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This Beer-Battered Fish Will Be The New Way You Enjoy Using Beer

No Comments | Written on April 20, 2017 at 10:45 am , by

Do you have a bottle of beer at home that you absolutely no intention of drinking? Then we have the perfect dish for you to get your hands on! This beer-battered fish is the best and only way you should be use that extra bottle of beer you have in your refrigerator.

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If You’re Looking To Try Your Hand At Indian Food, Then You Should Start With These Samosas

No Comments | Written on January 21, 2017 at 10:45 am , by

We’re really hoping that this is the year that Indian food explodes in popularity, because it’s so delicious! It has spice, it has flavor, and it isn’t even that hard to make! A good place to start would be the samosas. You may ask us, “why?” and we would tell you to keep on reading to find out!

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Looking To Use Your Cauliflower In Some New & Interesting Ways?

No Comments | Written on January 6, 2017 at 10:45 am , by

If you’re obsessing over cauliflower, like we are, then you’re going to absolutely love these cauliflower tots! They are so crunchy and they are the easiest way to eat a little healthier, or to just enjoy some good and tasty foods!

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Asiago-Crusted Roast Lemon Asparagus

6 Comments | Written on January 23, 2015 at 10:59 am , by

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Lemon season is in full swing
, and we can’t stop finding new ways to use the citrus. One of our new favorite preparation methods for asparagus involves the humble fruit. This recipe is not only beautiful, but tastes delicious. The asiago crust adds a wonderfully nutty flavor to the side dish, and this recipe pairs perfectly with a broiled chicken breast or roast salmon.

Feel free to modify this recipe however you’d like. The juice from a blood orange in place of the lemon is fantastic, and green beans also work well in this simple and elegant side dish. If you’d like to try another type of cheese, we like a combination of Parmesan and Romano cheese as well.

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