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Disney Cars Themed Picnic Recipes

By Grace Hall In honour of my partnership with DisneyLife – the service that gives you Disney movies, TV, books and music, it’s ‘Disney Week’ here on the Eats Amazing blog! Today, on day 3, I’m sharing my fun Disney Pixar Cars themed picnic recipes. If you have a Cars fan in the house, (big or small!) they’ll love these…
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Summer Vegetable Pasta with Chickpeas

By Erin Alderson While some of my recipes stem from wonderful restaurant dishes, others are created out of disappointment. Take for example this vegetable pasta dish. I had gone to a favorite restaurant of mine, ordered their seasonal veg-friendly pasta, and received one of the most disappointing meals I’ve had in some time. The ratio of pasta to vegetables sat somewhere around 10:1 and there was no sauce. None. I’m not one for overly sauce pasta but this took that to an extreme. And so, I set out to right that pasta dish with an easy summer recipe. I love tossing all the …read more

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Baked Cherry French Toast Casserole

By Simply Recipes Partners This post is brought to you in partnership with Northwest Cherry Growers.
Don’t you wish you could eat cherries all year round?
Unfortunately, the season for juicy, sweet Northwest cherries is a short one, lasting only from June until August. But fortunately, cherries freeze exceptionally well.
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Disney Tangled Themed Picnic Recipes

By Grace Hall Following on from the Winnie the Pooh Picnic that I shared yesterday, I’m so excited about my partnership with DisneyLife – the service that gives you Disney movies, TV, books and music – that I’m declaring this week ‘Disney Week’ here on the Eats Amazing blog! Each day I’m going to share another of my 5 fun…
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Meat Free Mondays August 2017

By Jacqueline Meldrum Happy Monday!How are you? How has your week been?I’ve had a super busy week, yes I know, what’s new? Not much to share though.I usually start the post with a photo of food, but I thought I’d share a photo of my kitchen instead to show you just how small it is. See the sink there. The draining board takes you right to the kitchen door, that leads into my conservatory which we use as a dining room, overlooking the garden.Yes, it’s that small. Now imagine it a bit more packed with gadgets. I don’t that microwave any …read more

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Fresh Salmon Cakes with Spicy Mayo

By Sheryl Julian My mother loved to mix canned salmon with a few seasonings and shape it into cakes headed for a hot skillet. This meal thrilled us as kids and it was an easy cooking night for her.
Now I make salmon cakes with fresh cooked salmon, which only adds a few minutes to the prep time and makes incredibly moist cakes. This is also a great way to use up leftover salmon from another meal!
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Oh Yeah, I’m on Vacation!

By foodwishes@yahoo.com (Chef John) I must have been so excited about going over 2 million subscribers on YouTube that I completely forgot to publish the traditional, “Chef John is Vacation” post. Okay, that’s probably not the actual reason, but I did want to mention it. Hard to believe we have that many people following the channel, and that’s without the help of any Russian bots. Anyway, I’m on break this week as well, but will be back at it next week with two brand new videos. Stay tuned!.

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Winnie the Pooh Picnic Recipes

By Grace Hall Today I’m really excited to be sharing an amazing project that I’ve been working on recently, which is all about making family picnics even more magical for your children this summer! I’m working with DisneyLife – the service that gives you Disney movies, TV, books and music – to show you how to make 5…
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Tomato Corona Bean Salad

By Erin Alderson It is rare that my lunch is a something I’ve made before. Lunch is my time to throw together whatever bits and pieces are around. Sometimes these combinations are not good but other times, they turn into delicious meals that I end up sharing here. This tomato bean salad is a perfect example. I made a similar salad some time back but the addition of fresh tomatoes really upped the overall recipe. I’m also a sucker for these and see the recipe.The post Tomato Corona Bean Salad appeared first on Naturally Ella. …read more

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Spatchcocked Grilled Chicken with Orange and Ginger

By Sally Vargas This chicken with a funny name (“spatchcocked”?!) is a boon for grillers.
Spatchcocked chickens say moist when grilled over low heat – no fear of dry, tasteless grilled chicken with this recipe!
Combine this with a tasty ginger-orange marinade, and you’ve got one fantastic summer meal.
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How to Spatchcock (Butterfly) a Chicken

By Emma Christensen Have you ever spatchcocked a chicken before? It’s surprisingly easy! It’s also exactly the same as butterflying a chicken, but with a name that is way more fun to say.
There are two major advantages to spatchcocking a chicken that, for me, put this method head and shoulders above all others.
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Roast Vegetable and Hummus Pizza (vegan and dairy-free)

By Jacqueline Meldrum I had you at pizza didn’t I?If you’re anything like us you love pizza. Our standard choice is a Margherita pizza with added veggies, but today we decided to try something different and went for a blond pizza with roast vegetables and hummus.The truth is we’ve had pizza twice this week. Cooper wanted to make pizza from scratch so he and I both worked on a dough and we ended up with too much pizza for one night.The first night we had it our favourite way. Our homemade thin pizza base, topped with my whizz bang pizza (blender) sauce, then …read more

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Easy Banana ‘Hot Dogs’ Recipe

By Grace Hall Looking for a fun and easy dessert for the kids? You need Banana ‘Hot Dogs’ (or Banana Dogs?!) in your life! This fun healthier dessert recipe is perfect for summer party food and BBQ’s, it’s so easy to put together and a real crowd pleaser. If you have any trouble loading the tutorial video above, click…
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Fig Jam Flatbread with Roasted Garlic

By Erin Alderson One of the reasons I like eating out is to explore ideas I would have never thought to make myself. I think this has been one of the exciting things about living in Sacramento- there are a ton of good restaurants. On one of our outings, we stumbled upon a pizza joint that was a bit surprising in taste (as the decor didn’t quite match). My husband and I both ordered this fig pizza with cheese (and prosciutto for him). It was amazing. Ever since then, I’ll occasionally recreate it in flatbread form for a light dinner. It’s a sweeter …read more

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Buttermilk Biscuits with Sausage Gravy

By Karen Burns-Booth Light and Flaky Buttermilk Biscuits with Southern Style Sausage Gravy – These fabulous Biscuits are perfect with creamy sausage gravy for breakfast & brunch or for Cast Iron Casseroles.

Southern Style Breakfast & Brunch Recipes

When is a Biscuit a Scone and a Cookie a Biscuit?
Biscuit is a term used for a variety of primarily flour-based baked food products. The term is applied to two distinct products in North America and the Commonwealth of Nations and Europe. The North American biscuit is typically a soft quick bread, similar to British scone. Other types of biscuit as found in Europe and Australasia, are …read more

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30 Gorgeous Green Smoothies You Need To Try

By Sus Davy Wahey, summer is officially here (or is it?). While I adore the heat, it’s important to stay hydrated and energised, as the heat can really wipe you out, that’s why I have put together this list of 30 Gorgeous Green Smoothies you need to try. One smoothie a day for a month, let’s give it a go shall we?
Smoothies are a great all round drink. Have them for breakfast, a snack or a lighter evening meal if you’re too hot too cook. I like to load mine up with greens to get my 5 a day in, or oats for …read more

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Chocolate Cauliflower Ice Lollies {Vegan & Veggie Desserts + Cakes Cookbook Review}

By Bintu What do you get when you mix together some veggies and cacao powder? Well, some rather awesome chocolate cauliflower ice lollies of course. And if you add in some extra melted chocolate and sprinkles, well you get something beyond awesome.
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No-Bake Chocolate and Peanut Butter Cookies

By Cindy Rahe No bake cookies will always and forever remind me of my mom, who made tons of them when my brother and I were teenagers — probably because they were super easy, could be made with pantry staples, and were perfect for that time between extra-curriculars and dinner.
Plus, they included both cocoa and peanut butter, which is basically one of the best combinations ever.
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Best Tomato and Basil Pasta Sauce

By Jacqueline Meldrum Best ever?Yep! I would say so. I started making fresh tomato and basil sauce for pasta when I was a student. It was an easy sauce I could make to feed myself and my friends, even when my boyfriend (husband now) would invite bands to stay in our student flat and I would end up feeding a dozen hungry lads.Over the years the sauce has been tweaked to what I like to think is the best version of it. Back in my student days I would never have added red wine to a sauce as it was too much of …read more

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