Have Banana Bread Pancakes for Breakfast

Banana Bread Pancakes are essentially a quick bread that is easy to throw together for a weekend breakfast.

Banana Bread Pancakes are essentially a quick bread that is easy to throw together for a weekend breakfast.

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Pancakes! My favorite thing to make on the weekends. I’ve been frantically been getting everything ready for this upcoming busy season. It’s been a big ol’ mess but also a lot of fun. Autumn is finally here and I feel like we should celebrate with someone that’s not only easy to throw together but very very cozy…banana bread pancakes!

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Make Honey Paprika Chicken

Honey Paprika Chicken is a sweet and savory weeknight dinner that you can make in 10 minutes.

Honey Paprika Chicken is a sweet and savory weeknight dinner that you can make in 10 minutes.

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This is one of those easy backup entrées to keep in mind for those weeknights when you’re craving some sweet and savory fried chicken goodness but don’t feel like getting out the fryer. It only requires a handful of ingredients and about 10 minutes of your time. Your reward is an addictively good chicken that’s glazed with caramelized honey and smoked paprika, and just a hint of refreshing tartness from the lemon juice.

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Serve a Cheesy Heirloom Tomato Tart

This Cheesy Heirloom Tomato Tart is a simple dish with cheese and onions.

This Cheesy Heirloom Tomato Tart is a simple dish with cheese and onions.

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Tomatoes at the market are going crazy right now and I’m taking full advantage. This recipe was inspired by The Pioneer Woman’s tomato tart. It just looked too beautiful not to give it a whirl.

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Serve Kung Pao Shrimp for Dinner

Shrimp takes a turn in a twist on the Chinese-American takeout classic of Kung Pao Chicken for a weeknight meal that comes together in 15 minutes.

Shrimp takes a turn in a twist on the Chinese-American takeout classic of Kung Pao Chicken for a weeknight meal that comes together in 15 minutes.

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This delicious take on the Chinese-American takeout classic using shrimp instead of chicken for a weeknight meal that comes together in about 15 minutes. Like all stir-fry recipes, Kung Pao Shrimp requires a bit of prep work, but once your mis-en-place is done, it only takes about 5 minutes to cook. That’s why it’s very important to have everything prepped and ready before you start stir-frying, or some your dish will get overcooked/burnt.

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Serve Clams Over Zucchini Linguine

Zucchini Linguine is a simple weeknight pasta meal featuring clams and Pecorino Romano.

Zucchini Linguine is a simple weeknight pasta meal featuring clams and Pecorino Romano.

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In a few days it’s National Linguine Day. Whenever I hear that’s it’s so-and-so national food day, my first thought is, Who picks these days?! Is there a committee somewhere, in a room, just strategizing which days should be national food holidays? I like to think that it might be the most fun job ever. They can’t hire me for the job because I would make every single day: National Corgi Day or National Let’s Eat Pizza Day or National Doughnut Day. I would not offer enough variety.

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Make Butter Soy Sauce Smashed Potatoes

Smashed Potatoes recipe creates conduits for the butter soy sauce flavors to enter when cooking.

Smashed Potatoes recipe creates conduits for the butter soy sauce flavors to enter when cooking.

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Potatoes are terrible at picking up liquid seasonings. That’s why things like home fries are usually just seasoning with powdered salt and spices. The problem is that the potato skins block liquid seasonings from entering into the potato. Even if you cut them into cubes, the waxy flesh of the potato tends to ward off any liquids until they get crisp. That’s why I like to boil and smash my potatoes before pan-frying them.

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Make Late Summer Succotash with Mustard Greens

This is the simplest of succotashes with a nice addition of mustard greens with tons of zucchini and lima beans and tomatoes galore.

This is the simplest of succotashes with a nice addition of mustard greens with tons of zucchini and lima beans and tomatoes galore.

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Summer is on its last breath. Does that sound dismal? I don’t mean it to be! I love the end of summer. That’s when all of my favorite things are around in full force. Think tons of zucchini and lima beans and tomatoes galore. I eat all of these things on a daily basis in late summer.

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Serve Honey Caraway Brussels Sprouts

These Honey Caraway Brussels Sprouts are caramelized at a high temperature, which brings out their inherent sweetness for an easy side dish.

These Honey Caraway Brussels Sprouts are caramelized at a high temperature, which brings out their inherent sweetness for an easy side dish.

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Brussels sprouts are one of those much maligned veggies that really don’t deserve the bad rap they get. I suspect it all started from people boiling the soul out of them back in the day, which makes them mushy and stinky. The best way to cook Brussels sprouts is to caramelize the leaves at a high temperature, which brings out their inherent sweetness.

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