Food Blog of the Day Archive
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December 21, 2015
The avgolemono, a Greek technique that involves adding an egg and lemon mixture to thicken hot broth, makes it thicker and more substantial than your average soup, without adding a lot of extra calories. With chicken, chickpeas, and brown rice, it’s filling and warming and lovely.
December 20, 2015
Vegetarian cottage pie or shepherds pie, is a meal that I make fairly regularly as it is so simple, hearty and healthy. Lentils make a great (and very healthy) replacement for meat in a lot of recipes, particularly in warming Winter ones such as stews and pies.
December 19, 2015
We were in the mood for some cheesy Italian comfort food and boy did this HIT. THE. SPOT. The breadcrumb topping with fresh garlic makes this dish absolute heaven. This would be a great one to make for company.
December 18, 2015
I was big fan of persimmons already, but little did I know how fragrant these fruits would be once roasted.
December 17, 2015
My Sweet Potato and Kale Quesadillas are light yet satisfying and they’re positively packed with important nutrients. Plus, it’s also an economical dish as sweet potatoes are usually on sale at the market this time of year.
December 16, 2015
What I love about this dish is that in one mouthful you get sweet butternut squash and cranberries, earthy wild rice and kale, as well as the warm spices and the crunch of the pecans. What more could you want in a dish?
December 15, 2015
Looking for a colorful side dish for your holiday table? Would you also like one that’s tasty and easy to prepare? This Vegan Parmesan Roasted Potatoes & Butternut Squash recipe fits the bill.
December 14, 2015
Fill your house with the aromas of ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves by baking these wonderful treats.
December 13, 2015
This soup was fantastic. Simple and easy with tons of great flavors and fiber you could possibly need in a dish.
December 12, 2015
Antipasto Tortellini Pasta Salad is hearty side dish that is a perfect addition to any holiday meal, loaded with prosciutto, salami, cheese, tomatoes, olives and more!
December 11, 2015
This Apple Pie Lasagna is a no-bake icebox cake that will be your new favorite desserts. Layers of graham cracker, brown sugar cream cheese, whipped cream and plenty of apple pie filling. It’s topped off with caramel and toffee.
December 10, 2015
Meatballs aren’t just for spaghetti and red sauce. This one is Thai inspired and paired with delicious peanut noodles! Yum!
December 9, 2015
These Spicy Tabasco Brownies are one of my go-to dessert recipes when I'm throwing a party or bringing baked goods over to a friend's place. Not any trickier to make than regular brownies, the tiny little touch is still enough to turn the classic into something really special.
December 8, 2015
This dish is the perfect balance of bright vinegary dijon mustard, sweet caramely maple syrup, rich salty butter, fresh woodsy green thyme and parsley, and tender earthy sweet carrots.
December 7, 2015
I’m pretty sure I made my favorite Corn and Potato Chowder recipe about 17,000 times last winter and never once got tired of it or wished I had something different. This year I added some chicken and made a few minor adjustments and I liked this version too!
December 6, 2015
Here is my take on Gambas Al Ajillo or Shrimp in Garlic Sauce. This is great as a starter but can definitely be a main course.
December 5, 2015
I love creamy soups. But I used to get a stomach ache after eating them due to the presence of dairy. Since I no longer eat dairy, I decided to make my own vegan version. Go buy a butternut squash and make the soup. It's delicious.
December 4, 2015
Brunkager, literally ‘brown cookie’, is a Christmas cookie from Denmark. Apparently part of the reason there are so many different Danish Christmas cookies is traditionally you always have to have some to share through December and having a few allows for different tastes.
December 3, 2015
Say hello to your new favorite one skillet chicken dinner that’s topped with a lemon garlic butter cream sauce! I used thin chicken breasts but this recipe would be delicious with boneless chicken thighs too!
December 2, 2015
Japanese Gyoza is distinctly different from Chinese potstickers. Potstickers tend to have a thicker skin and the filling is mostly meat. The Gyoza is thinner and smaller, more of a side dish to complement our rice.