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Swedish Meatballs

Swedish Meatballs A classic of Swedish cuisine, these meatballs are bursting with flavors due to lots of ingredients and spices that give them a sweeter taste. They will be a hit at your next dinner! Active Time: 25 min – Start to Finish: 50 min Ingredients: 3 garlic cloves, chopped 1 cup plain bread crumbs […]

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Veggie Pasta Carbonara with Peas and Spinach

Looking for a delicious and healthy version of pasta carbonara?  Check out our vegetarian version with peas and spinach. Chef Confession: Cooking can be a little tiring, especially dinner.  After a long day at work, it would ultimately be more practical to order food, but when I feel like whipping up a dish that’s comforting and healthy, […]

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Gordon Ramsay’s Classic Side Dish

This pasta doesn’t get much attention: ORZO     In Italian it means “Barley” because it looks like a barley seed, but it’s actually pasta. It’s traditionally used in soups or as a substitute for rice. This recipe is originally from Gordon Ramsay, who is probably one of the most famous chefs in the world. […]

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MORE Veggie entrees That Kids Love

WHAT is inside a veggie patty? I asked myself this question while putting together the Food Network Favorite themes curriculum. And:  HOW could I get kids to eat a veggie patty? When I think of veggie patties I think of those odd Morning Star patties in the freezer section To be in that section they […]

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Capers, Italian Farmers & Anthony Bourdain

Last Friday shocked us all to learn about the unfortunate passing of Anthony Bourdain. Anthony was a chef, entertainer, adventurer and inspiration to millions of people who enjoyed his travel shows such as Parts Unknown and No Reservation. He had an authenticity and natural warmth that drew us in, whether he was at an open street market […]

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