Make Breakfast Shine with Abundant Raisin Bread

Raisin Bread recipe

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There are few things that annoy me more than slicing into a loaf of “raisin bread” only to discover that each slice contains a paltry raisin or two embedded in the bread as if they somehow fell into the mixer by accident. Whether it’s Blueberry Pancakes or Clam Chowder, I find that too many foods these days suffer from a pitiful lack of their namesake ingredients.

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Impress Dinner Guests with Seafood Risotto

Seafood Risotto recipe

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This creamy seafood risotto is one of my favorite “spotlight” meals to make. I say spotlight because it sounds difficult and fancy but it’s actually quite simple once you’ve gotten all your ingredients prepped and ready to go.

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Vegan Tiramisu: Decadent Non-Dairy Dessert

Vegan Tiramisu recipe

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Lately, my go-to for vegan ground meat has been tofu that’s been frozen and thawed. Home-freezers are notoriously bad at freezing food because they chill things very slowly. This leads to the formation of ice crystals, which rupture cells in plant and animal matter, making them weep liquid when defrosted.

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Try Kale in Your Panzanella Salad

Kale Panzanella Salad

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I love kale salads in the summer. They’re light, yet also hearty and filling. I always feel really good the rest of the day after eating a large kale salad for lunch. That must have something to do with the fact that isn’t kale considered a super food?

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Learn Why Soba Salad Is a Healthy Option

Soba Salad

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Soba literally means “buckwheat” in Japanese and is also the name of the thin noodles made from buckwheat. Greyish purple in hue and with a nutty flavor, they’re unique in the world of noodles.

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Give Pork Tenderloin a Fruity, Yet Spicy Flavor

Apricot Chipotle-Glazed Pork Tenderloin

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Looking for a super quick weeknight dinner? This tasty apricot chipotle glazed pork tenderloin is the answer. All you need are three ingredients and you’re set. Dinner can be on the table in less than half an hour!

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Understand the Flavor Framework of Miso Soup

Miso Soup

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Miso soup is traditionally served as a breakfast food in Japan. Mornings being a busy time in any culture, this easy soup only has a few components and comes together in under ten minutes.

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Roasted Veggie Flatbreads for Simple, Weeknight Meals

Roasted Veggie Flatbreads

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Lately I’ve been making pesto out of just about anything. This kale version is quickly becoming a favorite. I love kale, especially lacinato {or “dinosaur” kale} because it has a slightly sweeter taste and is more delicate than curly kale, which can be quite tough and fibrous.

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