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Leftover Turkey Pot Pie – Simple Post-Holiday Comfort Food

Leftover Turkey Pot Pie – Simple Post-Holiday Comfort Food

My family spent a lot of time making memories. Most of them revolve around food. Some of my earliest childhood memories are connected to pot pies. While those were the frozen TV dinner variety, they were something I looked forward to after school on cold, rainy...
Pressure Cooker Carnitas with Salsa Verde – Perfect for Game Time

Pressure Cooker Carnitas with Salsa Verde – Perfect for Game Time

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #MakeGameTimeSaucy #CollectiveBias Getting ready for game day means more than just having snacks. It means putting out food that will impress everyone around the...
Namasu (Japanese Daikon and Carrot Salad) – a perfect side for grilling

Namasu (Japanese Daikon and Carrot Salad) – a perfect side for grilling

Namasu is something of a mystical dish. This simple salad of daikon radish and carrots is as simple to make as the similar tsukemono (overnight pickles), but is ready in just about 15 minutes. Namasu has a tangy-sweet flavor and incredible crisp texture that makes it...
How to make onigiri (Japanese rice balls)

How to make onigiri (Japanese rice balls)

My family loves rice. And I mean loves it. My son’s favorite dish is something we call “Rice and Goop”, which is basically rice covered in sausage or beef gravy. For me, it’s fried rice or spam musubi. My wife will take rice in just about any...
Southern Sausage Dressing – Cornbread dressing with sausage – Yes, you want this

Southern Sausage Dressing – Cornbread dressing with sausage – Yes, you want this

Sausage dressing is a staple at Southern tables, and not just around the holidays. I’ve used this recipe (or variations of it) to stuff Turkey, chicken, cornish hens, pork chops, and bell peppers. It goes with almost anything. It’s simple to make, and can...
Perfect White Rice Every Time (Hint: It should never be “Fluffy”)

Perfect White Rice Every Time (Hint: It should never be “Fluffy”)

Rice. It’s an unassuming grain that also just happens to be the staple food of nations all over the world. It’s speculated that rice may have been cultivated in Japan for as long as 6,000 years. Rice was never a big thing for me growing up. I’m a...
[ad] Cornish Hens with Sausage Stuffing – A Holiday dinner meal plan #LoveThisHolidayTwist

[ad] Cornish Hens with Sausage Stuffing – A Holiday dinner meal plan #LoveThisHolidayTwist

This post for Cornish Hens with Sausage Stuffing is written by me on behalf of Tyson Foods, Inc. All opinions are entirely my own. This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. #LoveThisHolidayTwist #CollectiveBias The Holidays are here,...