When eaten with the skin, a pear is a good source of fiber (4g), potassium and Vitamin C (10% of the RDA). Pear skin contains the majority of the fruits’ antioxidants, so for the full benefits the fruit should always be eaten with the skin.
The Sloppy Joe is a classic dish that graced many mid-century menus. If you grew up in the Midwest you might have called it a loose meat or tavern sandwich. Regardless of the name, the Sloppy Joe has been a favorite for years. Its origin is somewhere between Sioux City, Iowa and Havana, Cuba with ...
In this episode of Kitchen Lingo, follow along with Chef Cari as she walks through the kitchen basics of caramelizing onions. Who said onions had to give us tears?
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These classic scalloped potatoes, adapted from an old family recipe, make a great side dish that works as well for a potluck as it does for an elegant holiday buffet. Find more in the :90 Seconds in the Kitchen series by clicking on the link!
Traditionally served with cherries, this plum clafoutis is a French inspired dessert that is simple to make and simply delightful!
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