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Meatloaf with Sweet-Spicy Glaze - Savoring Today (1 of 1)

Meatloaf with Sweetly-Spiced Glaze: Comfort is King

Growing up, meatloaf wasn’t the comfort food it is for me today. It was more like dreaded food because the massive chunks of onion were never pleasant for a kid who hated onions (mostly because of the texture). Dinnertime wasn’t the time for nonsense at our house, so I was usually in trouble by the time […]

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14 Healthy Super Bowl Party Recipes | Savoring Today

14 Healthy Super Bowl Party Recipes

The Super Bowl seems to arrive just in time to extinguish the best of New Year intentions to “get serious about getting healthy.” I already planned to highlight healthy food choices for this round-up, but wasn’t sure if people would be looking to finish a healthier party with more decadent deserts. So I polled a […]

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Zucchini Lasagna from the oven | Savoring Today (1 of 1)

Meat Lover’s Zucchini Lasagna: Low-Carb Heaven

Oh, the cheese—that golden brown, melted goodness laminating the saucy, meaty, vegetable pan of comfort and joy. Vegetable? Wait, no pasta? Nope. Not a pasta dish, it’s Zucchini Lasagna, the meat lover’s version. So you’ve spent the last hour (or more) making a pan of lasagna, and now you realize you should probably toss a salad. […]

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Mushroom & Blue Cheese Ragout over Beef Tenderloin | Savoring Today

Mushroom & Blue Cheese Ragout

Mushroom & Blue Cheese Ragout is one of those recipes that makes anything you serve with it, better. You can already tell by the photos, it’s not the tomato or meat based ragu we all love on pasta. Although when you taste this you might be tempted to pour it over pasta, or sandwiches, or […]

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Orange Balsamic Glazed Ribs

Orange Balsamic Glazed Ribs ~ Banish the Ho-Hums!

I don’t know about you, but I can get into a ho-hum kind of food funk, the uninspired we’re having tacos again kind of rut where dinner is just another task marking the conclusion of another day. Nothing savored, no flashes of cooking brilliance, no mmm lingering in the air. Like having a favorite color, mmm […]

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Pecan & Maple Balsamic Bacon

I know bacon recipes have almost become cliché on food blogs, but bacon captures attention like a bride walking down the aisle—no one turns away, all eyes are where they’re supposed to be … on the bacon recipe. Can the love of bacon be strong enough to handle one more? Yes. Besides, this isn’t all […]

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Spice Up the Weekend with Jalapenos and Bacon: Feature Fridays

  There I was, cruising food sites, minding my own business, when these Bacon Wrapped Jalapenos jumped up out of nowhere. You heard me…Bacon…Wrapped…Jalapenos. Look at them; can you imagine better cradles for cream cheese? Or a better way to introduce pork, chilies, and fire? Obvious as it might seem, there is a step-by-step recipe […]

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Prosciutto-Wrapped Caprese Salad on Board (1 of 1)

Prosciutto-Wrapped Caprese Salad

In March, the food world turns its attention to everything green in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, but for me the focus is on four weddings in the next two months. Since I am involved in three of the bridal showers, ivory and white have overshadowed the green theme. In the midst of planning appetizers […]

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Turkey Club Casserole Plated (1 of 1)

Emeril’s Turkey Club Casserole: One-Dish of Delicious

I read a plethora of magazines, cookbooks, newspaper articles, and blogs about food, so there has to be some way to keep tabs on what I hope to create in my next kitchen adventure.  For cookbooks or magazines, there is always a stack of post-it notes nearby to mark pages. Emeril’s new cookbook, Sizzling Skillets […]

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Labor Day Eats: Feature Fridays

Labor Day became a federal holiday 117 years ago, marked by parades and parties recognizing trade and labor organizations.  Today, families enjoy one last vacation before school starts, NFL and college football seasons begin, and backyard parties abound.  If entertaining or creating a dish for a potluck is on the agenda for this three-day weekend, […]

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