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19 Vegetarian Bowls for Winter

By Erin Alderson There is something amazingly comforting about a bowl full of cooked vegetables. It’s like you’re getting the best of something nourishing and something comforting. It’s also easy to mix, match, and adapt these recipes, making them accessible for weeknight cooking. Below is a list of my favorite vegetarian bowls for winter. Get ready to curl up with the fire going and one of these delicious bowls.

Grain Bowls

I’m not sure what my cooking would look like without grains. They are about the easiest thing to throw into vegetarian bowls and have success. Use as a base for roasted vegetables, add …read more

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Chocolate Chip & Cranberry Snickerdoodle Biscuits – A Festive Twist on an American Classic

By Helen Chocolate chip and cranberry snickerdoodle biscuits are a delicious riff on the cinnamon dusted American cookie classic. An easy bake that is perfect for Christmas!
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Christmas Cracker Festive Turkey Fajitas Recipe

By Grace Hall I’m kicking of the countdown to Christmas here on the Eats Amazing blog with a fun festive fajita recipe today! Fajitas might not be the first thing you think of when it comes to Christmas food, but my fun and creative spin on this classic family meal is perfect for family friendly party food and dinner parties from the run up to Christmas right through to the New Year.
It has a simple child friendly marinade that’s mild enough for little ones but still packed full of flavour so the whole family can enjoy it. Even my fussiest little one loves …read more

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The gluten free life after hurricane Maria

By Culinary Road Trips Puerto Rico After hurricane Maria you might be asking how I’m eating during these days. Here is list of things that are gluten free and where to get them for those having the same or similar issues (like your vegan or vegetarian). I hope this helps.
If you live in the metro area of the island or you are near a supermarket or someone that sells these products. If you don’t live in the metro area or don’t have a supermarket open, there might be a neighbor who is a farmer that might sell these things or a church that collects these things …read more

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Art and wine/ IL nonno

By Culinary Road Trips Puerto Rico At the Italian restaurant Il Nonno there is this really cool activity held during the weekends called art and wine.
It’s a relaxed art class where the instructor takes you step by step to help you draw and chances the picture every course unless by popular demand. He chooses the image and the colors. Everything is provided for you: the paint, apron, canvas, napkins and brushes. With the ticket that you buy you get a 20% discount on the food. So this is a good deal when you worked up your appetite while painting. You have two options for the wine: …read more

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Pressure Cooker Guinness Beef Stew

By Coco Morante You guys, I get so much joy out of converting slow cooker recipes into brand spanking new versions for the electric pressure cooker.
There are so many advantages to doing this! Everything cooks much faster, so there’s no need to plan ahead—yet you can also leave the food on the “Keep Warm” setting if you don’t get to it right away. Total flexibility.
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PROMO Anheuser-Busch produce agua para afectados por el huracán María

By Culinary Road Trips Puerto Rico Comprometidos con el pueblo puertorriqueño, Anheuser-Busch distribuirá agua potable en latas diseñadas específicamente para afectados por el Huracán María
Miles de puertorriqueños continúan sufriendo las consecuencias de no contar con agua potable o energía eléctrica en su día a día, esto tras el paso del huracán María. Con esto en mente, el fabricante de cerveza Anheuser-Busch y su distribuidora local en la Isla, B. Fernández & Hermanos, anunciaron recientemente estarán entregando aproximadamente cuatro mil cajas de agua de emergencia a los afectados que aún no tienen servicios disponibles para el consumo responsable y saludable del agua.
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Broccoli Pesto Couscous Risotto

By Erin Alderson I have a not-so-secret love affair with pearl couscous. I find the texture to be absolutely delightful and since it’s just pasta, it soaks up every bit of flavor around it. I love it in salads, as a base for roasted vegetables, and as a cheater risotto. The couscous works in a similar way to arborio rice in that the starch from the couscous creates a bit of creaminess. Add to that cheese and an easy broccoli pesto, this dish embodies comfort. Best of all, you can make an extra batch of the broccoli puree and have these melts for …read more

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Flaxseed Crackers - Meet the “Flackers”

By foodwishes@yahoo.com (Chef John) I usually try new recipes, or techniques because they sound delicious, or unusual, but once in a while I’ll try something just because it sounds impossible, and that was the case with these flaxseed crackers. I heard that if you mix flaxseeds with an equal amount of water, let it hydrate, spread it thin, and bake it in a low oven, you’ll get light, crispy, and surprisingly tasty crackers. I heard right. I generally like to leave eating seeds to the birds, but these have a very mild nutty/earthy flavor, and while quite light, they’re still study enough to …read more

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40 Recipe Ideas Using Sauces and Condiments and the search for the perfect mayonnaise

By Helen As well as being a delicious accompaniment for food those jars of sauces and condiments in the fridge can make a fantastically versatile ingredient too – here are 40 recipe ideas which use sauces and condiments¬
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Snip Doodles (Snickerdoodle Coffee Cake) + First Look at BraveTart Cookbook

By Irvin Lin “So I have a complaint about your snickerdoodle recipe!” I told New York Times bestselling author Stella Parks as I interviewed her recently at Omnivore Books.
Stella and I have been friends for years, but I had to be honest with her. “How come your snickerdoodle recipe uses baking powder? For me, classic snickerdoodles have baking soda and cream of tartar!”
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Promo Henry’s hard soda

By Culinary Road Trips Puerto Rico Henry’s Hard Soda, is a new line of soda drinks that are made with the same process as beer. They contain 4.2% alchol and for now they have two flavors available in PR: grape and orange. They do have other flavors available, if you check out their website. They have ginger and cherry cola hard soda flavors and they also have some lime and passion fruit sparkling light soda. They are malt based with natural fruit flavors. Since they have malt they are not gluten free. So I’m still silently waiting for an actual good gluten free beer. But either …read more

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Basque-Style Chicken with Peppers and Olives

By Sheryl Julian I thought it would be easy to duplicate the Basque chicken I had several times on the French side of the Basque region (the area straddles the border between France and Spain). But the versions I tried were all so different!
While they always include hot or mild peppers, tomatoes, and something meaty like ham or sausage, it was hard to pin down the mildly spicy sauce I prefer.
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Smoky Chorizo and Butter Bean Hot Pot

By Karen Burns-Booth Smoky Chorizo and Butter Bean Hot Pot – An easy, hearty and comforting dish that uses handy store cupboard and pantry ingredients, such as tinned tomatoes and tinned beans.

Love Canned Food

Winter arrived over the weekend, with sugar-fine snow coating the hills and high ground in the North and the North West of the UK……it was woolly jumper and mittens weather, and my breath hung in the air like a mini frosted cloud when I went outside to cut some fresh herbs. In the evening, as I settled down with a good book and a glass of red wine, my thoughts …read more

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Snowman Chocolate Icebox Cake

By Sally Vargas This chocolate icebox cake was a standby at my grandmother’s house. She made hers in a loaf pan, turned it out, and covered it in icing. Then she served it sliced paper-thin, on the diagonal, which showed off all the delicious layers.
It is no surprise that later in life, with a family of my own, I started making this same cake as a holiday treat.
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CHRISTMAS GIFT GUIDE FOR KIDS 2017

By Bintu So Christmas is almost upon us. The decorations are up (erm, it is never too early), the baking has started, some gifts have been bought, wrapped and rewrapped (because some of us are obsessive like that) and the countdown is on.
For those of you still looking for gifts well look no further. I have put together a guide to Christmas gifts that kids ages 5-11 would love. This include activity kits, techy treats, augmented reality books, colour in clothing and much, much more.
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