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I’ll admit it—my workday lunches can get pretty boring. I always think I’m going to finally make use of all those delicious recipes I’ve been pinning away , but then nighttime rolls around and I’m too busy watching really important things like The Bachelorette and Vampire Diaries . And then morning comes, and I’m running around like a headless chicken and I’m lucky if I remember my keys and bus pass on the way out the door, let alone find time to throw a tasty lunch together. But with a teensy amount of planning, delicious lunches can be just a few easy steps away. All it takes is a trip to the grocery store on a Sunday afternoon, a couple pantry staples, some mason jars, and an hour of your time.
Oh dear. I never should have done this. This may be one of my biggest mistakes all year. Can’t take it back now.
I mean it. Easy. E…..Z…. Peach Crunch Cake. You need some sliced peaches in syrup.
Perfect a “Toad in the Hole” Breakfast Posted by Paul Kita on Thursday, June 23, 2011 · 115 Comments “All happiness depends on a leisurely breakfast.” —John Gunther
04 Apr 2012 Print 1 17.5-oz. bag Betty Crocker Sugar Cookie Mix, mixed according to package directions (or your favorite sugar cookie dough recipe) Liquid food coloring, as desired (McCormick Neon shades work well) Rainbow sprinkles, if desired
I can think of worse ways to die... We’re eating a chilled “pie” made of layers of fudgy coffee brownies, rich airy peanut butter mousse, crumbled Reese’s peanut butter cups and finished with a drizzle of ganache. It’s a well-known fact that sweets are not really my cuppa beer.
This is my go-to recipe when I’ve had a crazy day, I’m running 30 minutes behind, and I’m starving . These chicken strips are healthy, delicious and nearly as easy to throw together as the frozen chicken tenders you find at the grocery store. Served with a couple quick sides like a tossed salad and sliced carrots, it’s complete meal that’s ready in 20 minutes.
I’ve tried lots of brownie recipes: Boxes, scratch, frosted, plain, nuts, chips, fudge … Each of them has something to like, but depending on my mood I might want a change of pace. Not any more. My wife found this recipe, and it’s perfect. I’m done looking.
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. Whether you’re planning a cookout this weekend or cooking indoors (rain predicted here in Texas), grill up a few of these sizzling treats for a quick appetizer or serve as an entree.
Stuff tortillas or lavash bread with a variety of fillings -- chicken, beef, vegetables, beans, and more -- to make delicious hot or cold wraps and burritos for lunch today. A tangy, spicy spread made from sour cream, pickled jalapenos, and lime juice adds kick to these wraps stuffed with chicken, black beans, tomato, and avocado. This recipe is a great way to use leftover chicken or turkey.
Crabmeat, to me, means summertime. I spent my childhood summers in Maine, where there is no shortage of rocky coastlines, cute little seaside towns, and warm-weather seafood festivals. There is also no shortage of seafood “shacks” (for lack of a better word). The kind of place where you can stroll in wearing shorts and sandals, order at the counter, take a seat at a picnic table, and then dig into a feast fit for a king (fresh-caught lobster, mussels, clams, etc.).
“Scalloped” is an attractive word, isn’t it? When I hear it I think of several things: first, there’s scallops, as in the seafood—totally delicious. Then there’s the scalloped shape that can live on the edge of a pair of shorts or on the collar of a woman’s blouse—always pretty and dainty. And of course scalloped potatoes also comes to mind, which carries my imagination to a land of crispy potato skins drenched in a sea of cheese and cream. I can think of no better place to exist, actually.
Cut watermelon flesh into 2-inch chunks and discard rind. Purée one fourth of watermelon in a blender with 1 Tbsp sugar, 1 tsp lemon juice, 4 cups ice, and a pinch of salt. Strain through a fine-mesh sieve into a large bowl, discarding solids. Make 3 more batches.