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Anti-Inflammatory Food
Ashley Pettit Living

Anti-Inflammatory Food

Nutritionist Ashley Pettit shares her expertise to help alleviate the pain of inflammation from diseases such as Rheumatoid Arthritis in ...

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A Little Chocolate for the Day?

Check out 10 Great Places to get Drenched in Chocolate! What better day for it than today?

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Mediterranean Veggie Wrap
Food Guru

Mediterranean Veggie Wrap

Follow along as the Food Guru creates a Veggie Wrap with fresh and simple ingredients.

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Mango Coconut Baked Oatmeal
Momma Cuisine

Mango Coconut Baked Oatmeal

Try something a bit different for your next healthy breakfast with this baked mango oatmeal. With just the right amount ...

Johanna Cook

Quick Grilled Pizza Bella

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Caesar Salad with Homemade Croutons

Once you find a great Caesar dressing, like in this recipe, making a great Caesar salad is no problem. Here, the crunch of the romaine is highlighted by the crispy homemade croutons and creamy dressing.

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Honey Wafers

We found Honey Wafers mentioned in a 1927 copy of Delineator magazine, and looked into their history a bit. Turns out It all started in 1925 when Mama Anisi brought her Honey Wafer recipe to America from Macedonia. This recipe is part of our Valentine's Day series.

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Orange Gelatin Mold

The 1920s were a time when home refrigeration made recipes such as this Orange Gelatin Mold possible. Home cooks began molding their fruit into gelatin and a food revolution was born--dessert that didn't have to be baked!

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Waldorf Pudding

Waldorf Pudding is one of those recipes with a history, and yet no consistent recipe has survived through the years. Said to have been served on the Titanic, we've recreated the idea as part of our 1920s Valentine's Day!

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Heart Toast Points

Heart Toast Points are one of those delicate recipes used when entertaining in the 1920s. We've made them part of our Valentine's Day series because they showed up in a 1927 copy of Delineator magazine and intrigued us with their simplicity and flavor.

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Planter’s Punch Gelatin Mold

Planter’s Punch Gelatin Mold was created to showcase the new refrigeration possible in the 1920s and the ways people worked around the Prohibition Era.

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Chicken a la Rose

Here's an on-trend recipe that uses a touch of edible flowers, while still being a throw back to the 1920s. Chicken a la Rose was a popular dish in the '20s and was prepared for President Coolidge in February 1924. 

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Social Cookies

Social Cookies in today's lingo might be a tech term identifying the social media sites you frequent. But in the 1920s, they were a go-to recipe for tea and socialization in the midst of a changing world.

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Superfruit Cocktail

Fruit Cocktail was a staple on the table in the 1920s, in an era when refrigeration and convenience were coming into their own. We've updated that recipe and created a Superfruit Cocktail, perfect for what you need today!

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Top Ten Recipes for a 1920s Valentine’s Day

Top Ten Recipes for a 1920s Valentine’s Day

Feeling a little nostalgic as you look back on past Valentine’s Days? How about looking WAY back at how they celebrated special occasions in the era of the Roaring Twenties.

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Veggie Crunch Tuna Salad
Momma Cuisine

Veggie Crunch Tuna Salad

On this week's episode of Great Everyday Meals, Johanna highlights this light and delicious recipe for Veggie Crunch Tuna ...

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5 Best Mardi Gras Street Eats (to Make at Home)

 5 Best Mardi Gras Street Eats (to Make at Home)

Mardi Gras 2016 is February 9, so what better time to look at our Top Five Street Eats (to make at home)?

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Roast Beef Po’ Boy with Debris Gravy

Rich garlicky beef pan gravy with bits of falling-apart tender roast beef, affectionately known as debris (pronounced DAY-bree) in New Orleans, takes this classic roast beef po’ boy over the top. Be sure to have plenty of napkins for this messy-good sandwich.

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Shrimp Po’ Boy with Cajun Slaw

Nothing says New Orleans quite like a shrimp po’boy! For this classic po’boy, toss Gulf shrimp in Creole seasoning, pan-sear sizzling hot and delicious, and serve piled in warm French rolls topped with creamy-crunchy slaw spiked with a splash of cayenne pepper sauce.

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King Cake Twists

Here's a dessert fit for a king to carry around! Wrapped and shaped into a twist, this version of a King Cake Twists will have everyone eating out of your hands.

 

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French Coffee & Beignet Ice Cream Sandwiches

Imagine warm Café du Monde-style beignets topped with a mountain of delicate powdered sugar and rich French roast coffee, made at home. Now imagine those wonderful flavors paired together in a delicious ice cream sandwich! 

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Fried Oyster Po’ Boy with Remoulade Sauce

The ultimate po’boy! This indulgent sandwich features rich juicy oysters deep fried golden and delicious piled in soft warm French rolls with creamy Remoulade sauce and crisp lettuce served with fresh lemon wedges and a shake of Crystal Hot Sauce.    

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Quick Buffalo Chicken Pizza

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Fiber Foods for Diabetes
Ashley Pettit Living

Fiber Foods for Diabetes

Everyone wants to avoid diabetes, if possible but few of us know exactly how important our diet can be to ...

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