Roast Spaghetti Squash Boats for a Simple Meal

Roasted Spaghetti Squash Boats are a Mexican-inspired dish that comes together in under an hour with black beans, cheese and pico de gallo.

Roasted Spaghetti Squash Boats are a Mexican-inspired dish that comes together in under an hour with black beans, cheese and pico de gallo.

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I’m currently working on a project where I’m testing 10 to 12 recipes per day. So this means that most days require for me to eat two bites of a chocolate chip cookie, 1/2 of a Belgian waffle, four bites of pea pesto pasta, three spoonfuls of hot fudge with strawberry ice cream and many other taste tests of foods with high calorie counts. At the end of the day I’m tired and oddly hungry but I don’t want anything remotely heavy. I want light foods. And I want it to be easy, too.

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Make Bourbon Mac and Cheese with Bacon

This Bourbon Mac and Cheese recipe is a grown-up version loaded with bacon, spiked with bourbon and contrasted with sharp cheddar.

This Bourbon Mac and Cheese recipe is a grown-up version loaded with bacon, spiked with bourbon and contrasted with sharp cheddar.

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Mac and Cheese is perhaps the quintessential kids food, but for me, my first experience with the iconic blue and orange box was after leaving home for college. The college years are a time for experimentation for most kids, and for me, I delved into the world of frozen dinners and sugary snacks that my mother would never buy. It didn’t take long for me to realize most of these things didn’t taste all that great, but Mac and Cheese was one of the things that stuck with me.

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Stay Cozy with Spring Risotto

This Spring Risotto recipe features asparagus, onions, spinach, and Parmesan-Reggiano.

This Spring Risotto recipe features asparagus, onions, spinach, and Parmesan-Reggiano.

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My favorite thing about spring is the balance between beautiful produce and slightly chilly weather. This calls for still keeping it cozy with foods like risotto. This risotto celebrates my favorite spring vegetable: asparagus. In addition to the asparagus are bright spring onions, spinach and tons and tons of Parmesan. I have trouble making risotto without adding tablespoon after tablespoon of butter but I somehow managed to restrain myself at 4 tablespoons—it’s tough!

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Make Peanut Butter Banana Pancakes for Breakfast

These moist and fluffy pancakes are layered with peanut butter and fresh bananas.

These moist and fluffy pancakes are layered with peanut butter and fresh bananas.

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I love banana bread, but if given a choice between getting an extra hour of sleep and waking up early to have a fresh baked loaf of banana bread I’ll almost always choose the extra hour of sleep. That’s why I came up with these peanut butter and banana pancakes.

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Make Angel Hair Cacio e Pepe

This Angel Hair Cacio e Pepe Recipe is a simple Italian meal with a pepper and cheese sauce.

This Angel Hair Cacio e Pepe Recipe is a simple Italian meal with a pepper and cheese sauce.

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My mom always made me butter and cheese pasta growing up. It was her emergency type meal, the thing she could throw together with three ingredients and in 15 minutes flat. This Angel Hair Cacio e Pepe is the Roman extension of that idea.

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Serve Quiche Salad for Breakfast

This Quiche Salad recipe re-imagines the ingredients commonly found into quiche, and transforms it into a salad.

This Quiche Salad recipe re-imagines the ingredients commonly found into quiche, and transforms it into a salad.

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Quiche is great… when you’re in the mood for it. Don’t get me wrong, I love quiche, but it can sometimes be a bit heavy, even when paired with a salad. Here I’ve taken all the same ingredients and rearranged them into a spinach, bacon and comté salad with a soft boiled egg and caramelized onion ranch dressing. Served with some crusty bread it makes for a light yet satisfying brunch.

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Make Herb Deviled Eggs for Easter

Herb Deviled Eggs Recipe from PBS Food

Whenever spring rolls around I get really excited because I know it’s time for my favorite appetizer, snacking food ever: deviled eggs. I can eat way too many deviled eggs and I have. You definitely shouldn’t do this because then you won’t have room for other Easter fare like hot cross buns and honey-baked ham. My parents never gave us gifts on Easter. Instead it was a day about a day with family and spending time with one another.

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Try Lasagna Rolls to Change It Up

This Lasagna Rolls recipe is perfectly portioned for an easy one hour meal.

This Lasagna Rolls recipe is perfectly portioned for an easy one hour meal.

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I was never much of a comic book reader as a kid, but I did love Garfield. As a chubby, lazy kid with a cynical sense of humor, perhaps I could relate to him on some level. Or maybe it was because we shared the same favorite food: Lasagna. It was, and still is, one of my favorite meals.

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