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  • Simple Salmon Bake

    Simple Salmon Bake

    To make a quick and delectable weekday meal, this easy baked side of salmon is baked in a foil packet with lemon garlic butter and delicate herbs. Since it is roasted in a foil packet, this straightforward entire side of salmon with butter, garlic, and fresh herbs is tasty and easy to prepare. The butter […]

  • Sweet and sour soup with cabbage

    Sweet and sour soup with cabbage

    This simple-to-make sweet and sour cabbage soup will become a wintertime staple because of its abundance of savory, sweet, and sour taste. Moreover, the vegetarian meal freezes wonderfully. The mother of my grandma, Eva, was a Ukrainian immigrant who lived in a remote area of Canada. She was passionate about food and cooking from birth, […]

  • Sloppy Joes with Philadelphia Cheesesteak

    Sloppy Joes with Philadelphia Cheesesteak

    These cheesy, meaty, and spicy cheesesteak sloppy joes combine the greatest elements of two traditional sandwiches: sloppy joes and Philadelphia cheesesteaks. It turns out that mixing seared beef with melted cheddar, caramelized onions, and bell peppers is wonderful! Look at the Philadelphia Cheesesteak recipe, for example. Then there are sloppy joes that are beefy and […]

  • Balls of turkey

    Balls of turkey

      Outstanding turkey meatballs, ever. They are delicate, tasty, and NOT AT ALL dry since they are made with ground turkey, mushrooms, onions, and a little bit of mayo! includes a recipe for tomato sauce if desired. The other day, my father came over to say hi. He denied my invitation to join me for […]

  • Burger with spicy turkey and zucchini

    Burger with spicy turkey and zucchini

        With a lemony sour cream sauce, turkey burger patties are seasoned with cumin, cayenne, herbs, and shredded zucchini. When July rolls around, the zucchini from our garden fill our refrigerator to the brim. During the summer, it really is the land of abundance! My zucchini radar goes into overdrive, zeroing in on every […]

  • Vegan Stuffed Mushrooms

    Vegan Stuffed Mushrooms

    On your Christmas table, whether you call it stuffing or dressing, there is undoubtedly a large pan of it. Both vegetarians and meat eaters will like this vegan filling. Stuffing, often known as dressing, was one of my favorite dishes on the Christmas table when I was a child. Stuffing always had a designated spot […]

  • 10 Useful Ways to Repurpose Leftover Hamburger Buns

    10 Useful Ways to Repurpose Leftover Hamburger Buns

    After a barbecue, if you have an odd number of buns, don’t throw them out. Using these recipe suggestions, make a whole new meal out of them! I usually have a random handful of leftover hamburger and hot dog buns after a picnic. Even though I may have had strong intentions to grill again the […]

  • Rolled Old Bay Shrimp

    Rolled Old Bay Shrimp

    These shrimp rolls with a summertime flair are the ideal meal to feed a crowd since they are warm, deliciously creamy, and filled with just the proper amount of spicy and vibrant ingredients to prevent things from becoming too heavy. Rolled Old Bay Shrimp These shrimp rolls with a summertime flair are the ideal meal […]

  • Lobster rolls with parsnips

    Lobster rolls with parsnips

      From Isa Chandra Moskowitz’s book “Fake Meat: Real Food for Vegan Appetites,” the traditional lobster roll becomes a vegan dish by substituting parsnips for the lobster. Keep this sandwich from knowing, because it was an accident. I once prepared some parsnip potato salad for the restaurant one summer. While it was great, the title […]

  • Toasted Cheese Bread

    Toasted Cheese Bread

    Cheesy bread is a quick, easy, and tasty party snack. It is a mix of garlic bread and pizza. This recipe can be used as a snack, a starter, or a side dish. Michelle is a friend of mine who loves to have big parties with lots of food and lots of people. I think […]

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