October 25, 2006

Recipe News: ORGANIC: Recipes

includes recipes for:


  • Chicken Under A Brick

  • Organic Wild Rice Dressing

  • Cheese Steak Sammy

Full articlehere.

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Recipe News: Fresh From The Garden: The egg came first, then these easy recipes

"I recently was asked to develop a healthier version of Eggs Florentine, which traditionally is based on heavily creamed spinach. This light, fresh recipe has authentic character but very little fat. Since fresh spinach cooks to practically nothing, allow 6-8 ounces per serving. If you can't get fresh spinach from the garden or your local farmers market, frozen works fine.

Fast and fluffy, this golden, fragrant Portobello Frittata makes a terrific breakfast or brunch, and is great for a quick, light evening meal. If you prefer, use crimini, chanterelles, brown field mushrooms or any kind you like.

Enriched with shreds of nutmeg-scented eggs and cheese, Chicken and Egg Soup is an ideal dish for a convalescent. This easy chicken soup builds its own savory broth with zesty rosemary and fresh lemon, while sweet carrots and fennel are balanced by mildly pungent leeks."

includes recipes for:


  • FAST AND FRESH EGGS FLORENTINE

  • PORTOBELLO FRITTATA

  • CHICKEN AND EGG SOUP

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October 22, 2006

Recipe News: McCormick & Schmick recipes

includes recipes for:


  • Salmon Linguini with Sour Cream and Dill

  • McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Chowder

  • Grilled Shrimp with Blackberry Barbecue Sauce

  • Ginger-Kiwi Sauce for Fish Fillets

Full articlehere.

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October 20, 2006

Recipe News: Pumpkin Recipes

includes recipes for:


  • Pumpkin Soup

  • Pumpkin Cake

  • Pecan Pumpkin Pie

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October 16, 2006

Recipe News: Chicken replaces veal in piccata dish

"Chicken is meat that can be substituted easily for veal in dishes calling for this "baby" meat, and think of the babies you're letting grow up.

You will be surprised how you won't really tell the difference in your recipes and the substitute will also save on you pocketbook.

You can use chicken breast pieces with lean pork pieces to make city chicken or pound it thin for recipes like this one or parmesan. In fact that is the most important part to this recipe -- to make sure you pound your chicken breasts to no more than 1/2-inch thickness."

includes recipe for:


  • Chicken piccata

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Recipe News: Get ready: picking apples

"I nstead of heading to the grocery store to get apples for homemade apple pie, tongue-tingling apple chutney or thick and flavorful applesauce, pick a bushel at an orchard. You will not only get quality apples for those favorite fall recipes, but have fun with family and friends.
Here are some ways to make the day at the orchard a fun and productive one."

Full articlehere.

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Recipe News: Garden-fresh-veggie recipes are worth a hill of beans

"I have a bushel of green beans sitting on my kitchen counter (yes, a whole bushel) courtesy of my neighbor, the amateur horticulturalist and mad scientist who obviously has more than her extended family can eat so she’s sharing her freakishly large bounty of tomatoes, zucchini (bags and bags and bags of zucchini) and onions.

Thank goodness I can tap my inner vegetarian and revel in meat-free meals for weeks at a time. In my “I gotta know what I’m eating before I eat it” research, I discovered that fresh beans are classified into two categories: edible pod beans and shell beans. Because I know that green beans, otherwise known as snap or string beans, are the most popular edible pod bean, I figured I’d concentrate on them for this column."

includes recipes for:


  • Green Bean and Chicken Salad

  • Hot Szechwan Green Beans

  • Crazy Green Bean Casserole

  • Parmesan Green Beans

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October 14, 2006

Recipe News: Some of Tyler's main-course recipes

"Here are a few of Tyler Florence's main meals, made easy. He likes simple, fresh food - and he really likes to call things "The Ultimate."

includes recipes for:


  • THE ULTIMATE ROAST CHICKEN

  • STEAMED MUSSELS

  • FILET MIGNON WITH MUSHROOMS AND SAUCE PINOT NOIR

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October 12, 2006

Recipe News: Bakers will love these three delicious recipes

includes recipes for:


  • Spice cake

  • Chocolate tweed cake

  • Baked doughnuts

Full article here.

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Recipe News: Low-Fat Cooking: Recipe for low-fat fettuccine alfredo

"A fast and low-fat fettuccine alfredo that uses full-fat milk and cheese?
Sounds like a dream, and Cook's Country magazine's retooling of this artery clogging classic tastes like one, too.

Most standard alfredo recipes call for gobs of fat, including 11/2 cups of heavy cream, a stick of butter and 2 cups of cheese. For most people, that relegates this dish to an occasional indulgence.

And that's a shame. Alfredo comes together quickly, relying on common ingredients and simple techniques, making it a great candidate for weeknight cooking.

Now Cook's Country has made it a winning candidate, reducing the fat from 43 grams per serving to just 12 grams (and saturated fat goes from 27 grams to 6 grams). The trick was using a butter and flour roux, which provides the same mouth feel as thickened heavy cream, but with far less fat.

To help speed up this recipe, prepare the sauce while bringing the water to a boil."

includes recipe for:


  • Fettuccine Alfredo

Full article here.

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