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Think spring – and green – with this vibrant puff pastry topped with asparagus spears and rich rich.
While quick and easy, these moist little muffins are far from basic.
These aren’t your grandma’s deviled eggs. This is an addictive mash-up of creamy and crunchy.
Recipes must be original and adapted from or inspired by Dorothy Dean.
Ellen Johnson emailed The Spokesman-Review Features section on Monday to brag about her husband’s first-ever scratch-made carrot cake – and rightly so.
You can’t have carrot cake without cream cheese frosting. Well, you can. But, why would you?
So good, you’ll forget you’re eating cauliflower.
This one pot meal couldn’t be simpler to make.
Now you’re probably thinking there’s no way strips of baked zucchini can be as enjoyable as its fried friend, but you’re wrong. Very wrong.
A spin on a childhood staple, this Greek meatloaf is tender, juicy and full of flavor.
With its liquid center, lava cake might seem intimidating to make, but with only five main ingredients, it’s actually quite simple.
Topped with a dusting of powdered sugar, a drizzle of caramel sauce and a scoop of vanilla ice cream, who needs a Valentine?
Migas translates to “crumbs.” It’s an ancient Spanish and Portuguese dish made with crumbs from day-old bread sautéed with garlic, olive oil, seasonings and a variety of ingredients based on the region it’s from.
To me, beef stroganoff has comfort written all over it. Tender chunks of beef and flavorful mushrooms in a creamy, robust sauce over a bed of egg noodles – I could eat it everyday.
These Asian lettuce wraps make for an easy, guilt-free meal that’s satisfying and packed with flavor.
They’re hydrating, packed with nutrients and make an easy, refreshing breakfast or pick-me-up. (And they’re great for hangovers too!)
While bloody marys are a great “hair of the dog” drink, I find their Canadian cousin, the bloody Caesar, to be far more flavorful and refreshing.
You’ll want to wake up to this heavenly combination of cinnamon and butter, fresh-baked pastry and sweet, warm, gooey frosting.
Here’s a holiday dinner centerpiece, fit for a king. With its juicy, tender, meat and crispy, flavorful crust, it’s no wonder this mouthwatering roast is served on the most special of occasions.
With the salty, chewy crunch from the cornflakes and ooey-gooey sweetness from the marshmallows, these easy to make treats are utterly delicious.