or steak. Try brushing it on salmon filets and then pan-seared them. Drizzled the filets with a bit more dressing just before serving for a delicious dinner entree. Click next below to see this versatile Asian Honey-Sesame Salad […]

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Thai Chicken Lettuce Wraps

Looking for a light and healthy, flavorful appetizer or spring dinner? This recipe will do it. These delightful Thai Chicken Lettuce Wraps bring together fresh and spicy flavors with a delightful texture. Make sure that the iceberg lettuce you use is chilled and very fresh. It will make the difference between good and great Thai […]

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Cucumber and Strawberry Salad with Poppy Seed Dressing

Sometimes combining things that you wouldn’t think go together really works well. This is the case with this Cucumber and Strawberry salad. Combining the freshness of cucumber with the tangy sweetness of fresh strawberries and the creamy saltiness of feta is delightful. Topping it with your favorite poppy seed dressing puts this salad over the top. Give […]

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Hot Texas Wiener Sauce for Chili Dogs

Being from Jersey, Hot Texas Wieners are a thing. I grew up going to the Hot Grill on Lexington Avenue in Clifton. Once you’ve had those hot dogs, nothing will compare. The Hot Texas Wiener Sauce recipe below is the closest I’ve come to replicating the Hot Texas Wiener from my childhood. The recipe appears […]

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Lynne’s White Meat Chili

This recipe for White Meat Chili is probably the best chili I’ve ever had. I love using pork/turkey vs. beef. It offers a different flavor and texture. It is loaded with 4 varieties of beans which offer delightful texture and huge flavor. Thank you, Lynne, for sharing! White Meat Chili Recipe Ingredients 1 medium Vidalia […]

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Making Carrot Juice for Better Health

I am always in search of great recipes that I can add to my recipe routines. After having cruised to New England and Canada for a week indulging in way too many rich foods, I’m back and looking to eat healthy foods once again. Carrots are a superfood for me. I don’t eat them nearly often […]

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Slow Cooker Smothered Buritos

The only limes that I’ve been able to find throughout the past few weeks of recipe-making have been intimidatingly large. As in REALLY HUGE. As in close your eyes and picture a softball, but then imagine that it has a green rind surrounding it– that’s what these limes look like. They kind of freak me out (“but WHY are they so big?”), […]

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