Month: August 2016

My biggest determination of the year is to not let chicken wings be a one-season dish. They are synonymous with football season, but once those 13 weeks of games go by, then poof! Chicken wings are gone from our regular rotation. These miso glazed chicken wings are fit for Game Day, for sure, but they
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Have you ever made a frittata with potatoes before? I love to cut small fingerling potatoes into slices, and then sauté them with onions, red peppers, spinach and scallions. Pour in some eggs and you have an easy, tasty meal. Continue reading “Frittata with Potatoes, Red Peppers, and Spinach” » Vegetarian – Simply Recipes
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Here’s a great picnic salad for the end of summer—with pasta and corn. We don’t usually think of pairing the two, both being starches, but the combo works great, especially when you toss in bacon, bell pepper, green onions, and basil, and tie everything together with buttermilk ranch dressing. Continue reading “Pasta Salad with Corn, Bacon,
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This one goes out to all of you who really want to make jam, but just lack the time, energy, counter space, or mental fortitude for a large canning project. Microwave jam is ready in under 20 minutes and makes one perfect little jar of jammy goodness. Here’s everything you need to know. Continue reading “How To Make
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If there is one thing you can count on during the summer, it’s zucchini, and plenty of it! These cheesy little zucchini bites are a great way to put all that zucchini to use. They’re like tater tots, but made with zucchini, in a mini muffin pan. They’re sort of a riff off our broccoli
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If there is one thing you can count on during the summer, it’s zucchini, and plenty of it! These cheesy little zucchini bites are a great way to put all that zucchini to use. They’re like tater tots, but made with zucchini, in a mini muffin pan. They’re sort of a riff off our broccoli
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Rolling this cookie dough in my hands makes me so happy. I’m immediately thrust back to grade school, making cookies with my mom and my friends. I love biting into the chewy cookie and having those vanilla notes hit my nose. It’s a little bite of nostalgic satisfaction that you can’t get anywhere else. Continue
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When farmers markets abound with colorful, heirloom varieties of tomatoes, it’s time to seize the day. With tomatoes this good, you could easily sit down to a plate of them for dinner every night without a hint of boredom, but why not have at least one other trick up your sleeve? Think of this salad
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This Banana Bread Granola has all the warm comforting flavors of my favorite banana bread recipe (the one right here on Simply Recipes!), but it’s a little more suitable for weekday breakfasts. The brown butter and brown sugar are perfectly matched with toasty oats and walnuts. But the real secret to this granola’s magic is how the diced bananas get
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Thin and crispy oatmeal lace cookies can seem magical if you have never made them before, but they are actually very easy. Just melt sugar and butter, and then add the oats and flour to make a thin batter. Don’t be scared of how thin it seems! The cookies spread and caramelize in the oven,
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After weekends of sun and fun-filled BBQs and excessive feasting with friends, what I crave during the week is what people these days call “clean” eating. I don’t know how that label came about (does this mean we’ve been dirty eating all this time? hmm, maybe I shouldn’t go there). But I do know that when I
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Weeknight dinners can be the most difficult to cook. After a long day of work, I don’t want to spend too much time in the kitchen figuring out what to make for dinner. That’s why Sunday meal prepping can be a beautiful thing, and these easy BBQ Chicken Burrito Bowls are a perfect example. Continue
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