Prepare Stuffed Acorn Squash for a Vegetarian Delight

Acorn Squash

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Looking for a healthy, tasty meal that won’t break the bank? Look no further, my friend. I’ve got ya covered.

These spicy stuffed acorn squashes are hearty and filling, but the best part is that they round out to only about three dollars each. Seriously.

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Discover Why Kumquats Make Great Marmalade

Kumquat Marmalade recipe

If you’ve ever let curiosity get the best of you and picked up a pint of kumquats you may have been a bit disappointed when biting into one revealed a sour, dry, seed filled citrus that doesn’t taste half as good as it looks.

While they’re not great for eating, kumquats have a wonderful flavor somewhere between an orange and a mandarin. Because you’re meant to eat the skin, kumquats have been bred to be less bitter with tender flavorful skin. This makes them perfect for making marmalade.

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Create a Savory Dinner with Pomegranate Chicken

Pom Chicken

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I love pomegranate juice and love cooking savory foods with it!

Here, the juice is reduced down to a sauce and mixed with sweet, tangy pomegranate molasses and smoky chili powder for a very unique tasting chicken dish. Pomegranate molasses is available at gourmet food shops, Middle Eastern grocery stores and online.

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Transform a Korean Favorite Into a Stir-Fry


Japchae (잡채) is a festive dish loaded with colorful seasonal vegetables. In Korea it’s served for special occasions, but in the U.S. it’s second only to Bi Bim Bap in popularity.

Most traditional Japchae preparations have you cook and season each ingredient separately, but it’s unnecessarily complicated and results in a lot of bowls to wash. Purists may claim blasphemy, but I’m a fan of the simplicity of making it as a stir-fry.

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Try a New Technique for Poached Salmon

Poached Salmon

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Looking for a new, delicious way to prepare salmon? Try poaching in olive oil!

Contrary to what many may assume about this style of cooking, the fish does not actually absorb the oil, making it an extremely healthy (and tasty!) dinner idea.

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Prepare a Decadent Chocolate Cake in One Minute or Less!

Chocolate Cake

Okay, so maybe I’m exaggerating a bit here. You do need to measure out a handful of ingredients and stir them together, but we’re talking 1 minute tops, between your dark chocolate fantasies and passing a spoonful of this chocolaty cake between your lips.

How is this even possible you ask?

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Elevate Your Chicken with a Sweet Balsamic Marinade

Balsamic Chicken

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Well, I hope you guys saved some of your arugula walnut pesto from last week! If not, store-bought pesto will work great for this simple, delicious chicken recipe. Chicken is first marinated in balsamic vinegar and then topped with thick, melting slices of fresh mozzarella, pesto and a balsamic reduction drizzle.

It’s not as fancy as it seems! In fact, besides the hour marinating time, this dinner is ready in only about twenty minutes flat.

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Forget Red or Green: Try White Curry Instead

White Curry

Curry is known for its vibrant flavors, with colors that span the spectrum from yellow to green to red. But before a recent trip to Singapore, I’d never heard of a white curry. It was at a restaurant called Candlenut Kitchen, that I realized this spicy stew could also be white.

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