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Monday, 19 February 2018

NEW! Broccoli Cheddar Soup, Skillet Pork Chops and Cabbage, Fudgy Gluten-Free Brownies, and More!

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Broccoli Cheddar Soup

by Nick Evans

Cheddar Broccoli Soup

During the cold winter months, everyone should have at least one great soup recipe that’s not only warming and filling, but that can also be made quickly on any given weeknight.

This simple Broccoli Cheddar Soup checks all the boxes—plus, it’s easy to make in one pot. Bonus!

 

Skillet Pork Chops with Cabbage

by Sheryl Julian

Pork Chops in a Skillet

It's hard to get really excited by cabbage—it seems so ordinary! But when I was in southern Germany recently, I enjoyed some truly outstanding cabbage with pork.

I knew instantly what made it so good: the cabbage was cooked low and slow in plenty of pork fat, and the pork served alongside was incredibly juicy. It was a memorable meal, and that wasn’t just the German beer talking.

Fudgy Gluten-Free Brownies

by Megan Gordon

Fudgy Gluten-Free Vegan Brownies

We have a lot of friends on a variety of restrictive diets right now, and as someone who loves to entertain, I wanted to make sure I had a treat that everyone could eat. But first and foremost, it had to be something everyone would actually want to eat.

I began scheming up a super fudgy, no-frills brownie that could be gluten-free, egg-free, and dairy-free — and still leave us all reaching for more. Mission accomplished.

 

Chamomile-Honey Hot Toddy

by Garrett McCord

Chamomile Hot Toddy

What is a Hot Toddy?

Children who are having trouble falling to sleep are often prescribed a glass of warm milk to help them nod off. Their parents, having spent the night cajoling, ordering and begging their children to go to bed, may need something a bit stronger.

Enter this chamomile hot toddy. It’s a drink of whiskey, honey, and lemon mixed with chamomile tea to help you doze off in no time.

Shrimp and Grits

by Hank Shaw

Easy Shrimp and Grits

A Classic Southern Dish

Shrimp and grits is one of those iconic Southern dishes that stir something deep inside those who grew up with them.

Originally from the oceanic South—Georgia, the Low Country coast of the Carolinas and Gulf Coast states all have their versions—this homey bowl of awesome was historically a simple fisherman’s breakfast: Grits, with some bacon and a few shrimp tossed on top.

If you’ve ever eaten it, you can understand why shrimp and grits has burst from the seaside shrimp shanties.

The grits are soft, buttery, and often cheesy, with a savory, bacon-studded sauce surrounding them, and lots and lots of shrimp. Maybe some parsley or green onions for color and crunch.

 
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Saturday, 17 February 2018

Meal Plan! Mulligatawny Soup, Instant Pot Pork Tacos, Turkey Meatballs, and more!

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Meal Plan for February Week 3

Meal Plan for February Week 3

This month, Megan Gordon is here to give us a look at what meal planning looks like for her family! Megan is a writer and recipe developer living in Seattle, WA, the author of Whole Grain Mornings, and mom to a 2-year-old. Please welcome Megan!

I don't know about you, but we had a lot of Valentine's treats around the house last week, so I'm excited about jumping into the kitchen to get some real food back on the table!

For this week's meal plan, there's quite a bit you can tackle over the weekend to make your dinners during the week a little easier.

THIS WEEK: Mulligatawny Soup, Pressure Cooker Pulled Pork Tacos, Turkey Meatballs, and more! 

Click here to see this week’s meal plan!

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Monday, 12 February 2018

NEW! The BEST Creme Brulee, What to Serve with Steak, Roast Chicken on Angel Hair, and MORE!

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How to Make Crème Brûlée

by Summer Miller

How to Make Creme Brulee

At first glance, creme brulee seems simple: It has a short ingredient list and can be made in a few steps.

Beneath the surface, however, there’s a lot happening! Understanding the techniques needed to create creme brulee will help make your next batch a success.

 

10 Best Side Dishes to Serve With Steak

by Carrie Havranek

Crispy Hasselback Potatoes

Steak and potatoes are often paired together for a reason—it's a delicious and mouthwatering combination. We've got you covered where that's concerned, no worries.

But there's also this whole world of other side dishes available to you, some of which we think will make you rethink the concept of a traditional steak dinner.

Chocolate Chip Pancakes with Raspberry Sauce

by Cindy Rahe

Chocolate Chip Pancakes with Raspberry Sauce - close up of pancake stack

Weekend breakfasts are a big deal around our house. We don't get too crazy or complicated, but we do like to slow down and hang out in our pajamas a little longer than usual—especially around a stack of pancakes.

After a week of oatmeal or smoothies consumed on the way out the door (or at the desk), pancakes always feel extra special.

Meal Plan for February Week 2

by Megan Gordon

February Week 2 Meal Plan

This month, Megan Gordon is here to give us a look at what meal planning looks like for her family! Megan is a writer and recipe developer living in Seattle, WA, the author of Whole Grain Mornings, and mom to a 2-year-old. Please welcome Megan!

If you’re anything like me, you may find yourself falling into a rut of repetitive cooking in the weeks (and even months) after the holiday season.

Right now, I’m burned out from hosting, and I’m feeling uninspired by the cabbage and Brussels sprouts at the store (any fresh fruits and produce are pretty limited here in Seattle). It’s been all too easy to fall back on easy family favorites and stay in our cooking comfort zone.

There’s nothing necessarily wrong with this, of course! But I am always trying to get our son to try new foods so he’ll remain interested in new flavors and tastes.

 

Roast Chicken on Angel Hair Pasta

by Sheryl Julian

Roasted Chicken on Angel Hair

If you've ever watched a rotisserie chicken turning slowly on a spit—my local supermarket has several going at once— then you've seen the tray underneath the birds to catch the drippings. Those drippings are gold!

Now, imagine those chickens roasting over a baking dish filled with pasta: All those juices from the bird would drip into the pasta and give it an unbelievably delicious roasty flavor.

This idea of roasting meat on top of other ingredients is actually an ancient technique from when individual families didn't have their own ovens, and cooks brought pans of meat or poultry and whatever went with it to the local baker to roast in the baker’s big oven. This approach inspired this recipe.

What's in Season in February

by Elise Bauer

february fruits and vegetables

Welcome to month 2 of our Monthly Seasonal Produce Guide!

When February arrives we are still in the thick of winter, but with hints of a spring soon to come. You can find almost all of the produce of January, like winter squash, cabbages, and citrus, but with some new additions like leeks, fennel bulbs, and baby arugula.

Pressure Cooker Chinese Pulled Pork

by Coco Morante

Pressure Cooker Chinese Pulled Pork

Five fragrant spices and a honey hoisin sauce give this pulled pork a ton of flavor in every bite. And oh hey, it takes just a little over an hour in the pressure cooker, too!

 
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