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The Ugly Upside Down Pear & Almond Cake

Now that we’re completely in the throes of the holiday season, I’ve really been upping my cake-baking game. Why? Because in my daydreams, there’s always cake in the kitchen during the holidays for the tons of friends and family who revolve in and out of the house. Except we live super far away from our family and have about two to four amazing friends where we live, so there’s no …

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Waldorf Chicken Salad: Come To Mama!

I have no idea if Waldorf chicken salad is in “season” this close to Christmas, but I don’t really know much about seasonal food anyway. All I know is this chicken salad is so good, I’m going to make more of it and eat it again tomorrow. This is the perfect dish to bring together all these flavors and textures. I’m using raw, unsalted almonds halved. Honestly, I probably could …

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Easy Homemade Chicken Bone Broth

Bone Broth Isn’t A Real Thing: Bone broth has been making waves the past few years, and for a good reason! It’s nourishing, hydrating, warm, savory, and all things yummy. This is how to make easy homemade chicken bone broth. I do want to clarify something about bone broth, the name itself bothers me. It bothers me because there is technically no such thing as “bone broth.” Broth is the result …

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Mexican Chicken Soup

This spin on the classic chicken soup combines the flavors you love of taco Tuesday, coupled with the same warmth and immune-boosting properties of traditional chicken soup. This Mexican Chicken Soup is a must during cold and flu season. Adding turmeric, coriander, and cumin enhance the flavor profile of classic chicken soup. Clive’s Cooking Tip:Anytime a recipe calls for chicken stock or broth, you can take a short-cut and make …

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Mississippi Pot Roast

Mississippi Pot Roast made its way into the lime light a few years ago, and has since been the best pot roast this side of the Mississippi. This dish combines the ease of using a slow cooker, with the bright flavor profile that the pepperoncini brings. With only eight ingredients, it’s quick to prepare, and dinner practically cooks itself.