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Easy baked bone-in chicken thighs recipe
I am always looking for quick, easy, delicious ways to eat chicken. I used to be a breast white meat kind of guy (that's just how I grew up) but I have fallen for dark meat.
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Traditional porcupine meatballs recipe prepared in a pressure cooker
My mum's pressure cooked porcupine meatballs were the ultimate special treat comfort food in my home growing up. They have such a unique smell and mouthfeel.
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Mark's Mexican Meth is fit for a king but made for a pauper
For someone who is so historically financially successful, Mark Harrison is the Scrooge McDuck of entrepreneurship, affiliate marketing, and influencer marketing.
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Uncle Mark's Anchovy Vinaigrette Umami-Bomb Sauce of the Gods
My buddy Mark Harrison never recommends recipes for me. However, he's become obsessed with this recipe to the point of really pressing it on me because he knows how much I love strong flavors, olive oil, garlic, and even anchovies!
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A very traditional potato latke / potato pancake recipe even your mother would love
My mom and I had a few traditions: lunchtime wine at the Olive Garden, margaritas at El Paso Café, a Beefeater gin on her birthday, a really nice medium Filet Mignon at Outback, and lunches at Jewish delis. We would always start with a plate of potato pancakes--latkes--with sour cream and apple sauce.
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Crock-pot chicken just changed my entire life
Wondered what to do with all these chicken pieces until I remembered that I own an awesome-ass slow cooker Crock-Pot.
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Susan Stamberg's Cranberry Relish Recipe
Here, with Susan Stamberg's footnotes, is the recipe she reads on the air every year: Mama Stamberg's Cranberry Relish Recipe
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Crêpier
Every man's man has to have at least one thing he cooks -- something he brags about and is known for, at least in the family. My dad made "hash" which was a mixture of corned beef hash from a can, pan fried leftover baked potato from the night before, and sometimes, onion. Many men are known for their waffles or their pancakes, and some are known for their Sunday fry ups. Well, let me tell you about the moment I knew I would make crêpes my signature dish.
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A fresh and simple arugula and walnut pesto recipe from my sisters at 1970 Dogwood Street
When Anne Haas and Jen Tucker post a recipe, I jot it down. I love pesto, though I don't think I've ever had an arugula and walnut variant.
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My favorite (hard) boiled egg recipe is all about the steam
I am a huge fan of Chef John and his Food Wished channel on YouTube. I am also a fan of not messing up the simplest of recipes: making a hard-boiled egg.
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