Baked Sweet Potatoes with Apples, Cherries, Pecans, Oats, and Brown Sugar
Rice pilaf is a baked dish that usually starts on the stove, and is finished in the oven. The result is a fluffy, flavorful side that goes well with many main dishes.
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I’ve never met anyone who didn’t like scalloped potatoes- they’re rich, cheesy, and scrumptious. Great scalloped potatoes start with a creamy béchamel sauce.
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Some people say that the suburbs can’t match the city as far as innovative and exciting restaurants go. I am not one of those people. That’s because I don’t say it, I scream it!
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I started taking Yoga at the Mookshi Wellness Center (above Biddle’s Escape in Regent Square) a few weeks ago. I was amazed at what fun the class was- Rachael Goss is a fantastic teacher, and don’t worry if you’re a beginner- you can move at your own pace. Classes last about an hour, and are fun and educational. Come see what you’re capable of!
I love onion rings- they’re sweet, crunchy and fun to eat. Making them at home isn’t difficult- just follow this recipe!
I was making a dinner to take to my mother–a soup with meatballs on the side to add as she wished. My husband passed behind me once, pointing at the cheese I was adding and said, “Don’t add that! It’ll burn when you’re cooking them.” I smiled sweetly and resumed my task.
Here are a few cooking/kitchen tips that will help you work safer, and more efficiently in your kitchen.
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There’s nothing better than moist, homemade cornbread with soft butter and honey. This is an easy recipe- the results are delicious!
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Not everyone likes traditional hamburgers for various reasons. Here is a relatively easy, flavorful vegetarian burger that can be eaten just like a traditional hamburger.
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