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Chicken in Champagne Sauce | The Domestic Man

8oz bacon ends, coarsely chopped2-3 lbs chicken thighs and/or drumstickssalt and pepper to taste2 shallots, minced (about 1/3 cup minced)8oz white or crimini mushrooms, sliced1/4 tsp dried thyme1/4 tsp dried tarragon (or 1/2 tsp fresh chopped)~1 cup champagne or other sparkling wine~1 cup chicken broth1/4 cup heavy cream (coconut cream for dairy-free)chives to garnish, chopped 1. In a large skillet or dutch oven, cook the bacon over medium-low heat until just crispy, about 6 minutes. As the bacon cooks, pat…

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Weekend Eats – fANNEtastic food | Registered Dietitian Blog

Hi guys! I hope you had great weekends. Ours was filled with lots of family time, work around the house, and good eats! First up: grilled tuna tacos on Friday night on our deck with Matt’s parents and our sister-in-law. My father-in-law and I dreamed these up – we thought tacos would be fun, but wanted to do something a little more unique than usual tacos, so I thought seared tuna would be fun! Matt did a simple sear of…

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Grilled Lamb Chops – Peach Honey Glazed Lamb Chops on the Grill

These grilled lamb chops are glazed with sweet peach honey and served with a simple watercress and grilled peach salad for the perfect summer meal. *This post is in partnership with the American Lamb Board. All content and opinions are my own. If you were in my house exactly 2 months ago, the whole first floor would look almost entirely different. I’d been wanting to get rid of our formal dining room furniture for years and sometime in May decided…

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Teapigs Matcha Review and Ice Cream

Teapigs Matcha Review and Ice Cream 7ads6x98y We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. Please consent by either continuing to use the site or by clicking OK. To find out more about cookies please see the privacy policy.Ok Author Kip Source link

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Miso-tamarind roasted potatoes wedges with locally sourced, garden salad items

Miso-tamarind roasted potatoes wedges with locally sourced, garden salad items I tasted cucumber flowers yesterday and they were a joy. See how I got straight into it today?   They looked so pretty but what surprised me the most was the intense cucumber flavour of the stem. I was very spoilt at the London produce show. My toddler and I were picked up so that we could travel into town and along the way my boy remembered which roundabouts led…

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Roasted Cabbage Steaks | The Domestic Man

1 head cabbage2 tbsp olive oil, dividedsalt and pepper 1. Preheat oven to 400F. Holding the bottom of the cabbage core in one hand, slice the cabbage into 1″ steaks starting at the opposite end from the core. 2. Brush 1 tbsp of the oil onto a rimmed baking sheet, then add the cabbage steaks. Brush the remaining 1 tbsp of oil onto the steaks, then season with salt and pepper. 3. Roast until the edges start to brown, about…

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Are You Naturally Happy? (And What Can You Do To Make Yourself Happier?)

I’ve been on a serious podcast kick ever since Ryder was born. Before his arrival, I listened to podcasts regularly but lately I’ve found myself listening to one or two every single day. They’re great to have on in the background when I’m nursing (a two-handed activity for this mama), making a meal or outside walking with Ryder and Sadie on mornings when Chase is at summer camp. I recently began listening to Oprah’s SuperSoul Conversations Podcast and love the variety…

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Are You Using Enough Salt?

Cheesey Tuna & Spinach Bake recipe here. _________________________ Recently I’ve been reading an inspirational book. A Christmas present from my thoughtful Irishman, it’s called ‘Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat: Mastering the Elements of Good Cooking‘ by chef Samin Nosrat. I love that rather than your usual cookbook collection of recipes, it explores the science behind good food. Samin is a girl after my own heart. My biggest lesson is a reminder of the importance of salt. Even though I know that…

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The Best Pour Over Coffee Makers (Reviews 2018)

Find the Best Pour Over Coffee Makers (reviews 2018). Pour over coffee makers allow you to beautifully brew a clean cup of coffee. They come in so many different shapes, sizes and materials. Use these pour over coffee maker reviews to help you find one that suits you best.  Pour over coffee makers give you a very simple and beautiful way to brew a clean cup of coffee that is delicate, yet full flavored. The method is so versatile because…

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Mud Dock Cafe, The Grove: Review – Bristol Bites

  This is an advertorial – but a 100% honest review   When it comes to Bristol’s best riverside terraces, which gets your vote? For me, Riverstation is definitely up there, along with The Cottage. One that I always forget about, though, is the Mud Dock Café on the first floor of the Mud Dock Cycleworks on The Grove. Their terrace is pretty sizeable – with both covered and exposed areas – and on a sunny early evening this week,…

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