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Taste-Test: Tuna

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Time for another taste test and this one is canned and packaged tuna. After shrimp, canned tuna is the most popular seafood in the United States. There are so [&hellip…

Black-Eyed Pea and Bulgur Burgers

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Black-eyed peas, whether you start them from dried beans, find them fresh, or use them out of a can, have an amazingly smoky flavor and tender texture. They’re [&hellip…

Taste-Test: Beans

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Beans, whether you buy them canned, or cook them from dried, are a great source of protein, fiber, and vitamins. Canned are certainly the most convenient and perfect [&hellip…

Roast Pork on a Bun

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Roast pork shoulder has got to be one of my all-time favorite meats. It’s rich, well marbled, and takes to both roasting and braising. A spiced rub, seasoned [&hellip…

Pizza with Zucchini, Shiitake Mushrooms, and Onions

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Pizza is the perfect dish for a meatless Monday. You can pile on as many vegetables as you like and you’ve got a one dish meal. While I’ve [&hellip…

How-To Pudding

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Inspired by the “Make It Your Own” pudding section in the current issue of Everyday Food Magazine, we decided to give it a go in the studio. Sure, [&hellip…

Mediterranean Vegetable Wrap

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Juicy zucchini, sweet bell peppers, fragrant herbs, tomatoes, and lemons are a few of the goodies the Mediterranean has to offer.  Add a light hummus made by using [&hellip…

Sandwich of the Day: Shrimp Remoulade Po' Boy with Fried Green Tomatoes

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A po’ boy isn’t a po’ boy unless it’s made on some good French bread, and that means crusty on the outside and light and airy on the [&hellip…