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Elegant, but Quick and Easy Appetizer or Side Dish.
Method Begin by pouring water into your medium sauce pot until approximately half full. Place the Sauce Pot on your range and set on High Heat. While the water is coming to a Simmer, add in your quartered Russet Potatoes. They will be fine as the water heats. While you are waiting for your pot of potatoes to come to a simmer, start your garlic butter by placing your small Sauce Pan on the range set to Medium Heat...
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Root Vegetables are the quintessential “Thanksgiving” food. Preparing them so that they stand out, in a good way, is the quintessential hallmark of a chef. The recipe below mixes a few root vegetables to create a unique, Purée full of the combined tastes of Fall. To begin, fill a large Sauce Pot, ¾ full and bring the water to a Simmer...
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Preparation You should begin your preparation by preheating your oven to 375° F (191° C). While the oven heats you should have time to Prep & Crown the Cauliflower and pick off any green leaves. Slice the prepped Cauliflower Florets in half. Use a Basting Brush or Pastry Brush to generously cover both sides of each slice with Pecan Oil...
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Try Making a Vodka Sauce before Making the Spaghetti Squash. If you are a vegan, trying to lose weight, or your New Year’s Resolution is to try new things, this is a great recipe to try! The Spaghetti Squash tastes a lot like real pasta but it is jam-packed vitamin strand and is high in fiber...
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Preparation The longest lead time item in this preparation might be the Black Beans, if you plan to start with Dried Black Beans, which will have to soak overnight to rehydrate them. Once rehydrated, they will have to be cooked (Simmered) and then drained and dried. Another reasonable choice, one we prefer, is to use Canned Black Beans...