THE Breakfast Taco Recipe

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It’s not just a breakfast taco — it’s the breakfast taco. My 11-year-old son loves tacos, and by “loves,” I mean he devours them, makes up songs about them and even uses turns them into super heroes in stories he writes.  Yes, a taco. A super hero. So the other day, he suggested I make […]

Smoky Tomato-Bacon-Chipotle Deviled Eggs

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Current food trends: asparagus, matzo dishes, artsy eggs, and fun deviled eggs!  (Just to name a few.) Which means the obvious, of course — it’s spring, and Easter and Passover are on the horizon. If you’ve been reading Cooking On The Weekends for a while, you know how much I love smoky flavors — and […]

25 Things You Never Knew You Wanted to Know How to do in the Kitchen!

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Ever wished you knew how to pit and peel a lychee or cut and eat a cactus pear?  Or perhaps you’ve wished you knew how to use lemongrass or how in the world to go about eating a cherimoya?  Well you’ve come to the right place, my friends!  Here you’ll find 25 Things You Never […]

Chorizo Enchilado Melt

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This is a sponsored post by Cacique Inc. and Society Culinaria.  As always, all opinions are my own. My work can’t get much better than tasting my way through all of the delicious Cacique products.  I have been loving creating recipes with them!  And this recipe combines two of my favorites: beef chorizo and Enchilado […]

Shredded Chicken Cobb Salad Recipe with Citrus Vinaigrette

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Brunoise, chiffonade, mince, rough chop, large dice, thin slices, and grated — these are just a few of the many ways foods can be cut before they are added to recipes.  And the entire vibe of a dish can depend on how the ingredients are cut.  The size and shape of each ingredient can be […]

Chile Spiced Chinese Noodles Recipe

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What Super Bowl?  Is that today? I know, I know, but I’m not thinking guacamole and chips, salsa, or dips today (as I should be, or you might be) — I’m thinking it’s only 19 days until Chinese New Year! There’s a super secret ingredient in this recipe and it makes these Chinese noodles absolutely […]

Brown Butter Blueberry-Bacon Waffle Recipe {Gluten-Free Option}

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It’s subtly smoky, super sweet, fruity and cake-like — it’s the waffle of your dreams. And now . . . .  it’s a reality. Anyone would be happy to wake up to the incredible aroma of the flavors in these waffles coming together.  Anyone would believe they’re still dreaming as the aroma drifts beneath their […]

Breakfast Bacon and Eggs Smashed Potato Pizza

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You know when this recipe would be perfect? Yep, you got it — Christmas morning!  We’ll, really any morning (afternoon or evening), but with Christmas just two days away, why not make it extra special with this deliciousness!? A bite of crispy potato with melting Dubliner, smoky bacon and creamy egg yolk might even get […]

Roasted Butternut Squash Sage Butter

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I know, it’s a little bit redundant.  I could hardly call butternut squash a “nut” squash, though. I absolutely love blending delicious flavors into butter — you can do this with almost anything, and then use it on almost anything.  (This is called a compound butter.) Imagine the flavors of earthy sage, sweet squash, and […]

What Makes a Comfort Food a Comfort Food? | Top 20 Comfort Food Recipes + Cookbook Giveaway {CLOSED}

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What makes something a comfort food? Some people think of comfort foods as something soothing when they’re sad or upset.  You know, like if you’ve had a really rough day, so you stop on your way home for a pint of coffee ice cream, that you hope to have while you watch mindless TV?  (Not […]

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