All Posts By Robin Miller

Roasted Jalapeno Macaroni and Cheese

by in Uncategorized, April 27th, 2013

macaroni and cheese
Who doesn’t love mac and cheese? But do you also love the 500-600 calories and 15-25 grams of fat per cup that comes with it (and who has just one cup)? Truth is, you don’t need heaps of fat to create a creamy and sensuous macaroni and c...

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Chimichangas

by in Uncategorized, April 16th, 2013

chimichanga
The chimichanga, or chimi as it’s affectionately termed in the Southwest, is a deep-fried burrito stuffed with meat, vegetables and spices. Once fried to perfection, chimichangas are often topped with cheese and served with a variety of condim...

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Roasted Red Pepper Pesto

by in Uncategorized, April 8th, 2013

red pepper pesto
Traditional pesto is a vibrant blend of basil, pine nuts, garlic, Parmesan or Romano cheese and olive oil. The term “pesto” comes from the Italian word pestare, which means to pound or crush (you might be familiar with the mortar and pes...

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Chicken-and-Cheese Taquitos

by in Uncategorized, April 2nd, 2013

chicken taquitos
A taquito (pronounced ta-kito) is a rolled up, filled tortilla that’s deep-fried until golden brown and crisp. In the classic Mexican dish, also known as a flauta, the tortilla is typically corn and the filling is beef or chicken. Taquitos are...

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Make Your Own Flavored Oils

by in Uncategorized, March 29th, 2013

flavored oil
Inspired by the new flavored butters on the market, here are some fresh and versatile oil alternatives that can liven up your menu while keeping saturated fat in check. Use flavored oils to spruce up marinades, salad dressings and vinaigrettes, past...

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Chili-Spiked Edamame

by in Uncategorized, March 25th, 2013

edamame
Edamame, or soybeans in the pod, shouldn’t be relegated to date night at your local Japanese joint. With just 120 calories per serving (1/2 cup shelled or about 1 1/8 cups in the pod), edamame packs a powerful nutrient punch. In fact, it’...

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10 Uses for Frozen Bread Dough

by in Uncategorized, March 18th, 2013

bread dough
Frozen bread dough is a quick cook’s best friend – especially when you think outside the traditional 1 pound baked-loaf-box.

1. Parmesan, Garlic & Herb Dinner Rolls: Divide the dough into 16 equal pieces and shape the pieces into balls/r...

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