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Frittata Squares with Spinach, Tomatoes, and Feta

By Sally Vargas Think of frittata as an Italian cousin to the French omelet, with a few notable differences.
Instead of folding the omelet around the filling as the French do, Italian frittatas mix the eggs and filling together from the start and then bake them together in one dish. It’s a little like an open-faced omelet that can feed the whole family!
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Make-Ahead Frittata Squares with Spinach, Tomatoes, and Feta

By Sally Vargas Think of frittata as an Italian cousin to the French omelet, with a few notable differences.
Instead of folding the omelet around the filling as the French do, Italian frittatas mix the eggs and filling together from the start and then bake them together in one dish. It’s a little like an open-faced omelet that can feed the whole family!
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21st Century Coronation Chicken

By Karen Burns-Booth A fabulously easy and lighter version of the classic 1950’s Coronation Chicken, my quick recipe for 21st Century Coronation Chicken uses reduced fat mayonnaise, half fat crème frâiche and some amazing caramelised red onion chutney (and chunky mango chutney) from Shaws of Huddersfield

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Coronation Chicken is one of my favourite recipes, and I remember it being featured on all our celebration buffets when I was growing up; today’s recipe for 21st Century Coronation Chicken is exactly that, a recipe that is made for today’s tastes, easier to make and lighter than the original, using reduced fat mayonnaise, half fat …read more

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A Memorial Day-Away

By foodwishes@yahoo.com (Chef John) Just a quick programing note that due to the holiday yesterday, today’s video will be posted Wednesday instead. I’m getting a little smarter in my old age, and actually try to take these off-days off, so I didn’t do a film yesterday. The good news is, we’ll be back tomorrow with a recipe video for one of my all-time favorite cold summer side dishes, quite possibly invloving cucumbers. Stay tuned! .

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White Bean Pizza with Arugula Salad

By Erin Alderson I love playing with pizza combinations. I’m fairly certain if I had my own cafe, pizza/flatbreads would have to be on the menu because I have endless combinations to share. They are the perfect base for all seasons and with a little creativity, also for specific diets like gluten-free and vegan. This white bean pizza was born out of a love of and see the recipe.The post White Bean Pizza with Arugula Salad appeared first on Naturally Ella. …read more

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Sous Vide French Dip Sandwiches

By Emma Christensen This recipe is brought to you in partnership with ChefSteps. ChefSteps is offering Simply Recipes readers $20 off both the new edition of their Joule sous vide immersion circulator and their flagship Joule through Thursday, June 1, 2017 — go check it out!
It seems like a magic trick: take a cheap, tough cut of beef, like a top round roast or a chuck roast, cook it for twenty-four hours without peeking, and Abracadabra! Now it’s suddenly filet mignon.
But it’s not magic — this is sous vide cooking!
For the past few months, I’ve been playing around with Joule, an immersion circulator …read more

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Meat Free Mondays - 7 Recipes for the Week Ahead (29 May 2017)

By Jacqueline Meldrum Happy Monday everyone. How are you and how was the start of your week?Last week we were hitting between 26 and 28 degrees Celsius here in Scotland. The sun was splitting the pavements as we like to say, but now we’re back to more familiar Scottish weather for May. Yup! It’s raining and a little chilly.I’m sitting in my conservatory typing this up. We just have a wee house so our conservatory which leads out from the kitchen and overlooks the garden is our dining room. It’s my favourite room in the house at the moment. In the winter it …read more

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Mixed Berry Sangria

By Garrett McCord Sangria is one of those things that you hardly need a recipe for – or even a particularly good red wine!
I do have a few slight twists I like use for my own sangria recipe. I like to add berries, like blueberries, raspberries, or strawberries. While apples and oranges are more traditional, I find berries infuse more flavor and color into the wine.
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Rocket Gardens Review

By Sus Davy A few weeks ago, a rather large parcel arrived on my doorstep. It was a package I had been eagerly awaiting for a while. It was my Rocket Gardens delivery. Rocket Gardens was started in 2005, by Mike Kitchen. What started as a few seeds in his garden has now developed into a vegetable and herb seedling delivery service, with all plants starting life on their organic nursery in South Cornwall. They offer selection boxes, from Window Box Garden up to Allotment Garden, and also plant packages (hello pumpkin and squash patch!) When I was offered a Rocket Gardens review …read more

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Nut Lentil Bites | Component Cooking

By Erin Alderson I feel there is no greater go-to recipe for a vegetarian kitchen than a fritter, cake, or bite. Legumes, nuts, and/or grains combined with vegetables in some arrangement that can be baked or fried; it’s easily the star of a recipe. These lentil bites have been around on the site for a couple years now but I felt it worthwhile to share, in one spot, all the ways I use these. I stopped calling them meatballs some time ago, because for the obvious reason: there’s no meat. But also, these bites are so much more versatile than the term ‘meatball’ …read more

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Chicken & Corn Nachos with Jalapeno Dressing

By Karen Burns-Booth 5:2 Diet Recipe – 280 Calories
Weight Watchers – 7 Smart Points

I’m back in the diet wagon! All of these fabulous press trips recently have seen me overindulge, and as I am going away again very soon, I decided it was time to do a few 5:2 diet fast days; so, here is my latest offering for Chicken & Toasted Corn Nachos with Lemon & Jalapeno Yogurt Dressing, an adapted recipe that I spied on the Donna Hay website, who is one of my favourite recipe writers. Her original recipe was at least double the calories (and WW smart points), so …read more

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Ice Cream Cones – Because Egg White Omelets Shouldn’t Be a Thing

By foodwishes@yahoo.com (Chef John) When you make homemade ice cream, you always end up with spare white whites, which just happen to be one of the main ingredients in homemade ice cream cones – and if you think that’s merely an accident, you don’t fully understand how the food Gods operate. They obviously want you to make homemade ice cream cones, since there’s no other good explanation. These are surprisingly easy, and as long as you can wad-up some foil into a cone, there isn’t any special equipment, or tools required. Actually, you really do need to use a silpat to line the …read more

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Oven-Roasted Salmon, Asparagus and New Potatoes

By Elise Bauer My dad pulled out a favorite recipe from his collection of decades old Food & Wine magazine to make and share with “the people on the website.”
A “discussion” then ensued between the rental units for at least half an hour along the lines of “What do you mean this is a favorite recipe? You always told me you didn’t like salmon.” “What are you talking about? I used to make this all the time.” “You’ve never made it in this house!…” and so on and so on. Continue reading “Oven-Roasted Salmon, Asparagus and New Potatoes” »
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10 Super Fun Fruit Snacks for Kids

By Grace Today I’m sharing some of my favourite fun food recipes and tutorials for cute and easy fruit snacks. These ideas all make fruit extra fun so they’re great for getting kids to have a go with foods they might be unwilling to try otherwise. Older children might like to try making them themselves too as a fun edible craft that can be eaten at the end!

Last week I had the amazing opportunity to give a talk about healthy eating to the whole of my 9 year old son’s school. We talked about what should (and shouldn’t) be in a healthy …read more

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