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This proper American pancake recipe creates the lightest, fluffiest pancakes. Serve a stack for a... .
What’s more romantic than champagne and raspberries? Well, when it comes to vinaigrettes, not much. Pair this tart, fruity vinaigrette with mellow salad greens such as Romaine or butter lettuce, sweet fruit such as pear and some creamy young chevre. Stay away from feta, though, as the combination might be a little too tart.
Appetizers & Snacks Blue Cheese DipChipotle Black Bean HummusCheesy Refried Bean Dip
It’s important to do breakfast right, and that's pretty easy with the number of American favorites so good that they can honestly be enjoyed any time of day. Every American is familiar with a stack of pancakes or bacon and eggs paired with a slice of buttered toast, but there’s a lot more to be found in various regions of the country. Reflecting a history of innovation, local culinary traditions and immigrant influences, these breakfast foods represent the many ways in which Americans start their morning.
Belgian Endive: now where talking about higher end greens. Makes for great looking salads, has a slightly bitter taste but you are going to pay up for it. On a special occasion like Valentine’s Day, you may just think about going for it.
Got leftovers? We've got recipes. 18 delicious recipes using cooked chicken (plus 9 bonus recipes!)
FISH FOR TWO WITH LEMON SHERRY PAN SAUCE – The Life Jolie | Fish is a great contender for fast dinners because it doesn’t need a long cooking time and a simple pan sauce is all it needs to dress it up a little. I love the flavors in this simple dinner for two and it all comes together in less than 30 minutes.
Monte Cristo Sandwich (Ham Cheese French Toast) - It's a french toast version of ham & cheese sandwich. The best you will ever have! Great way to use up leftover Christmas ham.
Acai juice, pomegranate juice and raspberries are full of antioxidants with all sorts of health benefits in this sweet and tart superfood packed smoothie
Heat a nonstick skillet or griddle to medium heat. Brush the skillet with a little olive oil and use a ⅓-cup measuring cup to pour the batter onto the pan. Use the back of the cup to gently spread the batter a little more. Cook the pancakes until bubbles appear, about 1½ minutes per side, turning the heat to low as needed so that the middles cook without burning the outsides. I usually start with medium heat and move to low heat as my pan starts to hold residual heat after each batch.
Recipe #4: Sauteed Quinoa & Veggies1 cup quinoa rinsed and patted dry2 tbsp coconut oil½ cup scallions chopped1 garlic clove¼ cup carrots chopped¼ cup zucchini chopped2 tbsp liquid aminos1 tsp sesame seeds
This fancy-sounding meal is really easy to prepare and will definitely up your weekday dinner game. You’ll definitely want to add this Chicken Dijon recipe to your menu for the week.
Breakfast really is the most important meal of the day. Studies have shown that those who skip breakfast tend to eat more at the other meals of the day. So if you're trying to lose weight, don't skip it!
It is very much like a Hollandaise sauce that many of you are familiar with from having it on your Eggs Benedict. The big difference is Hollandaise uses lemon juice in its emulsification and Bearnaise uses a reduction of vinegar and tarragon.
These homemade lunches are easy, nutritious and filling, and best of all, require no reheating. Presenting 60 cold lunch ideas for kids and adults alike.
Does this breakfast sandwich really take 5 minutes? You bet it does. Here we’ve got a fried egg, purchased pesto, and quick sautéed arugula, topped on a toasted English muffin. It’s simple, but the combination of flavors is perfection. It’s one of our favorite egg breakfast ideas when we only have a few minutes. (5, in fact!)