Salmon Katsu is Like a Grownup Japanese Fish Stick

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While the idea of breading something in panko and frying it may have started with tonkatsu (pork cutlet), it’s a simple delicious preparation that works especially well for salmon. With a crisp golden brown shell containing a juicy tender piece of salmon that falls apart in your mouth like butter, it’s like a delicious Japanese-style fish stick.

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Rethink Your Vegetables with Spaghetti Squash Cacio e Pepe

Spaghetti Squash Cacio e Pepe

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Cacio e Pepe, literally “cheese and pepper,” is a classic Roman pasta, which as the name implies involves tossing pasta with cheese and pepper. It can be made with any long thin pasta, but today I decided to make use of spaghetti squash to do a gluten-free version.

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Yes, You Can Pan Roast Chicken for One Without Hours of Work

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One of my favorite parts of roast chicken is the crispy skin. In fact, making the perfect roast chicken with crispy skin and juicy meat turned into a bit of an obsession for me, and I literally spent years perfecting my method. It involves wet brining the chicken before air-drying it for a day.

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Win Over the Carrot-Haters with Honey Miso Glazed Carrots

Honey MIso Glazed Carrots

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Ever have trouble getting your kids (or grown kids) to eat carrots? This is an easy side that’s sure to get even the most ardent carrot hater hooked. Tender and sweet with a delicious sweet and savory honey miso glaze coating each morsel, this makes for a delicious side that works just as well alongside an Asian main, or as part of your Thanksgiving spread.

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Your Holiday Party Guests will Love a Persimmon Spiced Warm Old Fashioned

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I love persimmons. I know a lot of people are a bit lukewarm on them. I get it. They tend to just taste like sweet cinnamon. I personally don’t think this is a bad thing. I say let’s embrace their flavor and add on to it. 

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Try an Easy Meatloaf That Saves Time, but Keeps the Flavor

This meatloaf doesn't require as much work as the classic version, but it stays juicy with loads of flavor.

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“Easy” isn’t just about using less ingredients or involving less effort, it’s also important that it tastes good. After all, what good is easy, if it doesn’t put smiles on all your diner’s faces. My ultimate meatloaf has no troubles in the deliciousness category, but with over 20 ingredients, it’s definitely not easy. I wanted to see if I could make a delicious meatloaf with a bit less effort, and with the help of a few culinary tricks, I think I pulled it off. With less than half the ingredients and taking 40% less time, this easy meatloaf is juicy with loads of flavor, yet it requires very little effort.

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Behold, the Ultimate Comfort Food: French Onion Mac n’ Cheese

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I’m pretty sure the two coziest foods in the entire world are French onion soup and mac n cheese. Hence, the reason why I thought it might be a good idea to combine the two into one bowl of cheesy, carb-driven comfort. 

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Cooking for One: Steamed Salmon and Mushrooms

This steamed salmon and mushroom recipe from proves that cooking for one can be fun and not result in a week of leftovers.

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Just because you’re cooking for one person doesn’t mean you have to be stuck with a week’s worth of leftovers. I love cooking in foil because it allows you to easily cook single portions while making cleanup ridiculously simple.

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