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Clamato Michelada | Mexican Beer Cocktail

A Michelada is a Mexican cocktail made with beer, lime juice, a bunch of different sauces and, in this case, a not-so-secret ingredient: Clamato juice. Learn how to make an easy and ultra-refreshing Clamato Michelada to keep you going on those hot summer days! Jump to: | Recipe | What Is A Michelada? | Ingredients …

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Seared Scallops with Lemon Orzo Instead of Risotto

This is an impressive dish that comes together in 20 minutes and is deceptively easy to cook. Adding a rub of ground fennel to the scallops before searing gives a subtle anise crust to the scallops, which are then served on a bed of lemony orzo. Nothing melts in your mouth like tender buttery scallops …

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Southern Old Fashioned Banana Pudding: (no meringue)

Silky and sweet, bannana pudding layered with vanilla wafers and sliced bananas is quintessential Southern comfort food. My Louisiana mom’s version of this classic dish added layers of whipped cream instead of the meringue topping and used evaporated milk instead of sweetened condensed milk. It is a little less sweet than many versions, but is …

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Italian White Bean, Kale & Sausage Stew: Without Tomatoes

This creamy rustic soup or stew is perfect for slow carb diets or for cold-weather cooking. Cannellini beans and sausage make it high protein, the kale adds tons of nutrients and flavor and the creamy broth give it a velvety texture. Serve it with or without rustic bread. Jump to: RECIPE | Key Ingredients & …

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Leggy Tomato Seedlings | What Should You Do?

Are the tomato plants you started this spring looking a little… spindly? Sad? You’re probably dealing with leggy tomato seedlings, one of the most common issues when starting tomato seeds. Legginess can affect the health of the plants, but don’t worry: it’s fixable. Jump to: | Why Legginess Is Bad | Leggy Tomato Seedlings: Causes …

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Best Time to Plant Tomatoes & Vegetables: Phenology

Old gardener stories are often based around a science called phenology. “Plant potatoes on Good Friday; prune trees on Presidents Day, and never plant anything during the full moon.” Homilies or science? Is there a reason phenology has existed for thousands of years, across the world, and more importantly, can we use it to help …

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Mexican Ponche Navideño: Christmas Punch With Tequila

Looking for a hot drink to serve for the holiday season? This year, let’s skip the mulled wine and go for a warming classic from Mexico instead. Mexican ponche navideño is a traditional fruit punch bursting with comforting flavors and a spiced aroma that will make your home smell heavenly. Serve it like a tea …

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White Tea Cocktail With Cucumber & Sparkling Water

Looking for a refreshing and subtle drink to serve on a hot summer’s day? Or maybe something to remind you of the sun during the dark winter months? This bright white tea cocktail with cucumber, thyme, honey and a splash of sparkling water or sparkling wine is perfect for any time of year. Ingredients and …

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