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  • VideoFirstleaf vs Winc – Wine Club Comparison Review
    Thinking of joining a wine club? It’s a great jumpstart if you want to immerse yourself into modern wine culture and helps you explore an assortment of brands and types of wine.  In this article, we’re comparing two popular wine clubs, Firstleaf vs Winc, and we’ll help you decide which... Read more »
  • Complete Guide To Tequila
    Introduction Tequila has many meanings to people all over the world. Regardless of how you prefer your tequila, it is a versatile spirit that can easily be enjoyed whenever, wherever, and however you want. With over 300 separate characteristics, tequila has a depth of aromas and flavors that can be... Read more »
  • Best Whiskey Smoker Kit
    On the hunt for a good whiskey smoker kit? There are many different types of smoking tools and kits available online to complete your very own bartending nook at home. Here are some of the best whiskey smoker brands we recommend. How Does A Whiskey Smoker Work? A whiskey (cocktail)... Read more »
  • Gummy Bear Shot Recipe
    Candies like the classic multi-colored gummy bears are timeless favorites. Their sweet, juicy, and fruity flavors must’ve made your childhood fun and memorable. Now, the Gummy Bear Shot allows you to enjoy all of these familiar flavors with an interesting twist.  What Does A Gummy Bear Shot Taste Like? Interestingly,... Read more »
  • Jolly Rancher Shot Recipe
    You loved those classic Jolly Rancher candies as a kid, and you’ll surely love them again with the Jolly Rancher Shot. Reminisce happy childhood memories with your pals with this shot that you can make in just minutes. Why Is It Called A Jolly Rancher Shot The cocktail takes its... Read more »
  • Mexican Candy Shots Recipe
    Wanna go for a Mexican-themed fiesta? There’s no better way to enjoy after feasting on burritos and enchiladas than with the Mexican Candy Shot, whose explosion of flavors will definitely spice up the night.  What Does A Mexican Candy Shot Taste Like? This Mexican Candy Shot is a delightful, balanced... Read more »
  • Washington Apple Shot Recipe
    One can always draw the good out of something bad, and the distinct fruity flavor of the Washington Apple Shot is a fantastic example of that. But what’s the story behind this popular disco cocktail?   What Does A Washington Apple Shot Taste Like? The Washington Apple Shot is a fabulous,... Read more »



    Skinny Taste

  • Tofu Poke Bowl
    If you want a tasty plant-based dinner, you’ll love these vegan Tofu Poke Bowls that replace tuna poke with tofu. Tofu Poke Bowl I keep getting requests for more plant based recipe. I LOVED these Tofu Poke Bowls! High in protein, easy to make and cheaper than using sushi grade... Read more »
  • 12 Easy Homemade Meatloaf Recipes
    If you ask me, meatloaf is one of the most underrated dinner ideas. Try these 12 Easy Meatloaf Recipes made with juicy ground turkey or lean beef and flavorful ingredients for your next family dinner. The Healthiest Homemade Meatloaf Recipes If you need some weeknight dinner ideas, there’s lots of... Read more »
  • 7 Day Healthy Meal Plan (March 20-26)
    A free 7-day, flexible weight loss meal plan including breakfast, lunch and dinner ideas and a shopping list. All recipes include macros and WW points. Spring finally arrives this week! I love this season of rebirth and renewal and I’m ready to see green grass and blooms! I want to thank everyone for their kind words and excitement on... Read more »
  • Broccoli Cheddar Soup
    This classic Broccoli Cheddar Soup recipe is a delicious, comforting soup that can be enjoyed year-round for lunch or dinner.  Broccoli Cheddar Soup Cheddar Broccoli Soup is the ultimate comfort food! I love it for lunch with a salad or half sandwich, sandwich, or for weeknight dinners as a first course. Healthier... Read more »
  • Baked Salmon Cakes
    These healthy baked salmon cakes are perfect as an appetizer with my zesty avocado dressing, or make it a meal with salad, roasted veggies or rice on the side. A great way to use up leftover salmon! Baked Salmon Cakes These baked salmon cakes are so easy to make and... Read more »
  • Classic Chicken Salad
    My quick and easy, classic chicken salad recipe made healthier and lighter to make the perfect homemade chicken salad sandwich. The perfect cold lunch for meal prep! Easy Chicken Salad Recipe This traditional Chicken Salad recipe, made with simple ingredients is perfect for make-ahead lunches. There’s so many ways to... Read more »
  • Turkey Shepherd’s Pie Stuffed Sweet Potato
    Inspired by my Shepherd’s Pie, I made an easy and healthy, stuffed sweet potato topped with ground turkey shepherds pie filling – it came out great! Turkey Shepherd’s Pie Stuffed Sweet Potato Shepherd’s pies are typically made with lamb, but this loaded baked sweet potato inspired by the pie is... Read more »




    smitten kitchen

  • easy freezer waffles
    A few months ago, and honestly not for the first or realistically the last time, my family betrayed me. It started, almost predictably, with the youngest. I made waffles one morning, so proud of myself for remembering to start the yeasted waffle batter, my favorite, the night before — and... Read more »
  • pasta with longer-cooked broccoli
    I’ve been working up the courage to tell you about this dish for a few years. Why courage, you might ask? What’s courageous about the timeless combination of broccoli and pasta, Deb? It’s the cooking time. This broccoli is not al dente. It does not “retain a crunch,” “still have... Read more »
  • cauliflower salad with dates and pistachios
    a clean-out-the-fridge salad I spend a possibly unhealthy amount of time … oh you thought I was going to say scrolling TikTok and watching other people clean their apartments? I mean, yes, that too. But I was going to say debating whether one *needs* a recipe for something I like... Read more »
  • baked brie with garlic butter mushrooms
    Welcome to the decadent meal I dream about every late December, when I want even simple foods to feel festive. Yes, I am seriously making the argument that baked brie should be a dinner dish. Or, if not dinner, maybe a luxe part of it, so perfect for this blustery,... Read more »
  • green angel hair with garlic butter + smitten kitchen keepers is here!
    Today my third cookbook, Smitten Kitchen Keepers, comes out and thank goodness, because it’s been impossibly hard to keep it from you this long. It feels downright unfair that I figured out how to make the best molasses cookie — thick, tender, but also one-bowl, no hand-mixer required, the kind... Read more »
  • apple and cheddar crisp salad
    This is an apple and cheddar salad and I would humbly argue an excellent one, the best I’ve ever made, but this recipe is also an excuse for me to share a few of the best tricks I keep up my sleeve (I always wanted to be a cook who... Read more »
  • focaccia onion board
    Welcome to the cutting room floor. Whenever I finish a cookbook, there are recipes that didn’t make the final book not because they’re flawed in any way, but because they weren’t necessary. Smitten Kitchen Keepers already has a couple great savory breads and sufficient caramelized onion magnificence, so I pulled... Read more »



    Joy the Baker

  • Let It Be Sunday, 409!
    As promised (threatened?) I’ve watched approximately 39 hours of Love Island UK. If that number seems high to you, clearly you are unaware that I have at least 20 more hours to go. But Kim, you may be wondering, aren’t you feeling the ick? Is the math really mathing? And... Read more »
  • My Favorite Classic Lemon Bars Recipe
    When life hands you lemons, make lemon bars! This lemon bar recipe is the perfect way to add a bite of sunshine to the day. These bars boast a buttery and lightly spiced shortbread crust, and a creamy smooth lemon filling that’s the perfect combination of tangy and sweet. Indulge... Read more »
  • Let It Be Sunday, 408!
    Thank goodness, Abby brought extra parachutes for us last week because I’m raising my hand to claim one. She’s not the only member of Team Joy the Baker who jumps first and finds solutions on the way down.  That’s exactly what’s happening as I set off on a little solo... Read more »
  • 5 Reasons Why You Need These Parchment Paper Sheets in Your Kitchen
    I’m a simple home baker.  I don’t need every clever kitchen gadget to make a batch of cookies. Honestly, I’ve reached for a butterknife over an offset spatula to frost cakes more times than I can count.  Baking isn’t all about gear but, there is one kitchen splurge that I... Read more »
  • Oscars 2023 Party Menu
    Since I was raised on movies, the Oscars ceremony is my Super Bowl. I look forward to it all year long and always try to watch all the contenders. Of course I’m in it for the films, the celebs, and the clothes. But I also love a good theme party—who... Read more »
  • Let It Be Sunday, 407!
    Happy Sunday, friends! Since you are my very best friends on the internet I figured I’d share a few thoughts. I think I want to write a book. Okay, I KNOW I want to write a book. It’s been in my very mind and heart for a long time, and... Read more »
  • My Best Classic Blondie Recipe
    Don’t think of blondies as brownies without the chocolate – these chewy little squares are sweet like butterscotch and studded with toasted walnuts and melty dark chocolate pockets. I add a generous sprinkle of flaky sea salt to balance the sweetness of the brown sugar, making these bars the best... Read more »



    Sprouted Kitchen

    I always buy a bundle of bananas at the market, only 1 of 4 of us actually snacks on a banana, which leaves lots of moments of overripe bananas that are too ripe for snacking but perfect for baking. 4 of 4 like the baked goods with the bananas. You’re... Read more »
    She was sitting on the edge of the pool, waiting for her turn at swim lessons and was completely sausaged into her swimsuit. Her longer body stretching the length of the bathing suit so that the chest of it was too low and the straps looked stressed. Beautiful, tender, winter... Read more »
    Fa la la la la! It’s baking season and this cake was a hit. Of course we all love cookies, and I have plenty of those on the list. My people love a breakfast sweet, and this has stood in for a simple dinner dessert on occasion as well. I... Read more »
    It has been a busy cookbook season! I spent last night reading through the Ottolenghi Test Kitchen Cookbook and am revisiting everything I have bookmarked in Aran’s Cannelle et Vanille Bakes Simple while it is rainy this week and we can work on some baking projects. If you eat gluten... Read more »
    Dinner seems so hard sometimes. I cook for SKCC during the day, so we have wonderful lunches, and obviously there are leftovers, but that leaves me not following my own advice as far as having a plan for dinner most nights. Ironic isn’t it? I have plans for lunch, we... Read more »
    I really wanted to push this as a smash cake idea, but I must tell you that in retesting, it is quite delicate. It is DELICIOUS, but she is not a sturdy, easy to frost cake. I’ll give it to you straight in case you have dreams of a Pinterest-worthy... Read more »
  • Quinoa & Sweet Potato Salad w/ Turmeric Tahini Dressing
    It used to be easier to write here. I like imagining who I am writing to and I’ve lost some of that here. I thought Instagram was a more effective place to share, but that place changed for me, as well. So, I want to be back here like I... Read more »



    Love and Olive Oil

  • Pistachio & Meyer Lemon Mousse Cakes with Mirror Glaze
    Lemon lovers, this one’s for you! These bright and sunny entrement cakes feature a core of Meyer lemon curd nestled inside a fluffy lemon and vanilla mousse, with a base of crisp and nutty pistachio dacquoise, all enrobed in a beautifully shiny yellow mirror glaze. Lemon and pistachio is a... Read more »
  • Quick Shrimp Tacos with Mango Salsa
    These fast and flavorful shrimp tacos are topped with a tangy mango salsa, fresh cilantro and a sprinkle of cotija cheese. Perfect for taco Tuesday (or Wednesday… or Thursday…) Our favorite weeknight dinners are fast, fresh, and flavorful, and these quick & easy shrimp tacos check all the boxes. The... Read more »
  • Meyer Lemon Olive Oil Loaf Cake
    This moist and flavorful glazed lemon loaf is made with extra virgin olive oil and Meyer lemons for a unique flavor, moist texture and gorgeous golden yellow color. Winter is citrus season, and Meyer lemons (a cross between lemon and mandarin oranges) are one of my favorites. This lemon loaf... Read more »
  • Sourdough Semolina Parchment Crackers
    These ultra thin and delicately crispy parchment crackers are made with semolina flour and sourdough starter for a yeasty, buttery flavor that’s perfect for your next charcuterie board. Homemade crackers are worth the effort, especially in the case of these parchment crackers that are almost supernaturally thin and crispy, made... Read more »
  • Blackberry Red Wine Chocolate Cake
    This boozy twist on a classic chocolate layer cake is made with red wine for a rich and robust chocolate cake with unique fruity undertones and an incredible depth of flavor unlike any other chocolate cake you’ve had before. Three layers of moist, deeply chocolate cake, with blackberry preserves and... Read more »



    FeedBlitz News

  • Introducing FeedBlitz Accel
    A new plan to help you define, refine, and maximize subscriber engagement and audience targeting for stellar results. Increase Visibility The data and capabilities to reach your subscribers when they’re most likely to open your emails. Boost Engagement Increased visibility leads to higher open rates, higher click-throughs, and overall higher... Read more »
  • Pulling Back the Curtain on Email Deliverability
    You can create the best email in the world, but it won’t matter if it doesn’t make it to your subscriber. And that’s why it’s vitally important you work with an email service provider (like FeedBlitz!) who places the highest possible focus and dedication on their deliverability practices. But what... Read more »
  • Your Guide to the FeedBlitz Email Ad Program
    Every email you send and every update that goes live is an opportunity — and that includes the opportunity to generate revenue. You’ve carved out your space on the world wide web and built a community of like-minded people interested in reading what you provide. You also created an email... Read more »
  • (Pumpkin) Spice Up Your Emails with Fall and Halloween-themed Templates
    Save time on design and get a jumpstart in spicing up your emails with a free Fall or Halloween-themed email template! A simple and easy way to bring the holidays into your email marketing – without having to start a design from scratch – these Quick Start templates are available... Read more »
  • It’s Official: Google is Ending FeedBurner Email. Here are Your Next Steps.
    Google has announced that Feedburner's email services will end in July 2021. Here's a guide for you to help you plan your move to a new email service as painlessly as possible.        ... Read more »
  • 3 Ways to Earn (Even More) Money with Your Emails
    Learn how you can turn your emails into revenue streams. Growing an audience is one of the most exciting and engaging things you can do online. Through a variety of many different outlets, including email, you’re able to offer value to like-minded people across the planet. And as a bonus,... Read more »
  • New: Schedule Your Emails Multiple Days a Week or Month
    More hassle-free set it and forget it email campaigns at your fingertips. The beauty of automated RSS-to-email campaigns is the set it and forget it factor, knowing your email campaigns will be sent as scheduled with your new content – that was the foundation in creating FeedBlitz.And now, continuing our... Read more »



    Sally's Baking Addiction

  • Homemade Banana Cream Pie
    Homemade Banana Cream Pie Creamy and smooth from-scratch custard joins bananas, whipped cream, and a buttery flaky baked pie crust to make one epic banana cream pie. This classic dessert is 100% homemade, and the perfect make ahead option because the layered beauty needs to set before garnishing and serving.... Read more »
  • White Chocolate Buttercream Frosting
    White Chocolate Buttercream Frosting Learn how to make sweet and creamy white chocolate buttercream frosting with this easy recipe. Although it looks plain, the frosting is made with melted white chocolate, so there's extra flavor hiding in each creamy swirl. The frosting is very rich and wonderfully thick, so it... Read more »
  • Strawberry Buttercream Frosting Recipe
    Strawberry Buttercream Frosting Recipe Let me teach you how to make naturally flavored (and naturally colored) strawberry buttercream frosting. The secret is to replace some confectioners' sugar with freeze-dried strawberry powder. This strawberry buttercream is ultra creamy and smooth, with loads of real strawberry flavor. The post Strawberry Buttercream Frosting... Read more »
  • Lemon Blueberry Muffins
    Lemon Blueberry Muffins These light and fluffy lemon blueberry muffins taste just as good—or better!—than any bakery version. Greek yogurt keeps them extra moist, creamed butter creates a wonderfully soft and fluffy texture, and blueberries and lemon add a burst of flavor. Sprinkle each muffin with a lemony-brown sugar crumb... Read more »
  • Guinness Chocolate Cake
    Guinness Chocolate Cake Adapted from my favorite chocolate cake recipe, this rich Guinness chocolate cake is made with reduced dark stout beer for deep flavor. Topped with ultra creamy chocolate Guinness cream cheese frosting, this cake might just become a new St. Patrick's Day dessert tradition. The post Guinness Chocolate... Read more »
  • Latest Recipe Testing!
    Latest Recipe Testing! Welcome to another rendition of my Latest Recipe Testing series! Never have I been in the kitchen so much, so often, and with so many flops. It’s a numbers game. I’m currently testing recipes for right now, for the holiday baking season, and for my cookbook. So,... Read more »
  • Blueberry Sauce Topping
    Blueberry Sauce Topping Juicy blueberries bring their natural sweetness to this quick and easy blueberry sauce topping, which is a versatile topping that's as welcome at the breakfast table as it is on so many desserts. The post Blueberry Sauce Topping appeared first on Sally's Baking Addiction.... Read more »




  • This Genius Recipe Is Our All-Time Most Popular Egg Dish
    Scrambled, poached, fried, or coddled: Every way of making eggs has a time and place. However, there’s only one egg that I could eat anytime, anywhere, with anything—and based on the recipe’s enduring popularity, I’d bet a lot of you feel the same way. I’m talking about none other than... Read more »
  • The Best Tools for Making Bagels at Home, According to Pros
    This post contains products independently chosen (and loved) by our editors and writers. Food52 earns an affiliate commission on qualifying purchases of the products we link to. Slightly crisp on the outside, tender and chewy on the inside, a well-made bagel is a masterpiece of textures and flavors. Professional bakers... Read more »
  • 11 Melina Hammer Recipes With 5-Star Ratings From Our Community
    If you’re familiar with my recipes—if not, welcome!—you probably know that I tend to focus on seasonal fare, with an emphasis on plant-based, locally grown ingredients (sometimes even from my own garden). With such an emphasis on produce, many of my recipes are perfect for the arrival of spring. Think:... Read more »
  • These 5 Best-Selling Le Creuset Pieces Are on Sale Right Now
    As you've probably seen, we're in the midst of our Spring Refresh Event. A slew of our best-selling kitchen and home staples, tools, and decor are currently on sale for up to 60 percent off, from dryer balls and a compact dish-drying rack to seven of our Staub favorites. To... Read more »
  • Our Food Editor's Dream Easter Brunch
    I grew up in a predominantly Polish family, so most of my childhood Easters were filled with potatoes, pierogi, kielbasa, a butter lamb (or Baranek wielkanocny), and a glazed ham—all of which we’d eat after a ruthless Easter egg hunt in my grandparents’ yard (I’m the youngest of 8 cousins... Read more »
  • 11 Easy Suhoor Recipes That’ll Keep You Satisfied All Day Long
    Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, starts on March 22 this year and continues until the evening of April 21. It’s a time of restraint and self-reflection for Muslims, and according to Dua Aldasouqi, a registered dietitian and nutritionist who observes Ramadan, it’s a wonderful time to focus... Read more »
  • Bamboo Paper Towels: Why You Should Use (& Love) Them
    This post contains products independently chosen (and loved) by our editors and writers. Food52 earns an affiliate commission on qualifying purchases of the products we link to. You don’t have to be like Monica Geller from Friends to appreciate the joys of a clean home. Polished floors, sparkling countertops, and... Read more »



    Welcome to Rosemarie's Kitchen

  • Celebrating Spring and National Ravioli Day
    Let’s begin with a big welcome – Hello Spring! It has been one heck of a winter. Even in sunny California, people needed to be rescued from the mounds of snow. Snow wasn’t just limited to the higher elevations – the Coastal Mountains experienced snow, too. Those of us who... Read more »
  • Saint Joseph and the 4th Sunday in Lent
    Today we celebrate the Feast Day of Saint Joseph, Husband of Mary. Within the Catholic Church, this feast has the rank of Solemnity. To rank a feast as a Solemnity is to give it the highest importance. Solemnity Feasts celebrate a mystery of faith or an important event. Unlike other... Read more »
  • Ham, Mushrooms and Goat Cheese Omelette
    Do you shop the big box stores? Most of you know what I mean – the floor to the rafters mega warehouses that make you buy a ton of things. Want pork chops? Awesome – the thin slice come 40 pork chops to a pack. Pork Tenderloin? Great – here’s... Read more »
  • Saint Patrick’s Lenten Friday Feast
    Today is the forth Friday of Lent. It is a day set aside for abstinence. It is also the Feast Day of Saint Patrick. As a feast day for the Patron Saint of Ireland, the Irish have been granted a special dispensation. That means if you are Irish Catholics, Corned... Read more »
  • Piccata Inspired Supper
    Hello Thursday! Today is the 16th day of March – just one more day till Saint Patrick’s Day. Let’s face it, aside from the Lenten Journey, Saint Patrick’s Day is the highlight of March. It’s that magical time of the year when we are all a bit Irish here in... Read more »
  • Kansas and Barbecue Without a Grill
    Welcome to the 15th day of March. It’s an interesting day, filled with thoughts and reflections. Today is National Kansas Day, and we’ll talk more about that in a moment. Today is also Everything You Think is Wrong Day. Wow – what a revelation that must be to some of... Read more »
  • Holy Cow, That’s a Lot of Potatoes!
    For as long as I can remember, my father has grown a garden. When I was very young, he grew flowers in the backyard. The entire back fence was lined with flower beds. I can remember two of his four brothers also had beautiful gardens. Those boys seemed to have... Read more »



    Jessica Gavin

  • Chicken Broccoli Stir-fry
    Chicken Broccoli Stir-fry This quick and easy chicken broccoli stir-fry recipe is ready in 30 minutes! A one-pan dish packed with hearty protein and vegetables, simmered in a savory garlic soy sauce. Grab your wok. It’s time to make a delicious broccoli chicken stir-fry! I always have these two ingredients... Read more »
  • Green Beans and Mushrooms
    Green Beans and Mushrooms This green bean and mushrooms recipe is a quick and healthy side dish. You only need one pan to saute, then steam the vegetables until tender. This mushrooms and green bean recipe is a crowd-pleaser no matter the occasion, from a quick weeknight dinner to holiday... Read more »
  • Mediterranean Chicken
    Mediterranean Chicken One-pot Mediterranean chicken recipe with a delicious fresh tomato sauce. Serve with your favorite side dishes for a complete meal. Are you looking for an easy and delicious chicken dinner? Learn how simple it is to make Mediterranean chicken. A combination of lean meat, fresh vegetables, briny olives,... Read more »
  • Chicken Stroganoff
    Chicken Stroganoff This easy chicken stroganoff recipe is a quick 30-minute meal, perfect for busy weeknights. Tender pieces of chicken are pan-seared and served with a creamy mushroom sauce. Creamy chicken stroganoff is the ultimate comfort food. The good news is it only takes 30 minutes to prepare. You only... Read more »
  • Ted Lasso Biscuits
    Ted Lasso Biscuits Here’s how to make the famous Ted Lasso biscuit recipe from the hit TV series streaming on Apple TV+. These melt-in-your-mouth shortbread cookies are made with just five ingredients! Ready to have biscuits with the boss? If you’re a fan of Ted Lasso TV show, you’re in... Read more »



    Carlsbad Cravings

  • Chicken Fried Steak
    Chicken fried steak that can be fried, air fried or baked – tastes better than your favorite restaurant and is easy to make at home! Chicken fried steak, also known as country fried steak, is a southern favorite that’s easy to make at home!  Tenderized beef cutlets are battered in... Read more »
  • How To Make Crepes
    Learn how to make delicate French crêpes with just a few pantry-friendly ingredients, a blender and a nonstick skillet! Thin and delicate French crepes with buttery crisp edges are shockingly easy to make at home for a fun breakfast, lunch or breakfast-for-dinner!   All you need to make this recipe are... Read more »
  • Crispy Baked Chicken Tacos
    Crispy Baked Chicken Tacos with juicy shredded chicken and oozing cheese are the easier cousin to chicken birria! These Baked Chicken Tacos are mouthwatering flavor fireworks in each cheesy, saucy, crispy bite.  They’re the easier cousin to chicken birria in more accessible weeknight dinner form!  This taco recipe is made... Read more »
  • Pad Woon Sen (Thai Glass Noodle Stir Fry)
    Pad Woon Sen is a Thai glass noodle stir fry that is quick and easy to make at home in under 40 minutes! This Thai Pad Woon Sen recipe belongs in your Asian repertoire because it’s downright delicious, easy, customizable, and can be on your table quicker than driving to your... Read more »
  • Chicken and Sausage Gumbo
    This gumbo recipe is a soul-satisfying taste of New Orleans, loaded with juicy chicken, smoky Andouille sausage, plump shrimp and bold spices – it’s one for the recipe binder! This chicken sausage gumbo is one of the most flavorful, satisfying meals you’ll ever devour; the kind of hot, steaming spoonful that... Read more »
  • Chicken Quesadillas
    This Chicken Quesadillas recipe is a cheesy, crispy, hearty, satisfying lunch or dinner with a filling that is 100% make ahead friendly! This Chicken Quesadilla recipe is the meal everyone will beg for with its crispy, golden shell giving way to ooey gooey cheese, juicy seasoned chicken, bell peppers, onions,... Read more »
  • Hibachi Chicken
    This Hibachi Chicken recipe is a dizzyingly delicious Japanese inspired dish (like Benihanas!) served with bites of juicy pan seared chicken, stir fried vegetables and buttery fried rice, all dunked in creamy yum yum sauce! This Hibachi Chicken recipe is every bit as swoon worthy as Benihanas at a fraction... Read more »



    Garden in the Kitchen

  • Creamy Sun Dried Tomato Gnocchi
    Pillowy gnocchi and a parmesan-enriched tomato cream sauce make this Creamy Sun Dried Tomato Gnocchi a winning weeknight dinner! Everything cooks together in one pot and is ready to eat in 30 minutes. One-pot recipes are some of my favorites for dinners because they’re low-maintenance and easy to put together.... Read more »
  • Garlic and Herb Lamb Loin Chops
    These tender Lamb Loin Chops are marinated in a simple garlic and herb paste, then pan-seared to perfection. It’s an impressive main dish that requires very little effort! Disclosure: this recipe has been created in partnership with Awaken180° Weightloss and it is compliant with the program rules and recommendations. For more information please... Read more »
  • Shrimp Lo Mein Recipe
    This 30-minute Shrimp Lo Mein Recipe is a simplified version of everyone’s favorite Chinese noodle dish. Featuring noodles, veggies, seared shrimp, and a 2-ingredient lo mein sauce, it has everything you’d expect from takeout, but better! Easy to make gluten free. Craving even more takeout-inspired dishes? Pair this easy lo... Read more »
  • Air Fryer Shrimp Recipe
    Learn how to make crispy shrimp in the air fryer with no breading! This easy Air Fryer Shrimp Recipe is deliciously savory, flexible, and ready to eat in less than 20 minutes. If you love your air fryer as much as I do, then you’ll want to give this Air... Read more »
  • Prosciutto Wrapped Maple Salmon
    Elevate your everyday salmon dinner with this 20-minute Prosciutto Wrapped Maple Salmon recipe! The sweet and salty flavors are crowd-pleasing and easy to put together using just 6 ingredients. While it’s hard to improve on a classic salmon dinner recipe, like this Tuscan Salmon Skillet and Salmon and Broccoli Stir... Read more »
  • Slow Cooker BBQ Chicken Thighs
    You’ll quickly fall for these weeknight-friendly Slow Cooker BBQ Chicken Thighs because they’re rich with smoky flavors, deliciously tender, and so easy to make! Just set it and forget it, then enjoy for dinner hours later. Grab your slow cooker because we’re making Slow Cooker BBQ Chicken Thighs for dinner... Read more »
  • Chicken Mushroom Orzo
    This one-pot Chicken Mushroom Orzo recipe may look elaborate, but it comes together in no time using a short list of healthy ingredients. It’s a flavorful and hearty family dinner that’s naturally gluten free! What’s the best way to make family meals 10 times easier? Cook all of the ingredients... Read more »