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Posted May 05, 2021in Recipes

Chicken Gyro Bowls

Adding delicious, new flavors to your homecooked meals this spring may be easier than you think. A secret ingredient like cooking wine is a simple way to add a boost […]

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Posted March 31, 2021in Recipes

Vegetarian stuffed peppers

While there are many ways to enhance the taste and texture of your family’s favorite dishes, perhaps one of the simplest and most impactful is the addition of cheese. From […]

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Posted March 03, 2021in Recipes

Cheesy bacon-broccoli quiche

Making sure your family members get a nutritious start to the day is an important job, and by focusing on a few wholesome ingredients, such as real milk, simple and […]

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Posted February 03, 2021in Recipes

Nona Villone’s Cappinetti

This recipe is from Veronica Girard’s book, “Cooking for Family, From My Nana to Your Table.” Veronica wrote the book in honor of her Italian heritage and as a way […]

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Posted January 06, 2021in Recipes

Savory leek, raisin and ricotta tart

(Culinary.net) Versatile recipes that make mealtime a cinch for busy families are one easy way to free up time for moments with loved ones. This savory leek, raisin and ricotta […]

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Posted December 02, 2020in Recipes

Spiced apple crumble

(Culinary.net) This scrumptious spiced apple crumble is not only a family favorite but a holiday must-have. It’s the perfect dish to top off that next special meal. Kids and adults […]

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Posted November 04, 2020in Recipes

Simple white bread

Hello fellow food lovers! I’m Carrie, and I invite you to take a peek into my tasty food creations that are inspired by my favorite cooks — all right here […]

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Posted September 30, 2020in Recipes

Take the fear out of trying unfamiliar produce

Introducing kids to unfamiliar flavors doesn’t have to be a frightful experience. A passion for produce may begin with America’s favorites, like bananas, apples, citrus, celery, carrots and broccoli, but […]

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Posted August 05, 2020in Recipes

Samosas a standard of Indian cuisine

Growing up in India, Chhaya Jain of Johnston first learned how to make her family’s traditional Samosa (stuffed triangles) recipe from her grandmother. “Samosa is a traditional Indian dish which […]

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Posted July 01, 2020in Recipes

Breaking Bread

As families spend more time at home, Americans are finding comfort in a surprising source: bread. In fact, a 20-year trend of declining grain food consumption has been reversed. A […]

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