Make Herb Deviled Eggs for Easter

Herb Deviled Eggs Recipe from PBS Food

Whenever spring rolls around I get really excited because I know it’s time for my favorite appetizer, snacking food ever: deviled eggs. I can eat way too many deviled eggs and I have. You definitely shouldn’t do this because then you won’t have room for other Easter fare like hot cross buns and honey-baked ham. My parents never gave us gifts on Easter. Instead it was a day about a day with family and spending time with one another.

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Try Lasagna Rolls to Change It Up

This Lasagna Rolls recipe is perfectly portioned for an easy one hour meal.

This Lasagna Rolls recipe is perfectly portioned for an easy one hour meal.

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I was never much of a comic book reader as a kid, but I did love Garfield. As a chubby, lazy kid with a cynical sense of humor, perhaps I could relate to him on some level. Or maybe it was because we shared the same favorite food: Lasagna. It was, and still is, one of my favorite meals.

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Make Oat Ginger Rhubarb Crumble

This Oat Ginger Rhubarb Crumble recipe is simple with a warming oat topping.

This Oat Ginger Rhubarb Crumble recipe is simple with a warming oat topping.

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Rhubarb is like spring’s unicorn. Or at least it feels like that in California. Rhubarb loves drafty, rainy weather. And LA is not that. It was supposed to be this year but El Nino failed us, unfortunately.

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Make Crispy Carrot and Mint Fritters

These Crispy Carrot and Mint Fritters feature North African spices for a light, fragrant appetizer.

These Crispy Carrot and Mint Fritters feature North African spices for a light, fragrant appetizer.

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These carrot and mint fritters make for a delightfully colorful, fragrant appetizer that’s so light and crisp they may just vanish into thin air (or into everyone’s stomachs). Although the fritters are crisp, the carrots are tender, sweet and earthy, and complemented by the fresh flavor of the mint and warm spices of the ras el hanout and salt sprinkled on top.

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Make Winter Leaf Pizza for Dinner

Make this Winter Leaf Pizza Recipe featuring kale, beet greens, and thinly sliced beets for a vegetable pizza.

Make this Winter Leaf Pizza Recipe featuring kale, beet greens, and thinly sliced beets for a vegetable pizza.

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Winter is almost over! I wanted to get you this recipe before we say adios to scarves and snow and hello to sunshine and heart-shaped sunglasses. I know the reality is that many of you will be experiencing icy snow situations well into May but at least there is hope!

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Make Strawberry Chia Parfait

Strawberry Chia Parfait is a healthy breakfast with the texture of tapioca pearls after soaking the Chia seeds.

Strawberry Chia Parfait is a healthy breakfast with the texture of tapioca pearls after soaking the Chia seeds.

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You may know Chia seeds better from the eponymously named planter that cemented the name into the minds of children of the 80′s, but as it turns out, the seeds are quite nutritious, and have some unique properties that make them a fantastic ingredient for food.

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How to Make Bubble Tea at Home

How to make Bubble Tea at home with six ingredients to create this favorite Taiwanese drink.

How to make Bubble Tea at home with six ingredients to create this favorite Taiwanese drink.

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I live on the eastside of Los Angeles and my favorite part about living on this side of the city is the close-ish proximity to Chinatown and San Gabriel Valley. Chinese food is one of my favorite foods of all time and bubble tea (milk tea) is at the very top of my list. It’s a Taiwanese drink by origin, but you can often find it in Chinese shops and Chinatown neighborhoods. Whenever we go for Chinese, we’ll usually got to a movie too and the pre-movie stop is always, always bubble tea. I usually get the classic milk tea, which uses black tea, but feel free to do this with green tea too.

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How to Make Quick Chili

Make Quick Chili recipe using caramelized onions and homemade chili powder.

Make Quick Chili recipe using caramelized onions and homemade chili powder.

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I’ve done a quick chili before, but this one goes even faster thanks to a few tricks learned from my quick spaghetti and meat sauce. Specifically, adding a bit of pork, in the form of bacon at the beginning really boosts the flavor from the get-go.

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