Browsing: Food and Dining

Warmer temperatures invite more opportunities to fire up the grill for those long-awaited outdoor grill outs. But this summer, instead of spending time scraping off grill grates and cleaning an array of pans and platters, use that time to create fun summer memories. Foil packet dinners are the perfect compact and easy clean solutions. Not to mention, they can also produce some incredibly delicious meals. Here are three of the tastiest foil packet dinners to try this summer. Grilled Pineapple Chicken This super simple meal contains only seven ingredients and is packed with a bold sweet and savory flavor. You…

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There is no summertime without corn on the cob! Plain corn on the cob with butter is a staple. This summertime, corn on the cob is being served with a twist, added toppings. Each topping mixture adds another layer of flavor. Here are some delicious toppings you can add to your corn on the cob this summer. Balsamic Vinegar Corn on the Cob After grilling and peeling back the husk, dip your corn on the cob in balsamic vinegar. This makes a great side for grilled steak. When you bite into the corn, the juices mixing together will have your…

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Rosé wine, has a refreshing taste, luscious pink color and is one of the most popular wines of the summer. Rosé lovers found fun and unique ways use this popular wine. Try the recipes below and enjoy rosé in many ways. Ice Pop Cocktail with Rosé Ingredients: Rosé Wine Real Strawberry Ice Pops To make this refreshing drink, simply place a strawberry ice pop into a wine glass (with the stem facing up). Then, pour your favorite rose-colored wine over until the glass is 3/4 full. As you sip, the delightful strawberry flavor will mix beautifully with the wine. Whiskey…

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Doughnuts are perfect rings of deep-fried goodness and there’s nothing better than a homemade doughnut. Make these easy handcraft doughnut recipes yourself at home. Supplies Needed Flour Sugar Milk Butter Yeast Eggs Oil (for frying) Vanilla extract Equipment Needed Mixing bowl Spoons/spatulas Hand/stand mixer Pot/deep-fryer (for frying) Baking sheet (for baking) Homemade Doughnuts from Scratch Autumn Apple Donuts Ingredients 3 ¾ cups all-purpose flour 2 teaspoons baking powder ½ teaspoon salt 2 eggs 2 cups granulated sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 cup of thinly sliced apples ⅔ cup milk ¼ cup butter Any type of oil for frying (vegetable, peanut,…

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If you don’t have anything prepared for dinner and you need something quick, a rotisserie chicken is a great solution. This is easy to find already at most grocery stores and it’s affordable and big enough to feed a family. There are many ways to turn these chickens into full meals. Chicken Alfredo Ingredients: Alfredo Sauce (jarred or homemade) Fettuccine Broccoli Rotisserie Chicken Directions Prepare the fettuccine noodles as directed on the package. Cut broccoli into florets and place in a steamer for 10-15 minutes, or until tender. Take the chicken out of the package and pull the white meat…

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Nothing is better than a glass of wine, unless it’s accompanied by a meal cooked with wine. Cooking with wine concentrates the flavor and takes recipes from ordinary to extraordinary. Try these delicious recipes where you can incorporate wine in sweet and savory dishes. Lemon Chicken with White Wine Ingredients • 4 boneless skinless chicken breasts • 1/4 cup butter • 2 tbsp. olive oil • 1 lemon (juice) • 1 lemon sliced • 1/4 cup white wine • 1/2 cup flour • 1 tsp. salt • 1 tsp. ground black pepper • 1/2 tsp. paprika • 1/2 tsp. dried…

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Chocolate chips are wonderful little bits of happiness that you love to eat. But chocolate chips are capable of bringing so much more joy to your life when combined with other foods in creative and unexpected ways. Here are some new ways to incorporate chocolate chips into your recipes. 1. Homemade Chocolate Croissants Pain au chocolat is a popular French pastry that is quite delicious when paired with a steaming cup of espresso. Pain au chocolat, also called chocolate croissants, are great as an after-dinner dessert, breakfast treat, or midday snack. Create your own homemade chocolate croissants at home. Take…

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Whenever you want something tasty for lunch or dinner, shrimp can be ready in just a few minutes. They provide plenty of lean protein without costing as much as other forms of seafood. Whether you are hosting a barbecue or just making a quick meal after a day at the beach, these delicious shrimp recipes will help you to enjoy your summer. Vietnamese Shrimp Salad This salad puts a whole new spin on the idea of shrimp salad. Instead of just being a sad pile of lettuce with a few steamed shrimp, it is completed packed with flavors. The recipe…

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Tuesday, March 19, 2018, is National Poultry Day. While the history of this holiday is unclear, there is no doubt that the best way to celebrate is to eat chicken on that day. Here are some favorite chicken recipes that you may want to try. Chicken Parmesan You may want to give the holiday an Italian flair by serving chicken parmesan for supper at your house. This easy recipe is perfect if there will only be two home for supper, but feel free to double or triple it to feed a crowd. Ingredients 2 skinless boneless chicken breasts 1 egg…

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There really isn’t anything quite like a warming bowl of clam chowder on a cold winter morning. The two most prolific styles of clam chowder were developed in New York and New England. There will probably always be a debate on which type of clam chowder is better. Whether you like red or white, here are two hearty chowder recipes sure to satisfy. New England Style Clam Chowder Known throughout New England as “chowda”, the basis of this type of clam chowder is a dense, thick stew made with plenty of potatoes, cream, onions, flour, and pork fat. As you…

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