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Brownie Ice Cream Sandwiches [Sponsored Post]

By Irvin These Brownie Ice Cream Sandwiches have an extra coating of homemade Strawberry Sprinkles which makes them the perfect summer treat! (Jump directly to the recipe.)

This post was sponsored by Clover Sonoma. I was compensated for this post and for developing the recipe. However, all opinions below are completely my own.
Summer is officially here and I for one am SO. EXCITED. I plan on subsisting on a diet of berries, summer stone fruit and ice cream for the next couple of months. True, it’s not a huge shift from my usual diet but when summer hits, I feel like stocking up …read more

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Homemade Breadcrumbs + 3 Ways to Use Them

By Erin Alderson I realize that of all the recipes I could share, breadcrumbs may seem like the least cool thing. Plus, do a search on the internet and there are thousands of different ways people make breadcrumbs. Yet, I’m sharing anyway. Primarily because it’s less important how you make breadcrumbs. It’s more important that you do it and you have a few ways in your repertoire to use them.
I’m really the only bread-eater in our house and while I try and freeze bread, I still end up with a stale, end-of-loaf piece. Of course, these breadcrumbs don’t have to wait until you …read more

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Meal Plan for June Week 3

By Marta Rivera This month, we welcome back Marta Rivera for more of her meal plans. Marta is a trained chef, mom of twins, and Army wife – and she is also one of our Simply Recipes recipe testers!
Mid-June in Central Texas brings a whole new meaning to “The Dog Days of Summer.” It is HOT, y’all!
Because of that, I’m looking to create meals that require little to no heat in the kitchen, those that will cool me down, and others that I can set and forget. I’m so glad for sweet tea and cool breezes!
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Non Alcoholic Sangria (Sangria Mocktail)

By Bintu Believe me when I say right here and right now that there is no better drink than this Non Alcoholic Sangria.
Bursting with fresh fruity flavours, whipping up a huuuuge jug of this Sangria Mocktail is just the perfect thing for drinks parties, brunches, children’s teas parties, summer picnic, weddings and just for a good all get together with long lost friends. Bonus is that it can be made ahead of time, can be doubled or tripled and very easily adapted into a more traditional to a grownup version like this Sangria Cocktail.
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Beet-Cured Salmon Gravlax – Easier and Slower Than You Think

By foodwishes@yahoo.com (Chef John) Even though I only do it once every few years or so, making salmon gravlax at home is a fun weekend project, and with very little effort, you can produce some very impressive results. I’ve always done this with the traditional fresh dill sprigs, but after enjoying a beet-stained version at Plaj, I decided to try my hand. And, also stain my hand. If you’re just doing a small tail piece like I did, these times and measurements should get you close to what you see here, but if you’re feeling adventurous, and want to do something larger, then you …read more

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Puff Pastry Tomato, Onion & Feta Tart - Vegan Recipe

By Jacqueline Meldrum I love a puff pastry tart. This tomato, onion and feta tart is my latest and it’s definitely a keeper.I call this a tart, but would you call this a pie? We wouldn’t call this a pie here in the UK as a pie has pastry all round, a pastry lid or at least some depth to the filling. I have a feeling it might be a pie elsewhere in the world. What would you call it?Ready Rolled Puff PastryI started this tart with ready rolled puff pastry, because life is too short to make your own puff pastry.If you …read more

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4 Recipes that Prove Why Wild Alaska Seafood is a Great Choice

By Simply Recipes Partners This content was produced in partnership with the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute, a public/private partnership between the state of Alaska and the Alaska seafood industry to promote its wild, natural, and sustainable seafood.
Show of hands: How many of you have stood in front of the fish case, gazing back and forth between your choices and had absolutely no idea what to buy?
We don’t mean just choosing between salmon or halibut for dinner, but what is truly the best choice? Wild-caught or farmed? Pacific or Atlantic fish? Is this particular species being overfished? Is this fish safe to eat? Is it …read more

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What’s in Season in June?

By Elise Bauer Hello June and welcome to month 6 of our Monthly Produce Guide!
With June comes the tail end of spring and the the start of the glorious bountiful summer produce season.
What a month for fruit! Strawberries starting coming in a month ago, and now they are joined by cherries, apricots, and blueberries. It’s the season for tropical fruit as well—pineapples, mangoes, and papaya.
For veggies, we may still find remnants of spring—local asparagus, morels, favas, and sweet peas. The first zucchini of the season arrive, as well as cucumbers, peppers, and even corn. Lettuces abound, along with radishes, carrots, and cauliflower. Continue reading …read more

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COA Eyewear

By Culinary Road Trips Puerto Rico COA Eyewear

Gregg Williamson is the only artisan eyeglass maker in Puerto Rico. He makes very unique pieces personalized to your style. These eyeglasses are pure artistry and no one else will have one of these.

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He does eyeglasses, sunglasses and eyeglass-sunglass hybrids. He has worked with various materials from wood, steel, plastic, acrylic, recycled materials, and much more. His products are environmentally friendly because he produces almost no waste and makes sure to recycle as much as possible.

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Pan-Fried Turnips with Thyme and Breadcrumbs

By Erin Alderson When spring hits, it’s easy to get excited about asparagus and strawberries. I get it, I do that too. However, there are some other items that deserve your attention. Take for example, the hakurei turnip. These turnips are a bit more mild in flavor compared to the larger variety- and that goes for both the roots and greens.
While you can eat hakurei turnips raw, these pan-fried turnips deserve a try. I don’t like to overcook them but with a nice char on the outside, the flavor is the best of the raw and the cooked flavor. I tried this recipe …read more

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10 Foods Your Dad (Truly) Wants on Father’s Day

By Carrie Havranek Grilled pork chops and steaks–and other typical dude foods—are pretty much a gimme for Father’s Day. So we polled a bunch of our dad friends and decided to find out what they really want to eat on Father’s Day.
Did they want dude food? Did they want something else? Some of the responses are what you might expect – and we’re including a few of those in this round-up as well!—but a few of the answers might surprise you.
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Cheesy Oeufs en Cocotte / Eggs in Pots

By Riz This Cheesy Oeufs en Cocotte recipe is the quick-but-fancy breakfast recipe you’ve been waiting for – baked eggs with cream, melted cheese, sausages, and built-in toast. You heard me, bestie. Built. In. You may have heard this recipe called shirred eggs, oven baked eggs, or eggs in pots. What’s important is, this is delicious, and you can probably have it ready in less than 30 minutes!
Oeufs en Cocotte is one of those breakfast dishes that people seem to completely forget about…that is, until they try it, and remind themselves of what it is they’re missing. And this cheesy version of …read more

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Very veggie oat bars

By Becca @ Amuse Your Bouche My very veggie lentil bake is such a hit that I thought this whole ‘very veggie’ thing could be a bit of a recurring theme here on AYB. Probably a theme that will only recur this once, but still. One batch of these very veggie oat bars contains a whole courgette (zucchini), 3 carrots and 3 spring onions, along with oats, eggs and plenty of grated cheese – all good ingredients to make a good savoury oat bar!

These very veggie oat bars are great for lunch with a dollop of coleslaw and a bit of salad – and they’re tidy …read more

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Sweet Cherry Cobbler

By Cindy Rahe As a kid, I ate a lot of cobblers in the summers when visiting my grandparents. We’d spend days picking ripe fruit from the bushes that grew wild in the hills surrounding their home, and bring it home for Grandma to make into cobbler. I think it was my grandma’s go-to dessert because on a warm day, it’s simply easier and quicker to make than pie—no chilling the pastry!
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Bourbon Pepper Pan Sauce – Learning a Skill That Always Thrills

By foodwishes@yahoo.com (Chef John) Mastering pan sauces is one the easiest things a home cook can to do to raise their culinary game, since it allows one to produce dishes most people only see in restaurants. And not just any restaurants. The really good ones. By the way, if you’re still looking for a Father’s Day gift, a nice bottle of bourbon, with a little splash going to finish a home-cooked steak, would make quite the one-two punch of manly goodness. And, even if your dad isn’t a sitcom stereotype, who doesn’t enjoy a well-executed pan sauce? If you’re making this for meat …read more

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10 Top Tips for Buying Healthy Snacks for Kids #FoodYouCanTrust

By Grace Hall Feeding kids can be a minefield, especially when it comes to choosing healthy snacks – so often we serve up healthy family meals only to fall down in between meals with less than healthy options at snack time! Over the last few years I’ve been trying to mostly offer my boys healthy snacks like fresh fruit, vegetables and yogurt between meals (check out my post with over 75 healthy snack ideas!), but there’s definitely a place for shop bought snacks too, especially when time is short or we’re out of the house.
With this in mind I’ve got some great tips …read more

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