Sour and Spicy Combine in Lemon Chili Chicken

Lemon Chili Chicken recipe

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Aside from time it takes for the chicken to bathe in a garlicky marinade, this dish only takes a few minutes of chopping and a few minutes of stir-frying, making it perfect for a quick weeknight meal. Its preparation goes much like most East Asian stir-fries, but the decidedly West Asian ingredients make for a tantalizing array of flavors that will lure your taste buds into rapt attention.

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Roasted Broccoli and Goat Cheese Pasta: Quick and Delicious

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When I’m having an especially busy day, pasta is the one dinner I always reach for. It’s easy, quick and cheap, and it’s something I can throw together in a moment’s notice.

This absolutely delicious recipe features roasted broccoli, linguine and pine nuts tossed in a light and creamy goat cheese sauce. I love goat cheese on anything, and this dish is no exception.

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Save Time and Eat Well With Simple Garlic Bread

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Between running to the post office to ship orders and shuttling my sister and I to ballet, piano, and soccer practice, my mother managed to take time out of every evening to cook a balanced dinner for us.

A far cry from today’s fad diets, we ate a little of everything in moderation. The meals were sensible with a starch, protein and vegetables in an appealing array of colors and textures. This occasionally included a piece of buttery garlic bread along with a salad and an eight ounce serving of pasta.

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Welcome Warmer Weather with Strawberry Mango Salsa

Strawberry Mango Salsa

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The second it gets hot outside I make salsa. I can’t really explain that fact but it’s true. Great weather is just one excuse to whip up some homemade salsa, make margaritas and enjoy an impromptu happy hour with friends. One type of salsa I especially love is fruit salsa because it’s so fun to come up with new sweet and spicy combinations.

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How Do You Make Pickled Peppers?

Pickled Peppers

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One of my favorite ways to use up a bunch of peppers is to quick pickle them. While they won’t last for months like a real pickle, they make for a delightfully crispy side that straddles the line between salad and pickle.

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Get Spring Fever with Honey Cupcakes and Marshmallow Icing

Honey Cupcakes

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Spring is in the air! I love these little honey-scented cupcakes. They’re delightfully old fashioned and absolutely irresistible when spread with a sweet marshmallow icing.

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This Vegan Basil “Chicken” Has a Secret

Vegan Basil "Chicken"

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When I served this vegan Basil “Chicken” to meat-eating guests the other day, they were blown away when I told them there was no meat or fish in the dish. “How did you do it?” they asked.

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Toss Crème Fraiche and Bacon with English Peas

English Peas with Bacon

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Here’s a quick and delicious addition to your Easter feast this weekend! Small, sweet English peas are anything but old fashioned when tossed with bacon and a bit of crème fraiche. These peas are only available for a very short time in the spring, making them an ideal Easter side dish.

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