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Easy Cheese Scones Recipe with Grana Padano & Prosciutto di San Daniele

By Grace Hall Is there anything better than warm cheese scones slathered with butter? I happen to think there is: these Grana Padano cheese scones topped with gorgeous slices of Prosciutto di San Daniele!
Cheese scones are a classic British treat, traditionally served at afternoon teas, picnics and parties all the year around. They’re also perfect for popping in a lunch box or for a quick afternoon snack when the kids come in ‘starving hungry’ from school. They’re delicious served warm or cold, and as we’ve recently discovered, they pair beautifully with Prosciutto di San Daniele too. I made these cheese scones with Grana …read more

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Hot Reuben Dip

By Summer Miller I’m from Omaha, Nebraska, where the Reuben sandwich was born (sorry, New Yorkers), and I grew up eating this classic sandwich.
I’ve had it in the homes of my mother, grandmothers, aunts and uncles. I’ve also consumed plenty of Reubens at bars and restaurants, where they usually come with a side of onion rings.
It’s a simple lunchtime favorite, and I’ve found that it also transitions into the perfect party dip.
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Vanilla Honey Pikelets with Blueberries & Yogurt

By Karen Burns-Booth Vanilla Honey Pikelets with Blueberries & Yogurt – Easily made, these “Pikelets”, also known as “Crempog” in Wales, and “Scotch Pancakes” or “Drop Scones” in Scotland, are delicious little, fluffy pancakes resembling a thin crumpet, and are perfect for breakfast when served with honey, yogurt and fresh blueberries.

Wake Up Better

Breakfast, as regular readers of Lavender and Lovage will know, is my favourite meal of the day; obviously, it varies according to my work schedule, and weekend or holiday breakfasts tend to be more relaxed affairs than midweek, but, I still always try to make time for breakfast. It’s always tricky …read more

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High protein lentil tortillas

By Becca @ Amuse Your Bouche Sorry I’ve been quite quiet so far this year! After taking a few weeks off in December, it’s taking me a while to remember how to do this whole working mum thing. It’s just far too tempting to sit and watch Eden playing all day long – she’s learning to crawl at the moment and it’s fascinating. Unfortunately I didn’t receive an extra 8 hours in the day for Christmas (fingers crossed for next year!).
When I finally get around to cooking, I’ve still been trying to keep things fairly healthy. My new year’s resolutions have lasted a whole two weeks …read more

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Bircher Muesli (Overnight Oats) with Carrot

By Helen The natural sweetness of carrots makes this bircher muesli (overnight oats) with carrot a quick and easy delicious breakfast that’s ready when you are in the morning. Carrots are naturally sweet and a great addition to your breakfast so you start the day with an extra portion of vegetables!
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On to a New Year

By makemendgrow It’s New Years Day, I am sitting in bed with my lap top, covered in quilts, squeezing the last few free moments of my night before heading back to work after being gone for a week. Just like every year, I look back on what I have done, and where I want to go and want to do in the year ahead. 2017 wasn’t bad, it wasn’t great, and I don’t know about you dear reader, I am ready to be on to a new year.
Before we can look ahead, let’s look back:
This was the year of work. I celebrated …read more

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Chocolate Croissants – But Just Barely

By foodwishes@yahoo.com (Chef John) I’ll admit to being pretty underwhelmed the first time I had a chocolate croissant, or “pain au chocolat,”as I’d mispronounce it; but eventually I realized the relatively sparse amount of chocolate wasn’t any kind of stinginess, but rather the true secret behind this amazing pastry. Properly done, this should ride that line between sweet pastry and a savory bread, so don’t overdo it with the chocolate chunks; otherwise you’ll lose that beautiful balance. Other than that, not much can go wrong. Just be sure to bake them until nicely browned, and let them cool before enjoying. While this will work …read more

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15+ Fun Penguin Themed Foods for Kids

By Grace Hall Christmas may be over but we can still celebrate the rest of winter with plenty of fun food! If the weather is miserable where you are then these fun penguin themed foods might be just the projects you need to cheer up when you’re stuck inside on a cold or rainy day.
I’m sharing more than 15 fun penguin themed fun food tutorials and recipes in today’s post, so whether you’re planning a winter or penguin themed party or just want to get creative with the kids, you’re sure to find plenty of fun ideas in this collection of fun penguin …read more

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Pumpkin Paneer Curry

By Erin Alderson Post sponsored by Frontier Co-op. See below for more details.
One pretty well known fact is that I’m not big on tofu- it’s a texture thing. I’ve tried to get over it for years and while there are some recipes I enjoy, it’s still not a favorite of mine. I’ve managed to adapt most of my favorite recipes that typically call for tofu. Mostly I’ve done this with chickpeas but in quite a few Indian-American restaurants and food trucks, paneer stands in. I love paneer. You can make it at home, it is easy to fry, and, if you’re buying it …read more

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Slow Cooker Honey Chipotle Chicken Tacos

By Simply Recipes Partners This post is brought to you in partnership with Mission Foods.
It’s that time of year when our slow cookers are almost always on the kitchen counter. It’s just so easy to make dinner happen, even on the busiest weeknights.
These Slow Cooker Honey Chipotle Chicken Tacos need to be on your regular rotation this season.
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Chinese Tea Eggs [Sponsored Post]

By Irvin These flavorful marbled Chinese tea eggs are infused with spices like cinnamon and star anise. They are a super easy snack to make and look beautiful once you peel them. (Jump directly to the recipe.)

This post was sponsored by Safeway. I was compensated for this post and for developing the recipe. However, all opinions below are completely my own.
As someone who develops recipes, I often pay a lot of attention to the measurements of each ingredient. It took me awhile to get there, as I used to be one of those intuitive cooks, throwing things in left and right and …read more

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Child Friendly Easy Vegetable Curry Recipe

By Grace Hall I’m starting the new year off here on the blog with a simple family meal recipe that I serve up regularly for a quick and easy mid-week meal. This healthy vegetable curry is mild, child friendly and really easy to put together.

I’ve shared the full list of vegetables I use to make an extra large batch of curry, but this recipe is very customisable. You can skip some of the vegetables or swap them for whatever you have to hand – this recipe is great for clearing out your fridge by using up any leftover vegetable odds and ends! You …read more

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Tater Tot Breakfast Casserole

By Aaron Hutcherson Give me sausage, eggs, potatoes, and cheese for breakfast, and I know it’ll be a great day ahead.
This tater tot casserole combines all of these items into one delicious breakfast dish. It makes a great dish for a weekend brunch, or add it to your meal plan and eat it for breakfast throughout the week!
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Chipotle Lentil Tacos

By Erin Alderson Of all the pantry inspired meals, these tacos are one of my favorites. Lentils soak up flavors amazingly well. Then toss those spiced lentils in a warm tortilla and add your favorite toppings: it’s a perfect recipe for dinner. Beyond the flavor, these chipotle lentil tacos are fairly fast and most of the time is spent waiting for the lentils to cook. One quick tip: if you’re not into spicy, swap the chipotle peppers for a mix of smoked paprika and smoked salt. That combination adds the perfect depth that works wonderfully with the fresh greens. and see the recipe.
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Chicago Deep Dish Pizza, or “Pizza” As We Call It In New York

By foodwishes@yahoo.com (Chef John) The biggest problem with Chicago-style deep dish pizza, especially for a New Yorker, is that it’s called “pizza.” I’m not sure what else it could’ve, or should’ve been called, but when you grow eating thin-crust, and all of a sudden someone hands you a plate of this, with a fork, and calls it pizza, it’s quite the shock to the system. Having said that, for the home cook at least, this deep dish pizza is actually much easier to pull off than your classic thin-crust, which really benefits from a 700 F. pizza oven. Another advantage is that we don’t …read more

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Instant Vegan Haggis, Neeps & Tatties Burgers for Burns Night

By Jacqueline Meldrum That’s Graham clutching his vegan haggis, neeps and tatties burger. I’d taken some shots of it on the table, but once I said I was finished taking photos (this is the plight of a food blogger’s husband) he picked it up to walk off with it and I asked if I could take a shot while he held it. He told me not to be so daft, but I rather like it. I’m quite behind the trend of taking photos of food being held, but I do like the photo.The burger is accidentally vegan and totally instant.Instant BurgersThese burgers are …read more

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9 Great Chili Recipes (Perfect for Game Day!)

By Elise Bauer It’s that time of year again, bone chilling weather and NFL playoffs. The perfect time for steamy hot and hearty chili!
Whether you like your chili with beans or without, with turkey, chicken, ground beef or chuck, scorchingly hot or mild, a big bowl of chili is wonderfully satisfying on a cold winter day. Continue reading “9 Great Chili Recipes (Perfect for Game Day!)” »
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