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Garlic Noodles – Roasted Garlic Crab Sold Separately

By foodwishes@yahoo.com (Chef John) These deceptively simple, yet devastatingly delicious garlic noodles were invented in San Francisco, at a restaurant called, Thanh Long, back in the 70’s. Usually served with roasted Dungeness crab, the actual recipe is a very closely guarded family secret, but after lots of investigation, and even more experimentation, I think this is very close, at least for a non-MSG laced version. Apparently, one of their “secret” ingredients is something called, Maggi Seasoning Sauce, which I decided not to use, since I’m not sure how easy it is for the average person to find. Besides, I think my assortment of savory, …read more

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Sweet Clementine & Bitter Orange Crêpes

By Karen Burns-Booth Sweet Clementine & Bitter Orange Crêpes – Delicious golden, lacy pancakes served with warm sweet clementines in a bitter orange marmalade sauce with Grand Marnier as a boozy option! These pancakes are fabulous for breakfast or brunch, but would also make a lovely dinner party dessert too.

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My recipe today for Sweet Clementine & Bitter Orange Crêpes comes just after Valentine’s Day I know, but there doesn’t have to be a “designated” romantic day to make these delicious seasonal pancakes. I say seasonal, as I always think of January and February being the best time …read more

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Easy Egg & Cress Mini Tortilla Cups Recipe

By Grace Hall This month I’ve been working with My Fairy Garden, who commissioned me to create three fun new recipes to complement their brand new Fairy Garden kit, the Fairy Kitchen Garden. I’m sharing the first of them today in this post – a cute Fairy Kitchen Garden inspired egg and cress flower tortilla cups recipe.

This was such a fun project to work on – my 5 year old was particularly excited to grow some real food in his very own mini garden!
The Fairy Kitchen Garden kit includes a windowsill planter, picket fence with opening gate, a beautiful fairy house with removable …read more

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Fried Egg Cauliflower Grain Bowl

By Erin Alderson Post sponsored by Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs. See below for more details.It is really amazing that I do not have more grain bowl recipes on this site. A grain bowl is by far the biggest staple meal for our family. Need a filling breakfast? Grain bowl! How about a last-minute dinner made from leftovers? Grain bowl!You can practically make a grain bowl any way but I have a few tips that might help you make it even better or easier!) For starters, try using components. Whip up some roasted vegetables and grains on the weekend, making this a practically …read more

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Fun Love Emoji Frozen Yogurt Bites Recipe

By Grace Hall Happy Valentines Day! I have one final Valentines recipe for this year to share with you today – these fun love emoji frozen yogurt bites!

I’ve really enjoyed creating several fun emoji themed food ideas in the run-up to Valentines Day this year – first we had love emoji cupcakes, then love emoji oranges, and now these fun emoji inspired yogurt bites!

These cute yogurt bites are super easy to make and are perfect for after school snacks or a fun Valentines dessert. My boys absolutely loved this recipe and I’ve had several requests to make them again in the last week …read more

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Heart Themed Easy Vegetable Kebabs for Kids

By Grace Hall Today’s Valentines recipe is super simple – cute heart themed easy vegetable kebabs for kids!
These fun skewers are a great way to serve up salad vegetables for kids, and best of all they are no-cook, so perfect for a quick snack or fun and healthy lunch box side.

I cut my vegetables into heart shapes to celebrate Valentines Day, but you can use any shapes you like, or just use ‘as they come’ chunks for zero waste!

These easy vegetable skewers are allergy friendly and great for healthy party food for kids – try cutting them into stars, flowers or fish shapes …read more

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Easy Carrot & Mixed Vegetable Soup - 5:2 diet

By Jacqueline Meldrum An easy carrot and mixed vegetable soup to use up leftover vegetables in your fridge or frozen mixed vegetables. Perfect for lunch or dinner.

I’m making a big pot of soup every week. It’s still cold here in Scotland and although we’re enjoying crisp, bright days, the sun rises late and sinks again before we get home at night. It’s definitely soup season.
Today I bring you a flavourful carrot and mixed vegetable soup.
I was initially going to make a carrot and coriander soup, but I spotted a…
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4 Ingredient Easy Pineapple Upside-Down Cake {Vegan & Fat Free}

By Helen This pineapple upside-down is so easy to make – it uses just 4 ingredients and needs no special equipment – tastes delicious and keeps well too. Not only that but it is vegan and fat free. This post contains detailed step by step notes and tips to enable anyone to make this cake. No cake mix.
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Heart Themed Muffin Tin Meal for Valentines Day

By Grace Hall Today’s fun Valentines food idea is for a cute and easy heart themed muffin tin meal. As soon as I saw this pretty heart muffin tin I knew that I’d be using it for a fun Valentines muffin tin meal as well as for baking!

Muffin tins make a great fun alternative to a plate and my kids always love the novelty of a muffin tin meal.
Having a number of compartments to fill is great way to encourage you to find a good variety of foods to serve up, and they can be especially appreciated by picky eaters who don’t …read more

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Vegan Baked Beans on Toast

By Erin Alderson For whatever reason, I feel like I’ve made it my mission to share the joy of beans on toast. I realize, it’s a bit of a funny mission. However, beans on toast is a magical thing and if you like beans, you should eat them on toast.Growing up in the midwest, baked beans were a thing for nearly every family get-together. And yet, I never ate them. I avoided them, in fact. I’m not sure if it was the flavor, the texture, or just that I wasn’t a big fan of any bean. Luckily all of that has changed and …read more

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“Burnt” Basque Cheesecake - Yes, On Purpose

By foodwishes@yahoo.com (Chef John) This “burnt” Basque cheesecake is one of the rare trendy recipes that I’m actually posting while it’s still trendy. I usually wait like three or four years, and by that time people have lost interest, and it seems like I’m doing it to be ironic. Well, this time the hype got to me, and now I understand why all the fuss. By cooking the cheesecake in a very hot oven, we get a beautiful, dark exterior, which not only looks great, but the bittersweet notes it provides makes the light, creamy cheesecake inside seem even more rich, and flavorful. Besides …read more

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Heart Shaped Mini Naan Bread Pizzas Recipe

By Grace Hall Today I have a really quick and easy pizza recipe for you that is perfect for lunch boxes, party food or a fun after school snack! These cute little naan bread pizza bites are really easy to make and they’re great for using up leftover naan bread too.

As Valentines Day is fast approaching, we cut our pizza bites into heart shapes, but you could use any shape you want – from circles to stars to plain triangles, you could make pizza bites to suit any theme or holiday!
I’ve been making variations on these naan pizza bites since my boys were …read more

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