Tag | “Cayenne”

Eggs-cellent Benedict | Alton Brown | Week 28

Alton Brown is arguably the king of the home kitchen. With innovative techniques and a delivery method unlike any other...
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Grilled Crab & Cheese | Sandwiches | Week 45

I recently bought a large can of lump crab meat for a crab cake recipe where I only needed about half of the...
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Parmesan Potatoes | Roasted | Week49

I live in a "one oven" household; meaning, like the average person, I only have one oven to cook in, and around the...
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Guacamole Wontons - Food Fusion!

Guacamole wontons. I'll just let that sink in for a minute. Yes, they are everything you can imagine - and...
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Tornado Potato

With recent crazy weather in my hometown, I thought these potatoes were especially relevant to this week's...
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Easy Peasy Guacamole

This isn't the first time guacamole has shown up on my blog. It's just the first time I didn't deep fry...
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Cinnamon Sugar Sweet Potato Fries with Caramel Dipping Sauce

I’ve been into simplifying my recipes lately - the less ingredients and time it takes, the better! Fortunately, my...
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Creamy Baked Macaroni

Mac 'n' cheese is a childhood favorite, but sometimes, frankly, I'm just sick of eating it. When you're on a budget,...
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Roasted Butternut Squash Soup

There's a distinctive briskness to the air that can only mean one thing: winter is coming. With warm weathered days...
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Spicy Chicken Roll-Ups | One Pan Meals

Sometimes less really is more. On nights where you don't want to cook (and especially don't want to clean up after...
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Green Bean & Mushroom Casserole

Tis the season for eating together with your family and friends. If you are anything like me, you love to cook but hate...
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Maple Bacon Chicken Waffles with Hollandaise Sauce | 15 Minute Meals

I could make chicken and waffles every night of the week. It's such a simple (and amazingly delicious) dish that's...
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Bacon & Scallop Chowder

So winter decided to show up. After extended mild weather in Northen Ohio, old man winter has finally reared his ugly...
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Spicy Seven Layer Dip | Super Bowl Food

Chips and dip is probably my biggest weakness. There are few snacks I find more satisfying than the crunch of a...
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Crazy Easy Gumbo | Mardi Gras Recipes

My boyfriend and I are pretty much obsessed with gumbo. Anytime we see it on a menu, we get it. With Mardi Gras coming...
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Squid Tempura with Cocktail Sauce & Ponzu Mayo

Calamari is one of my favorite dishes. My boyfriend and I get it as an appetizer whenever it is available on a menu at...
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Curried Carrot Soup | From Root to Stem Recipes

This recipe uses everything - from root to stem and everything in between! Using carrots, parsley root, and knob...
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Classic Soubise on Crispy Chicken | Mother Sauces

Soubise becomes a derivative from the mother béchamel sauce, simply by adding white onion and pulsing until creamy...
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Breakfast Bowls | Cheap & Easy Meals

I've been on a weekly meal prep kick for the last several weeks. With life being busier than ever, it's sometimes...
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Sundried Tomato & Avocado Roll Ups

I like to have a vegetarian option available at every party I host, but I also want the vegetarian option to...
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Cayenne Rubbed Steaks | Backyard Grill Recipes

I have a thing for dry-rubs, especially when they use simple seasonings like salt, pepper, garlic and cayenne. Letting...
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Salmon Eggs Benedict

Alright. We all know I have a thing for Eggs Benedict. And whenever I get a chance, I like to put my own twist on...
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Fleur Delacour's Bouillabaisse | Harry Potter Recipes

At that moment, a voice said, "Excuse me, are you wanting ze bouillabaisse?" It was the girl from Beauxbatons who...
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Orange Miso Pork Chops

Miso is delicious. It adds depth to almost any dish - in fact, I recommend substituting miso paste for soy sauce in...
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Steakhouse Potato Fries

It's steakhouse week in the Starving Chef's kitchen! The other night I made some incredible Ahi Tuna steaks and paired...
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Ahi Tuna Steaks with Pineapple Mango Salsa

I've been looking forward to this week's challenge for some time: steakhouse! I purchased some frozen ahi tuna...
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How to Make a Test Run Turkey

Under pressure to prepare the perfect turkey for Thanksgiving? I’ve been thinking about Thanksgiving for months now,...
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Bison Breakfast Bowls

At least once a month, I make some sort of variation on my famous breakfast bowls, and this month's meal prep was no...
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Sous Vide Bison Ribeye with Southwest Aioli

Some things are just better sous vide. With the ability to produce perfectly cooked steak, 'sous vide-ing' your dinner...
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Shashuka & Lamb Meatballs

Shashuka is an Israeli breakfast dish that involves poaching eggs in a spicy tomato sauce mixed with veggies and...
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Hanky Panky

As football season ends (or begins, depending on when you are reading this), you need to be sure your tailgating and...
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Turkey & Veggie Meatloaf

I'm all aboard the "new year, new you" train. At sixteen days into 2017, I haven't had a single soda and I've...
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Beginner's Guide to Spices

Tonight I am going to teach you all about the importance of using spices in your cooking! Many people are...
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Instant Pot Gumbo

Gumbo is a traditional New Orleans stew that is made up of a variety of meats and veggies. Straight from the bayou and...
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KNOW YOUR: Herbs & Spices

Everything that is exciting and healthy seems to have twenty-five ingredients or more! What gives? Well, turns...
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Pulled Pork Sloppy Joes

Today we are going to be making pulled pork sloppy joes in the Instant Pot! Depending on how much time you have, this...
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Caprese Benedict

My vegetable garden is pumping out more tomatoes and zucchini than I know what to do with, so I’m trying to get...
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Plum Bourbon Bison Meatballs | Great Range Bison

Bison meat plays well with sweeter flavors because of the rich and savory notes that aren’t found in more traditional...
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