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"I run my own salon, and I’m an instructor at a cooking school," writes Sandy Ercolano of Ridgewood, New Jersey. "It seems that I’m always in the kitchen. At home I cook meals and come up with recipes for my classes.
Why bake your bacon, you ask? Two reasons. First, it cooks more evenly than on the stovetop, and, by using the oven, you free up space to cook more fabulous main dishes like eggs in a hole or omelettes ...
Grilled Brie & Goat Cheese with Bacon and Green Tomato
Two cheeses, crisped bacon, and a super fresh green tomato make this sandwich extra flavorful, especially when pressed.
Some people only think of sautéeing these vegetables with a little butter, but this recipe shows us how far the two can go when cooked with fresh basil, Parmesan cheese, and toasted pine nuts. Perfect as a salad or as...
This is a time-saver dressing that combines two Thanksgiving favorites, Louisiana yams and cornbread, for a delicious diabetic - friendly recipe. Save a step and buy premade cornbread at the grocery store.
When "Go Ramen" food blogger Keizo Shimamoto debuted his Ramen Burger creation at Smorgasburg this summer, people took notice. His invention features two ramen noodle buns as the main attraction, with a shoyu-seasoned burger patty topped with arugula and green...
These big, thick ribs offer a tender beef experience that's akin to braised brisket but packed with slow-cooked barbecue flavor. Note that these are knife-and-fork ribs, not finger food.
Skillet Seared Skirt Steak
This healthy Seared Skirt Steak recipe is a juicy, savory and impressive meal. A quick and easy dinner, the balsamic tomato topping serves as a sauce and a dressing as it glistens over a bed of arugula.
Check out this refreshing recipe that was served at Elton John AIDS Foundation’s Academy Awards Viewing Party. This delicious dish provides your guests with tangy, sweet tapas that are perfect for party munching.
Not all chicken nuggets are bad for you! This recipe is suitable for kids and adults alike. Neither processed nor fried, these nuggets are something you and your children can feel good about eating.
Brining the chicken makes the meat tender and melt in your mouth. These barbecued chicken sliders are best served with extra napkins. For more recipes, visit Taste of Home Click here to see more Barbecue Chicken Recipes