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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Bake a Batch of Peppermint Fudge Brownies

Peppermint Fudge Brownies recipe

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There was a diner near my house growing up. It was in a strip mall next to one of those hibachi Japanese restaurants that was so popular in the 90s. And there was a pet fish store that I’d often frequent, too, where I’d look at all the fish, and plead with my mother to buy me the most exotic, beautiful one in the aquarium. We were usually on our way to dinner at the diner. My dad didn’t care for it much, so it was usually an event reserved for when he was out of town on business.

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Try Banana Cheesecake Potstickers for Dessert

Banana Cheesecake Potstickers recipe

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I’ve always known that potstickers are a great way to wrap your favorite things into bite-sized parcels of deliciousness, but after making these tasty apple pie potstickers, I’ve been experimenting with different dessert fillings as well.

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Keep It Simple with Tomato Garlic Chicken

Tomato Garlic Chicken recipe

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As a kid, my mother made an iteration of this dish at least once a week for my brother and me. It was the easiest of easy dishes she made. She didn’t need to look at a recipe; she usually had all of the ingredients, minus the chicken, on hand at any given moment; and on those nights when she wasn’t all that inspired to try something new, this was her go-to.

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How to Make Vegan Grape Jelly

Vegan Grape Jelly recipe

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When I was little, I hated going to a friend’s birthday parties because lunch was almost guaranteed to be hot dogs and jell-O, two of my least favorite foods as a kid. While I didn’t know it at the time, both foods come from the leftover bits of animals as they are processed into meat.

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Toast the Holidays with Spiced Cranberry Sangria

Spiced Cranberry Sangria recipe

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The next three weeks will be an absolute whirlwind. There will be holiday parties, gatherings, cookie exchanges, office parties and so much more that will make me feel a little bit overwhelmed. It’s the happiest time of year…but also the time that moves the fastest and most stressful.

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