Mother’s Day Entree Idea: Chicken Marsala ~Uncustomary Housewife

This dish is perfect for family or company! It could easily be the focus of a romantic meal for two, or the talk of a dinner party with friends… and it’s pretty darn easy to make! My husband frequently orders Chicken Marsala in restaurants, so I was thrilled when I found this recipe in a…

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Mama Carmela’s Napolitana e Siciliano Easter Egg Lasagna

This is a quick and easy version of my Mama Carmela’s famous Easter Lasagna. The addition of hard-boiled eggs and sliced meatballs were influenced by her northern Italian background and make this dish extra delicious and one of a kind! I’ve adapted her recipe and made it “today” friendly for ease of preparation by using […]

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Easy Valentine Surf & Turf:Herb & Pepper Crusted Filet Mignon with Jumbo Gulf Shrimp ~Cooking with Ronco

https://videopress.com/embed/LUxmORtm?hd=0&autoPlay=0&permalink=0&loop=0 With Valentine’s Day around the corner, now’s the time to reserve a table…in your own home! Why not skip the over-priced, crowded restaurant this year and impress your Valentine with this quick, easy and elegant dinner for 2 in under 30 minutes in your Ronco Ready Grill. via Easy Valentines Surf & Turf! —

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Four Cheese and Sage Mac n’ Cheese with Crispy Bacon~WishToDish

Today I am bringing you all a little comfort food to help ease the January blues. Comfort food = macaroni and cheese, I mean what else…? I feel that mac and cheese is like the childhood best friend of food. You probably discovered it when you were six, turned to it after your first break […]…

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5 Winter Recipes to Keep You Happy & Warm ~The Five Collective

Having grown up in the Northeast, I love a long, cold winter. There’s nothing better than waking up to snowfall on a Sunday morning and being able to cuddle up with a hot cup of tea and a good book under a warm blanket. I love cooking hearty meals for cold winter nights– my top […]…

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Aromatic Roast Chicken in Coconut Milk — Cupcakes & Curries

Last few weeks since we’ve been back from Tokyo, I’ve been tinkering with several cake recipes that use matcha (Japanese green tea) but I still haven’t found one that accentuates the lovely aroma and flavour of it. I desperately wanted to post a Japanese-inspired recipe but things did not work out. Oh well. That’s for […]…

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