Month: December 2017

Pot roast is such a comforting, all-American dish; you almost don’t want to mess with it. Almost. When you add North African ingredients such as turmeric, ginger, cumin and coriander, along with pomegranate juice (for a little sweetness), you end up with something new, a bit exotic, and altogether fantastic! Continue reading “Moroccan Pot Roast”
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If you go to France and never learn a word of the language, at the very least you should come home knowing the names of the two most popular cafe sandwiches: Croque Monsieur and Croque Madame. These are both toasted sandwiches made with ham and cheese – “croque” roughly translates as “crunch” or “crunchy.” The
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This month, Summer Miller is back and excited to share her family’s meal plans for December. Happy holidays, everyone! My general philosophy is to eat as healthy as I can, most of the time. For me, this means that not much is actually off limits, but I focus more on eating in moderation. When planning our meals
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This post is brought to you in partnership with Mission Foods. Show of hands — who is here to watch the game…. ok, now, who is here for the food?! Yup, that’s about what we figured. Not to say you can’t enjoy all the touch downs, field goals, and extra points happening on the screen, but what’s
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This chickpea curry is so flavorful, yet so simple to prepare. Just a few minutes of prep and a press of a button on the slow cooker, and the next thing you know, the smell of curry is wafting through the kitchen. This dish is vegan, gluten-free, and immensely delicious. To build flavor without piling
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You’ve got the main event covered—some kind of roasted meat, right? But what to serve alongside? Well, here are our ten best suggestions to go with lamb, prime rib, glazed ham, or turkey! Continue reading “10 Best Side Dishes to Serve with a Holiday Roast” » Simply Recipes
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Kale, oh kale. The craze for kale has not abated, and I, for one, am glad about it. If the general public can embrace kale, who knows what culinary boundaries we can cross together in the future? Kale has long been a popular vegetable in New England since it can be grown all year round
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This month, Summer Miller is back and excited to share her family’s meal plans for December. Happy holidays, everyone! I try to feed my family a few dishes I know they will like each week, combined with a few new items I hope they will try. I’m a big believer in food love by association. So far,
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What can you make with almondmilk? What CAN’T you make?! Check out this round-up of recipes from Almond Breeze: Lemon Almond Bread, Creamy Garlic Pasta, Scalloped Potatoes, and more. P.S. Try the Almond Cashew Blend from Almond Breeze to add extra creaminess to these recipes! Continue reading “14 Recipes to Make with AlmondMilk” » Simply
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Do you hate crowds? Do you have gift-giving anxiety? I do. In fact, I’ll do almost anything to stay out of the stores during the holidays. My friends all know that they will receive a gift, but that gift will come from my kitchen. Continue reading “Homemade Hot Cocoa Mix” » Simply Recipes
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