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Recipes Tagged ‘ onion ’

Artichoke Baked Chicken Thighs

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September 16, 2016
Artichoke Baked Chicken Thighs

I made this for my mom and she loved it! High praise indeed! Ingredients: 4 lbs. chicken  thighs, with skin 1 cup artichoke hearts, halved 1 medium onion, cut into pieces same size as the artichokes 1 lb. white button mushrooms, halved 2 Tablespoons brown mustard 4 fresh garlic cloves, minced 1/4 cup extra...
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Green Bean Casserole

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November 17, 2015
Green Bean Casserole

WAIT! Don’t think this recipe is for the usual canned soup with canned green bean casserole. It’s sooooo not! This recipe is for a home-made version of green bean casserole using fresh green beans and an incredible mushroom cream sauce that you make yourself. I found it on Cooks Illustrated.com, and it’s unbelievably good!...
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Roasted Fish with Balsamic Tomatoes

March 24, 2015
Roasted Fish with Balsamic Tomatoes

It doesn’t get much easier than this one-dish-wonder! I used fresh salmon fillets, and served the roasted tomatoes and balsamic sauce over couscous. So good, if I do say so myself–this is a KP original. Ingredients: 4 firm fish fillets, about 4 – 6 oz. each (salmon, snapper, or cod work well) 1 bunch...
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Vegetable & Lentil Pie

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January 13, 2014
Vegetable & Lentil Pie

I’m on a vegetarian kick lately. Call it my food-fad of the week But I gotta say the recipes I’m finding are fab!! This is like a Shepard’s Pie, but with no meat, no potatoes, and no cheese…so actually nothing like a Shepard’s Pie at all, hehehe  But it holds it own as far...
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Ham and Scallion Roll-Ups

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December 20, 2012
Ham and Scallon Roll-Ups

Here’s a throw-back to the 80’s.  My Mom made these for every party that I remember, growing up. And now the tradition carries on and I make them for parties. They are simple to make, and a hug hit with party guests. The classics prevail, am I right? Ingredients: 10 thin slices deli ham...
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Macaroni Salad

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July 9, 2012
Macaroni Salad

I brought this salad to a friend’s house and this was her review: “Super yummy and not your typical mother’s macaroni salad! My favorite things about it: the crunch, that it wasn’t too mayonnaisey, and I loved the spice–it’s addictive! Brandon said it was really good too! We will enjoy every bite. Thanks!!!”  That...
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Sauteed Greens with Beer and Bacon

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April 11, 2012
Sauteed Greens with Beer and Bacon

Looking for a way to knock the healthy right out of dark leafy greens?? Well then you’ve come to the right place I joke, but really, this recipe definitely “balances” vitamin-packed greens with flavor-packed ingredients like molasses, beer and garlic. Serve this delicious side dish with Panko Pork Chops, Grilled Salmon, or topped with a fried egg...
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Potato Pancakes

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March 5, 2012
Potato Pancakes

I had a request for a potato pancake recipe, so here it is! I made these tonight for dinner and they were a huge hit with the fam. They reminded us of eating at German markets when we lived overseas. Thanks to my father-in-law for sharing the family recipe! Ingredients: 1 lb. russet potatoes...
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Tomato Bread Salad

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February 7, 2011
Tomato Bread Salad

Let’s be honest–sometimes lettuce just gets in the way of a good salad, right? So this salad doesn’t even bother with lettuce–it’s all delicious toppings in a tangy vinaigrette. Buy the freshest tomatoes, basil, and sweet peppers you can find. High quality ingredients are key to making this a “wow!”  salad. Would be good to...
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Beer Braised Slow Cooker Pot Roast

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December 1, 2010
Beer Braised Slow Cooker Pot Roast

I make terrible pot roast. Awful. It’s always too tough. So after years of failed attempts, guess what I finally figured out??? When it’s tough, you have to cook it LONGER. I thought I was over-cooking the roast, but no!  Between that revelation and a recipe similar to this one from my friend Jennifer, I can...
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