Make Collard Green Wraps for a Healthy Lunch

Collard Green Wraps recipe

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I have a bit of an obsession with Chef Vivian Howard from A Chef’s Life. It’s, hands down, my favorite show on television right now. Every single episode makes me want to march into my kitchen and make something from the show.

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Prepare Creamy Chicken Stew for Dinner

Creamy Chicken Stew recipe

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With fluffy white drifts of snow I can barely see over outside my front door, trekking to the grocery store is a bone-chilling affair that leaves me cold and drained by the time I trudge through my front door. This creamy chicken stew is the perfect way to warm up from the inside out. With big hunks of tender chicken and vegetables in a sauce that’s as white as the snow outside, this rich and flavorful stew never fails to put a smile on my face.

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Fill Pitchers with Winter Citrus Spritzer

Winter Citrus Spritzer recipe

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If you’re lucky, you’re seeing beautiful winter citrus beginning to pop up at the markets. It’s like nature knows we need a bit of brightness in the winter. A little sunshine in fruit form. This cocktail is perfect for New Year’s Eve. I’m not a big party-goer on New Year’s. I usually like to stick close to home or head to a friend’s house for a chill dinner with a small group. This year, I’m opting for the later and I’ve been on the lookout for a cocktail that I can make quickly and one that won’t leave me hammered before midnight. If you’ve never had Aperol, you’re in for a treat. It falls in the category of an aperitif.

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Prepare Cod with Soy Balsamic Glaze

Cod with Soy Balsamic Glaze recipe

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I’m a firm believer that some of the best dishes are discovered by accident. This dish was born out of a near disaster. I was cooking for a VIP event in the middle of nowhere when disaster struck.

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Make Smoked Cheesy Kale and Mushroom Strata

Smoked Cheesy Kale and Mushroom Strata recipe

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Every year, on Christmas morning, I make this Ice Cream French Toast, which was posted last year. Some of you made it with great success! I have to say that nothing makes me happier.

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Make Maple Dijon Salmon for Dinner

Maple Dijon Salmon recipe

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While I’m a big fan of lox, salmon teriyaki, and red curry salmon, this is hands down my favorite way of eating salmon. It only takes about 10 minutes from start to finish, yet its complex mix of tastes and flavors make it irresistibly good.

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Stay Warm With Harissa Lamb Meatballs

Harissa Lamb Meatballs recipe

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This is the season when appetizers of any kind are welcomed at all times. Between office parties, the neighborhood potluck or your best friend’s small get-together, it seems everywhere I turn, it’s just food and desserts galore.

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How to Make Vegan “Cheese” Spread

Vegan Cheese Spread recipe

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Hosting a holiday party can be stressful. There’s the top-to-bottom cleaning, the decorating, the cooking, and then of course you have to think about who to invite. Will Bob and Jane be going through another period of “mutual separation”? Will your boss get blasted and hit on your neighbor again? Oh, and then there’s your cousin and her boyfriend who have recently declared she’s gone vegan AND gluten-free.

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