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Out from Under Wraps: Chicken Burrito Bowls

Don’t get me wrong—I love traditional burrito recipes as much as anybody else. But there ARE times when a flour tortilla seems a little…unnecessary. Like when you’re working with particularly flavorful ingredients, such as fresh pico de gallo, homemade cilantro rice and chicken skillet-browned in zesty dressing. Why would you cloak all that goodness under a white wrap?

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Easy Easter Appetizers You Need in Your Life

If you’re celebrating Easter, you’ve probably got enough on your plate without needlessly complicating your menu. But here’s good news: You can take fussy appetizers out of that equation and focus on the rest of the festivities (even if that means sneaking candy from the kids’ baskets while they’re distracted—no judgment). I’ve gathered the eight easiest pre-feast noshes I could find, including deviled eggs, breads, mini frittatas and a creamy dip recipe or two. Because I’m nice like that—and because everybunny needs a break sometimes.

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The Most Versatile Mini Meatloaves Ever!

The holiday season brings back so many food memories. Growing up in the Midwest, cooking and baking were always a part of our lives, especially at the holidays. It’s something I share with my own children now, though I’ve adapted how and what I cook. Back then, our “comfort foods” were heavy and filling, perfect for bulking up against the cold winters. Nowadays, I’m always looking for lighter flavors and sensible portions. I also like to add vegetables whenever possible. Continue reading

4 Ways to Make an Amazing Green Bean Casserole

If you ever wore a school uniform growing up, you know the boredom that comes with being denied variety. Kids in uniforms are always desperately searching for ways to stand out from the crowd. They’ll try flipping their collar up or wearing printed socks—whatever they can do to shake things up a bit. Truth is, we all need a little variety from time to time, even as adults. The status quo can be comforting but a change from the norm can be refreshing, exciting. Continue reading