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  • Best Shrimp Po Boy Recipe
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    Best Shrimp Po Boy Recipe

    Shrimp Po boy is quite popular in the state of Louisiana. But you don’t need to visit Louisiana to try this incredible sandwich. Instead, you can prepare it at home and enjoy it from afar. All you have to do is spice the shrimp and fry them. Then put the fried shrimps in Louisiana bread […] More

  • French Toast With Eggnog Recipe
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    French Toast With Eggnog Recipe

    Eggnog, cinnamon, brown sugar: just the sound of these ingredients remind me of the best Christmas morning breakfast I would have every year at my grandma’s countryside cottage. French toast with eggnog are typical winter morning breakfasts. Eggnog toasts are delicious quick meals. Eggnog is extremely nutritious and beneficial for health. It is high in […] More

  • Instant Pot Paella Recipe
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    Instant Pot Paella Recipe

    Paella is a Spanish dish made with rice. Traditionally, the Spanish served paella with a wooden spoon, so the name means “shallow pan used for frying.” In the past, the Spanish would eat it straight out of the pan. Now, we are going to look at a shallow pan recipe in an instant pot.  If […] More

  • How to Make Deviled Egg Potato Salad
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    How to Make Deviled Egg Potato Salad

    Potatoes and eggs have been staple foods since the beginning of time. Civilizations worldwide have created numerous cuisines using these two items that are still very popular today. Deviled Egg Potato Salad is one such delicious creation that has been around since the early 16th century. It is believed to have originated in Germany, but […] More

  • Hawaiian Oxtail Soup Recipe
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    Hawaiian Oxtail Soup Recipe

    The name suggests that it is a Hawaiian dish, which is partly true. In reality, this dish is thought to have originated in Spitalfields, United Kingdom, in the 17th century. It was known to be a comfort food for the British back then. It had a rich flavor and taste, and the broth had several […] More

  • Recipes Using Fresh Plums
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    Recipes Using Fresh Plums

    Plums are a not-so-secret joy of late summer and early fall. Plums belong to the same family as peaches and apricots. They come in vibrant red, yellow, orange, green, and pink-purple colors. There are more than two thousand varieties of plums in the world today. Besides being packed with vitamin C and antioxidants, plums also […] More

  • Best Mashed Rutabaga Recipe
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    Best Mashed Rutabaga Recipe

    If you plan to invite guests for dinner, why not serve creamy and nutritious mashed rutabagas instead of mashed potatoes? The sweet dish is a low-carb alternative to mashed potatoes. Are you curious about the mashed rutabaga recipe? In this article, I am going to share my recipe for mashed rutabaga with you. You can […] More

  • How To Boil Asparagus On Stove
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    How To Boil Asparagus On Stove

    Typically, Asparagus is cooked and is served as a side dish. It tastes even fancier when mixed with pasta, salads, chicken, etc. Its flavor depends on the place it was grown. It adds green freshness to every dish it is served with. There are different ways to cook Asparagus. Some people like them grilled, prepared […] More

  • How to Make Steak Diane
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    How to Make Steak Diane

    Steak Diane is an old famous tableside dish, but its taste still rules. This dish is made of beefsteak and beef, and brandy-based pan sauce poured over the steak along with some fresh herbs.  Traditionally, it is made with thinly pounded steak, butter, a cognac, and shallot sauce that is flambeed (alcohol is flamed to […] More

  • How to Make Old Bay Wings
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    How to Make Old Bay Wings

    Chicken wings were made famous by the Anchor Bar in Buffalo, New York, around the year 1964. Of course, people had chicken and wings before that too, but the concept of wings with hot peppery sauce was introduced by Anchor Bar, and hence we all know what impact buffalo wings have had on the world.   […] More

  • Mignonette Sauce Recipe For Oysters
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    Mignonette Sauce Recipe For Oysters

    If you are in love with seafood and especially the ones that come in, shells, that is, the oysters, then there is nothing better than this Mignonette sauce that will help you savour this dish. Mignonette sauce for oysters finds its origin in the South of France, which is blessed with sea oysters in abundance. […] More

  • How To Make Cheese Puffs
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    How to Make Cheese Puffs

    Cheese puffs have been around forever. Cheese puffs have been made by people all over the world for quite some time now!  The history of cheese puffs dates back to the ancient Greeks. They made the very first cheese puffs from goat and sheep’s milk. Over time, cheese evolved from a portable snack to a […] More

  • Blue Cheese Hamburger Recipe
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    Blue Cheese Hamburger Recipe

    I have a huge obsession with blue cheese hamburgers. I don’t remember what made me love them, but now I can’t get over it! If you plan to make one at home for your children or even for your guests, then I would say go for it; it’s the yummiest treat ever!  Everybody knows how […] More

  • How To Cook Stuffed Flank Steak at Home
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    How To Cook Stuffed Flank Steak at Home?

    When we think about cooking something special for our guests, what typically comes to our minds? Choosing the perfect dish for the occasion becomes quite a tough job, but we got you. Stuffed Flank Steak may look very complicated but trust me; it is effortless to make at home.  You can make it in the […] More

  • Cold Crab Dip Without Cream Cheese
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    Cold Crab Dip Without Cream Cheese

    This little appetizer is perfect for your parties or even gatherings and is very easy to make. The cold crab dip without cream cheese is the best option such that you get to make it the night before or instantly.  Whenever I have to plan parties or gatherings, I panic about what I should make […] More

  • Beef Stir Fry Marinade Recipe
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    Beef Stir Fry Marinade Recipe

    Thinking of a meal which is very easy to make and can be done in 20 minutes? Then this is the right place for you; in between this hectic lifestyle, the stir fry beef marinade recipe is ideal for you! This meal is filled with healthy vegetables and stir fried beef, which is just flavorful […] More

  • Best Manhattan Clam Chowder Recipe
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    Best Manhattan Clam Chowder Recipe

    Chowder is something we all love, and if it happens to be clam chowder, then I would say, talk less, and eat more!  Chowder is known as a rich and thick creamy textured soup, and just like any other stew or soup, it also contains vegetables or meats. It typically contains potatoes which gives it […] More

  • How Long to Air Fry Egg Rolls
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    How Long to Air Fry Egg Rolls

    There is something heavenly about the crispy egg rolls that makes it very hard to resist. Imagine being able to enjoy fried egg rolls minus the grease and dripping fat. Air fried egg rolls are one of the best makeover snacks of today because they are delicious and healthy. Introduction To The World Of Air […] More

  • Best Crab Bisque Recipe Ever
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    Best Crab Bisque Recipe Ever

    You can enjoy a variety of seafood today. But the origins of the crab bisque go back to the mid 20th century in Singapore. The first dish consisted of stir-fried crabs. The dish popped on the top 50 world’s most delicious food charts in the world.  Some of the popular tv shows also showcased the […] More

  • Easy Chicken Pho Recipe
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    Easy Chicken Pho Recipe

    All those who have experienced eating pho already know that it is the most comforting yet tasty food. I cannot stress the above sentence enough. For those who will try it for the first time, it will be life-changing for you.  Pho is an authentic Vietnamese broth and rice noodles dish flavored with amazing spices. […] More

  • Green Chili Chicken Soup Recipe
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    Green Chili Chicken Soup Recipe

    Whether matched with dinner or any other time of the day, chicken soups never fail to meet our appetites or even our taste. It turns into a savory and mouthwatering dish that would find its place on the dining table when matched with green chili. Though now given the rank of comfort food, it does […] More

  • How to Make An Italian Sub
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    How to Make An Italian Sub

    As the name suggests, Italian subs stem from Italian culture. The Italian sub is traditionally a 12 inch long sandwich with meat and cheese fillings, which may or may not be toasted.   The invention of Italian subs or Italian sandwiches dates back to 1899 by Giovanni Amato. Giovanni Amato was an Italian baker in Portland. […] More

  • Sous Vide Bone In Pork Chops
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    Sous Vide Bone In Pork Chops

    Sous vide is a method of cooking at a low temperature for a long time. In this cooking method, the food is kept in a plastic pouch or a glass jar and cooked over a water bath for a long time. It is somewhat different from the traditional methods of cooking. It ensures that the […] More

  • Old Fashioned Roast Beef Hash Recipe
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    Old Fashioned Roast Beef Hash Recipe

    Beef hash gained popularity in Europe and the US after the second world war when rationing came into effect, and the meat was not available. The word “hash” is derived from the French word “Hacher,” which means to chop. People created hash from chopped meat, onions, potatoes, and anything else that was available.  For the […] More

  • Mexican Red Sauce Recipe
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    Mexican Red Sauce Recipe

    If you know about Mexican culture, you are familiar with this Mexican red hot sauce recipe. This recipe is created with dried spicy ancho chilies and can use other chilies famous in Mexican culture. The best part, it is effortless to make. It just takes 30 minutes of your entire day. This incredible and tasteful […] More

  • Best Chicken Stock Recipe
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    Best Chicken Stock Recipe

    Chicken stock is a name you’re sure to be familiar with. Almost everything can be made with this pantry staple, including gravies, soups, and stir-fries. The canned version is available at all supermarkets. There is, however, nothing better than homemade stock. I will share the best homemade chicken stock recipe with you today. The best […] More

  • Easy Beef and Pork Meatloaf Recipe
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    Easy Beef and Pork Meatloaf Recipe

    Meatloaf is the perfect combination of veggies, spices, bread crumbs, and meat. A sparkly red tomato sauce tops it all off. Meatloaf is not a new concept. According to legend, the dish traces its origins to the United States. However, few versions of the legend claim that the dish has something to do with ancient […] More

  • Recipes With Cream of Celery Soup
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    Recipes With Cream of Celery Soup

    A soup is both comfortable and nutritious. One can relish it as a starter and can pair it with any menu. However, celery in the soup adds feelings of umami and flavor to the soup. Celery has many health benefits, which makes it a popular food. It possesses antioxidants that can improve your immunity and […] More

  • Baked Cod With Ritz Crackers Recipe
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    Baked Cod With Ritz Crackers Recipe

    In New England, most of the fancy restaurants have baked cod with ritz crackers on their menu. Some of these restaurants also add seafood topping to their baked cod. If you want to make the baked cod with the ritz crackers recipe at home, let me assure you that you can effortlessly prepare this dish. […] More

  • How To Make Shrimp Ceviche
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    How To Make Shrimp Ceviche?

    Ceviche has its origin in Peru, and people there love this dish due to its rawness. With the changing times, the dish has also evolved, and different versions of it are prepared in different parts of the world. It is popular in South and Latin America and other places like Mexico, Ecuador, Chile, and Colombia.  […] More

  • How To Make Homemade Tomato Juice
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    How To Make Homemade Tomato Juice?

    Do you have high cholesterol levels? If yes, drinking homemade tomato juice will be highly beneficial. Drinking fresh tomato juice every day will help destroy bad cholesterol in the body. Its high content of vitamin C and B3 helps stabilize cholesterol. Tomato juice helps make different recipes that enhance the flavor of a dish. You […] More

  • Italian Sub Sandwiches Recipe
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    Italian Sub Sandwiches Recipe

    Portland, Maine, is the birthplace of an Italian sub sandwich. At the beginning of the 20th century, Giovanni Amato, a bread seller, started adding vegetables, meat, and cheese to his freshly baked bread at the request of dockworkers. That is how your favorite Italian sub sandwich came into existence. Several facts make an Italian sub […] More

  • Kabocha Soup Recipe
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    Kabocha Soup Recipe

    Pronounced as Kah-bow-cha, this soup is one of the favorite soups in Japanese households. With green skin and an orange interior, kabocha is rich in sweet flavor, similar to sweet potatoes. You can eat the soup for breakfast along with bread or a bowl of rice, and it is easy to cook kabocha squash when […] More

  • How to Grill Tomatoes
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    How to Grill Tomatoes?

    I love cooking and recently bought a grill. As a vegetarian, I grill most of the vegetables on the grill and enjoy their smoky flavors. In this process, I have tried making grilled tomatoes using the grill, which came out delicious and mouth-watering. I didn’t stop there and tried to add some flavors and tried […] More

  • How to Make Pickling Spices Recipe
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    How to Make Pickling Spices Recipe?

    Did you know the process of pickling food and veggies was started by the Mesopotamians around 2400 B.C? Salt and brine were the two most common ingredients used to increase the food’s shelf life, especially when people traveled long-distance by sea.   Pickling spices makes any dish taste authentic and flavorful. It adds an aromatic fragrance […] More

  • How To Prepare Celery Root
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    How To Prepare Celery Root?

    Celery root originates from the Mediterranean area. It was used for religious purposes by the Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans. It gained importance as a vegetable in the middle ages. Celery root is also known as Celeriac and is loaded with vitamins and minerals. While not a popular choice in cooking, it can be incorporated in […] More

  • Chili Recipe Without Beans
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    Chili Recipe Without Beans

    Chili recipe without beans dates back to the 1700s. It is originally known as Texas chili, which doesn’t have beans to get the rich taste of meat. However, nowadays, people make chili without beans if they have an allergy or don’t like the beans’ taste. Another interesting fact about the chili recipe without beans is […] More

  • How To Make Chicken Marinara  
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    How To Make Chicken Marinara  

    Chicken Marinara is one of the classic European recipes that has been around for centuries. The origin of the Chicken Marinara recipe is said to be inspired by various parts of old-world Italy. Dating back as far as the 16th Century, the recipe has gone through numerous transformations. However, it remains one of the most […] More

  • How to Prepare Horseradish
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    How to Prepare Horseradish

    If you are confused about how to serve horseradish, there will be no confusion in your mind once you get to know how to prepare raw horseradish. The serving suggestions are mentioned below. You might have seen horseradish in the market and often wondered how to prepare it. In early spring and late fall, horseradish […] More

  • Sweet Pie Crust Recipe
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    Sweet Pie Crust Recipe

    Vegetable pie originated in Medieval Europe, but the sweet potato pie is a traditional dish of the Southern United States. You will hear about sweet potato crust pie in America during the holiday season, such as Christmas and Thanksgiving. There is no crusty top layer. You will see several Sweet pie crust recipes in the […] More

  • Butterflied Leg of Lamb Recipe.
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    Butterflied Leg Of Lamb Recipe

    If you are a foodie, then a butterflied leg of lamb is no stranger to you. Butterflied leg of lamb is lamb Leg without bone and has a uniform thickness throughout, so it absorbs all the taste that you have to offer inside it. Lamb is tender meat and is perfect for exquisite family dinner, […] More

  • How to Make Indian Rice
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    How to Make Indian Rice

    Rice is a staple food in India. However, its history goes a long way. Its origins remain untraceable. Some historians reported that the Chinese cultivated rice near the Yangtze River. It started 8,200 to 15,000 years ago. Indians began domesticating rice along the river Ganges.  The Indians prefer gravy, fried potato, and lentils as side […] More

  • Pasta with Clam Sauce Recipe
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    Pasta with Clam Sauce Recipe

    This classic Italian pasta dish is famous for being easy to make, looking fancy in front of the guest, and giving them an illusion that you spend all your day preparing this, while it only took you 30 minutes!  Clam sauce with pasta can be your last-minute dinner option if you are the kind of […] More

  • Cooking Turkey Upside Down Recipes
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    Cooking Turkey Upside Down Recipes

    What does Thanksgiving dinner consist of if there is no turkey? The American custom of eating turkey for dinner on Thanksgiving has become a tradition. Every year, on Thanksgiving, each family roasts a turkey. Turkeys have been associated with Thanksgiving since the American Indians celebrated the harvest with a feast during the autumn. According to […] More

  • How To Make Potato Bread
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    How To Make Potato Bread?

    Do you have leftover mash potatoes? Please don’t throw it. You can make lovely and fluffy potato bread with the help of these mashed potatoes. The homemade potato bread is quite soft and is far better than grocery store potato bread. These bread are delicious to eat. They are far better than white bread. You […] More

  • Hamburger Macaroni Casserole Recipe
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    Hamburger Macaroni Casserole Recipe

    Hamburger has been an extremely popular dish since 1758. The history of the dish remains unclear. But many claim that they have spotted the recipe in Hannah Glasse’s book, the art of cookery made plain and easy. In her book, she mentioned “Hamburg Sausage” as the first recipe served with toasted bread. Later on, the […] More

  • How to Make Grilled Onions
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    How to Make Grilled Onions

    There is a saying that if you make food without onions, it is not worth eating. We are not sure of that, but we know that grilled onions are superb! Grilled onions are suitable for salad, steaks, and burgers. But apart from these, grilled onions can add flavor to almost any dish.  Onion has excellent […] More

  • How to Make Albondigas
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    How to Make Albondigas

    Perhaps you have had them at a restaurant, appreciated the taste but do not know how to make Albondigas? Perhaps your gym instructor told them that they are fat-free food? Perhaps you love Mexican and want to try something new? Either way, you have come to the right place. We will show you how to […] More

  • How to Steam Hard Boiled Eggs
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    How to Steam Hard Boiled Eggs?

    Do you find it difficult to steam hard-boiled eggs? Peeling the shell of an egg can be a tricky job to do. Most of the time, the whites of an egg come out. To avoid this, steaming hard-boiled eggs is the best. The steaming process helps put in minimum effort to peel an egg, and […] More

  • Dark Rye Bread Recipe
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    Dark Rye Bread Recipe

    Are you suffering from blood sugar? If yes, adding rye bread or rye to your daily diet will help reduce your blood sugar levels. It acts as a dietary fiber that helps improve the digestive system. Rye itself is an excellent source of vitamin A, magnesium, calcium, protein, and more. Rye flakes are a rich […] More

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