Pasta with Winter Vegetables ~FoodieFrauke

Time to celebrate – this is my 100th post! After the anniversary last week, this number just shows again how huge this journey and experience turned out to be… When I started one year ago, I would have never imagined getting to 100 posts and almost 400 followers by basically doing what I always loved […]…

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Sun-dried Tomato Pesto Palmier — The Caramel-Coated Cook

I was watching one of the many Thanksgiving specials on the Food Network the other day when the Barefoot Contessa came on. For the win! Ina Garten was using her culinary magic to make a beautiful Thanksgiving meal for two and her appetizer of choice was a savory palmier. A palmier is a French pastry…

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Recipe: Beer-Fried Green Beans — FOOD MINGLE BLOG

I first saw these on the menu at a local pub and I was immediately intrigued. A deep-fried vegetable sounded odd, but yet interesting. I ordered them and I have been a fan ever since. Make you own deep-fried green beans using the recipe below. Ingredients: Peanut oil, for frying 1 cup beer 1 cup […]…

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Roasted Butternut Squash, Brussel Sprouts and Broccoli — Food For Thought

Roasted Brussels Sprouts, Butternut Squash, Broccoli, Pecans, and Cranberries – this easy fall or Thanksgiving side dish is not only delicious but bursting fall flavors, it’s also healthy, gluten free, vegetarian, paleo, whole 30 and packed with fiber. via Roasted Butternut Squash, Brussel Sprouts and Broccoli — Food For Thought

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Rice Croquette (Vegetarian)

Originally posted on Your Home for Homemade Japanese Food:
Today I introduce you to “Rice Croquette”. It is delicious, easy and a great dish for potluck party! Also kids will love it!! Make creamy white sauce. Mix steamed rice, the white sauce and cheese. Batter with flour, egg, and bread crumbs. Fry about 2 minutes.…

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Tuscana Quattro Formaggi Red Pepper & Olive Pasta with Basil Cream One Pot!

Tuscan food, by tradition, is light, appetizing and extremely colorful. Feel free to experiment with any foods that fit into the latter category. Not a fan of olives? Use roasted eggplant! Want more veggies? Add roasted asparagus, chopped cherry tomatoes, zucchini–the list is endless! Create, Create! Here’s my version of a lighter, but very satisfying…

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Pico de Gallo aka Salsa Fresca

In Mexican cuisine, pico de gallo literally means beak of rooster. Legend has it that fighting cocks are calmed by their handlers by placing the rooster’s head in their mouth. Yum! 😉 It is said that darkness causes birds to immediately begin the sleep cycle. Often as soon as the handler puts the bird’s head…

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Ana’s Earth Day Brown Rice & Vegetable Harvest Bake

On this day, April 22nd we demonstrate our support and protection of our beloved Mother Nature. Earth Day is an annual event celebrated worldwide and global actions are held to demonstrate support for environmental protection. It was first celebrated in 1970, and is now coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network and celebrated in more…

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Crunchy Thai Cashew Salad

The undeniable simplicity of this salad is astounding! The crunchy astringent taste of cucumbers, the sweet crisp edge of carrots, cashews and red peppers, the pungent, licorice notes of  cilantro and basil and the spicy, salty, sweet and sourness of lime, soy sauce, rice wine vinegar and chili produces a memorable flavor explosion that you…

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