Amazing Chicken Parm Meatballs
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By replacing the lasagna noodles with thin sliced zucchini you can create a delicious, lower carb (gluten-free) lasagna that's loaded with vegetables, and you won't miss the pasta!
Shrimp Coconut Curry Soup
Recipe and Styling by Libbie Summers Photography by Chia Chong A light yet big flavored soup that delivers in 40 minutes. Shrimp Coconut Curry Soup serves 4 Ingredients: 1 tablespoon vegetable oil 1 medium onion diced 3 cloves garlic, minced 1/2 teaspoon...
Quand l'envie d'une recette me prend… ben, elle me prend ! Tarte multicolore légumes et jambon d'Aoste !
J'ai souvent des p'tits vélos qui me tournent dans la tête et même si des fois il m'arrive de penser à autre chose et ben mes p'tits vélos ...
The Fried Chicken and Waffle Sandwich of Your Dreams
I love when bloggers reimagine classic dishes and create something totally special. For this chicken and waffle sandwich, Jonathan of The Candid Appetite took a standard dish and turned it into a the mightiest of sandwiches. This beauty knows no meal limitations. It is always appropriate. This sandwich is especially genius due to all the small details. It would be one thing to just put some fried chicken between two normal waffles, but this is so much more.
Cookbook Review and Giveaway: Home Made Winter - Katie at the Kitchen Door
Update: Congratulations to Amanda of Something Savory on winning the giveaway! Please contact me with your information so I can send the book. There are a lot of great cookbooks coming out this fall. And I mean a lot. Like, so many that Eater had to split up their fall cookbook preview into two parts...