Post Tagged with: "dinner"

Chicken Yakitori

In the mood for Chinese food? How about chicken stir-fry? Put down the phone, you don’t need to order take out. We have an easy Chicken Yakitori recipe that only sounds likes it’s complicated to make. Traditionally, Yakitori is made with Mirin, which is a sweet rice wine. Often, it’s hard to find, but Marsala [...]

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Perfect Pork Pot Roast

Do the words “pot roast” intimidate you? Don’t be afraid! Embrace the challenge and we promise, once you try this recipe you will feel like a super hero in the kitchen (and your family will be super impressed too). Pot roast can be an amazing addition to your weekend dinner repertoire when made according to [...]

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Roasted Roma Tomato and Red Pepper Soup

Rainy, lazy days deserve comforting food. My roasted tomato and red pepper soup is perfect for the occasion, even during the spring and summer. What we love most about this recipe is that we got almost all of the ingredients at our local farmers market. Of course our awesome Grown up Grilled Cheese would be [...]

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Lime in the Coconut Chicken

We all know the song, “You put the lime in the coconut and you drink them both up.” Well, I don’t even know how or why, but somehow I got the song in my head. Thankfully, it inspired me to create this really awesome chicken dinner that impressed the both of us. The rich flavor [...]

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Apple Cinnamon Chicken

The title of this recipe might throw you off, but don’t be fooled. This Apple Cinnamon Chicken dish is fantastic and a must-try. In fact, we bet that if Guy Fieri tried this, he’d promptly say, “Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner” after just one bite. Ingredients: 4 chicken breasts 2 tbsp butter, divided 2 tbsp apple [...]

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Smokehouse Pomegranate Meatballs

My super awesome Smokehouse Pomegranate Meatballs are the perfect choice for spring time cookouts! I love to serve these with my Lemon Chive Noodles. Planning a little party? Turn these sweet and smoky babies into little spicy minis and they will be gone before you know it. Ingredients: 1 lb of 90/10 ground beef 3/4 [...]

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Walnut Salad with Honey Clementine Vinaigrette

Yep, it’s that time of year again – resolution time. Who has already made a dash to the local gym and signed up for a 5 year membership? We all seem to think that January is that magical month for us to get in shape and continue with that routine. Maybe that method works for [...]

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Salmon with a Nectarine Relish

This is one of our favorite spring and summer recipes because nectarines are one of my (Tinsley) favorite fruits. When I walk into the market and see local nectarines on display, I’m like a kid in a candy store. Instantly our cart is full of peak nectarines. Every once in a while we play around with this recipe [...]

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Chicken Caprese Skewers

Taylor and Trevor, our niece and nephew, are two kids we love to have in the kitchen with us. Food is our passion and we love sharing that with these two cuties. Taylor is 11 and she’s a sponge when it comes to learning. She adapts so well in the kitchen that we have no [...]

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Tacozagna

What do you get when a taco marries lasagna? Tacozagna! We really had a blast playing around with this recipe. We combined the flavors that we love from Mexican food and served it up Italian style. As usual, Jason turned his nose up and this idea, but LOVED the results! This twist on a classic [...]

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Aunt TT’s Tuna Casserole

Classic recipes are always great to have on hand. They’re perfect to make for someone who is need of something warm, homey and comforting. Have a friend who has been ill or in the hospital? Well, my twist on this classic will help lift their spirits and show them how much you care. Ingredients: 1 [...]

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Easy Garlic and Brown Sugar Chicken

We love the simplicity of this dish and we promise this is one that you can easily make for a quick meal during your busy work week. We have to admit that we can’t take full credit for this recipe. Tinsley saw this concept on Pinterest and was dying to make it. The problem was, [...]

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Cherry and Apricot Herb Chicken

  We’re always sad when summer ends and our favorite fruits become “out of season.” During peak season, we are always trying to incorporate fruit into our recipes, but those efforts fall short when the season ends. These days, local markets are stocking their shelves with a huge variety of dried fruits. Now, we can [...]

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Broiled Sweet and Savory Chicken

Name a food magazine and we get it. We love to spend most of our Saturday mornings flipping through the pages to get inspired in the kitchen. We actually are a little nerdy because we created a system to catalog the recipes we like. We start by marking the pages of whatever looks yummy. Then, [...]

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Orange and Carrot Soup

Looking for a recipe with a WOW factor? Good thing you found CookingShorts because this recipe has it. When we made it, the first word that came out of our mouths was WOW. Our Orange and Carrot Soup is another CookingShorts favorite because it’s perfect all year long – this recipe is a MUST and [...]

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