Vegan Cowboy Beans & Potato Bake

By Jacqueline Meldrum A simple one-pot recipe for cowboy beans. Oven-cooked in one dish, this is a real fuss-free family dinner.I needed a name for this savoury bake recipe. It’s basically beans and sausages so it had to be cowboy beans. I have no particular knowledge about cowboys and what they eat apart from the black and white cowboy films with John Wayne I watched with my dad as a child.Did they eat cowboy beans? Maybe! They certainly seemed to cook bean dishes in a pot over their fire.So I’m calling these cowboy beans and on doing some research I realised I was …read more

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Fun Food for Children at Go! Organic Festival

By Grace Hall Disclosure: This blog post was commissioned by Honest® Kids. I was compensated for my time and the cost of ingredients, however all opinions expressed in this post are my own.
If you follow Eats Amazing on Instagram you may have spotted in my Instagram stories that earlier this month I packed up my fun food tools and headed off to Go! Organic festival in London. I was there for a day of fantastic food workshops with Honest® Kids and I had such a great day!

You may have also seen from previous blog posts that I’ve been working with Honest® Kids this …read more

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Three cheese eggplant parmesan pasta bake

By Becca @ Amuse Your Bouche A hearty version of the classic Italian dish melanzane alla parmigiana, this eggplant parmesan pasta bake is made with three different cheeses to make for an irresistible dinner.

Melanzane alla parmigiana / eggplant parmesan is one of my favourite dishes of all time – aubergine (eggplant), tomato and cheese is a classic combination of ingredients that never fails. But me being me, I do sometimes crave something a bit carby to go with it, and while serving some crusty bread on the side is always a winner, this time I thought I’d turn it into a cheesy pasta bake instead. This …read more

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Autumn Fruit Salad Recipe with Edible Autumn Leaves

By Grace Hall This pretty autumn leaf fruit salad recipe makes a lovely breakfast, snack or dessert, and you can even pack it in a lunch box for a fun and healthy autumn treat!

It’s quick and easy to put together and has a really simple 2 ingredient dressing that is sweet and child friendly.

The whole recipe is easy enough for a child to make, with minimal chopping and preparation needed. Older children can help to slice the grapes and cut out the yummy edible autumn leaves and little ones can help prepare the clementines, whisk the dressing and put the fruit salad together.

Autumn …read more

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Detroit-Style Pizza – This "Rock City" Pizza Rocks

By (Chef John) The next time you hear people arguing about whether Chicagoor New York has the best pizza, politely interrupt them, and make sure they know about Detroit-style, since it really should be part of the discussion. And by discussion, I mean heated argument. Even though Detroit-style pizza is often referred to as “deep dish,” I don’t think that accurately captures the essence of this crispy, crusty, crazy-good slice. It has flavor elements of a slightly charred, blistered, thin-crust pizza, with the texture of light, airy focaccia. Plus, if you use the properly shaped pan, the edges of your crust get wonderfully …read more

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Double Olive Pizza with Sausage and Arugula [Sponsored Post]

By Irvin This double olive pizza with sausage and arugula is a great and easy weeknight dinner when you make it with store-bought pizza dough! (Jump directly to the recipe.)

This post was sponsored by the Lindsay Olives. I was compensated for this post and for developing the recipe. However, all opinions below are completely my own and not endorsed by Lindsay Olives.
If you follow me on Instagram you know that I have mixed feelings about the month of September. It’s marks the end of Summer official and the start of Autumn. Perhaps if I lived in a city with deciduous trees that …read more

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October Instant Pot Meal Plan

By Bintu Folks, I am a planner. I plan Christmas gifts in June, summer holidays in January and meals as far in advance as I can. If I could plan every day of the rest of my life, I would. (That is perfectly normal, right??)
So why not share my love for planning with you? In this post, I’ve put together the BEST Instant Pot meal plan post on the Internet (or at least I’d like to think so…….).
Continue reading October Instant Pot Meal Plan at Recipes From A Pantry. …read more

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Cuatro Sombras: 1 year after Maria event

By Paola Zaragoza Cardenales Pirilo

Cuatro Sombras


The Event
Mikol Hoffman Social Media Manager of Café Cuatro Sombras invited me to their event commemorating 1 year of Hurricane Maria. I immediately said yes because the last time I went there I was in the Flavors of San Juan Tour and stopped here for a brief time to taste their coffee. Also, I had tasted their coffee in the Coffee and Chocolate Expo and fell in love with it. The event was held in their back lab, which is a space for special events like this one. They had coffee (of course), food and coffee …read more

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10 Easy Ways to Eat Organic Food on a Budget

By Grace Hall Today I’m sharing some easy tips for helping you to feed your family more organic food on a budget.
Like many parents, I would love to feed my children organic food 100% of the time, but let’s be completely honest, it’s not always realistic or possible. Organic food can be more expensive and historically it hasn’t always been so easy to find, although thankfully organic food is much more readily available in the shops than it used to be. Just because it can be a little trickier, it doesn’t mean we should just give up on the idea though!

You may …read more

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The Joy of Being in the Kitchen this Autumn

By Karen Burns-Booth Finding the Joy of Being in the Kitchen This Autumn – With the arrival of autumn, we may find ourselves spending more time at home than we did during the summer, with cosy supper recipes and preserving the season.
With the arrival of autumn, we’re all going to find ourselves spending more time at home than we did during the summer. For the next few months, until the return of spring, we will be cooking heartier meals comprising soups, stews and casseroles, as well as preserving autumn’s bounty whilst getting into the rhythm of the season. But what can you do …read more

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Mini Beef Wellingtons with Boozy Berry Sauce

By Karen Burns-Booth Mini Beef Wellingtons with Boozy Berry Sauce – These individual Beef Wellingtons would be perfect for any Staying In-In dinner party, or for Christmas and New Year, as well as for an elegant picnic. Made with ready-made puff pastry, they are a breeze to make and yet look professional and intricate.

Staying In-In

I LOVE the concept of “Staying In-In” which seems to be very popular right now; basically, it’s all about staying in, as in staying at home, with good food and wine, good friends and treasured family. The food is an essential part of “Staying In-In” as it forms …read more

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