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A challenge for me can be making sure I’m eating enough healthy vegetables, which is why I love keeping a batch of fresh gazpacho on hand.
Canning can be scary, but once I got over my irrational fear of poisoning my future self I was able to finally learn how to can.
This simple burger recipe is easy to put together and shows why burgers became an American classic.
This light pasta salad made with orzo, tomatoes, and basil is brimming with late summer flavors and makes a great side dish for grilled chicken and fish dishes.
This Gazpacho recipe is one of my favorite soups to make during the summer. We usually have a big bowl of Gazpacho in the fridge all summer long because it is light and healthy and makes a great side dish for everything we eat when it’s warm out.
Making shrimp cocktail at home is a lot easier and more affordable than you think. All it takes to make a tender and delicious shrimp cocktail that is full of bright flavors that highlight the shrimp is learning how to slowly poach the shrimp.
Sweet, succulent leg of lamb is one of the world’s great culinary treats. This spit-roasted leg of lamb uses a spit to continually baste the lamb as it roasts.
This homemade apple crisp recipe is easy to make and one of our favorite fall desserts. It has a fantastic topping and a mix of apples that balances sweet and tart.
With its deep creamy texture and rich cinnamon flavors, this gelato recipe is a treat for cinnamon lovers & a fantastic topping for pies, crisps, and cakes.
For tender shrimp cocktail that tastes great try slow poaching the shrimp with some lemons and limes.
There is nothing like steak grilled over an open fire. This simple rub in this steak recipe highlights the flavors from a real wood fire.
This whiskey sour recipe uses a fresh tasting sour mix and egg whites to produce a frothy, refreshing drink.
It was a long bitterly cold winter in Minnesota this past year, the kind of winter that makes you think about how you can’t wait for global warming to get here.