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Bacon and Cabbage


From Our Table To Yours St. Patrick’s Day is synonymous with many things. From parades to parties at the local pub, March 17th is a day enjoyed by Irish and non-Irish alike. But St. Patrick’s Day is also a time to gather with family, and the following recipe for ‘Bacon and Cabbage’ from Margaret M. Johnson’s ‘The Irish Pub Cookbook’ ...

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Recipe for Silken Chicken


Many people aspire to eat light meals that satisfy hunger pangs without creating feelings of fullness. Some may assume light meals must be lacking flavor, but the following recipe for ‘Silken Chicken’ from Madhur Jaffrey’s ‘Quick & Easy Indian Cooking’ (Chronicle Books) is light and packs that familiar flavorful punch that endears Indian cuisine to millions of people across the ...

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Tonkatsu (Crispy Fried Pork Cutlets)


Recipe for Tonkatsu (Crispy Fried Pork Cutlets) Experimentation draws many people to cooking. Amateur cooks who are passionate about food can’t wait for the opportunity to prepare a meal that strays from the norm while testing their culinary skills. Japanese cuisine is beloved the world over, but many non-Japanese people may be hesitant to prepare a favorite Japanese meal at ...

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Taxicab Yellow Tomato Soup With Fresh Basil Pesto


From Our Table To Yours Recipe for Taxicab Yellow Tomato Soup With Fresh Basil Pesto Soup is a versatile dish that can include a vast array of ingredients and even be served in a number of ways. Often an appetizer, soup can work as a dinnertime entree or accompany a sandwich to make for a hearty and fulfilling lunch. Though ...

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Buttermilk Scones


From Our Table To Yours Breakfast In Bed Makes For A Romantic Beginning To Valentine’s Day: Buttermilk Scones Those who want to start their Valentine’s Day off on a romantic foot may want to consider serving breakfast in bed to that special someone. The following recipe for ‘Buttermilk Scones’ from Elisabeth M. Prueitt and Chad Robertson’s ‘Tartine’ (Chronicle Books) can ...

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Slow Roasted Chicken With Potatoes and Herbs


From Our Table To Yours Recipe for Slow Roasted Chicken With Potatoes and Herbs Chicken roasted with potatoes is a classic dish that’s perfect for cold winter nights. But many people shy away from chicken for fear of under- or overcooking the poultry. Undercooking chicken can cause serious illness, while overcooked poultry can be dry and void of flavor. But ...

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Red Chili Braised Short Ribs


From Our Table To Yours Recipe for Red Chili Braised Short Ribs In 2016, more than 111 million viewers in the United States tuned in to watch the Carolina Panthers play the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 50. The viewership numbers are even more impressive when international figures are added. Simply put, the Super Bowl is one of the most ...

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Rings of Fire


From Our Table To Yours Recipe for Rings of Fire Onion rings are a popular side dish. Though many people reserve their consumption of onion rings for nights out at the diner, onion ring afficionados need not wait until their next night out on the town to enjoy their favorite side dish, as onion rings can easily be made right ...

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Minnesota Wild Rice Soup


From Our Table To Yours Minnesota Wild Rice Soup Soup is an ideal meal on cold winter days. One of the best things about soup is its versatility. Soup makes a great entrée, and it also can serve as a warming appetizer or a delicious side dish. Soup also knows no bounds with regard to ingredients, making it a meal ...

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Garbanzo-Carrot Hummus with Grilled Yogurt Flatbread


From Our Table To Yours Garbanzo-Carrot Hummus with Grilled Yogurt Flatbread Hummus provides a delicious and healthy alternative to less nutritional dips. Versatile and available in various flavors, hummus can be whipped up at home for those who prefer to make their own dips. The following recipe for ‘Garbanzo-Carrot Hummus with Grilled Yogurt Flatbread’ from James Campbell Caruso’s ‘España: Explore ...

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