Roasted Cauliflower Steak

Easy, simple, and satisfying, these thick slices of cauliflower steak are golden and caramelized, a great main or side dish with plenty of seasoning and serving ideas for customization! Looking for a vegetarian, low-carb main course or side dish that’s easy enough to make for weeknight dinners? This cauliflower steak recipe is my go-to! Cauliflower, when roasted in thick slabs, is meaty like the real thing! It’s also very much…
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Starbucks Cake Pop Recipe (Easy Copycat)

These Starbucks copycat cake pops are made from vanilla cake mix and frosting, colorful candy melts, and fun sprinkles for the perfect bite-sized treats to celebrate any occasion! There’s something so epic about Starbucks’ cake pops. They’re moist and sweet, with a crunchy candy coating and the cutest of cute sprinkles. To make them at home, semi-homemade is the name of the game (just like with my Chocolate Eclair Cake…
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Best Marry Me Chicken

You’ll surely fall in love with this Marry Me Chicken recipe. Make this juicy chicken topped with a sensational sun-dried tomato cream sauce for your partner, and it’s said he’ll pop the question next! I am a living example of the saying: “the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach”. Cook my man a big bowl of something delicious, and he’ll swoon. Marry Me Chicken is really so…
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Classic Cacio e Pepe Recipe

With just 4 ingredients and 30 minutes, you can make classic cacio e pepe by combining Italian cheese and pasta water to create a creamy sauce, tossed into pasta and freshly cracked black pepper. Anthony Bourdain once said that “if…in Rome for only 48 hours, I would consider it a sin…to not eat cacio e pepe.” I couldn’t agree more. It’s hard to forget my first bowl of cacio e…
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Juicy Baked Italian Meatball Recipe

Juicy meatballs don’t need to take hours to make! Baked in the oven for less cleanup, these classic Italian meatballs are ready in no time and will be the best you’ve ever had! Secrets revealed! There’s a couple secrets to making the most delicious Italian meatballs. The first is grated onion. Grated onion isn’t just for flavor; it’s the best way to ensure your meatballs will be tender and juicy…
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Sautéed Broccoli With Garlic and Lemon

It’s speedy, it’s simple, it’s scrumptious…it’s sautéed broccoli tossed in garlic and lemon! Whether served as a side dish or tossed into pasta and more, it’s ready in just 15 minutes. Say “no more!” to boring ole steamed broccoli that just gets kicked around your dinner plate or woefully swallowed by your kiddos. Broccoli can be fun, guys! Trust me! Here’s how… Sautéing broccoli caramelizes the outside of the florets,…
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How to Make Over Easy Eggs

Learn how to make over easy eggs, that are as perfect as your favorite breakfast restaurant’s, in only 5 minutes! Why You'll Love This Over Easy Eggs Recipe: These over easy eggs are overly easy to make! I’m sure you’ve fried an egg before, trying to get the perfect runny yolk, yet in what seemed like just a few seconds, your egg yolk was a pasty, dried up mess. Well...
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Crispy Smashed Potatoes Recipe (Easy!)

What’s the secret to crispy potatoes? Smash them! These smashed potatoes are perfectly crispy little morsels, seasoned however you please. Smashed Potatoes: How can you go wrong with smashed potatoes that are creamy on the inside and crispy on the outside? The answer is, you can’t go wrong! The best way to serve them is straight off the baking sheet, when they’re piping hot, sprinkled generously with salt. Serve them..
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Easy Turkey Chili

Turkey chili from-scratch doesn’t have to take hours to make. This easy turkey chili recipe is on the table in less than an hour, is made with lean ground turkey, veggies, beans and spices, and of course, doesn’t compromise on flavor! Turkey often gets a “bad rap” for being flavorless and boring; but that’s why turkey is the perfect meat for chili. Ground turkey is the best blank canvas for…
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Classic Clams Casino Recipe

Tender clams on the half-shell, stuffed with toasted breadcrumbs, bacon, and finely chopped peppers, shallots and garlic, this classic clams casino recipe is a favorite appetizer! It’s a beloved New England recipe: Clams Casino. Originating in Rhode Island which is right around the corner from me, I’ve had my fair share of clams casino! This recipe is pretty traditional, with fresh littleneck clams topped with butter toasted breadcrumbs, smoky bits…
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