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Slow-Roasted Salmon with Asparagus and Yukon Gold potatoes

Have you ever had amazing BBQ? Whether it’s pulled pork, brisket, or ribs, that shredded, tender, moist, falling-off-the-bone quality comes from cooking the meat low and slow. Real masters of the ‘Q cook their meat over very low temperature (200 … Continue reading

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Black Bean Cakes

It’s a meatless night! What will you be cooking? We’re making our Black Bean Cakes.  Black beans are jam-packed full of nutrition and are so delicious. When we’re in a hurry, we just open a can of beans, rinse and … Continue reading

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Butternut Squash and Apple Soup

Winter is the season for soup. But rather than loading up on fatty, creamy, cheesy soups that go straight to your waist and hips, why not nourish your body and soul with soup that’s bursting with vibrant flavor and just … Continue reading

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9 Tips to Cut your Time in the Kitchen

If you’re like us, you love your time in the kitchen. It’s so much fun to whip up new recipes and cook large batches of food that can be frozen in smaller portions for later use (our own version of … Continue reading

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Wonderful Waffles

Even though National Waffle Day is August 24, we feel like any day is as good as any to enjoy some delicious and nutritious fluffy waffles. If you are a hard core waffle lover, you will love this fun fact. … Continue reading

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Recipe: Tortilla Soup {Gluten-free}

There’s just something about a bowl of tortilla soup that makes you happy. Maybe it’s the smooth and creamy texture. Or the blend of spices that screams, “YUM!” This sound couldn’t be easier to make and is a total crowd-pleaser. … Continue reading

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Quinoa Jambalaya

Quinoa is an amazing grain. Well, technically it’s a fruit, and a relative of spinach and swiss chard, but we consider it a grain. Native to the Andes mountains, Chenopodium quinoa, Wild, has been eaten for over 5,000 years by … Continue reading

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Wild Mushroom Soup with Parmesan Crisps

Mushrooms are one of our favorite foods as they have strong anti-viral, anti-bacterial properties and are associated with decreased cancer risk and the ability to lower cholesterol. Mushrooms are best eaten cooked rather than raw. Guess what? One Portabella mushroom … Continue reading

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Not Your Momma’s Latkes!

“Hanukkah is the festival of lights. Instead of 1 day of presents, we have 8 crazy nights,” begins the famous Adam Sandler “Hanukkah Song.”  Well, Hanukkah is just around the corner, so it’s time to break out the box grater … Continue reading

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Candy Cane Truffles

It’s the holiday season and candy canes pretty much scream “Christmas!” But what do you do with all your candy canes? Besides hanging them from your decorations or taping them to the gift (like our rockin’ breakfast cookbook) you’re wrapping … Continue reading

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