All Posts By Robin Miller

Smoked Turkey and Onion Burgers With Sharp Cheddar

by , January 23rd, 2013

smoky turkey burgers
I always have a bottle of liquid smoke in my refrigerator. Why? Hickory or mesquite, both are amazing and add tremendous flavor in one small shot (like 1 teaspoon). I like the simple ingredient list: water, natural smoke flavor (mesquite or hickory)...

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Flatbread “Sushi” With Guacamole, Cheddar and Refried Beans

by , January 14th, 2013

flatbread sushi
Have you noticed the influx of flatbreads at the grocery store? In my town, the wafer-thin, soft breads have taken over the deli section and they’re available in a wide variety of flavors, textures and shapes: from white to whole grain, soft, flav...

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Smashed Fingerling Potatoes With Garlic and Parmesan

by , January 8th, 2013

fingerling potatoes
Don’t you love the look of this colorful side dish? I adore roasted fingerling potatoes and I make them all the time. Recently, I bought a huge bag of the fingerling medley so I decided to try something new – boiled instead of roasted and smashe...

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Pepper-Jack Cheese Fries

by , January 3rd, 2013

cheese fries

Cheese fries and healthy eats aren’t mutually exclusive. At least not the way I make them. Sure, you can get cheese fries loaded up nacho-style, but bear in mind, one serving dishes up to 800 calories, 50 grams of fat and 2/3 of your sodium for th...

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Overnight Bread Pudding

by , December 24th, 2012

bread pudding
Bread pudding is warm comfort food that can be served for breakfast, brunch and even dessert (my boys enjoyed decadent chocolate bread pudding at recent dinner buffet). And because it’s incredibly easy to prepare, you should keep a good “wow...

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Pink Grapefruit-Avocado Salsa

by , December 17th, 2012

grapefruit salsa
Hooray for grapefruit season! There’s no question that the pink and red grapefruit varieties add a burst of sunshine during the shorter, darker and colder days of winter. One recent morning, my son Kyle decided he wanted to play “Chopped” for ...

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Cinnamon Swirl Bundt Cake

by , December 10th, 2012

bundt cake
I invented this bundt cake recently for my sons and a bunch of their friends. We were having a sleepover and I wanted something easy and quick to serve for breakfast the next morning (we had an early outing planned and I knew it would be a mad dash ...

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Glass Noodles With No Glass Ceiling

by , December 3rd, 2012

The noodles have multiple names – cellophane, long rice, rice stick, glass – all referring to the same long, gelatinous noodles found in Chinese and Southeast Asian cooking. They start out white and once softened, become almost translucent. Used...

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Build a Better Burger at Home and on the Road

by , November 30th, 2012

Burgers aren’t banned from Healthy Eats! In fact, healthy burgers dish up tons of high-quality protein. Just be savvy about what you choose.

  • Choose lean ground sirloin and add no fillers (good beef needs nothing extra).
  • Grill burgers on a stove-t...

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Hummus 101

by , November 28th, 2012

We adore hummus in our house. The traditional Middle Eastern dip is a staple in my boys’ lunchboxes and a regular afternoon snack. While we like the classic version, we’re more drawn to the flavored varieties like roasted red pepper and roasted ...

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