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Mammie’s Cornbread — Old Time Cast Iron

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We had leftover tuna pasta salad for lunch. We found the pretzels! They fell between two bins on our floating island and some bags of pasta had fallen on them. I thought I had lost my mind when they disappeared. I spent most of the afternoon smelling the pot roast I had simmering on the […]

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Posted by: marthabernie | March 30, 2020

Simple Pot Roast — Cooking in Isolation

Pot roast is one of the easiest ways to turn a tough piece of beef into a delicious meal. I normally make a smaller one (2-3 lbs) and that is enough for two with plenty of leftovers for future meals. If you have more people to feed or want more leftovers, buy a larger roast […]

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Posted by: marthabernie | March 30, 2020

Twix Caramel Fudge — What Jessica Baked Next…

Chunks of yummy Twix chocolate bar mixed through smooth and creamy salted caramel fudge. I know we’re all going through difficult, uncertain times and I fully understand that you might be finding it hard to get access to ingredients at the moment, but I hope to continue spreading positivity and share recipes with you based […]

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Apple crisp (name used in the United States and Canada) or apple crumble (name preferred in the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand) is a dessert consisting of baked chopped apples, topped with a crisp streusel crust. Ingredients usually include cooked apples, butter, sugar, flour, cinnamon, and often oats and brown sugar, ginger, and/or nutmeg. […]

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An apple dumpling is a baked pastry-wrapped apple. To prepare apple dumplings, apples are peeled, cored and sometimes quartered and placed on a portion of dough. The hole from the core may be filled with cinnamon, butter and sugar and sometimes dried fruit such as raisins, sultanas, or currants. The dough is folded over the […]

via One of America’s Favorites – Apple Dumpling — My Meals are on Wheels

Chicken and dumplings is a soup that consists of a chicken cooked in water, with the resulting chicken broth being used to cook the dumplings by boiling. A dumpling—in this context—is a biscuit dough, which is a mixture of flour, shortening, and liquid (water, milk, buttermilk, or chicken stock). The dumplings are either rolled out […]

via One of America’s Favorites – Chicken and Dumplings — My Meals are on Wheels

I’m using some strong words today, but I think these muffins may be the best ones I’ve ever made. And you all know how much I love my many muffin recipes! You must try these coconut oatmeal ones, or the vegan pumpkin oatmeal cups, cranberry coconut, even these amazingly simple and delicious vegan banana. The […] […]

via Blueberry banana muffins. — pass the lemons — My Meals are on Wheels

This morning marks the start of my 21-day low-fat plant-based eating experiment. I signed up for the Kickstart over at PCRM.org, and the first day’s breakfast was banana oatmeal cups with chocolate chips and raisins. Their recipe requires 2 cups of mashed, super ripe bananas. It’s really not easy to buy super ripe bananas here, […] […]

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Posted by: marthabernie | March 29, 2020

Chicken Teriyaki — thebrookcook

This non-traditional “Seattle-style” chicken teriyaki is a crowd-pleaser. It is sweeter than authentic Japanese chicken teriyaki. I cooked it under the broiler, but it would be fabulous grilled. We ate it over rice with roasted cauliflower and asparagus. The recipe was adapted from The New York Times, contributed by John T. Edge. The article explains […]

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Posted by: marthabernie | March 29, 2020

Scotch Pecan Chocolate Chip Blondies — Ugly Desserts

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Posted by: marthabernie | March 29, 2020

SCONES — JR bakes

To me there are no rules when it comes to scones. Jam or cream first, butter, no butter, warm, cold, dried fruit etc. just as long as you don’t buy them…to me that is a crime. Scones are so damn easy to make, I can remember making them when I was a little boy and […]

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Posted by: marthabernie | March 29, 2020

Artesian Bread — The Spunky Saver — My Meals are on Wheels

This soft, homemade warm bread with a crispy crust is delicious and easy to make. You only need 3 ingredients, a bit of prep work and patience as it rises for a few hours. You’ll have your kitchen smelling super toasty as it bakes in the oven and I promise, you’ll be thinking of your […] […]

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Taco casserole for when you can’t hug — The Call to Cook

Like most of you, I’m separated from family during the coronavirus pandemic. Both of my adult sons live alone right now, trying to stay away from germs while struggling with the social isolation. One is staying in Chattanooga. One is in downtown Knoxville, right next to Church Street United Methodist Church. One is unemployed because […]

via Taco casserole for when you can’t hug — The Call to Cook

Day 12 of semi-isolation. We are trying very hard to not go out now. Our pantry and freezer are fairly well stocked. We made a last minute run late last night and found the coveted item – toilet tissue! We had 6 rolls at home but with three women in the house well, that is […] […]

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Another Banana Bread — Cooking with Candi

Just what the world needs now is another Banana Bread right? Well guess what bananas still go uneaten in the time of Corona and I can’t bear to throw them in the garbage. Yes sometimes I freeze them for smoothies and I will even freeze them ( without skin) for future banana breads/muffins. In any […]

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Posted by: marthabernie | March 29, 2020

Creamy Bucatini with Crispy Mushrooms — thebrookcook

As in my last post, this wonderful dish is also part of Bon Appétit’s Most Popular Recipes of 2019. I made this and several other dishes on the list before it was compiled- apparently I was not alone! 😉 This recipe was adapted from Bon Appétit, contributed by Andy Baraghani. I added garlic and white […]

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Creamy Madeira Chicken — Jono & Jules do food & wine

The inspiration for this dish comes from Nigel Slater who has written a book full of ideas with very few ingredients and lots of flavour. Wine suggestion: Madeira is a fortified Portuguese which tends to have good levels of acidity and is noted for lasting forever, even when open. This is a wine which is also […]

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Posted by: marthabernie | March 29, 2020

Chicken Forestière — Jono & Jules do food & wine

Our first autumnal dish of the season. We can suffer the colder weather when it means mushrooms, pumpkin, squash, game birds, mussels… we could go on! Wine Suggestion: Rich, creamy and earthy … we picked a German Pinot Noir, the Salwey Reserve “RS”Spätburgunder 2012 which balanced perfectly with the chicken, complimented the mushrooms and had enough freshness and earthy […]

via Chicken Forestière — Jono & Jules do food & wine

We made this on the first weekend of social distancing as our dinner date was cancelled. We were all in a bit of shock but reassured ourselves by planning all of the things that we could cook while spending time at home. We loved this recipe by Diana Henry and the sauce is absolutely delicious. […]

via Roast Chicken with a Breton Onion Sauce — Jono & Jules do food & wine

Print Add to Collection Go to Collections Chicken and Vegetable Stew Course Dinner, LunchCuisine American Prep Time 25 minutesCook Time 25 minutesTotal Time 50 minutes Servings 6 Calories 199kcal Ingredients1 lb boneless skinless chicken breast2 tbsp whole-wheat flour1 tsp ground black pepper½ tsp dried parsley¼ tsp thyme1 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil2 to 3 cloves garlic… via […]

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Posted by: marthabernie | March 29, 2020

Sour Cream and Cheddar Biscuits — The Ardent Cook

I’m going to keep this post short and sweet, so you can get right to the baking. These biscuits are light, comforting, filled with cheddar-y goodness, and easy as…..biscuits? The dough comes together unexpectedly, so be warned. It won’t look homogenous like a bread dough, and that’s kind of the point. The technical term is […]

via Sour Cream and Cheddar Biscuits — The Ardent Cook

When the Anglo-Norman invaders Milo de Cogan and Robert FitzStephen invaded the kingdom of Cork in 1177, they immediately began to donate some of the income from their land seizures to a small Benedictine priory in Exeter, in the county of Devon. The Priory of St Nicholas was founded following after William the Conqueror presented […]

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Posted by: marthabernie | March 29, 2020

Delicious Turtle Cookies — Life With A Baker

If you love chocolate, pecans and caramel then you will LOVE these cookies! The cookies and caramel stay soft so they are definitely a yummy treat. Not just for the holidays but for anytime. The chocolate drizzle on top of the cookie adds a little extra touch. So you can turn an ordinary cookie into […]

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Posted by: marthabernie | March 29, 2020

Parmesan Chicken Couscous — — My Meals are on Wheels

If you go to the store right now, chances are you won’t find a lot of staples.No spaghetti. No white bread. No name-brand cereal.After experiencing the lack of what you need, you’ll turn to replacements. Maybe you grab that weird, green spinach spaghetti instead of the normal kind. You might reach for an overpriced loaf […] […]

via Parmesan Chicken Couscous — — My Meals are on Wheels

I love a good scone, and they often skew more savory with me than sweet. These rich, savory scones are perfect examples of that – full of crispy bacon and sharp cheddar and fresh chives. These are perfect for any meal alongside a soup or just by themselves! I usually roll my eyes when people… via […]

via Bacon Cheddar Chive Scones — On the Home Front — My Meals are on Wheels

These blueberry muffins are quick and easy to make and can be made using fresh or frozen blueberries, no thawing required! The texture is perfectly … The post Blueberry Muffins appeared first on Meals by Molly. via Blueberry Muffins — | Meals by Molly

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This week’s Sunday’s Pork Roast Dinner Recipe is a Maple-Mustard-Glazed Pork Roast. Made using a Boneless Pork Loin Roast, Maple Flavored Syrup, Dijon Mustard, Cider Vinegar, Soy Sauce, Salt, Pepper, Carrots, and Red Potatoes. The recipe is from the CooksRecipes website where you can find a huge selection of recipes to please everyone. So Enjoy […]

via Sunday’s Pork Roast Dinner Recipe – Maple-Mustard-Glazed Pork Roast — My Meals are on Wheels

This week’s Sunday’s Pork Roast Dinner Recipe is a Fresno Pork Roast. For this week’s dish you’ll be needing; a Pork Boneless Loin Roast, Sugar, Cornstarch, Canned Pineapple Juice, Orange Juice, Salt, Cloves, Lemon Juice, and Fresh Strawberries. Served with Asparagus and New Potatoes. The recipe is from the CooksRecipes website. At the Cooks site […]

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Posted by: marthabernie | March 29, 2020

Roast Pork Loin with Rosemary and Garlic — Cooking from Books

Whenever my skeptical aunt was underwhelmed by somebody’s claim of having made an earth-shattering discovery, she’d make the sardonic aside “Beh! Ha fatto la scoperta di Cristoforo Colombo.” (“Eh! He made the discovery of Christopher Columbus.”) Well yesterday, which just happened to be Columbus Day, I was similarly underwhelmed by my discovery in the fridge […]

via Roast Pork Loin with Rosemary and Garlic — Cooking from Books

This week’s Sunday’s Pork Roast Dinner Recipe is an Apple and Cornbread-Stuffed Pork Loin with Roasted Apple Gravy. To prepare the Pork Loin you’ll need Pork Loin Roast, Kosher Salt, Ground Black Pepper, Dried Sage, Medium Apples, Calvados, or Apple Brandy, Low-Sodium Chicken Broth, Apple Juice, and Heavy Cream. Also included is a recipe for […]

via Sunday’s Pork Roast Dinner Recipe – Apple and Cornbread-Stuffed Pork Loin with Roasted Apple Gravy — My Meals are on Wheels

Oh for the good old days, when we could visit a real zoo instead of a virtual one. And any trip to the zoo meant hunting down those carts with giant soft pretzels and warm Churro Sticks.

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Posted by: marthabernie | March 29, 2020

Delicious Berry Cobbler — oliveoilandlemon

A delicious easy dessert you can have ready in no time. This is easy to make gluten free and dairy free if needed. Oven at 170C 10oz plain four and 2oz oats or 12oz plain flour including gluten free if needed 12oz milk of choice 1 tsp each of salt & baking powder 4oz coconut […]

via Delicious Berry Cobbler — oliveoilandlemon

Fresh from your own backyard garden or local farmers market, this breakfast skillet dish is sure to be delightful and filling. This breakfast skillet was created using vegetables from my backyard garden last summer. The eggs were provided by my chickens. The sausage came from Polyface Farm, a small family run farm here in Virginia. […] […]

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Posted by: marthabernie | March 29, 2020

{Simple Sundays} Everything but the Bagel Chicken —

How’s quarantined life? We’ve been trying to eat somewhat healthy with the wedding coming up in October, but we gave in and had Five Guys to go yesterday. As blessed as I feel that I was able to eat a burger when I wanted, I felt as if I was missing something. After some thought, […]

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