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What to cook for Easter? If you’re hosting Easter dinner this Sunday or looking for a dish to bring along to celebrate with family & friends, we’ve got some suggestions that will put a spring in your step. Unlike holidays such as Thanksgiving that have a traditional menu, Easter gives you a chance to branch […]

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Poblano Corn Chowder with Shrimp is a fantastic new soup that I’m happy to have in the dinner rotation. I love soups that simmer all day long or cook in the crock pot, making your house smell great. However, we are all busy people so I need soup recipes that cook in minutes rather than […]

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Butternut Squash & Bacon Risotto. Hello, my lovely! So many good things going on in one dish…butternut squash meets smoky bacon with a little zing of fresh sage. All of this in a creamy, dreamy pot of golden risotto. Heaven on a plate. So good that we’re going to get right to it… Here’s what […]

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I have never been a huge fan of the traditional stuffed pepper but I’ll take these Chorizo Stuffed Poblano Peppers any day of the week! If you’re not familiar with poblanos, you should give them a try. They are a mild pepper – not spicy, burn your tongue, clear your sinuses hot like a jalapeño […]

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We’re doing another TBT – Throw Back Thursday this week because I’m seriously craving Spicy Orange Beef! If you’re new-ish here, you might have missed this easy and flavorful recipe from the first year of Idiot’s Kitchen. I was thinking about it last night because I made a stir fried beef with bok choy that […]

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Eggplant Parmesan has always been one of my favorite dishes but since it’s usually breaded and fried, I had to give it up when I went gluten free. Then I found this Baked Eggplant Parmesan recipe from Jamie Oliver in the NY Times and figured that I could make a few changes to accommodate my gluten […]

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Carrot Coconut Curry Soup might not be the recipe you were expecting to see the week of Christmas, but it might be the recipe you need. When life gets busy and crazy, I tend to make soup. Not just because it’s comforting and warm (hello, I just turned my AC back on today after what […]

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I’ve done a few of these Thanksgiving round up posts in the past and was going to skip it this year until I found myself googling “slow cooker Thanksgiving side dishes” last night. Jim has an office lunch tomorrow and they don’t have much in the way of a kitchen for cooking or reheating. I […]

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Yesterday my friend Larry was telling me about a group of people out in North Dakota or someplace who sit around and make up those “national days” of the year then put them on Twitter.  You know…Black Cat Day, followed by Crazy Cat Lady Day, Eat Pie Day, etc. Why should those folks get all […]

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We’ve never done a TBT – Throw Back Thursday here at Idiot’s Kitchen but today is the day! I’m often asked two questions about this website: 1.) What is my favorite recipe? and 2.) What is the most popular recipe? The favorite is a hard one to answer because…well, I like food. The most popular […]

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