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    I'm vacationing on Cape Cod and I'm screaming for blueberry pancakes! I can't have one without the other. Lucky for me, my beautiful sister-in-law Sophie loves to cook, bake and lavish us with a beautiful breakfast spread every morning. Her buttermilk pancakes are The BEST. She says the secret is to use real buttermilk and not regular milk. This is her secret to creating the lightest and fluffiest pancakes. Another secret is to place the blueberries in each individual pancake before you flip them. This keeps the blueberries evenly distributed so that you get a good handful in every pancake and a warm pop of sweet blueberry in every bite. A hint of vanilla brings all the flavors together. Serve with really good pure maple syrup and it doesn't get any more decadent than this!

    Recipe #497698

    No need for take-out with this recipe! This one is for all of you that don't like to be in the kitchen but want a delicious home cooked meal with an Asian flair. It truly is so easy, fast and delicious. Serve with rice or noodles or you could cut up the chicken into bite sized pieces and serve as an appetizer. Enjoy! www.everythingtasty.blogspot.com

    Recipe #446902

    I can't resist all the fresh strawberries, although this recipe works great with blueberries too. It's real simple, just a few ingredients and you have fresh strawberry sauce. A simple sauce to drizzle over about a million things. One of my favorite things to do is to whip something up out of nothing.

    Recipe #497635

    Palmiers.....ooooh yah! These crispy, flaky, heart shaped French cookies are buttery, sweet and very delicious. Pahlm-Yay's look really fancy, like something you would see in a bakery, but they are so simple to make at home. Perfect for valentines day, I added colored sugars to make it more fun. Be sure to use parchment paper or you will be buying your self a new sheet pan!

    Recipe #448493

    Trust me. Follow my method. You won't be disappointed! Serving Beef Tenderloin, otherwise known as filet of beef or filet mignon, is an expensive dish BUT keep this in mind: there is absolutely no waste if it's trimmed properly, it's delicious, easy to make, and it will WOW your guests every time. We like our meat cooked perfectly medium rare and not a spec more! I have adjusted the cooking times for a fool proof roast every time. Instead of a whole tenderloin, this time, I bought 2, 4.5 pound cuts. I think it's easier to handle 2 smaller cuts that are the same size in diameter.

    Recipe #447768

    BIG flavor packed into these little savory bundles! I'm trying to find the words to describe just how good these little ginger shrimp potstickers really are. They are lightly fried on one side to give a nice crispy bottom and than steamed to complete the cooking. Although this recipe has alot of ingredients, these are very easy to make and well worth the extra effort. I guess the best way to describe how good these are is to tell you, they instantly dissapeared as fast as I was making them. They are especially good dipped in the peanut sauce!

    Recipe #450606

    This is a traditional New England classic made with the perfect combination of fresh bread crumbs and Ritz crackers for the topping. A little bit of Parmesan adds a great flavor and you wouldn't even be able to guess that it's there........it just doesn't get any better than this. The Ritz keep the topping crunchy and the fish is sweet, savory and oh, soooo delicious. This recipe is the secret combination of how it's done in the restaurants.....In New England that is. Enjoy!

    Recipe #496993

    Wicked Good! The crunchy panko crumbs bring new life to this traditional New England favorite. I like baking the fish in the individual dishes, it keeps the fish moist and keeps the juices from drying up. After you make your way through the crunchy topping and flaky fish, you'll be surprised to find this delicious oniony, lemon goodness awaiting on the bottom which is absolutely incredible. I hope you try this recipe, it really is Wicked Good!

    Recipe #452687

    A great summertime dish, this is an incredibly delicious recipe. I like to serve these eggplant stacks with grilled steak or chicken but these tasty stacks are good enough all on their own. The combination of the basil oil drizzled on the layers of eggplant with the goat cheese and tomato work so well together. You can't go wrong if you want to use feta instead of the goat cheese, I made a few with each and they are both equally delicious. If you are entertaining, these are a perfect choice to make ahead of time and than bake when you are ready to serve and they make a beautiful presentation!

    Recipe #497651

    The stars were aligned!!! I had some of my favorite ingredients on-hand and put together this simple yet elegant chicken dish during our last snow storm. Pounding the chicken ensures a tender chicken breast. Browning the chicken before baking gives a beautiful brown color and really holds the bundle together. Finishing in the oven, the chicken cooks evenly throughout and plumps the chicken leaving it very juicy.

    Recipe #447568

    I confess, I never liked sweet potatoes, but....OMG.....I absolutely love sweet potato fries!!! Sweet and Salty and Spicy all in one bite!! The combination of the spices give a rich deep taste that's delicious. These are crispy around the edges on the outside and tender on the inside, I just love these. They are so easy to make at home and are much healthier than frying. All it takes is just 2 large sweet potatoes and you have a large batch of delicious sweet potato fries that you won't be able to stop eating;). Enjoy!

    Recipe #497715

    I did it ....I jumped on the quinoa bandwagon!! I was so inspired by a recipe I had seen on Food Blogga and I used this recipe as a way to introduce myself to the quinoa (KEEN-wa). Quinoa has a nutty flavor and is a really nice light and fluffy alternative to long grain rice. It's considered a "superfood", high in protein, gluten free, and it cooks rather quickly. I'm sure it has many other superpowers but what really matters is that this simple recipe is super delicious!!!

    Recipe #497676

    Who knew cauliflower could taste so good! Some of the best side dishes are the most simple. Even if you don't think you like cauliflower, this recipe with change your mind. The combination of the fresh garlic and lemon are perfect with the cauliflower. I think this would go best with a nice roast or meat dish.

    Recipe #497713

    I love onions! I like them roasted, grilled, breaded, battered, fried, raw, but there is something extra special about caramelized onions. Good enough to eat alone. When onions are slowly cooked, the natural sugars begin to caramelize and bring out a delicious richness that is so savory. Add in a little pastry and creamy base and voila, we have a french onion tart. Serve as an appetizer or perfect for lunch with a simple salad. The perfect new addition to my Easter table. Elegant yet so simple!

    Recipe #497655

    Yes, really.......this pizza was made with a cauliflower crust! I can't tell you how excited I am about this recipe. When I first saw this posted I thought the pizza looked so appetizing that I knew I had to give this a try. I was a little skeptical but only because I didn't want to get my hopes up. I'm always trying to cut out a few carbs and I'm always craving pizza. I had all the ingredients on hand so I was happy to whip up an onion pizza, my favorite! Well.... let-me-tell-you, this is surprisingly-unbelievably-amazingly good!!! Pizza night is officially back!!!

    Recipe #496902

    This is a great way to take a classic meatball and make it a little modern with an Asian sauce instead.....trust me......everyone will love them! I made yet, another batch of my quick and delicious Nana's Meatballs. I love making a recipe that I can use in different ways. I used half of the meatballs to have with a traditional red sauce over pasta and the other half with the Asian Sauce. I had two totally different dishes. I like serving the Spicy Asian Meatballs as an appetizer on top of a bed of this delicious Warm Asian Slaw. The next time you want to make meatballs, surprise your family and friends with a little something different. Enjoy!

    Recipe #496913

    I have never made a rolled cake before and I was a little nervous that it would break but it was so easy and was a big hit!! This is a delicious recipe, Enjoy!! www.everythingtasty.blogspot.com

    Recipe #446903

    PRIME RIB, King of all Beef!! It's really so simple to cook a perfect prime rib. This is a family favorite that shouldn't have to wait for a holiday. I have 2 fool proof methods that are easy to follow and both work perfectly.

    Recipe #446960

    I never made this yule log cake before but thought it would be the perfect dessert to bring for Christmas dinner. It was so easy to make and it looked so real, no kidding! This filled, rolled cake used to make a yule log is very similar to sponge cake and is very easy to roll. You want to roll it from the long end to make a more narrow, longer roll. When I added the powdered sugar, it really brought the log to life!

    Recipe #447715

    Is this a soup or is this a stew? An absolutely delicious recipe. The mini chicken meatballs and gnocchi are like little mini dumplings that cook right in the soup. Yes, you can use another type of pasta but it won't have the same special creaminess that you get with the gnocchi. Forget the chili, I'm making this at the next football party. This is a hearty, fresh and delicious Stoup!

    Recipe #496892

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