Popcorn is the perfect snack food. It's inexpensive, low-calorie, and easy to
make. Adding a bunch of butter makes it a lot less healthy. Adding a little bit
of sugar, however, makes it delicious!
If you've got 15 minutes and a pan with a cover, you can make your own kettle
corn at home.
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Before I could post the chicken broccoli alfredo
recipe, I needed to try it again
with the right portions of cheese. I didn't feel like cooking meat, so instead
I tried spinach and mushrooms, despite my previous experience with spinach, in
bacon and spinach pasta with
less than satisfactory.
The end result was I finally made a spinach dish that I liked. And I made a
mushroom alfredo that wasn't just "mushroom gravy with cheese". And they both
happened at the same time!
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Got a new crock pot, and this was the inaugural recipe! For the longest time, I had
a very bad crock pot. It was small, and the cooking surface wasn't removable, making
even simple things a lot harder than necessary.
So, since I really wanted to try this Taco Chicken Bowls recipe from Budget
Bytes, and a bunch of
other recipes in America's Test Kitchen's Slow-Cooker Revolution books, I bought
myself a new slow-cooker.
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Snickerdoodles: The gloriously simple cookie with the silly name. The
ingredient list is short, and all they require is a bit of chilling, a bit of
rolling (frolicking) in cinnamon and sugar, and pop them in the oven.
If you love vanilla, cinnamon, and sugar, you'll love these cookies.
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I've been working on my meats. Meat is generally not the forefront of the
dishes I make, both from its cost and my current lack of skill when cooking it.
But, since I've been reading more cookbooks as of late, I've been learning
techniques for better meat.
Since I promised an alfredo sauce, I decided to try out a chicken and broccoli
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