Recipe of the Month: Candy Corn Baked Brie Cups

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Can you believe that Halloween has come and gone already?! And what do we, as adults, have to show for it….a bunch of leftover candy! For me, that is not really a true problem, especially if there are leftover chocolate bars with peanuts, nougat and caramel (my fav chocolate candy) or candy pummmmmpkins!!! Waste not,… Read more »

The Great Aluminum Foil vs. Parchment Paper Debate

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Traditionally, parchment paper has been used predominantly for baking. It’s something that you probably didn’t have in your pantry all the time, unless you were baking on the regular. Once in a great while, I would come across a recipe that actually required the use of parchment paper. Nowadays, it is more popular than ever… Read more »

Oh my – eat the whole veggie!

Posted & filed under Chef Annie's Tips, Dishin' with Annie.

How many of you throw away parts of vegetables simply because you don’t know what to do with it, or you think it shouldn’t be eaten? Guilty. As. Charged. Well, have no fear, because I have come across some great info from my fav chef, Rachael Ray ( https://www.rachaelraymag.com/), on how to use those parts that… Read more »

The Mustard Movement

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As Paleo, Whole 30, and other clean-eating diets becoming increasingly popular, I find myself using mustard in my cooking more and more frequently. Why, you might ask? Well, unlike other condiments (yeah, I’m talking about you, store-bought barbecue sauce and ketchup), mustard is not full of sugar, high fructose corn syrup and other processed or… Read more »