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By Jennifer Knapp A new video for Video Friday I love Thanksgiving, because it’s the one holiday where the entire country comes together to prepare a meal with friends and family. Many people have their own ways to cook the turkey and make the mashed potatoes and stuffing, but sometimes, it’s fun to mix it […]

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By Zoe McLaughlin A new video for Video Friday Roasted chicken thighs are easy to make, but ordinary. Dress them up by rubbing an herb paste under the skin to season the meat and create a ton of flavor without a lot of work. It’s important to use fresh herbs when making the paste because […]

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By Jess Ziman A new video for Video Friday A few months ago, a friend of mine told me a story of a near disastrous first date she went on. The whole date sounded dreamy – a dashing man had invited her to his home to cook her a romantic candlelit meal for two. She […]

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By Jess Ziman How do you heat your tortillas? They can be soft and slightly warmed, or toasted for a smoky taste. Whether you are making gourmet tacos for a boozy night with your buddies or trying to repurpose some leftovers for a quick dinner with the family, these techniques will help you get the […]

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By Zoe McLaughlin Have day-old bread and don’t know what to do with it? This recipe shows you how easy it is to make homemade croutons. Croutons only take a few minutes to make and can be used for a variety of dishes. The most classic is for Caesar Salad but croutons are a great […]

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Pasta with pesto has always been one of my staple comfort foods but it can get a little repetitive when it’s your go-to meal. To change it up, I like to substitute couscous for the pasta. Couscous is also a wheat grain but the texture and flavor are very different from pasta. While bland on […]

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By Jennifer Knapp As a caterer, I’m often asked to prepare shrimp for my clients. It’s always one of the most popular items on the menu, and most guests gravitate towards the shrimp on the buffet table or as a passed appetizer. Kids and adults seem to love it equally. Versatile and fast-cooking, shrimp is […]

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By Zoe McLaughlin This rustic, Tuscan bread salad is everything I love about summer. It takes advantage of all the garden-fresh vegetables the season has to offer to make a summer salad that is just as visually pleasing as it is delicious. Panzanella is very easy to make and great to take on picnics or […]

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