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Aimee Herring Tired of packing PB&J for your kids? Or are you bored with the usual weekend ham & cheese? Whether you're packing lunch for the family or just need to switch things up, we've got a hand-held recipe for you. There's something for everyone with these ten lunch sandwich ideas, including Brie and Smoked Turkey Paninis, Creamy Avocado and White Bean wraps and a BLT with Avocado and Pink Chili Mayo. Check out our favorite lunch sandwich recipes below.
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441K+ A dd bacon to anything and it will fly off the table. That’s what a caterer once told me and I believe it. Certainly applies here.
The following article was written by Keegan Baur. On a blustery winter day, there's something about a steaming bowl of soup that warms body and soul. Have you ever eaten soup in a bread bowl? These can be served as appetizers or side dishes, and they just might be a fun way to get kids to eat! You can try homemade bread bowls, or opt for convenience (like I did) and pick up a bag of freshly made sourdough rolls from the grocery store. While just about any soup would taste great in a bread bowl, I chose to fill mine with a refreshing tomato soup.
A healthy family is a happy family Here's a fun take on a tried-and-true favorite. Here's what you'll need: 1 (2-lb) rotisserie chicken, skin removed, meat shredded 2 cups chunky salsa, divided 1/4 cup low-fat sour cream 3 (7 1/2-inch) whole-wheat tortillas 1 1/2 cups shredded cheddar 1 cup raw baby spinach
Forget the bleep-filled antics of Snooki and The Situation. The version of the Jersey Shore that you’ll really enjoy is topped with fried calamari, tomato, provolone and a cherry pepper aioli. This pizza is just one of the many ways former Top Chef All Stars runner-up Mike Isabella pays homage to his Italian roots and his Jersey upbringing at Graffiato. The two-story, 5,000-square-foot Italian restaurant built in a 1940s-era print shop screams industrial-chic with its concrete floors, exposed ceilings and brick walls. The main level is dominated by a long bar stacked atop cement blocks and a large steel-covered wood oven that churns out pizzas as well as a host of dishes from the “wood-fired” section of the menu. Upstairs, you’ll find a spare dining room with simple tables built by Isabella and his father-in-law that are topped with herbs potted in empty tin cans.
This family-run Italian eatery on Crystal City’s busy restaurant row, a.k.a. 23rd Street, has been dishing up plates of pasta for three generations. Adelmo Micheli and his son, Sergio, opened the place in 1970, later Sergio and his wife Pilar ran it, and recently their son Richard, a Culinary Institute of America grad, has taken the torch. The old world feel -- think dark wood, gilded mirrors, and brocade boudoir chairs -- strikes a nostalgic chord with older couples and extended families with children who frequent the place and become regulars.
A homemade balsamic bbq sauce is used to glaze chicken as it’s grilling. The result is tender chicken with a slightly sweet, and tangy taste. Summer is one of my favorite seasons for one simple reason: grilling.