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05 Dec Turkey Burger

Ever wonder how to get a turkey burger to be moist, juicy and delish? Well, since I have had my share of gross, dry, over-cooked turkey burgs and vowed I was done ever eating them again, I challenged my husband to change my mind. Welp,...

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05 Dec Citrus-Brined Roasted Chicken

What's worse then spending time and money on a dinner, to have it turn out dry and flavorless? Not much. What's the solution to roasting a moist and flavor-packed chicken? Brining! Chicken and turkey really benefit from brining as the process permeates the meat with...

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05 Dec Bone Broth

All bone broths — beef, chicken, fish, lamb and more — are staples in the traditional diets of every culture and the basis of all fine cuisine. And there’s a reason it’s is prescribed by doctors and mothers alike when you’re feeling under the weather....

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05 Dec Roasted Tomatoes

A couple of weeks ago, I bought a few plum tomatoes for making salads. Well here in the Northeast in November, tomatoes have very little taste. So sad, but true. I really hate spending money on food and then having it tasteless. So, instead of...

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31 Oct Tomato Soup

After a summer full of sweet local tomatoes, the winter months can look bleak. But canned tomatoes are a great opportunity to enjoy the robust flavor of tomatoes year-round. Using canned tomatoes and roasting them until they're sweet, gives you that rich and flavorful base for...

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31 Oct Roasted Salmon

I cannot stress enough how simple, yet elegant, how quick, yet flavorful this recipe is. Perfect for the weekdays for yourself or a gathering of friends and family for lunch, brunch or dinner. Those of us with poor knife skills will STILL be able to...

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