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Individual Sized Pizzas Are Simple And Delicious

August 29th, 2014

At the end of a long day, you likely just want to come home from work and dive into a delicious meal that requires little cooking. That being said, it's easy to lean toward take-out and opt for something like pizza to quell your craving. However, doing so can result in taking on an ample amount of calories that you don't need. If you desire pizza but you don't want...

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How To Make Chicken Cordon Bleu

August 27th, 2014

Looking for something new to bring to the dinner table? Why not teach yourself how to make a delicious Chicken Cordon Bleu? This tasty dish is surprisingly easy to make and brings with it a wide array of flavors that your family may adore. The recipe essentially involves breading a piece of boneless chicken and serving it along with ham, Swiss cheese and other additions as you...

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What To Bring To A Potluck

August 6th, 2014

Potlucks are a fun way to get together with friends and have a taste of many different dishes. If you're the host, potlucks are a way to enjoy a meal with many friends without having to stress about cooking all on your own. If you're a guest who isn't sure what to bring to a potluck, one of these recipes will surely be a crowd-pleaser. Appetizer ...

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Boost Whole Grain Benefits By Checking Labels And Trying New Varieties

July 30th, 2014

Multi-grain, whole wheat, oat bran - they all sound so healthy, at least according to the labels. But don't believe everything you read when it comes to food manufacturers' ideas about what "whole grain" really means.A study by researchers at the Harvard University School of Public Health's Prevention Research Center found conflicting guidelines by...

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Peach Pie Recipe and Other Peachy Desserts

July 28th, 2014

Peaches are definitely in season now that summer is almost over, so try out one of these peachy desserts next time you're looking for a sweet and fruity fix.Old-fashioned peach pie For this traditional peach pie recipe from AllRecipes, you will need a 15-ounce double pie crust pastry package, 1 beaten egg, 5 cups of sliced and peeled peaches, 2 tablespoons of lemon...

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5 Ways to Make Boxed Wine Taste Better

July 28th, 2014

Boxed red wine is an underappreciated adult beverage that can save the host a few bucks without guests being any the wiser. Of course, there are some tried-and-true alcoholic drinks you can concoct with a nice box of red wine, but the grape-based alcohol can also be used for baking or cooking recipes if you have some left over from the night before. According to...

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How To Make Cheesecake With Seasonal Fruits

July 28th, 2014

Cheesecake is a delicious and decadent dessert that is a sure crowd-pleaser. Adding a dash of fresh, seasonal fruit can be just the thing to take your cheesecake to a new level of taste. This recipe will show how to make your own crust, filling and topping from scratch. You can use a variety of fruits to top your dessert and you even try blending some different ones...

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Hot Dogs: How to Make them from Scratch

July 9th, 2014

Hot dogs are a delicious, classic American food that is the cornerstone of any barbecue. When you are looking around your local grocery store, you might notice that there are many different kinds to choose from.Some may people shy away from hot dogs because they aren't sure exactly what is in these meat treats. This season, try a recipe from the Paupered...

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Gourmet variations on tapioca pudding

July 8th, 2014

Though arguably a somewhat acquired taste, tapioca pudding is delicious and easy to make from scratch. The most vital ingredient that separates it from other types of puddings is, of course, the tapioca pearls, which can typically be found in the baking aisle of most grocery stores. If you are in the mood for a delicious spin on the traditional vanilla-flavored tapioca,...

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5 No-Cook Summer Sauces

July 2nd, 2014

When it's sweltering hot outside, dinner recipes that won't turn your kitchen into an oven are a must. Whether you are outside grilling or in the mood for a cooler dinner dish, these no-cook summer sauces will satisfy your appetite without overheating your house or compromising on taste. Fresh tomato spaghetti sauce Mother Earth Living recommended a...

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