Quick Dinners Made Classy: French Bread Pizza

French Bread Pizza

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French bread pizzas are one of my very favorite quick dinners. I love that I can throw everything together and have a delicious, warm meal on the table in under 25 minutes. Plus, they are a huge hit with everyone! No dealing with messy pizza dough here — just slice and bake for a quick, easy and delicious meal.

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Take Grilled Cheese From Ordinary to Extraordinary

Grilled Cheese

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When it comes to food, I’m not picky, I just know exactly what I want. Take the humble grilled cheese sandwich for example. It’s a sandwich I adore and yet I would never have one outside my own kitchen.

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Chickpea Pasta Salad is a Picnic Season Winner

Chickpea Salad

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Is it too early to break out the picnic salads?

Most of you would probably tell me {or shout, rather} that yes, it’s way too early as there’s snow covering a large portion of the nation right now. And I hate to rub it in…really, I do…but it’s been gorgeous in California and all I’ve been craving lately are lighter, portable salads for beach and forest picnics.

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Warm Up Winter With Creamy Tomato Soup

Creamy Tomato Soup

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It shouldn’t come as any surprise that the secret to a great tomato soup lies in using great tomatoes. Unfortunately, we don’t live in a perfect world, where sugary sweet sun-ripened tomatoes are available all year round. The other day, while waiting out a blustery blizzard, I found myself craving a bowl of bright red tomato soup with that perfect balance of sweet, tart, and savory.

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Add Coconut Flavor to an Easy Cauliflower Bisque

Cauliflower Bisque

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Lately I’ve been really into bisques made with coconut milk. I just love the ever-so-subtle coconut flavor. Using coconut milk is also a great substitution for heavy cream!

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Smoky and Sweet: Black Vinegar Pork

Black Vinegar Pork recipe

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When it comes to food, I generally don’t think in absolutes. Shunning all carbs or all sugar just doesn’t make any sense to me, unless you have a health condition that requires it. Our body’s needs are too nuanced to be dictated to by strict diets and that doesn’t even account for the gustatory needs of our souls.

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Forget French Fries: Easy Parmesan Potatoes Will Satisfy

Italian Parmesan Potatoes recipe

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My future mother-in-law made these simple roasted Italian Parmesan potatoes over Christmas and everyone just loved them. They are easy, delicious and made with ingredients you most likely already have on hand. They also go perfect as a side dish with just about anything! We had them the other night alongside some steaks on the grill and sautéed chard. Much healthier than traditional French fries and more satisfying as well!

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Burdock Salad Provides Earthy Flavors and Vitamins

Burdock Salad

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Most people know burdock’s most significant contribution to society as the inspiration behind Velcro. After noticing that the burrs from the plant sticking to his dog, a Swiss inventor removed one and studied it under a microscope uncovering the hook and loop structure that would eventually become Velcro.

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