After trying many recipes, I have finally come up with the ultimate blueberry pie recipe. It is incredibly simple with few ingredients to let the blueberry flavor shine through without being too thick or too runny.
This is a fabulous healthy stew that you can make as spicy as you like. Ease back on the amount of jalapeno if you like it less spicy. It is a great meal on a cold night! It is great served with sour cream or a little shredded cheese on top (or both!)
I started making this recipe in 2000, when it first appeared in Bon Apetit Magazine. My family claims they won't let me come to Thanksgiving dinner unless I bring this with me! It is easy to make ahead and everyone is sure to love it.
This is a recipe from Bobby Flay that I absolutely love. If you don't have the fresh herbs on hand you can easily use dried, as I have many times. Just cut back the amount of oregano and parsley to one teaspoon each.
I got this recipe from Bon Apetit a few years ago, and it is a summertime favorite. If you don't have garlic oil on hand, just add a half teaspoon of garlic powder to the cheese mixture and use plain olive oil instead.
Sounds impossible, doesn't it? I found this amazing recipe in Cooking Light Magazine a few years ago and have been making it ever since. This is great for entertaining at brunch, as all of the work is done the night before.
I actually prefer using ground turkey over beef, as it makes the chili less heavy, not to mention lower in fat, although ground beef can be used if you prefer. This chili has a good zing of heat without being too hot. I like to serve it with a sprinkle of grated cheddar cheese on top and a side of cornbread. If you have leftovers, it freezes very well. Just put the leftovers into a zip top bag and thaw it out before you want to use it again.
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