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This recipe is a deviation from a one-pan breakfast to more a one-pita breakfast. We will be making another breakfast recipe, something a little fun for everyone, which can be very creative if you make your own sausage for this recipe. Yes, you heard...
Tags: Recipes, Pita Bread, Cheese, Pizzas, Sausages
In the continuation of our breakfast quest using a 12-inch, cast-iron skillet, I combined a recipe I found online with a few ingredients from our well-stocked frugal pantry and fridge. I've incorporated some red skin potatoes and some chopped scallions...
We will be making a Spanish tortilla, which is a thick omelet containing potato and other vegetables, typically served cut into wedges. In this recipe we will continue cooking in the 12-inch cast iron skillet, offering traditional cooking methods and...
By Joe Fleischman Special to The Herald-Mail Everyone hears about the health benefits of salmon, right? Well, do you know there is a big difference between the health benefits of Atlantic salmon and Pacific salmon, the two types most commonly...
This soup was an old standby right before Christmas break during my college days. I would get the soup started and as friends dropped by, each would bring along some to "add to the pot" and the fun was seeing how a truly delicious soup developed after...
Tags: Tomatoes, Marketing, Holidays, Foods and Beverages, Christmas
This recipe comes to you by way of the Jeff Smith aka "The Frugal Gourmet," a fellow TV chef that passed away in 2004 amid a cloud of controversy. He was instrumental in my first glimpses of cooking on TV before there ever was a food or cooking channel...
This salad is a great way to enjoy the heat of the summer without heating up the kitchen. Fire up the grill and prepare your vegetables, and then cut everything to bite-size portions to lay nicely across the salad. Romaine is certainly not the only...
My husband grew up in the Philippines. He tells me how they were very fortunate that his mom was a butcher. Although many families around them found it hard to afford meat very often, my husband's family always had plenty of meat and protein. ...
Tags: Coconut, Coconut Milk, Tomatoes, Limes, Shrimp
In our home, the kitchen is the center of life. It's where we are nourished, inspired and comforted. To me, cooking is about more than feeding my family. It's about building memories and strengthening bonds. I developed this recipe two years ago on...
Tags: Special Olympics, Tomatoes
firstname.lastname@example.orgFor the third straight year, Natoama "Cookie" Vargason represented Washington County at the annual "Buy Local" Cookout on July 21. The cookout was hosted by Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley and first lady Katie O'Malley on the front lawn of the...
By Melissa Tewes When making "old standbys" or family recipes, we often follow the recipe to a T to keep the consistent quality that we are used to. However, there are many simple recipe modifications that can turn potentially high-calorie, high-fat,...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Chili, Kidney Beans, Onions, Health
This is typically a Mauritian condiment that can be served with rice, fried fish or lentil stew. — Kelly L. Rajahpillay, office manager for The Presbyterian Church of Hagerstown. For more information about the church, call 301-739-6337. Pickled...
Tags: Green Beans, Cheese Corn, Cabbage, Carrots, Peppers
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