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Introducing Simply Recipes Meal Plans with Gatheredtable

By Elise

Simply Recipes Menu Planner

Hi everyone! For the last couple of months I’ve been working behind the scenes with Mary Egan, co-founder and CEO of Gatheredtable, a powerful, really easy-to-use menu planning service to create customized Simply Recipes meal plans. I’m honored to be Gatheredtable’s first food blog partner!

Mary’s team and I have been sifting through over 1500 recipes on Simply Recipes to find the ones that we think will work best together for nutritious, balanced meals. We’ve set it up so there’s a variety of meat, fish, and vegetarian dishes, and mains are paired with sides that work well with them.

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A Waldorf Salad by Any Other Name

By foodwishes@yahoo.com (Chef John)

As I joked about in the video, a fruit salad has to be pretty damn good to actually get a name, and the venerable Waldorf salad is certainly worthy.

I realize that there are a small group of you who won’t be able to wrap your heads around mayonnaise with fruit, and that’s a shame, since it means you won’t get to enjoy one of the great combinations of all time. By the way, if you are one of the aforementioned people, but like mayo slathered all over your sandwich, containing slices of sweet, ripe tomato, and caramelized onions, then …read more

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Roasted French onion soup

By Becca @ Amuse Your Bouche

Roasted French onion soup-6

Back in September, I attended the annual Food Blogger Connect conference. It was a really fun weekend – I saw some fab speakers, stayed in a lovely hotel all weekend (massive double bed all to myself!!), and hung out with some of my favourite blogging friends (I won’t start naming names here because I’ll inevitably miss someone out accidentally, but they know who they are!).

One of the speakers I saw at FBC was Ben from the YouTube channel SORTED Food – so I thought I’d recreate one of their recipes today in homage! If you’re subscribed …read more

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Chocolate Peanut Donuts

By Sus Davy

Chocolate Peanur Donut // roughmeasures.com

I am currently in a mad panic of packing, cooking and general frenzy. Tomorrow we fly to New York City, for 6 days full of fun and frolics. Oh, and the small matter of the marathon, that my amazing mother is running whilst we are there!

As usual, I have left everything until the last-minute. Chucking my whole wardrobe into my small suitcase, and trying to simultaneously batch cook some food for Charlie for the week ahead. I am a slight mess, and on the verge of hysteria. Except it’s OK, because I’M TOO EXCITED TO GET STRESSED.

Back in January, I …read more

Source:: Rough Measures

      

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Chocolate Peanut Donuts

By Sus Davy

Chocolate Peanur Donut // roughmeasures.com

I am currently in a mad panic of packing, cooking and general frenzy. Tomorrow we fly to New York City, for 6 days full of fun and frolics. Oh, and the small matter of the marathon, that my amazing mother is running whilst we are there!

As usual, I have left everything until the last-minute. Chucking my whole wardrobe into my small suitcase, and trying to simultaneously batch cook some food for Charlie for the week ahead. I am a slight mess, and on the verge of hysteria. Except it’s OK, because I’M TOO EXCITED TO GET STRESSED.

Back in January, I …read more

Source:: Rough Measures

      

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Umi

By Culinary Road Trips Puerto Rico

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Type: Japanese/ Asian

Addess: PL2 Cupey Plaza, Carr PR-176 Km 1.6 San Juan, PR

kids: yes

parking: limited

price: $0-30 if you want a lot of food for an affordable price this is the place to go

food: its a lot of food, so share. its good food, well seasoned, and has many options. we tried the pepper stake, rice noodles with skirt stake, lettuce wraps, orange chicken, dumplings and egg rolls. for dessert lychee (its a fruit that is white and delicious, and if you find it in your super market you can use it for your Halloween party as dress them up as …read more

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Umi

By Culinary Road Trips Puerto Rico

Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/UmiRestaurantPR

Type: Japanese/ Asian

Addess: PL2 Cupey Plaza, Carr PR-176 Km 1.6 San Juan, PR

kids: yes

parking: limited

price: $0-30 if you want a lot of food for an affordable price this is the place to go

food: its a lot of food, so share. its good food, well seasoned, and has many options. we tried the pepper stake, rice noodles with skirt stake, lettuce wraps, orange chicken, dumplings and egg rolls. for dessert lychee (its a fruit that is white and delicious, and if you find it in your super market you can use it for your Halloween party as dress them up as …read more

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Best Ever Sloppy Joe

By Elise

Sloppy Joe

Just hearing the words “sloppy joe” from my mother used to send us kids into a tizzy. There was something wonderfully fun about getting to eat a burger/sandwich that was messy by design.

I first posted this recipe in 2008, after making it for my visiting young nephew. Sloppy joes really are a quintessential kid food, aren’t they?

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Pan-Roasted Chicken Breasts – Less Time, More Skin = Better Breasts

By foodwishes@yahoo.com (Chef John)

Cooking up a few chicken breasts should be a fast, easy, and delicious experience, but for many people it’s actually a slow, hard, and disappointing one. There are several reasons for this, and hopefully this demo for how to pan-roast chicken will eliminate them.


The most important factor is doneness. By “pan-roasting,” you can easily monitor the internal temp, and as I recommend in the video, start the pan sauce when the meat reaches about 150 F. By the time your sauce is done, and the chicken is covered in its hot, buttery goodness, it should have reached 155-160 F., …read more

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Pan-Roasted Chicken Breasts – Less Time, More Skin = Better Breasts

By foodwishes@yahoo.com (Chef John)

Cooking up a few chicken breasts should be a fast, easy, and delicious experience, but for many people it’s actually a slow, hard, and disappointing one. There are several reasons for this, and hopefully this demo for how to pan-roast chicken will eliminate them.


The most important factor is doneness. By “pan-roasting,” you can easily monitor the internal temp, and as I recommend in the video, start the pan sauce when the meat reaches about 150 F. By the time your sauce is done, and the chicken is covered in its hot, buttery goodness, it should have reached 155-160 F., …read more

Source:: Food Wishes

      

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Feta, black bean and pumpkin stuffed peppers

By Becca @ Amuse Your Bouche

Feta, black bean and pumpkin stuffed peppers-3

It’s not often that I share a themed recipe. In fact, it’s pretty much never. But it’s Hallowe’en – when else can you make a piece of rice look like a maggot crawling out of a pepper’s eye?

That’s right, never. Because it’s disgusting – and therefore perfect for this time of year.

Luckily, despite the grim appearance of these pumpkin stuffed peppers, they’re actually pretty delicious, so even if you’re reading this after Hallowe’en, you can still make and enjoy these little babies (but probably don’t bother cutting faces in them or people might think you’re a little strange).

<img src="http://www.amuse-your-bouche.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Feta-black-bean-and-pumpkin-stuffed-peppers-3-650×433.jpg" …read more

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Feta, black bean and pumpkin stuffed peppers

By Becca @ Amuse Your Bouche

Feta, black bean and pumpkin stuffed peppers-3

It’s not often that I share a themed recipe. In fact, it’s pretty much never. But it’s Hallowe’en – when else can you make a piece of rice look like a maggot crawling out of a pepper’s eye?

That’s right, never. Because it’s disgusting – and therefore perfect for this time of year.

Luckily, despite the grim appearance of these pumpkin stuffed peppers, they’re actually pretty delicious, so even if you’re reading this after Hallowe’en, you can still make and enjoy these little babies (but probably don’t bother cutting faces in them or people might think you’re a little strange).

<img src="http://www.amuse-your-bouche.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Feta-black-bean-and-pumpkin-stuffed-peppers-3-650×433.jpg" …read more

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Roasted Green beans with Dried Cranberries and Sliced Almonds

By Irvin

Roasted Green Beans with Dried Cranberries and Sliced Almonds. A fast and easy recipe! Photo and recipe by Irvin Lin of Eat the Love.

This Roasted Green Beans recipe has dried cranberries and sliced almonds. It’s a super tasty, easy and fast side dish that anyone can make!

“Can you make sure to get a vegetable for dinner?” asked AJ. This request seemed unusual coming from him, as he’s usually a fairly meat-centric sort of person but lately it seems like we’ve been eat a LOT of heavy meat dishes. AJ’s metabolism has slowed down a lot since his bike accident and that means he can’t be eating fried chicken non-stop. So when he …read more

Source:: Eat The Love

      

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Roasted Green beans with Dried Cranberries and Sliced Almonds

By Irvin

Roasted Green Beans with Dried Cranberries and Sliced Almonds. A fast and easy recipe! Photo and recipe by Irvin Lin of Eat the Love.

This Roasted Green Beans recipe has dried cranberries and sliced almonds. It’s a super tasty, easy and fast side dish that anyone can make!

“Can you make sure to get a vegetable for dinner?” asked AJ. This request seemed unusual coming from him, as he’s usually a fairly meat-centric sort of person but lately it seems like we’ve been eat a LOT of heavy meat dishes. AJ’s metabolism has slowed down a lot since his bike accident and that means he can’t be eating fried chicken non-stop. So when he …read more

Source:: Eat The Love

      

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Bean with Bacon Soup

By Elise

Bean and Bacon Soup

Did your father ever tell you that when “he was a kid, he walked 10 miles to school everyday, barefoot, in the snow”? My dad did, and I believed him for years. He was from Minnesota; they had snow there. We lived in LA—palm trees, no snow. How was I to know?

We grew up with hearty soups, even though in Los Angeles there was maybe one month a year when it really made sense to eat them.

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