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One-Pan Roasted Harissa Salmon with Vegetables

By Sabrina Modelle

One-Pan Roasted Harissa Salmon with Vegetables

When I’m looking for a few oohs and ahs at the dinner table, but don’t want to fuss or wash a bunch of dishes, I turn to this simple roasted salmon.

The bright sunset orange of wild salmon is striking against the roasted green beans and red peppers. The whole dish is topped with a bright cherry tomato salad. It’s like an explosion of color, flavor, and aroma.

Oh, and I did I mention, the whole thing is cooked on one baking sheet? Beautiful, tasty, and easy to clean up? My kind of dinner.

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Asparagus and halloumi pasta with smoky tomato pesto

By Becca @ Amuse Your Bouche

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Hellllooo, halloumi. Bringer of happiness, upgrader of barbecues, squeaker of teeth. I use halloumi all the time, but I realised the other day* that 99% of the time, I serve my halloumi with bread. Halloumi burgers, halloumi pittas, halloumi bruschetta… all good stuff, but today I thought I’d make something different – halloumi pasta! Cheese and pasta are a match made in heaven, but somehow I’ve always overlooked halloumi as a pasta accompaniment. Never again. It’s brilliant.

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Asparagus and halloumi pasta with smoky tomato pesto

By Becca @ Amuse Your Bouche

Asparagus and halloumi pasta-4

sponsoredpost

Hellllooo, halloumi. Bringer of happiness, upgrader of barbecues, squeaker of teeth. I use halloumi all the time, but I realised the other day* that 99% of the time, I serve my halloumi with bread. Halloumi burgers, halloumi pittas, halloumi bruschetta… all good stuff, but today I thought I’d make something different – halloumi pasta! Cheese and pasta are a match made in heaven, but somehow I’ve always overlooked halloumi as a pasta accompaniment. Never again. It’s brilliant.

*when I’m alone, my mind …read more

Source:: Amuse Your Bouche

      

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Eastern North Carolina-Style Barbecue Sauce with a West Coast Twist

By foodwishes@yahoo.com (Chef John)

I’m not sure if using honey instead of sugar really qualifies as a “West Coast twist,” but it does ensure that people from North Carolina can’t attack me for this Eastern North Carolina-style barbecue sauce not being authentic.

Anyway, while this isn’t exactly what you might find in the Tar Heel State, it was fantastic on the pork, and I hope it inspires you to add this deliciously different barbecue sauce in your repertoire.


As I mentioned in the video, I’m heading down to SoCal to work on a top-secret project, but since I teased this sauce in the recent …read more

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Eastern North Carolina-Style Barbecue Sauce with a West Coast Twist

By foodwishes@yahoo.com (Chef John)

I’m not sure if using honey instead of sugar really qualifies as a “West Coast twist,” but it does ensure that people from North Carolina can’t attack me for this Eastern North Carolina-style barbecue sauce not being authentic.

Anyway, while this isn’t exactly what you might find in the Tar Heel State, it was fantastic on the pork, and I hope it inspires you to add this deliciously different barbecue sauce in your repertoire.


As I mentioned in the video, I’m heading down to SoCal to work on a top-secret project, but since I teased this sauce in the recent …read more

Source:: Food Wishes

      

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Peach and Blackberry Pie

By Irvin

Peach and Blackberry Pie. Photo and recipe by Irvin Lin of Eat the Love.

A Midwest Summer experience: learning to fire a gun, baking a peach and blackberry pie and how food brings us all together.

“If you at any point feel uncomfortable, you should yell out ‘CEASE FIRE’ and everyone will put their guns down.” Said the man in the instruction video at the shooting range. We were watching an 8-minute safety video which was required before we could enter the shooting range and start learning how to fire. I turned to AJ and whispered “But I’m uncomfortable now and don’t really expect NOT to be uncomfortable during this experience. Can I really just …read more

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Peach and Blackberry Pie

By Irvin

Peach and Blackberry Pie. Photo and recipe by Irvin Lin of Eat the Love.

A Midwest Summer experience: learning to fire a gun, baking a peach and blackberry pie and how food brings us all together.

“If you at any point feel uncomfortable, you should yell out ‘CEASE FIRE’ and everyone will put their guns down.” Said the man in the instruction video at the shooting range. We were watching an 8-minute safety video which was required before we could enter the shooting range and start learning how to fire. I turned to AJ and whispered “But I’m uncomfortable now and don’t really expect NOT to be uncomfortable during this experience. Can I really just …read more

Source:: Eat The Love

      

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Organic September – What Do Yeo Know?

By Sus Davy

Yeo Valley and Organic September // roughmeasures.com

Since starting this blog, I have been invited on some great days out and trips away. This last week saw an invitation to Yeo Valley Farm, organised by the Soil Association, to learn more about Organic September and why we should all be more aware of what is in our food. Yeo Valley is set in the beautiful Mendip countryside, not too far from Bath. I hopped on a train to Bristol and waited eagerly with some other like-minded bloggers.

Yeo Valley is set on Holt Farm, which has been in the Mead family for over 50 years. They …read more

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Greek fajitas

By Becca @ Amuse Your Bouche

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Greek fajitas – like normal Mexican fajitas, but with less spice, and more feta cheese. Because everything in life benefits from more feta cheese.

Fajitas were one of the first meals my husband and I cooked together, back when we were young and unskilled, and lived in revolting shared accommodation at uni. A dinner that only requires one pan is very attractive when all the other pans are dirty. And even now that I have my own lovely clean kitchen, I still very much appreciate having minimal washing up to do – so a one pan dinner is always a winner …read more

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Cheesy Zucchini Bites

By Elise Bauer

Cheesy Zucchini Bites

If there is one thing you can count on during the summer, it’s zucchini, and plenty of it!

These cheesy little zucchini bites are a great way to put all that zucchini to use. They’re like tater tots, but made with zucchini, in a mini muffin pan. They’re sort of a riff off our broccoli cheddar bites, and like their broccoli cousins, are perfect for breakfast, a quick snack, or a school lunch.

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Cheesy Zucchini Bites

By Elise Bauer

Cheesy Zucchini Bites

If there is one thing you can count on during the summer, it’s zucchini, and plenty of it!

These cheesy little zucchini bites are a great way to put all that zucchini to use. They’re like tater tots, but made with zucchini, in a mini muffin pan. They’re sort of a riff off our broccoli cheddar bites, and like their broccoli cousins, are perfect for breakfast, a quick snack, or a school lunch.

Continue reading “Cheesy Zucchini Bites” »

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Source:: Simply Recipes

      

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Paper Pork Shoulder – It’s a Wrap

By foodwishes@yahoo.com (Chef John)

This “paper pork” was inspired by a technique for smoking beef brisket that involves wrapping the meat in parchment paper after a certain point in the cooking process, in an effort to keep the meat moist, and succulent. Turns out it works great for pork shoulder.

I decided to try it for an oven-roasted pork shoulder, wrapping it from the beginning, and it came out so perfectly tender, and juicy, I’ve been doing it that way ever since. Like I said in video, I’m not exactly sure how much better this comes out with the paper, verses just wrapping …read more

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Victoria Sponge Cake with Balsamic Strawberries

By Riz

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How do you describe a classic like the Victoria Sponge Cake? Well, for a start, it’s a classic. Secondly, it’s a light, airy cake that’s perfect as a summer dessert served alongside a cup of tea. Layers of classic pound cake separated by Chantilly cream and strawberry jam. My version mixes it up just a little bit – instead of using plain ol’ jam, I’m using a homemade balsamic strawberry reduction. Why? Because it’s delicious. Try it, you’ll see!

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