Save Time with Twice Baked Sweet Potatoes

Twice Baked Sweet Potatoes

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These delicious streusel topped twice baked sweet potatoes are sure to be the hit of your Thanksgiving table this year. If you’re a sweet potato lover like me, you’re going to love the both crunchy and smooth texture, along with the sweet taste of these sweet potatoes! They’re a winner.

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Grab Some Bread and Devour Gambas Al Ajillo

Gambas Al Ajillo

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Gambas al ajillo, or “shrimp with garlic” is perhaps one of the most popular tapas outside of Spain. I love shrimp, and you can’t go wrong with shrimp fried with lots of garlic and olive oil, but for me the appeal of this dish is less about the shrimp and more about the caramelized garlic and shrimp juices that settle in the bottom of the pan. Put a pan of these in front of me and I could devour a whole loaf of bread, smearing each nibble of browned garlic onto every last piece of crusty bread.

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Breakfast is Calling: Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Pancakes

Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Pancakes

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When it comes to breakfast, I am a pancake girl. As much as I love scrambled eggs and bacon, there’s just something so wonderful about a big stack of fluffy pancakes with maple syrup.

The chocolate chip pumpkin spice pancakes are a new seasonal favorite!

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Okonomiyaki: Classic Japanese Street Food

Okonomiyaki

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Often described as a “Japanese pizza”, okonomiyaki is actually more like a pancake. I think the reason people compare it to a pizza is because you can fill it with just about anything that suits your fancy. Fitting, given that its name literally translates to “grilled as you like it”.

A street food that’s often sold at Matsuri in Japan, it’s a fast food that’s been around long before McDonalds opened their first golden arches in the land of sushi and teriyaki.

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Stay Warm with All-American Beef Chili This Fall

All-American Beef Chili and Beans Recipe

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This is your traditional all-American beef chili.

The chili you make during football season, the chili you make on the first day it snows and the chili you make, freeze, then pull out for dinner on a rainy day. This is it.

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Bread Baking for Beginners: No-Knead Focaccia Bread

Focaccia Bread

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With the sun getting lower in the sky and the chill of autumn creeping upon us, I finally decided to wake my oven from its summer-long slumber to bake some bread. Given that it’s been about six months since I’ve done any baking, I decided to start with something simple and familiar.

Focaccia is a great beginner bread because it’s fun to shape, can be topped with almost anything, and involves a one step baking process unlike some breads (such as bagels or baguettes).

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Cozy Up with Some Hot Spiced Apple Cider

Hot Spiced Apple Cider recipe

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If you’re like me, you love to relax at night with a warm beverage. Even in the midst of summer, I’ll always make a cup of peppermint tea to sip on after dinner. It’s like the perfect cozy ending to my day. Recently, a new steamy concoction though: hot spiced cider! Okay, so I know hot cider isn’t really a “new” idea, but it’s new to me this season.

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Wrap Food for a Simple Flavor: Miso Salmon with Mushrooms

Miso Salmon with Mushrooms

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There’s nothing new about wrapping food in a sheet of something, and applying heat. It’s a convenient, portable method of cooking food that’s been used for millennia, but it also happens to be delicious! The food cooks in its own juices, making for a tender, moist dish that’s full of flavor.

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