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classic and simple comfort food We were lucky enough to have recently visited Cape Cod, a place known for its beautiful sea shore, luscious hydrangeas, and outstanding seafood. No better place than there to enjoy some delicious New England fish. I love the simplicity of baked haddock (also known locally as scrod, it’s in the …

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refreshing on a summer day When itโ€™s about 97 degrees outside nobody really feels like standing over a hot stove to prepare the next meal. This tasty grain salad with roasted cubed sweet potatoes, chopped fresh herbs, peppery arugula, diced fresh tomatoes, and sweet onion all drizzled with a refreshing sharp red wine vinaigrette will …

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candy, cake, and ice cream… in one dessert! My youngest is turning seven and has been dreaming of her next birthday cake since her sixth birthday. So many decisions: should it be ice cream or cake? What flavor should it be?What kind of frosting? Is there some way to incorporate candy? We were getting closer …

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some serious indulgence In Redgate Kitchen’s other chocolate and peanut butter cups recipe I presented a nearly guilt-free version of a classically delicious treat. Here, I present my totally decadent dark chocolate peanut butter cups, inspired by Samantha Senevirante’s. Like the first ones, you can make these dairy-free. A word of caution, these are dangerously …

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filo wrapped marinated chicken and roasted sliced potatoes Sami Tamimi’s chicken shawarma pie, from his amazing new cookbook Falastin, is some next-level middle eastern cooking. Besides being beautiful to look at, the different flavors in this dish work together magically. Whether you’re entertaining guests or feeding your family, this chicken shawarma pie is certain to …

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