September 14, 2006

Recipe News: Home cooking recipes

Sometimes in the Winter you might just crave a good home cooking recipe, keep these recipes in mind.

includes recipes for:


  • All-American Turkey Pie

  • Minestrone

  • Festive Stuffed Dates

  • Pepperoni Macaroni

Full article here.

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Recipe News: Recipes make most of oh-so-sweet corn kernels

"Fresh, homegrown sweet corn is one of late summer and early fall's more versatile ingredients when it's stripped from the cob."

includes recipes for:


  • Sweet corn chowder

  • Shrimp and sweet corn with basil

  • Corn, edamame and red pepper salad

Full article here.

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September 12, 2006

Recipe News: Easy recipes for end of summer grilling

unfortunately summer is coming to an end but you can definitely still get some great days to try these recipes on the grill.


includes recipes for:


  • Beer Can Chicken

  • Spicy Popcorn on the Grill

  • Easy Grilled Vegetable Kabobs

  • Bananas Calypso

Full article here.

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Recipe News: Apple recipes

It is the time for apple picking once again and what better then applesauce. I like the way the house smells when I am cooking apples.

includes recipes for:


  • NEW YORK MICROWAVE APPLESAUCE

  • NEW YORK STOVETOP APPLESAUCE

Full article here.

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September 11, 2006

Recipe News: Girl-Friendly Tailgating Recipes

includes recipes for:


  • CHIPOTLE SLOPPY JOES WITH CRUNCHY COLESLAW

  • MOJO BEEF KABOBS

  • MUSHROOM MERLOT BURGERS

Full article here.

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September 8, 2006

Recipe News: Tailgate Beer and Coffee Steaks

includes recipe for:


  • Tailgate Beer and Coffee Steaks

Full article here.

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September 6, 2006

Recipe News: Special Order -- Scrambled egg quesadilla, bruschetta

These recipes look very simple for a brunch.

includes recipes for:


  • SCRAMBLED QUESADILLA NAPOLEON

  • SMOKED SALMON BRUSCHETTA

Full article here.

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Recipe News: Whole grain peanut butter (and jelly) muffins

includes recipe for:


  • Whole grain peanut butter (and jelly) muffins

Full article here.

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Recipe News: Grilling meatballs requires special recipe

"Meatballs on the grill? You're kidding.

That was the typical reaction I got when I told people I was working on this recipe. I'll concede it's an odd idea, but I was convinced that a quick recipe could pack tons of flavor and be cooked entirely on the grill.

Mind you, there were obstacles. First, the meatballs needed to be more than rotund burgers. Second, they needed to be grill-friendly. Finally, they needed to be infused with tomato to suggest the marinara bath most meatballs cook in.

The first problem was an easy fix. The best meatballs generally sport a blend of meats. After reading a few dozen recipes, the consensus seemed to call for equal parts pork, beef and lamb.

For savory undertones, I also added anchovies (which almost "melt" away during cooking) and a bit of garlic for bite. With the remaining ingredients, tradition reigned. That meant Dijon mustard, bread crumbs, parsley and an egg.

I'd hoped the egg would solve problem No. 2, making sure the meatballs would stand up to grilling. This took a few attempts. The first few batches crumbled, fell through the grill and burst into flames.

Upping the egg count to two helped, but to offset the added liquid, I also needed to increase the bread crumbs."

includes recipe for:


  • GRILLED MEATBALLS

Full article here.

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Recipe News: RECIPE OF THE DAY: What's for dinner tonight?

"Sometimes it’s faster to slap together dinner than it is to get take out — seriously.

This recipe for Sesame Peanut Noodle Bowl from the spice giant McCormick and Co., takes about 20 minutes to make."

includes recipe for:


  • SESAME PEANUT NOODLE BOWL

Full article here.

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