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Classic spaghetti with tomato sauce is a family favorite. Here it gets a crispy boost from toasted panko breadcrumbs and garlic. For this quick meal, I’ve added beef strips. Once the spaghetti is boiled, the rest of the meal is made in one pan. I like to use panko breadcrumbs. They’re made from crustless white bread that is processed into flakes and then dried. They add a crisp texture. Serve ...

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Tik Tok is the place to be for food trends. The app gave us whipped coffee, feta pasta and that insanely helpful tortilla hack... but the latest craze dominating the internet is oatmeal. Sure, when you think of oatmeal your mind probably wanders to a bowl of soggy oats that your parents convinced you was a top tier breakfast back in the day.

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While you can always head to your favorite cafe to partake in this particular soup, with this copycat Panera Bread recipe you can have bowls and bowls of broccoli cheddar soup at home in just about one hour.

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Whether you’ ve always had a passion for baking or just want to get better at making delicious treats, then the best way to improve your skills is to start off easy. Banana bread is a simple dessert you can make using ingredients that you probably already have in your kitchen pantry. Banana Bread Recipes for Every Day of the Week.

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Meal kit services have been around for years, but there are so many options that it can be overwhelming to figure out which one to choose. To help cut through the noise, I tried nine different meal kits that cater to various types of home chefs so you don't have to. I’ ll be posting an honest review about my experience with a different meal kit every Monday.

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Although margaritas are often relegated to breezy spring happy hours and sipping near the beach, the drink’ s official day of recognition is on February 22. The chilly weather and freshly fallen snow might have you daydreaming about hot cocoa and Irish coffee, but sometimes the only way to beat the cold is to transport your mind to summer and no drink does that...

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MINNEAPOLIS — Can there be such a thing as too much pizza? Scott Poepard has sampled the goods from some 700 pizzerias across the U.S., and he's not even close to reaching his limit. A driver of a refrigerated van, Poepard, of White Bear Lake, Minnesota, rescues unused food from large food distributors in the Upper Midwest and gets it to restaurants that can use it. While hauling pallets of ...

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A well-cooked pot of beans can be summed up in two words — humble and hearty. Dried or canned beans don't need many frills to provide warmth and comfort or extra trips to specialty stores. Toss in aromatics like garlic and onion along with herbs, if you have any, and seasonings like salt, paprika, ground turmeric or garam masala. To bulk up the dish, please vegetarians by adding carrots, ...

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The Lenten season is upon us, and that means observers are eating fish on Fridays. If you're a fan of church fish fries, you're probably going to have to content yourself with cod, as many parishes are drastically scaling back their menus because of the coronavirus pandemic. But if a nice piece of salmon beckons instead, try this recipe. It's simple and healthy, bringing together farro, ...

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Even this deep into winter, I still crave the flavors coaxed from winter vegetables. Root vegetables, such as turnips and parsnips, easily transform into roasted sides, soups and mashes. Potatoes offer exquisite comfort in any form. Cabbage, one of the world’s most versatile vegetables, single-handedly eliminates boredom in the kitchen and at the table. A recent trip to a large supermarket ...

Ah, the taste of butternut squash. Brings you to the simple times, where leaves were changing colors and falling, and much of the country wasn’t in the middle of a polar vortex. From the Ground UP Butternut Squash Crackers transfer you back to simple times with the simple square. A real treat for those who can’t — or won’t — eat gluten, From the Ground UP provides you with your own gluten-free ...

When I planted a lemon tree in my yard a decade ago, it seemed like a great idea. Eventually, I figured, I’d have all the lemons I could handle. And how. After several years of modest harvest, the tree exploded last year. This season, there are at least 50 lemons on it — and these are Meyer lemons, sweeter than grocery store lemons and nearly the size of grapefruits. Last year, I juiced the ...

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At Brooklyn's BUKA, West African Authenticity Is On the Menu. Lookman Afolayan has been the chef and owner of BUKA for 12 years. The dish can be prepared with a variety of proteins, but Afolayan’ s recipe calls for two whole tilapia, a lean fish that’ s native to Africa.

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Are you missing those days of going out to the bar with your friends and grabbing a beer or cocktail after work? We assure you that you’ re not alone. It may be difficult to participate in those activities in the world we’ re living in now, but you could take all this time at home to become your own personal bartender and learn to make some staple drinks, like this easy...

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Serve mushrooms in a creamy sauce over thick egg noodles for this quick vegetarian dinner. The meaty mushrooms add texture and mustard, smoked paprika and dried thyme spice up the flavor. Along with these ingredients, Worcestershire sauce gives the stroganoff a tangy and slightly sweet flavor. The sauce is made with anchovies. To make this a vegetarian recipe, several vegan or vegetarian ...

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