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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Winter Squash Guide: Pick the Right Type for Your Recipe

Squash Guide

Kabocha Squash

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year! It’s time for squash…and lots of it. By the time you have finished reading this, I’m hoping I have convinced you enough that you pick up your keys and head to your closest market to grab some squash for dinner tonight.

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Redefine Rice with Clams and Chicken Paella

Clams and Chicken Paella

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I don’t know if it’s my Asian lineage that makes me genetically predisposed to having an affinity for rice, but I love rice dishes. Whether it is risotto, wappa meshi, Hainanese chicken rice, or rice pudding, I can’t get enough of the humble grain.

Paella is another one of my favorites, not just because of its simple one-pot preparation, but because of the depth of flavor you just don’t see in most rice dishes. It’s also great because you can make it using a nearly infinite combination of meats, seafood and vegetables.

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Add a Lemon Linguine Side Dish to Dinner Tonight

Lemon Linguine

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Let me introduce you to lemon linguine, one of my new favorite side-dishes. This creamy, lemony pasta pairs perfectly with roast chicken or pork. It’s also a great light meal on it’s own. The best part? Just how easy it is to throw together!

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Fill Up Guilt-Free with Spicy Chicken Lettuce Cups

Lettuce Cups

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Crisp cups of lettuce filled with savory, sweet and spicy chicken make for fun party bites, but they’re also great for a quick low-carb meal that’s more filling than a salad. It’s a common weeknight meal at my house because it’s easy to prepare and you can get creative with the filling.

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Keep it Simple with a Steak Sandwich

Roast Beef Sandwich

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I’m not a huge red meat person, but sometimes a girl has just got to have a steak. This sandwich is one of my favorite ways to enjoy it! A good steak sandwich is a wonderful thing, indeed.

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Fry Up Some Potato Cakes with Sweet Soy Glaze

Potato Cakes

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I first had these potato cakes at a croquette shop in the Northern Japanese island of Hokkaido. It was sold as “potato mochi” and although I wasn’t really hungry, my curiosity got the best of me and I ordered one to go. Crisp on the outside, and soft and creamy on the inside it was glazed with an addictively sweet soy sauce and wrapped in a piece of nori, kind of like how I used to eat rice cakes as a kid.

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