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Simple & Tender Overnight Turkey

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Most traditions came to be for a reason. In our family, we always cooked the turkey overnight. It was a simpleprocess that had so many benefits. The turkey didn’t require brining that takes up

Sweet Potato Cheesecake Chocoflan

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I’ve had sweet potatoes on my mind this week, mostly because I love sweet potato pie at Thanksgiving time. I guess I’m not the only one because as I was walking into the grocery

Picadillo with Chorizo and Sweet Potato

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I live in a city where people drive around with “Papas and Beer” stickers on their back windshields like badges of honor. It means they’ve been to Rosarito or Ensanada (or maybe Van Nuys)

Salted Caramel Pumpkin Flan

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Flan is a custard-like dessert with roots burrowed deep across all the Americas.  Making flan has to be an art form, since the smooth texture of the custard-like dessert and delicate flavor of the

Italian Chicken and Rice

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There must be something about the combination of arroz con pollo, or chicken and rice, that’s made it one of the recipes shared by almost every culture. This recipe boasts a blend of melt-in-your-mouth

Coleslaw with Cabbage, Apple and Jicama in Asian Dressing

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  Cole slaw can be a quick and easy way to get in a serving of vegetables while in a hurry, but when concocted with some creativity, it can achieve the status of a vegetarian

Baked Mac & Cheese with Veggies (Gluten-Free)

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Macaroni and cheese has to be America’s most beloved comfort food. I am not talking the out-of-the-box powdered cheese kind. I mean the creamy, heavenly, sinfully rich variety that gets baked in the oven

Hot & Nutty Buffalo Wings (bone-in and boneless)

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The classic Buffalo wing was said to have been invented at the Anchor Bar in Buffalo, New York on October 30, 1964. There are many versions as to how then owner, Teressa Bellissimo, developed

Bruschetta Topped with Heirloom Tomato, Basil and Grilled Oaxacan Cheese

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Bruschetta is an antipasto from the farming regions of Central Italy. Said to have originated around Tuscany, the idea of making bruschetta became a popular way for farmers to enjoy every crust of stale

“Pulled Pork” Jackfruit Sandwich

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My dad was born in Kentucky, and like many people from the South, he knew a bit about barbecue. He taught me how to take a regular bottle of barbecue sauce and add a