This Rosemary-Cornflake Oven Fried Chicken recipe is what I turn to when I need a family meal that’s a no brainer.
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I’m surrendering to the ever-more popular pumpkin spice craze but decided to mix it up a bit with this savory dish of Pumpkin-Almond Butter Red Curry Noodles.
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This is a simple and quick Roasted Tomato, Kale, Sausage, and Potato Soup recipe that we’ve been cooking in my family for years.
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An easy weeknight recipe of Baked Chicken with Jalapeño Pesto that’s a simple, quick family meal.
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Perfect for entertaining, these pineapple-marinated grilled chicken sliders can be made ahead and are easy to make.
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A healthy summery salad of herbed chicken with mixed greens, avocado, cucumber, and a mango-mustard dressing.
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These tacos might be my favorite new thing because they’re really a marriage of two of my favorite Mexican foods — tacos and quesadillas. I thought about calling them taco-dillas but griddled tacos seemed way more sophisticated especially when you think how that results in toasty tortillas, melty cheese, and all around goodness.
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A simple twist on the classic, this Miso Chicken Noodle Soup is a recipe you’ll keep around well past your next bout with a cold.
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Apparently I’m emotionally attached to my grey scarf. I say apparently because this was totally unbeknownst to me until I couldn’t find it the other day. If you’ve ever been around me when the weather’s chilly, you’ve likely seen that scarf around my neck. I wear it so much that it makes an appearance in nearly every other photo of me during cold weather.
Well, I didn’t realize how much it meant to me until it went missing last week, which I guess is the reality of life. We don’t appreciate things until they’re gone. Lucky for me, I left the scarf in a sleepy cafe at one of the ferry stop towns on Puget Sound, so it was easy to retrieve. That might be a bit of an understatement, since I forced my younger brother to drive an hour out of the way just to pick it up. I then arrived at the cafe and they were convinced I was retrieveing a credit card because, in their defense, who would really be crazy enough to drive that far for a boring grey scarf, right?
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