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If I don't have this at my next brunch, I'll throw a fit.
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A bright and filling salad to bring some sun into those dreary March days.
Soup season isn't over yet (is it ever over? I like to think not) and this is a great one to add to your dinner rotation.
The recipe is easily scalable (one version is for eight pots de crème, the other just for two) making it the perfect dessert option for your next home-cooked date or any upcoming dinner party.
The perfect way to celebrate the greatest food combo of all time.
No one could argue that bread, eggs, and cheese aren't three of the greatest foods in the world. This sandwich brings them together and there's not much more that needs to be said.
You can customize this dish easily with whatever veggies and protein left in your fridge. All that matters is that you have the ingredients to make the delicious sauce (soy sauce, maple syrup, and sesame oil).
For everyone who loves Stroganoff but would like it even better without the beef.
Put your Instant Pot to good use.
Sure, Purim only lasts a few days but that doesn't mean you can't make hamantaschen all month long.
That creamy peanut butter sauce is what dreams are made of.
You can make this recipe in an Instant Pot or the oven.
I love fancy baked goods as much as everyone, but you've got to admit there aren't many things in this world better than great brownies.
A one-pan meal — just make sure your pot or skillet is oven-safe.
This recipe is all you need to bring good old roasted vegetables to a whole new level.
Kimchi is always a good idea.
Fact: Galettes are a lazy baker's best friends.
Endives and blue cheese is one of the most glorious winter food pairings. If you haven't tried it yet, this recipe should serve as the perfect introduction.
Be good and eat your greens.
Because I'll be celebrating citrus till the very last day of citrus season.
Controversial opinion coming up: Savory hamantaschen are better than sweet ones. And these are also half knishes which makes them even better than regular savory hamantaschen.
I don't even know if I need to say anything to convince you here, TBH. I mean, just look at this cake!
You may be like: Marie, WTF? This is the second Caesar salad on this list! And to this, I reply: There can never be too many caesar salads on this list.
Almost too pretty to eat. Almost.
A true classic and a great weeknight dinner option.
The freshness of the citrus perfectly balances the richness of the lamb and makes for an impressive dinner.
I want this for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
We don't show nearly enough love for cabbage, one of the greatest winter vegetables, and this recipe is here to fix this.
You only need six ingredients to make this cozy soup.
The perfect Sunday afternoon treat.
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