Tag Archive: food network

Jun 20

TACO TUESDAY: RACHAEL RAY’S HEALTHY RED ONION CHICKEN

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TACO TUESDAY—RACHAEL RAY’S HEALTHY RED ONION CHICKEN—This chicken recipe can be created in about 30 minutes, depending on how much time you have. You can slow cook a half or whole chicken in this mixture also, by adding chicken broth and water. Check on mixture every so often to make sure there is enough water …

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May 30

TACO TUESDAY: HEALTHY APPETIZER:TOMATO BRUSCHETTA

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TACO TUESDAY—TOMATO BRUSCHETTA— Over the summer I will be adding some flavorful, easy to make appetizers courtesy of the Food Network. I found some very easy to make appetizers that looked so delicious and seemed easy enough even for me to make, so I thought I’d share them with you. Here is the first appetizer …

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Dec 20

TACO TUESDAY: CHRISTMAS HAM

TACO TUESDAY—-CHRISTMAS HAM— How can you make a Christmas meal without a beautiful glazed ham? Yum! I’d forgoe the turkey any day to prepare and eat a Christmas ham, which by the way can be for just about every other holiday, including Easter, or for a relaxing Sunday family meal. Thus glazed ham recipe takes …

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Oct 11

TACO TUESDAY:HEALTHY SNACK: PEPPER POTATO CHIPS WITH DIP

TACO TUESDAY–PEPPER POTATO CHIPS WITH DIP— Here’s a twist in a snack to make for game night/day or for your family. WARNING: this pepper potato snack takes about two hours to make, so give yourself plenty of time before. It’s due to letting the dip settle for an hour. This pepper potato snack was taken …

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Sep 16

My Drunk Kitchen: Hannah Hart’s Book is Pure Fun!

Hannah Hart is so hilariously funny in this book that my depressed,cold here comes winter mood, quickly changed over to laughing out loud at home alone. That’s a writer’s life now isn’t it? Hannah Hart’s book, My Drunk Kitchen, A guide to eating, drinking and going with your gut, (not repeating that title again either), …

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