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Lemon and herb roast Chicken

Making roast chicken may seem like a daunting task for the inexperienced cook, however It is one of the simplest ways to make chicken in my opinion. Instead of buying rotisserie chicken at the grocery store try to make your own at home.Today I will share with you a simple recipe  that I use often , the curry powder gives it…

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Tortellini salad

  I recently became a BJ’s member and I have to say it is one of the best things to happened to my kitchen.The ability to buy groceries in bulk has allowed me to stock up my pantry with a variety of foods.There are certain ingredients I believe should be stocked up in all pantries, examples are beans, tuna, pasta, chicken…

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Yummy Potato Salad

One of my favorite dishes growing up was potato salad., I remember all that was added to the potatoes was mayonnaise, eggs and grated carrots. Despite the very plain recipe, I could not have enough of it. While watching the food network channel years ago I saw one of the chefs add fresh herbs to their potato salad and since then I have never made potato salad…

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Shrimp Quinoa with Spinach

Quinoa has become one of my favorite foods so much that I am cooking it on a regular basis.This is a shrimp quinoa served with a sauteed spinach and peppers.Who said healthy food is boring. Ingredients 4 cups cooked quinoa 1/2 pound shrimp 4 green onions sliced 1/2 green pepper cut into strips 1/2 cup flat Italian parsley 21/2 tbsp soy sauce…

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Yummy brussels sprouts!

When it comes to green veggies I tend to buy the same kind like spinach,broccoli or kale.I have started a new thing where I have to add something new to my dinner rotation each week.This week while at the grocery store I spotted brussels sprouts.I admit I was a little intimidated by the vegetable since I had never made it before and it has a reputation…

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