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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Best Brown Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies

Infused with richly flavorful brown butter, these brown butter chocolate chip cookies are chewy and soft, and a little thick just the way they should be. They’re indeed the very BEST cookies you’ll ever eat. No chill time or mixer needed. I sometimes wish I hadn’t invented these cookies. When they’re in the house, they last only a day or two, no matter how many batches I make. Warm, right…
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Christmas Tree Charcuterie Board

There’s no better way to impress Christmas dinner guests than with an edible Christmas tree charcuterie board, adorned with red and green meats, cheeses, veggies, and more! While I’ll show you how to make the Christmas charcuterie board pictured, you can also easily customize it to include everything you and your family and friends love! I have a full list of red and green charcuterie components that you can include…
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How to Make Butter (Easy!)

Homemade butter is extra creamy and flavorful, with no added preservatives or fillers. And best yet, you only need two ingredients and 20 minutes to make it! Homemade butter just hits different—it’s all about that unbeatable taste and texture. The secret? Freshness. When you’re making it yourself, you get to pick the cream, and that makes all the difference. Choosing top-notch, maybe even organic cream takes the flavor up another…
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How to Make Chicken Broth (Classic Recipe)

Making chicken broth at home is so easy! Place a whole chicken, veggies and herbs into a pot with water, and set it and forget it on the stove. You’ll end up with 3-4 quarts of homemade chicken broth that you can use right away or freeze for later! Not only will you have quarts of delicious, homemade chicken broth, but you’ll also have a whole chicken that’s been slow…
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Cinnamon Baked Apples Recipe (In Microwave!)

You won’t be able to find an easier baked apples recipe. Why? Rather than using the oven, we’re baking apples in the microwave! They’ll come out warm and just soft, scented with cinnamon and topped with your favorite granola and other toppings. Why wait for the oven when you can make baked apples in the fraction of the time? Baked apples in the microwave is the easiest dessert, snack or…
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26 Thanksgiving Appetizers Your Guests Won’t Forget

These appetizers will steal the show. Here are 26 breads, salads, soups, munchies, and bite-sized finger foods that will kickstart your Thanksgiving celebration – so much so that your guests might forget about the turkey dinner! Appetizers are arguably the most important part of Thanksgiving dinner; they set the tone for the whole evening! From party dips like my crowd-pleasing Beer Cheese, or a fall soup like my family-favorite Butternut…
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Creamy Butternut Squash Soup

A bowl of creamy butternut squash soup is the epitome of comfort food during the cold weather season! The weather cools down and butternut squash soup is just what the doctor ordered. It’s also a staple at my Thanksgiving table! Make it a couple days ahead to serve as the perfect holiday appetizer or side dish. If you don’t finish the pot, save leftovers to have with a big hunk…
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Italian Roasted Green Beans

Turn green beans from boring to brilliant by roasting them until they start to caramelize, along with some lightly pickled shallots and a generous handful of melted parmesan cheese. They’re easy enough to make on a weeknight and fancy enough for special occasions too! I get the struggle…it’s hard to think about how to make veggies like green beans special, without spending hours preparing them. These roasted green beans take…
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