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What do BBQ pulled chicken sandwiches and chicken salad sandwiches have in common? Yes, it’s chicken. But which kind?Alright. It’s the shredded chicken. And how do you get that tender and juicy shredding? The trick has always been how you boil a chicken.But don’t be discouraged by how bland the title this discussion suggests. On …

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Sweet potatoes are a wonderful and hearty root vegetable. If you find cutting them intimidating you are not alone. Cutting sweet potatoes can seem a bit challenging because of their size but we are here to help. How to cut up a sweet potato really depends on how you plan to use it. Generally, there …

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Cauliflowers are a pretty versatile veggie to use in recipes. You can steam, roast, bake, fry them, dip them in cheese fondue or have them as is. You can also add them to vegetable rice, soups or even make garlic cauliflower mash, kebabs, and mac n cheese – the possibilities truly are endless. However, my personal …

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I am a cantaloupe lover through and through!  For me, nothing beats taking that first juicy, sweet bite of ripe cantaloupe. I love to cut it into bite-sized pieces. At times, I also add it to different smoothies and cocktails. With that said, I do believe that cutting this delightful fruit up can pose a …

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There’s nothing like the taste of freshly grilled sweet corn on a hot summer afternoon. Barbecues are simply incomplete without the smell of beautifully charred, golden yellow corn on the cobs that are a favorite of kids and adults alike. If you’re like me, there isn’t much you need other than a little bit of …

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There’s honestly nothing better than a steaming bowl of chili to overcome your hunger pangs. Whether you have it with baked potatoes, cornbread, or on its own, it’s the ultimate hearty food that warms up your soul. I love to make chili on the weekends. However, at times, our domestic antics result in the chili …

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When you’re new to baking, you can easily confuse baking soda with baking powder. They’re both leavening agents that allow baked items to rise when exposed to heat. Even though they both sound and look like the same thing, they’re quite different from each other. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at some …

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Get ready for a flavor blast! Toasted coconut adds a deep and layered richness to so many dishes—sweet and savory! Fresh or raw coconut is delightful on its own, but add a bit of heat, and the flavor and texture becomes even more richly layered with a crispy, nutty, nutritious goodness. You can find shaved …

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