Soy-Honey Alaska Cod with Sunkist® Lemon

  Disclosure: Sunkist and Alaska Seafood compensated me to create this recipe for an event. I just wanted to make sure you got to try it, so I posted it here for you. Alaska cod is an incredibly family friendly fish–mild and flaky, it easily takes...
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How to Make a Beef Tenderloin Roast

Sponsored post One of my family’s favorite holiday traditions is cooking roast beef tenderloin on Christmas Day. Once you know the proper technique of cooking a roast, it is so simple to prepare some steps in advance, and then finish cooking it in the oven...
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Halibut en Papillote with Cherry Tomatoes, Capers & Garlic

Steam up veggies, fresh halibut in parchment paper   There are very few proteins that I simply bake without first searing or browning. You will usually end up with a lackluster lump of pale meat if you skip this step. Fish prepared en papillote (in paper–parchment),...
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Oven-Fried Onion Bloom with Tangy Dipping Sauce

If you’re like me, you love a good deep fry. I was born and raised in Wisconsin, after all, where I was no stranger to Friday fish fries and deep-fried cheese curds. I’ve enjoyed the deep-fried onion blooms found on restaurant menus across the...
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Clean Eating Spinach and Bell Pepper Breakfast Casserole

 Start the day the healthy way with breakfast casserole When it comes to breakfast, I rely on a multitude of mix-and-match quick-fix basics, including hard-boiled eggs, fruit, oatmeal, smoothies, yogurt, toast, frozen waffles, or perhaps even one of my make-ahead breakfast cookies. But for holidays,...
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Roasted Baby Broccoli with Toasted Almonds & Lemon

Simply delicious: baby broccoli is terrific roasted Though a quick steam in the microwave serves a purpose when it comes to my weeknight vegetable routine, sometimes I’m looking for a side dish with a bit more excitement. Vegetables take on unexpected flavors and textures when...
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How to Cook a Pork Tenderloin Roast

Sponsored post One of the best things about the holiday season is the food, of course. Sipping lowfat eggnog lattes while shopping and nibbling fresh roasted chestnuts while dressing the tree and singing along with Christmas music are a couple of my favorites. Feeding hungry...
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Parmesan-Crusted Dover Sole Fillets with Creamy Lemon-Parsley Sauce

Recently during restaurant week, I had the pleasure of dining at Eddie V’s, enjoying their four-course prix-fix meal for only $40. And this menu did not have any weak spots. We’re talking wedge salad, lobster bisque, an unbelievably good parmesan-crusted lemon sole with a...
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Steve’s German Spaghetti

Bacon makes its way into our home on special occasions, and upon uncovering a package leftover from Father’s Day in the freezer, it didn’t take us long to decide how to use it. This spaghetti recipe comes from my husband’s mother, passed down from...
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