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Apple and Shrimp Summer Rolls – Bright and Light and Tasty
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Light, bright, and fresh, these Apple and Shrimp Summer Rolls are simple to make and a delight to eat (with some good tips for assembling them). Using a crisp, non-browning variety of apple makes it a breeze to prepare these … Continue reading → The post Apple and Shrimp Summer Rolls ...
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Caramelized Pork Rice Bowls: A Taste of Vietnam
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Sweet, spicy, and crunchy-chewy, this quick and easy version of Vietnamese caramelized pork is a flavour bomb. Pile it into a bowl on top of cooked rice, add a few fresh veggies or roasted peanuts, and you’ve got a fantastic … Continue reading → The post Caramelized Pork Rice Bo...
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Chestnut Soup (Maronensuppe) with Stilton Toasts
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Chestnuts are a special treat available around the holiday season. Turn them into this delicate and elegant chestnut soup. It’s creamy and slightly sweet from the chestnuts – so unusual and delicious. Serve the soup with little toasts covered in … Continue reading → The po...
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Bethmännchen – German Marzipan Cookies
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Bethmännchen are a traditional German Christmas cookie from the Frankfurt area. These delightfully chewy little morsels of baked marzipan are a fantastic addition to your holiday baking platter (and delicious all year long, too). Their classic shape and name have … Continue reading → ...
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Stollen, the Classic German Christmas Cake (It’s a ‘Quarkstollen’, a Quicker Version)
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A traditional German Stollen, that raisin-studded, marzipan-filled, powder sugar coated, sweet bread always signals Christmas to me. A slice of this fruity loaf with a cup of milky tea or coffee makes a festive light breakfast or delicious afternoon snack. … Continue reading → The pos...
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Stuffed Turkey Breast (Wrapped in Bacon!)
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A rolled, sausage stuffed turkey breast wrapped in a fancy bacon mantle is a unique and delicious way to serve turkey to a smaller crowd. Whether it’s the star of the show for an intimate holiday feast or for an … Continue reading → The post Stuffed Turkey Breast (Wrapped in Bac...
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Túrós Csusza (Pasta with Cottage Cheese): A Taste of Hungary
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Turos Csusza is the Hungarian version of mac and cheese; pure, indulgent comfort food. Scraps of pasta tossed with creamy cottage cheese and tangy sour cream are then topped with crispy fried bacon – what’s not to love? It’s pasta, … Continue reading → The post Túrós...
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How to Make Mashed Potatoes – a Simple Classic
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Creamy, fluffy, and comforting, mashed potatoes are a beloved part of many meals, from full-on holiday feasts to basic weeknight family dinners. Check out how to make mashed potatoes easily with a few simple tricks, and you can always wow … Continue reading → The post How to Make Mash...
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Roasted Cauliflower with Rainbow Jeweled Toppings
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Smoky roasted cauliflower is an irresistible dish all on its own, but when you dress it up with a tangy drizzle sauce and strew it with rich pine nuts, sparkling pomegranate seeds, and green herb flecks, you have a rainbow-bright … Continue reading → The post Roasted Cauliflower with ...
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Make Ahead Gluten Free Turkey Gravy
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How to avoid stress during holiday entertaining? Make a luscious and flavorful gluten free turkey gravy ahead of time! Then when the big day arrives, you can just reheat it and have more time to enjoy your guests and get … Continue reading → The post Make Ahead Gluten Free Turkey Grav...
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Sausage and Butternut Squash Soup – Winter Belly Warmer
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A big bowl of Sausage and Butternut Squash Soup warms your insides when the outside turns wild and wintery. Nubbins of zesty Italian sausage, slices of brown mushrooms, and chunks of sweet orange squash cozy up in a savoury broth … Continue reading → The post Sausage and Butternut Squ...
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Bratwurst Bake with Spanish Sweet Onions & Grapes
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When the temperature gets cooler outside, there’s a cozy comfort in feasting on a warm, savoury dinner roasted on a sheet pan, all browned and soft with crispy bits to nibble on. This Bratwurst Bake with flavourful German sausages tucked … Continue reading → The post Bratwurst B...
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Rice and Peas (Coconut Rice and Red Beans): A Taste of Jamaica
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‘Rice and peas’ is a Jamaican staple. This classic comfort food consisting of flavourful coconut rice cooked with red kidney beans (called ‘peas’ in the Caribbean) and spices is a healthy, fiber-and-protein-rich side dish or complete meal by itself. (Skip … Continue ...
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Tomatensalat (German Tomato Salad)
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A simple tomato salad dressed with a bright and tangy dressing in the German style is a way to enjoy the tomato crop at the height of the season, or well after, if you’ve stored some of your luscious garden-ripe … Continue reading → The post Tomatensalat (German Tomato Salad) ap...
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Pumpkin Baked-Oatmeal Muffins – Breakfast in your Hand
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These flourless Baked-Oatmeal Muffins are like eating a bowl of creamy oatmeal in muffin form. They’re filled with nutritious pumpkin and lots of nubbly oats, warmly spiced, and only lightly sweetened. You can feel good about grabbing one or two … Continue reading → The post Pum...
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