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A New Year, an Extra Hour of Morning Living

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Today was our first day broadcasting from 7 – 11 AM Eastern and among the many great things we discussed on the air, off the air we decided [&hellip…

Crispy Pork Sandwiches with Russian Dressing

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Pork tenderloin is easy to make into cutlets; a little bit of pounding will do the trick. Slices of pork tenderloin get dredged in flour, dipped in egg [&hellip…

Forbidden Rice "Paella"

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Based on paella, where rice is the star, this vegetarian take uses Forbidden rice, rather than white rice (but feel free to swap in white rice) and gets [&hellip…

The French Country in Our Country

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It’s true.  Being a producer at Martha Stewart Living Radio has definitely allowed me to experience some of the nation’s finest eateries.  And while I have had the pleasure [&hellip…

Chicken Salad Sandwich with Capers and Olives

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Everyone seems to have their own favorite chicken salad. Me, I like mine spiked with piquant olives and capers, some lemon and creamy mayo. And for the bread, [&hellip…

Rigatoni with Spicy Eggplant and Shallot Sauce

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Eggplants have a really creamy texture after just a bit of cooking. A brief toss with some coarse salt,  a 30 minute rest, and a rinse under cold [&hellip…

Ham and Cheddar with Apple Chutney

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Chutney is a condiment made with a combo of vinegar and sugar and spiced up with mustard seeds and ginger. Once made it will keep for a couple [&hellip…

Butternut Squash and Radicchio Risotto

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When is a pumpkin not a pumpkin?  When it’s a butternut squash. Pumpkins are a type of winter squash, so they’re in the same family as butternut squash. [&hellip…