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Every year around St. Paddy’s Day, my inbox fills up with recipe requests for corned beef and cabbage, the traditional Irish-American meal of boiled meat and vegetables. I finally decided to tackle the recipe, and I’m thrilled with the results! 

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My family has been making this pork tenderloin recipe for the past thirty years, and it’s still a favorite. It’s easy, and many of the ingredients can be found in the fridge or pantry or are readily available at most grocery stores. For carnivores who are looking for a healthier option and w…

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My partner and I created this burger as a compromise merging our two diets. I am a meat eating foodie and he is a vegetarian. NEITHER OF US ARE VEGAN all though, I have been in the past. The Open-Faced "Less Guilt" Burger takes the best substitute non-meat patty on the planet and adds cheese…

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Every year around St. Paddy’s Day, my inbox fills up with recipe requests for corned beef and cabbage, the traditional Irish-American meal of boiled meat and vegetables. I finally decided to tackle the recipe this year, and I’m thrilled with the results! 

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There are few things more humble, familiar, and satisfying than a roast chicken. Spree asked three pro chefs to share recipes for their favorite chicken dinners with us. If you try any of them, be sure to source a local, free-range chicken for best results. Choose a relaxed Sunday afternoon,…

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The recent entré into chilly weather had me celebrating my kitchen’s return to warm hearty dishes made all the better by a solid day of simmering. Short ribs top my list, since they require not only a lengthy time in the stove initially, but then a solid reheat after a day of resting in the …

Grilling pizza may seem somewhat unconventional, but is extremely delicious and easy to prepare. Cooking bread products over a live fire imparts a very different flavor. It can be cooked on a gas or charcoal grill, but for it to cook thoroughly the grill must have a lid that can be closed, creating an oven effect. The variable possibilities abound with this recipe, but the key factor is to have all of your ingredients and implements ready, or as the French say, mise en place (everything in its place), because the entire cooking process takes a matter of minutes. A simpler variation of this recipe is to grill only the dough, which has been seasoned with olive oil and herbs, for a natural accompaniment to any grilled meal.