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The bold flavor of coffee goes well in both sweet and savory recipes. Find out how to use it to enhance your meals.
There are some dishes that are absolutely perfect vehicles for leftovers. Quesadillas are a great example.
This rendition features strong brewed coffee in the base for an extra-rich, dark taste. It’s perfect for beef and pork.
Brewed coffee creates a hearty marinade here that imparts tons of flavor in a short time.
Mixing a bit of coffee into the rub creates a rich, aromatic flavor.
Freezer cooking is a great way to save time and money. Preparing homemade meals ahead of time doesn’t require any special equipment – not even a large freezer!
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Even the savviest chefs among us occasionally have a food drama.
From peppers stuffed with cheesy linguine pasta to creative grilled stuffed peppers, we have a recipe that will delight anyone.
SECRET INGREDIENT: cornflakes
This chicken salad is anything but ordinary. Chicory, frisée, and green cabbage tossed with a white wine-tarragon vinaigrette make a lively bed for strips of breaded chicken coated in crisp … Read More
Are you tired of plain old balsamic vinaigrette or boring oil and vinegar? Try one of these delicious combinations.
Like broccoli, cabbage is a strong anticancer food, and here’s a delicious way to eat more.
Enliven a leafy green salad with chunks of sharply flavored feta cheese and an exciting dressing laced with basil and tomatoes.
Inexpensive, nutritious, and quick-cooking, tender, earthy lentils and roasted red peppers make a great side-dish salad with a light meal. High in protein, lentils are also a good source of fiber.
Here’s yet another reason to forgo meat once, twice, or three times a week.