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Lanza campaña de recaudación para impulsar agroempresa de pana

By Culinary Road Trips Puerto Rico

El joven Juan Carlos Rodríguez Rodríguez, quien cursa la maestría en Ingeniería Industrial en el Recinto Universitario de Mayagüez (RUM), lanzó hoy una campaña de financiación colectiva o crowdfund…http://puertoricotequiero.com/lanza-campana-de-recaudacion-para-impulsar-agroempresa-de-productos-de-pana/

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Source:: Culinary Road Trip

      

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Spinach and Wheatgrass Crêpes + Win Indigo Herbs Superfood Goodies

By Sus Davy

Crepes

Ever feel like your inner cogs are all out of sync? Whether its you health, plans or just general mood not lining up? I felt like that a lot last year, especially towards then end of the year when I was out of work for a while. I lost all sense of routine and lost a bit of myself along the way. I doubted myself, my body and my brain. It wasn’t obvious something was wrong, until now. This year, something has clicked already. Like all my cogs are in sync and I can just chill. My body feels good, …read more

Source:: Rough Measures

      

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Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie

By Irvin

This oatmeal chocolate chip cookie recipe is one of the absolute best ever because of a few special tips and tricks! Seriously. The best ever.

AJ is always telling me that his favorite cookie is the oatmeal chocolate chip cookie. But surprisingly I almost never make them. It’s funny because I went looking through my cookie archive here and it turns out I’ve never bothered to even post my recipe for my favorite oatmeal chocolate chip cookie. So when I was approached from Macy’s San Francisco to participate in their Blogger and tastemaker event to do a baking demo, I knew …read more

Source:: Eat The Love

      

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Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie

By Irvin

This oatmeal chocolate chip cookie recipe is one of the absolute best ever because of a few special tips and tricks! Seriously. The best ever.

AJ is always telling me that his favorite cookie is the oatmeal chocolate chip cookie. But surprisingly I almost never make them. It’s funny because I went looking through my cookie archive here and it turns out I’ve never bothered to even post my recipe for my favorite oatmeal chocolate chip cookie. So when I was approached from Macy’s San Francisco to participate in their Blogger and tastemaker event to do a baking demo, I knew …read more

Source:: Eat The Love

      

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Nutty pumpkin seed baked veggie burgers

By Becca @ Amuse Your Bouche

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Before I get on to these amazing baked veggie burgers, I have some exciting news to share: I’m going to America!

Well, it’s exciting for me… not so much for you. I’m just going on holiday, you can’t come (sorry). But I hope you’ll be excited on my behalf, anyway!

If you subscribe to my newsletter, you’ll have already heard a little about my trip, but for those of you who don’t subscribe (meanies), my husband and I are spending 3 weeks in February travelling around New Orleans, Memphis, Nashville, Chicago, and New York. It should be amazing, and I …read more

Source:: Amuse Your Bouche

      

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Nutty pumpkin seed baked veggie burgers

By Becca @ Amuse Your Bouche

Nutty pumpkin seed baked veggie burgers-1

Before I get on to these amazing baked veggie burgers, I have some exciting news to share: I’m going to America!

Well, it’s exciting for me… not so much for you. I’m just going on holiday, you can’t come (sorry). But I hope you’ll be excited on my behalf, anyway!

If you subscribe to my newsletter, you’ll have already heard a little about my trip, but for those of you who don’t subscribe (meanies), my husband and I are spending 3 weeks in February travelling around New Orleans, Memphis, Nashville, Chicago, and New York. It should be amazing, and I …read more

Source:: Amuse Your Bouche

      

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Sautéed Chard with Parsnip

By Elise

Sautéed Chard with Parsnip

Looking for an easy side dish of greens? Of course you are. We all need more greens in our diet, right? At least I do.

Chard is one of my favorite greens to cook because it’s more substantial than spinach (which seems to melt to nothing when you cook it), but more tender and less bitter than kale.

Usually I just sauté chopped chard in olive oil with some garlic. This time I peeled a parsnip down to its tough core and tossed the parsnips ribbons in with the chard.

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Source:: Simply Recipes

      

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Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup

By Elise

Chicken Noodle Soup

Is there anything more comforting than homemade chicken noodle soup? Perfect for cold weather, and especially good if you are fighting off a cold or flu. There are probably as many ways of making chicken noodle soup as there are moms who make it.

The key is the stock, homemade from bones. The iron rich gelatin from the bones is good for you, and one of the reasons why homemade chicken stock is so beneficial.

If you don’t already have a cache of homemade chicken stock, the following is a recipe for making the entire soup from scratch, starting with a …read more

Source:: Simply Recipes

      

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Roasted Curried Cauliflower

By Elise

Curry Roasted Cauliflower

Years ago, the way most people I knew prepared cauliflower was to steam it or boil it, and serve it with a little butter. Then came the discovery of the magic that happens when you roast cauliflower. That simple, plain, sometimes soggy (if boiled) white vegetable that we ate because we were supposed to, now became something crunchy and nutty and crazy good that we fought over to finish.

The only thing better than roasted cauliflower?

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Source:: Simply Recipes

      

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Roasted Curried Cauliflower

By Elise

Curry Roasted Cauliflower

Years ago, the way most people I knew prepared cauliflower was to steam it or boil it, and serve it with a little butter. Then came the discovery of the magic that happens when you roast cauliflower. That simple, plain, sometimes soggy (if boiled) white vegetable that we ate because we were supposed to, now became something crunchy and nutty and crazy good that we fought over to finish.

The only thing better than roasted cauliflower?

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Source:: Simply Recipes

      

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Chorizo Steamed Clams – How Do You Say “Ubiquitous” in Spanish?

By foodwishes@yahoo.com (Chef John)

I have always just called these chorizo steamed clams, “Spanish Clams,” since it seems like there’s some variation of this on every Spanish restaurant menu I’ve ever seen.

What better evidence for a dishes’ deliciousness than that? Not to generalize about an entire culture, but the Spanish simply don’t put non-amazing things on every menu.


Sometimes they use beer, or white wine, or sherry; and many varieties of clams can be used; but the common denominator is the spicy, Spanish-style chorizo. Using such a flavorful sausage is sort of like cheating, and one of the main reasons the ingredient list is …read more

Source:: Food Wishes

      

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Chorizo Steamed Clams – How Do You Say “Ubiquitous” in Spanish?

By foodwishes@yahoo.com (Chef John)

I have always just called these chorizo steamed clams, “Spanish Clams,” since it seems like there’s some variation of this on every Spanish restaurant menu I’ve ever seen.

What better evidence for a dishes’ deliciousness than that? Not to generalize about an entire culture, but the Spanish simply don’t put non-amazing things on every menu.


Sometimes they use beer, or white wine, or sherry; and many varieties of clams can be used; but the common denominator is the spicy, Spanish-style chorizo. Using such a flavorful sausage is sort of like cheating, and one of the main reasons the ingredient list is …read more

Source:: Food Wishes

      

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Teriyaki Chicken Wings

By Irvin

Teriyaki Chicken Wings. An easy and addictive recipe from Eat the Love.

This addictive and easy to make teriyaki chicken wings recipe is perfect as an appetizer for a party, picnic or just at home for an easy snack!

It’s been five days of chicken wings here at Eat the Love and today, the last day of chicken wings week, had me trying to figure out what I should make. I had a million ideas for recipe but in the end, I decided to make one of my all time favorite wings, teriyaki chicken wings! Sweet and sticky, these wings are the classic party wings for pretty much any occasion. (Jump directly …read more

Source:: Eat The Love

      

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Teriyaki Chicken Wings

By Irvin

Teriyaki Chicken Wings. An easy and addictive recipe from Eat the Love.

This addictive and easy to make teriyaki chicken wings recipe is perfect as an appetizer for a party, picnic or just at home for an easy snack!

It’s been five days of chicken wings here at Eat the Love and today, the last day of chicken wings week, had me trying to figure out what I should make. I had a million ideas for recipe but in the end, I decided to make one of my all time favorite wings, teriyaki chicken wings! Sweet and sticky, these wings are the classic party wings for pretty much any occasion. (Jump directly …read more

Source:: Eat The Love