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In many ways, a watermelon is a lot like a Christmas gift: You’re pretty sure you’re going to like what’s inside, but you’re never really sure until you open it. Unlike a Christmas gift, however, with a watermelon, you’ll like what’s inside 100 percent of the time. (I’m about 75 percent with Christmas gifts .) Since you can’t stealthily peel back the wrapping of a watermelon in the grocery store to sneak a peek at what’s inside, you’ll have to employ some different techniques to determine its “ripeness.”
July 18, 2011 You know what? It isn't that hard to make healthy pizza. Pizza would always be pretty healthy if we chose not to put 1/2 pound of cheese on every slice. Here on Snack Girl, I have featured English muffin pizzas , Triscuit pizzas , and even made over a frozen pizza to get readers to try a healthier version of pizza.
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October 15, 2012 Does anyone else out there love deli sandwiches? You know the ones I am talking about.
The unofficial end of summer has come and gone, but there’s still plenty of time for backyard parties and, more importantly, Sunday football gatherings around the big screen. Whether you’re serving up burgers or dogs, don’t forget hearty sides beyond potato chips. We’ve rounded up Food Network’s top five baked bean recipes — perfect on their own or on top of game-day classics. 5. Baked Beans With Swiss Chard – Green leafy Swiss chard adds color to this brightened-up version of baked beans from Food Network Magazine .
August 30, 2012 Awwww, ma, raw veggies AGAIN! Yes, I know it is difficult but there is nothing healthier. Why can’t they taste like chocolate sundaes?
Coming Soon! http://www.navywifecook.com/2011/11/hawaiian-baked-ham-and-swiss-sandwiches.html Ingredients 1 12 pack of King’s Hawaiian Original Rolls 1 lb. deli ham, shaved 1 lb. Swiss cheese, thinly sliced 1 1/2 sticks butter 3 tablespoons Dijon mustard 1 1/2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce 3 teaspoons of poppy seeds 1 onion, chopped Directions
September 6, 2012 Anyone else like sloppy joes? This sandwich consists of ground meat, onions, and mystery sauce from a can served on a bun. My mother used to "cook" these for us - and I had forgotten about them until recently. I found out that my husband, who is an Australian citizen, has never had a sloppy joe. I felt for sorry for him.
I am not a big fan of anything spicy, but the picture of these looked so good and I have loved every recipe I have tried from here, so I decided to try them. I removed all the seeds and membrane as directed above. They are wonderful! I have been looking for something different to serve as an easy appetizer for movie night - this is it. Great pepper and cheese flavor without the spice.
Welcome to the weekend, folks! Popular posts this past week on The Kitchn include a discussion on how to get your cooking mojo back, three tools to clean right after you use them, the secret ingredient needed to wake up your watermelon, and a few decadent chocolate cake recipes. Enjoy! 15. The Best Trick Ever for Separating Eggs 14.
So last week, with the beautiful weather we've been having here in Southern Minnesota, I decided to make our most favorite sandwiches ever! Mike found the recipe in a magazine and asked me to make them and they've been in regular rotation ever since. So I'm going to share and hope that whoever stumbles upon this little blog and decides to try them likes them just as much as we do! Grilled Teriyaki Pineapple Chicken Sandwiches I'm not going to give specific amounts because you can adapt it to however you need to make to suit your needs
If you have processed cheese laying around, you should definitely make this. (I know, I know--I'm supposed to be into healthier cooking and Velveeta is not considered good for you. But we all need a little processed cheese in our lives. And if you snub your nose at that....you're no friend of mine. AAAAND, you're totally missing out.)
By Kelley on January 23, 2012 Let me introduce you to the easiest salsa you’ve ever met. It literally comes together in under 5 minutes. Not only is it easy peasy to prepare but it’s down right delicious.