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There is an inherent difficulty in accurately rating experiences which are subject to individual taste, such as art, movies, or music (see: Chuck Klostermann that). But having grown up as a college football nut (Roll Tide!) during the 1980s (i.e. back when Letterman was irreverent and on NBC and when the previous night’s Top Ten List was the subject of water-cooler chatter all over America), I have a natural predilection to rank things in relation to one another. Including, not surprisingly, food experiences.

And given the powerful connection between taste and memory, it is also unsurprising that most of the high-ranking meals on my list are tied to potent memories. Ribs at Dreamland* have never tasted better than when accompanied by the rapture my Yankee college buddies (and I mean real New England-style Yankees, not just people from north of Huntsville) being introduced to southern BBQ for the first time. Cassoulet at Bistro Jeanty in Yountville on the night I got engaged. December 10, 1999 (see, honey, I do remember). 3AM runs for Fried Egg and Cheese Sandwiches at Rosie’s Diner in Groton, CT. OK, maybe that one isn’t the most “potent” of memories. “Fuzzy” might be a better word (Hey, it was college.) But I do know that they were damn good at the time.

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All of these and many more meals that reside at the intersection of quality and context comprise my personal rankings of best food experiences. Recently, though, I was served something so jaw-droppingly wonderful that it really doesn’t need any contextualization for me to declare it hands-down “the best plate of food in the world”: Meat/Fruit at Dinner By Heston, Chef/Mad-Scientist/Playful Genius Heston Blumenthal’s much-ballyhooed first London restaurant which draws on Britain’s culinary past for its inspiration.

Our meal opened with the waiter depositing in the middle of our table what looked to be the most perfect mandarin orange ever (seriously, it looked like it was plucked right out of a 17th-century Dutch master or the Garden of Eden). It was simply situated unadorned on a little wooden cutting board accompanied by a few pieces of grilled baguette. Of course, it’s not just an orange. It’s a rich, unctuous chicken liver parfait encapsulated in the thinnest of orange jelly membranes. And its executed to perfection. And I don’t just mean that it’s yummy (which, of course, it is). Meat/Fruit simultaneously evokes so much of what can transform food from “sustenance” into “experience.” It is at once elegant and simple, rooted in the past but inarguably modern. It’s obviously borne of a very sophisticated technique, but presented without any of the artifice or showiness that can accompany “molecular gastronomy.” Meat/Fruit is a whimsical, austere, delicious, and just flat-out perfect morsel. No matter the situation or context.

Now it probably doesn’t hurt if you work your way up to eating at Dinner By Heston by waxing rhapsodic with your dining-partner/wife about the previous night’s chicken parfait course at The Fat Duck (Blumenthal’s other restaurant in Bray), or spending a couple of hours at the National Gallery looking at actual Dutch still-lifes, or just being a fan in general of poultry liver. Or, heck, it also couldn’t hurt to be an unapologetic, anglophile fanboy of Heston Blumenthal and just about everything he does. But you don’t have to be. Meat/Fruit is, in point of fact, empirically the “best plate of food in the world.” In my opinion.

*Yes, I know that it is a badge-of-honor for Tuscaloosa “foodies” to declare the lesser-known Archibald’s to be far superior to the more renowned Dreamland. And while I might generally agree with that assertion, the ribs I had that night were my personal top BBQ experience.


My 11 Favorite Recipes of the Year, 2014 | The Food Lab

I spend so much time cooking and thinking about what I'm going to cook next that I don't often get to look back at what I've actually done. This has been a pretty big year for me recipe-wise, with some fun breakthroughs, some delicious staples that have made their way into my everyday life, and other recipes that while they may not be the simplest, are worth every second of the time and effort that go into them.

Here are my favorites of they year. They aren't necessarily the most popular, but they were the ones I had the most fun developing and eating.

General Tso's Chicken

Who doesn't love crispy, sweet-and-savory Chinese-American food, raise your hand? Now I would like everyone with their hands raised to quietly file out of the room so that the rest of us may enjoy our General Tso's chicken in peace. The trick to extra-crisp coating is a combination of vodka and a unique breading process.

I like this recipe because it's a threefer: once you've learned how to make that crispy chicken, you can use the exact same method for orange chicken or sesame chicken (or any number of delicious Chinese-American classics—try it on beef!).

Get the recipe for General Tso's Chicken »

Perfect Steam-Boiled Eggs

Oh my goodness, did I boil and steam my way through a lot of eggs this year! But it wasn't for naught. Through the process I discovered exactly what makes egg shells difficult to peel (hint: it all has to do with the temperature at which you cook the eggs), and how to get rid of the little dimpled divots at the base of a boiled egg for a technique that is just about as close to foolproof as you can get with eggs, and that's saying a lot.

And what to do with those perfect boiled eggs aside from eat them? How about 9 in-your-face deviled egg variations or a bit of my favorite egg salad recipe?

Get the recipe for Perfect Steam-Boiled Eggs »

The Best Black Bean Burgers

I was tickled pink when I finally nailed the black bean burgers I'd been working on. The key part of the process was realizing that partially dehydrating the beans by roasting them first would solve the mushy texture problem that 99% of black bean burgers out there fall victim to. If there's one veggie burger recipe that'll convince meat eaters that veggie burgers are more than just a poor meat substitute, this is the one.

Get the recipe for The Best Black Bean Burgers »

Ultra-Smashed Cheeseburgers

KENJI SMASH, is what I would say to myself as I was making these burgers. The initial concept for them came when I was helping my friends develop a menu for Harlem Shake, a burger joint up near my old digs on 125th street and Lenox. The idea? We all know the crisp browned crust is the best part of a burger. So what if we developed a burger technique that maximizes it? The end product is two ulta-thin patties that are as crusty as you can imagine, fused together with a slice of melted cheese. It's gloriously flavorful and fatty and oh god now I want to stop writing and go make one for myse.

Get the recipe for Ultra-Smashed Cheeseburgers »

Vegan Nacho Cheese Sauce

Take a look again. That's cheese sauce. Vegan cheese sauce. I'm not normally one to get into faux foods, but when the idea to use the elasticity of over-processed potatoes in order to give a vegan cheese sauce the right gooey texture came to me, I just couldn't resist. This pourable, brownable, gooey, stretchy sauce is packed with flavor and perfect for everything from Vegan Stovetop Mac and Cheese to the Ultimate Fully Loaded Vegan Nachos to these Vegan Cheesy Baked Potatoes with Broccoli.

Get the recipe for Vegan Nacho Cheese Sauce »

Extra-Crispy Bar-Style Tortilla Pizza Supreme

So I may have exaggerated just a bit when I said that these pizzas are world class bar pies (no offense to Adam, who actually makes world-class bar pies), but damned if they don't offer the best flavor-to-effort ratio of any recipe this year. They take 11 minutes start to finish and you end up with a thin, crisp pizza that's better than most of what you'll find in actual pizza shops these days. No joke!

Vegetables Wellington

For years I've wanted to develop a 100% animal product-free roast that would be worthy of a celebration in and of itself. This vegan roast made with carrots, mushrooms, beans, and nuts, is the result. The big flavor kicker? The same smoked mushroom "bacon" that I developed for my vegan B.L.A.T. sandwiches (another one of my favorite recipes!). Those little smoked mushroom chips are addictive.

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DIY Instant Noodle Cups

I ate Cup Noodles all the time as a kid, both of the toddler-at-home-alone-on-Saturday-morning type, and as the poor-college-student-who-never-grew-up type. This set of recipes captures the fun and convenience of just-add-boiling-water pot noodles, but made with fresh ingredients and more complex flavors. Be the envy of your office mates! Your brown bag lunch at work will never be the same!

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Slow Cooked Italian-American Red Sauce

Some things are worth taking the time to do right. This red sauce packs more flavor than any stovetop version through the slow caramelization and reduction that takes place in the oven. I was so happy with the sauce that I used it again in my chicken Parmesan, and so happy with the technique that I applied to to my Slow-Cooked Bolognese Sauce. Both are worthy recipes unto themselves.

Easy Pull-Apart Pepperoni Garlic Knots

It's the garlic knots I grew up loving in the pizzeria, but with a crisp, cast-iron-fried bottom crust, plenty of salty pepperoni bits, and deep garlic and Parmesan flavor all in fun, party-friendly, pull-apart form.

The Best Chocolate Chip Cookies

OK so technically this recipe wasn't in the 2014 calendar year, but it was within a year of the publication date of this article, so I think it's fair game. Of all the recipes I've worked on this past year, these cookies were probably the one with the most individual tests. Over 1,500 cookies went into the development of this recipe, and the end results are as close to the perfect cookie as I've ever made with a toffee-like buttery richness, crisp edges, soft, chewy centers, and craggy, chocolatey crevices throughout.


Our 30 Favorite June Recipes

Jump into summertime fun with this amazing list of June recipes for you to explore. We’ve compiled a list of our absolute favorite summer recipes based on which recipes our readers gravitate towards this time of year. With full days and the kids on vacation, the last thing people want to do is squander time in the kitchen. Grilling season is also now if full swing so don’t forget to check out our summer cookout menu too! We’ve packed so many great June recipes together for your enjoyment that you can try your hand at a different dish every day of the month. But don’t forget to plan that special day just for Dad using our swell collection of Father’s Day recipes.

1. Easy Pasta Salad Recipe

Without a doubt one of our most popular summer recipes is our Easy Pasta Salad Recipe. It’s easy to see why. The prep for this flavor-packed pasta salad is super simple and it’s a Healthy Living recipe.

2. Hawaiian Pork Grill Foil Pack

Say aloha to summertime with a Hawaiian Pork Grill Foil Pack. This innovative foil pack recipe will give your cookout a delicious mix of sweet and savory flavors.

3. Our Best Chocolate Cheesecake

There’s never a wrong time for cheesecake, especially chocolate cheesecake. Discover why we call this recipe Our Best Chocolate Cheesecake. It won’t take you long to figure out why.

4. Easy Appetizer Bites

Unexpected guests are coming over for the cookout at the last minute and you need more appetizers.Take control of the situation with our Easy Appetizer Bites. All you need is ten minutes of prep time and three ingredients.

5. VELVEETA® Cheeseburger Macaroni

Bring together two classic tastes for an unbeatable dish with VELVEETA® Cheeseburger Macaroni. After seeing the kids’ reactions, you may wonder why you hadn’t thought of this sooner!

6. Chicken Kabobs on the Grill

Impress everyone at the cookout with our Chicken Kabobs on the Grill. As an added bonus, these delicious kabobs are super easy and only require three ingredients!

7. COOL ‘N EASY Strawberry Pie

COOL WHIP Whipped Topping and strawberry gelatin combine for the filling to our COOL ‘N EASY Strawberry Pie. Plus the fresh strawberries on top are a great example of using summer produce to maximum effect.

8.  Easy Oven Frittata Recipe

Make a great-tasting frittata to serve at brunch without breaking a sweat with our Easy Oven Frittata Recipe. Basil, tomatoes, mozzarella and bacon bits combine in an incredibly delicious way.

9. Weeknight Taco Salad

Make a meaty, cheesy Weeknight Taco Salad in less than half an hour and spend the extra time doing something fun outdoors. It even comes in its own edible tortilla bowl!

10. PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese Spinach Dip

We have yet to meet anyone who is not a fan of our PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese Spinach Dip. Set out a bowl of this extremely popular dish and watch the party get moving.

11. Easy Chicken Stir-Fry Skillet

Mealtime is quick, simple and flavorful with our Easy Chicken Stir-Fry Skillet. This sweet and savory skillet is a delicious dish to serve on any summer night.

12. Strawberry Pretzel Dessert Squares

Sweeten up your day with our Strawberry Pretzel Dessert Squares. Fresh strawberries make these tasty dessert squares the perfect summer treat.

13. Grilled ‘Baked’ Potatoes

Make your side on the grill right next to your steak with our Grilled ‘Baked’ Potatoes. These grilled potatoes include all your favorite fixings of classic baked potatoes.

14. Southern Banana Pudding

Bring a little Southern hospitality to your next gathering with Southern Banana Pudding. Simple to make and impossible to ignore, this dessert is sure to impress.

15.  Baked Mac and Cheese Recipe

Take a classic and make it even more amazing with our Baked Mac and Cheese Recipe. It even includes the perfect amount of cayenne pepper to add a touch of extra heat.

16. Peanut Butter Cookies

Take some time to taste a tremendous treat with our Peanut Butter Cookies recipe. The classic crisscross pattern is sure to bring back some happy memories.

17. Family Reunion Macaroni Salad

Our Family Reunion Macaroni Salad is perfect for when the whole family gathers to enjoy some summertime fun. This dish may just be the quintessential June recipe.

18. Gelatin Poke Cake

This pretty Gelatin Poke Cake will make you wish that you could actually have your cake and eat it too. Fluffy COOL WHIP is the perfect finishing touch on this fruity dessert.

19. Oven BBQ Chicken Breasts

Enjoy big taste in a hurry with our saucy Oven BBQ Chicken Breasts. All you need are two ingredients for this easy chicken recipe.

20. Electric Pressure Cooker Pork Ribs

For busy days when you’re on the go, try our delicious Electric Pressure Cooker Pork Ribs. These tangy ribs come together quickly in an electric pressure cooker and require only 15 minutes of prep.

21. Cookies & Cream Fudge Ice Cream Cake

Perfect your day with a delicious slice of Cookies & Cream Fudge Ice Cream Cake. Chocolate sandwich cookies and ice cream sandwiches unite for a frozen dessert that the whole party will love.

22. Better-than-Ever Cheesy Meat Lasagna

A good lasagna recipe is worth holding onto. That’s why we would love to introduce you to our Better-than-Ever Cheesy Meat Lasagna. You may never need another lasagna recipe.

23. SURE-JELL Strawberry-Rhubarb Jam

June is the perfect time for SURE-JELL Strawberry-Rhubarb Jam. Bright, beautiful color and delicious flavor makes this recipe one of our summertime favorites.

24. Ultimate 7-Layer Dip

Kick off the party with our Ultimate 7-Layer Dip. This delicious dip includes refried beans, salsa, cheese, black olives and more!

25. Coffee Ice Cream with Chocolate Chunks

Complete the perfect day with the perfect dessert: Coffee Ice Cream with Chocolate Chunks. Coffee and ice cream worlds collide in this sweet frozen dessert that is perfect for summertime.

26. Cheese ‘n Bacon Stuffed Mushroom Recipe

Serve a batch of our Cheese ‘n Bacon Stuffed Mushroom Recipe and watch their faces light up. These wonderful tasting appetizers look so great that no one will believe they only took 35 minutes to make.

27. Banana-Sour Cream Cake

Need something to do with those bananas that are just slightly past their prime? Why not bake up a delicious Banana-Sour Cream Cake. Your family will appreciate it.

28. PHILADELPHIA Creamy Tortilla Roll-Ups

If you’re in the need of a great summer appetizer with a touch of Southwestern flair, we’ve got you covered with our PHILADELPHIA Creamy Tortilla Roll-Ups. These delectable bites are served with a side of salsa for an extra special experience.

29. Fruit Salad with Marshmallows

Combine sweet and citrus flavors with our Fruit Salad with Marshmallows. This dish is one of our favorite June recipes because it’s served cold and perfect for cooling off after summertime fun.

30. Grilled Bruschetta Chicken

Feed your family our Grilled Bruschetta Chicken for a delicious chicken dish. Fix up chicken with tomatoes, mozzarella and a sun dried tomato vinaigrette in this easy summertime recipe.

As you can see, June recipes are all about getting outside, socializing and having fun. Seize this special time of year while you can and share it with ones you love. We even have a whole collection of recipes dedicated to summer entertaining so you can make the most of these warm, sunny days.


My Favorite Meatloaf

It's wrapped in bacon and covered in a tangy-sweet sauce. Yum!

One of my favorite comfort foods. I love this stuff.

(heaping) freshly grated Parmesan cheese

Freshly ground black pepper

  1. Preheat oven to 350˚. Pour milk over the bread slices. Allow it to soak in for several minutes.
  2. Place the ground beef, milk-soaked bread, Parmesan, seasoned salt, salt, black pepper, and parsley in a large mixing bowl. Pour in beaten eggs.
  3. With clean hands, mix the ingredients until well combined. Form the mixture into a loaf shape on a broiler pan, which will allow the fat to drain. (Line the bottom of the pan with foil to avoid a big mess!)
  4. Lay bacon slices over the top, tucking them underneath the meatloaf.
  5. Make the sauce: add ketchup, brown sugar, mustard, and hot sauce in a mixing bowl. Stir together. Pour 1/3 of the mixture over the top of the bacon. Spread with a spoon.
  6. Bake for 45 minutes, then pour another 1/3 of the sauce over the top. Bake for another 15 minutes. Slice and serve with remaining sauce.
  7. Serve with mashed potatoes. Yummy!

This is a recipe from my cookbook, and I&rsquom sharing it here because I love it.

I&rsquom tired of meatloaf getting a bad rap. Tired of it, I tell you!

Within the pages of my cookbook, I proposed that people&rsquos perception of meatloaf became permanently skewed when a certain disheveled rock singer burst on the scene back in the seventies&hellipbut after much consideration, I&rsquove decided that it&rsquos actually the word &ldquoloaf&rdquo that has contributed the most to meatloaf being such a maligned food.

You didn&rsquot know my cookbook delved into such anthropological and sociological issues, did you?

Don&rsquot worry. I didn&rsquot, either.

So open your minds for a moment. Pretend the title of this dish does not contain the word &ldquoloaf.&rdquo Focus, instead, on the simplicity of the ingredients: a beautiful meat mixture bound together with bread and eggs and made delicious with Parmesan and seasonings. Focus, instead, on the fact that the meat mixture is wrapped lovingly in a blanket of thin, flavorful bacon, and topped with a tangy-sweet sauce that pulls it all together in perfect harmony.

See? That&rsquos all meatloaf is.

Oops. I said &ldquoloaf.&rdquo Shoot! I forgot.

It&rsquos like in the movie &ldquoSomewhere in Time&rdquo where Christopher Reeve (rest his soul) is blissfully living in they year 1912, then discovers the 1979 penny in his pocket and is suddenly and violently sucked back to present day. I hate it when that happens!

I know this is a really weird photo, but I&rsquom a really weird person so it fits. Begin by throwing six slices of regular white bread (I&rsquom talking sandwich bread, folks) into a bowl. Pour the milk over the bread and let it soak in.

Grody, I realize, but bear with me.

And you can use crusty artisan bread if you want to. But I honestly love the comfort food nature of the soft, white stuff.

Into a large bowl, throw the ground beef, Parmesan cheese, and chopped parsley.

I used Parmigiano Reggiano.

Throw the soaked bread into the bowl, along with some eggs. Add salt, and lots and lots of freshly ground black pepper. And you can add some finely minced garlic if you&rsquod like!

Scrub your hands with soap and water, scour them with an SOS pad, hold them under a bacteria-destroying UV light, and dip them in antiseptic solution (okay, just soap and water will do) and knead the mixture together.

When it&rsquos all mixed together, form the mixture into a (I&rsquom going to say it) loaf shape on top of a broiler/drip pan.

Next, drape slices of bacon over the top, tucking them underneath the meatloaf and overlapping pieces as you go along.

Note: It&rsquos important to use thin bacon here! The thinner the better.

Keep going until the meatloaf is totally covered.

And now comes my favorite part. Throw some ketchup into a bowl.

Add brown sugar and dry mustard.

Then add as much Tabasco as you&rsquod like.

Pour a third of the sauce over the top and spread it to cover the bacon, then bake the meatloaf for 45 minutes. After that time, pull the pan out of the oven and spread another third of the sauce over the top. Return it to the oven for fifteen minutes or so.

These photos don&rsquot show it because I took them back when I was even more of an amateur photographer than I am now, but the sauce is truly bright red. There are some meatloaf recipes that have more of a canned tomato-based sauce, and those can be delicious, too. But to me, a ketchup-based sauce is what makes meatloaf truly&hellipmeatloaf.

And that&rsquos it! I know it doesn&rsquot look it, but what you have here is a comfort food like no other&mdasha scrumptious delight through and through. And you&rsquoll notice the edges are nice and brown that&rsquos the way I like it, baby. It increases the flavor of things, and also indicates that the inside of the meatloaf has been adequately cooked.

Pink meatloaf = No, no, no, no, no, no, no

So here&rsquos what you do: Slice it up and serve it with the remaining third of the sauce, which can be used for dipping.

Serve the meatloaf next to mashed potatoes. Buttered egg noodles. Or better yet&mdashgulp&mdashcheese grits! There&rsquos nothing better on earth.

And the next day, make meatloaf sandwiches with the leftovers.

You&rsquoll wonder where leftover meatloaf has been all your life.

(Food affects me very deeply. Can you tell?)

Enjoy this, my friends! If you&rsquore on the fence about meatloaf, or even if you&rsquove written it off entirely as something you&rsquod never, ever try, give this a shot. Consider it adventure eating, like huitlacoche. Or calf nuts.


Soul Food Easter Menu / 20 BEST Easter Side Dishes - A Southern Soul / In this blog post, i want to share some of my favorite southern easter recipes that are a staple on my menu.

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Even though we're keeping things simple this year it doesn't mean we're sacrificing good food filled with delicious flavors! You also may be interested in these vegetarian and vegan. How to make easter dinner more memorable : Soul food easter dinner menu. Side dishes, desserts and drink!

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15 of My Personal Favorite Dog Food Recipes

W e have hundreds of recipes published here on Top Dog Tips for dog owners looking to start cooking for their pets. However, with so many options to choose from, many are often lost and confused where to begin. Having myself recorded and published 100+ homemade dog food recipes, I decided to pick 15 of my own recipes that I and my dogs consider our favorites.

Below you can check every one of those recipes with their photos, ingredients and cooking instructions. I've made these much more concise so it's easier to follow, but if you feel you need more details and directions, follow the link to read the full recipe, watch my video and find more pictures of my cooking process.

Your suggestions: If you have any favorite homemade recipes of your own that your pups love, I'd love to hear about it! Let us know in the comments below, and I may even record and feature it in the future here on Top Dog Tips.

1. Recipe with Ground Beef and Vegetables

Ingredients:
  • 1 pound lean ground beef
  • 1 tsp. coconut oil
  • 3 cups whole wheat flour
  • 1 cup dry milk
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/2 cup vegetable oil
  • 2 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce
  • 1.5 cups low sodium beef broth
  • 2 cups dog-friendly vegetables – finely chopped (I used carrots and green beans)
Directions:

First, cook the ground beef. I fry mine, so I add 1 teaspoon of coconut oil to the pan to prevent sticking. You'll also need to boil or steam the vegetables. In a large mixing bowl, combine the dry milk and flour and stir until they are well mixed. In a small mixing bowl beat together the eggs, vegetable oil, Worcestershire sauce and broth.

Slowly add this wet mixture to the dry ingredients. Add the cooked ground beef and vegetables, and then mix until it forms a moist dough. Spread the dough mixture onto a very well greased cookie sheet. It should be about 1/2-inch thick. Bake this best homemade dry dog food recipe at 200° for about 30 minutes. Remove it from the oven and use a pizza cutter to cut the dough into bite-size pieces.

Place the dog food back into the oven and bake for another hour. Shut the oven off and allow the dog food to stay in the closed oven until it is completely cool. This may take an hour or more. Remove the pan from the oven and break the dog food into pieces using the score marks you made with the pizza cutter.

2. Chicken and Rice Mini Muffin Dog Treats

Ingredients:
  • 1 cup dry rice (any type – I used white rice, but I usually use wild rice)
  • 1 cup diced or shredded chicken
  • 3 tbsp. rice flour
  • 2 tbsp. dried parsley (you can substitute for 1 tbsp. fresh parsley)
  • 1 egg, beaten
Directions:

Preheat oven to 350°. Cook the chicken (I boil it). Cook rice according to the directions on the box. It takes about 20-30 minutes to cook the chicken, and I cook the rice at the same time.

After cooking chicken and rice, combine all ingredients in a large mixing bowl and stir until well combined. Using a spoon, press the mixture into the cups of a well-greased mini muffin trays. Pack them down tightly with the spoon so they'll stick together when baked.

Back them in the 350° oven for about 25 minutes. Chicken will begin to turn brown as they cook. You'll know when they are done because they chicken will get crispy.

3. Egg and Rice Recipe

Ingredients:
  • 1 beaten egg
  • 1/3 cup applesauce
  • 1 cup cooked vegetables (I used peas and green beans)
  • 1 cup cooked brown rice
  • 1 tbsp. brewer's yeast
Directions:

Cook the vegetables and rice before you put the ingredients together. Preheat your oven to 350°. Once you've cooked the rice and vegetables until tender, mix all the ingredients together in a mixing bowl. Place small rounded tablespoonfuls on a well greased cookie sheet.

Bake in the 350° oven for 12-15 minutes. They be firm and begin to turn brown on the top when they're done. Once they're cool, you can feed them directly to your dog.

4. Sweet Potato Fries for Dogs

Ingredients:
  • 1 medium to large sweet potato
  • 1 tbsp. melted coconut oil
  • 1 tbsp. cinnamon
  • 1 tbsp. turmeric
Directions:

Preheat your oven to 425°. Wash the sweet potato and cut it into long, skinny fry shaped pieces. In a large resealable bag, add the sweet potato slices, melted coconut oil and spices. Give the bag a good shake until the fries are evenly coated with oil and spices.

Place the fries on a cookie sheet in a single layer. Bake them on one side for about 15 minutes, and then flip the fries over for even baking. Bake them for another 15 minutes on the other side.

5. Hypoallergenic Homemade Dog Food

Ingredients:
  • 1 cup brown rice
  • 2 cups water
  • 2 cups vegetables
  • 1 pound of boneless chicken breast
Directions:

Because this is a slow cooker recipe, you simply add the ingredients, set the slow cooker and then go about your daily routine. You'll need to layer the ingredients in the same order that they are listed above.

Pour the rice into the bottom of the crock pot, add the water, veggies and then place the chicken on top. Put the lid on the slow cooker and cook on low for about 8 hours. After 4 or 5 hours you'll notice that chicken becomes extremely tender. Once the food cools, you can serve it to your pet.

6. Grain Free Homemade Dog Food

Ingredients:
  • 1.5 pounds chicken (2 pounds if you do not have chicken livers)
  • .75 pounds chicken livers
  • 1 cup cottage cheese
  • 1/8 cup coconut oil
  • 1 cup squash (chopped)
  • 1/2 cup carrots (chopped)
  • 1/2 cup green beans (chopped)
  • 10 oz. spinach
  • 1/8 cup rosemary
  • 1/8 cup basil
  • 1/8 cup parsley
  • 1/8 cup turmeric
  • 4 cloves garlic
Directions:

Add the chicken to the bottom of the slow cooker and cover it with water. Add the rest of the ingredients on top of the chicken and water. The spinach will almost fill the slow cooker so you'll need to squash it down.

Cook on low for about 8 hours. You'll need to stir it every once in a while to mix the spinach in with the other ingredients. After about 4 hours the chicken will be very tender and you'll be able to tear it into smaller pieces and mix it around with the other ingredients.

7. Salmon and Broccoli Dog Food

Ingredients:
  • 1 lb. salmon WITH skin
  • 1 tbsp. coconut oil (you can substitute olive oil or other cooking oil)
  • 1 head of broccoli
  • 3 sweet potatoes
  • 2 carrots
  • 1 squash
Directions:

Cook the salmon in a skillet using the coconut oil to prevent sticking. Chop the squash, carrots and broccoli, and steam them until tender. Boil the sweet potatoes with skin on until tender. When the potatoes are tender, mash them.

Combine the ingredients. Shred the salmon in a large mixing bowl. Add the broccoli, squash and carrots. Mix thoroughly. Add the sweet potatoes and mix until everything is completely combined. Once the food has cooled, you can feed it to your pet.

8. Simple and Healthy Doggy Meatloaf

Ingredients:
  • 3 cups of ground meat (turkey, chicken, beef, etc.)
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/2 cup of chopped or grated dog-friendly vegetables
  • 1/2 cup cottage cheese
  • 1/2 cup old fashioned oats
Directions:

Preheat oven to 400°. In a medium mixing bowl, combine all ingredients with your hands. When thoroughly combined, press the mixture into a loaf pan. Bake in 400° oven for about 80 minutes.

You'll notice that the loaf turns a golden brown color on the top. You could also use a meat thermometer to ensure that it's cooked to the proper temperature, depending on the protein source that you used (check USDA for cooking temperatures of each meat). Once cooled, you can serve it to your dog.

9. Venison and Vegetable Stew for Dogs

Ingredients:
  • 4 cups of ground venison (or other protein source of your choice)
  • 4 cups of low sodium broth
  • 1/2 cup rolled oats
  • 1/2 cup chopped green beans
  • 1/2 cup chopped carrots
  • 1/2 cup chopped broccoli
Directions:

Brown the meat. You don't need to cook it all the way through because you'll also be boiling the stew later. Cook the meat until it's about 3/4 done in a skillet. If you're using a lean meat, like venison, you'll want to add a bit of oil.

Chop the vegetables. Once your meat is cooked and the veggies are chopped, mix all the ingredients together in a large pot. Turn the burner to medium heat, and add the cooked meat, broth, vegetables and rolled oats to the pot.

Bring the mixture to a boil and cook for 15 minutes, stirring occasionally. You'll notice that the veggies and oats soak up the broth. After the stew cools you can feed it to your pet immediately, or store it in the refrigerator in an air tight container for up to 5 days.

10. Well-Balanced Homemade Dog Food

Ingredients:
  • 3 pounds boneless, skinless chicken thighs
  • 1/4 cup chicken livers
  • 1 cup carrots (chopped)
  • 1 cup green beans
  • 2 apples (cored and sliced)
  • 1 tbsp. olive oil
  • 1 cup peas
  • 1/4 cup dried parsley (or 1/2 cup fresh parsley)
Directions:

Add chicken, livers, carrots, green beans, apples and olive oil to the slow cooker. Put the lid on and cook on low for 6-8 hours. You'll know when it's finished when chicken is very tender.

When done cooking, add the peas and parsley and stir until it's thoroughly combined. Let the recipe cook for another 10-15 on low. Once it's cooled you can serve it to your pup.

11. Gluten Free Dog Food Recipe

Ingredients:
  • 3 cups white rice (cooked)
  • 1/2 cup dog-friendly vegetables
  • 1 egg
  • 1/4 cup milk
  • 1/4 cup grated cheese
Directions:

Preheat your oven to 350°. In a small casserole dish, layer the cooked rice and vegetables. The vegetables do not need to be cooked. In a small bowl, beat the egg and milk together and pour the mixture over the rice and veggies.

Sprinkle the cheese over the top, and bake in the 350° for 20 minutes. Once done cooking, wait for the food to cool and you can feed it to your pet.

12. Dog Food Recipe for Joint and Hip Health

Ingredients:
  • 6 cups of water
  • 1 pound ground turkey
  • 1 cup of celery
  • 2 cups of carrots
  • 2 cups of kale
  • 3 cloves of garlic
  • 1.5 cups of barley
  • 1/2 cup brown rice
  • 1/2 cup lentils
  • 1 cup parsley (fresh or dried)
  • 1 cup nettles (fresh or dried)
  • 1/2 cup dried cranberries
Directions:

Add all ingredients into the slow cooker and set it on low. Cook for about 6-8 hours. You can also cook on medium/high heat for 3-4 hours if you're home to tend to it. Stir it every 20 minutes if you turn the heat up.

If cooking on low, stir the food occasionally to break up the ground turkey, but it's not essential – you can use a large spoon to break the ground turkey once it's cooked. After finished, let it cool and you can serve it immediately.

13. Cheap and Healthy Homemade Food

Ingredients:
  • 3 medium-size sweet potatoes (grated)
  • 2 large carrots (grated) OR 1.5 cups french cut carrots
  • 1 can kidney beans
  • 4 eggs
  • 1 tsp. crushed rosemary
  • 1.5 lbs. ground beef (85% or 90% lean)
Directions:

Preheat your oven to 350°. Rinse and drain the kidney beans. Add rosemary, kidney beans and eggs (with or without eggshells) in a food processor. Pureé the ingredients.

Add the pureéd ingredients to a medium-size mixing bowl and add the grated sweet potatoes, carrots and ground beef. Blend the ingredients with your hands. Place the mixture in as many loaf pans as needed. Bake the loaves for about 60 minutes in the 350° oven.

14. Pumpkin Biscuits for Sensitive Stomach

Ingredients:
  • 1 egg (if your dog is allergic to egss, just leave this out)
  • 2/3 cup pureed pumpkin
  • 2.5 tablespoons flaxseed oil or olive oil
  • 2 cups brown rice flour
  • 1/3 cup cold water
Directions:

Preheat oven to 350°. In a large mixing bowl, beat the egg. Then add the pureed pumpkin. Add the flaxseed oil and brown rice flour, and stir until the mixture forms a dough, which will be dry.

Slowly add water to the mixture. If you notice the dough becoming sticky, stop adding water. Once the dough is smooth, you can roll it onto a floured surface. Roll it out to about 1/4-inch thick, as evenly as possible so the biscuits will cook thoroughly. Even out all thick spots and thin spots.

Use cookie cutters, butter knife or pizza cutter to cut out shapes. Place each biscuit on a parchment paper-lined cookie sheet. Since there is no rising agent, you can place the biscuits close together on the cookie sheet. Bake at 350° for 35-40 minutes. You'll notice they turn a darker orange and begin to crack on top when they're finished.

15. Cheap Homemade Dog Food Meal

Ingredients:
  • 4 pounds ground turkey
  • 1 tbsp. olive oil
  • 1.5 cups dry brown rice
  • 15 ounces tomato sauce
  • 1 large sweet potato
  • 4 cups fresh spinach
Directions:

Cook the rice according to the instructions on the box. Add olive oil to a large pot and brown the turkey on medium heat (about 15-20 minutes total). Put the sweet potato in the microwave for 3.5 minutes. Once it's cooked, flip it over and cook it for another 3.5 minutes. Once it's cooled, cut the sweet potato into cubes that are bite-size for your pup.

When the turkey is completely cooked, add the cooked rice, tomato sauce, cubed sweet potato and spinach to the pot. Cover the pot and let it sit for about 2 minutes to wilt the spinach. After it's cooled, you can serve it to your dog.


My 10 favorite Dinner in Minutes recipes of 2020 include étouffée, Instant Pot stew and chicken, chicken, chicken

I was wowed by that greeting, and in the next beat a bit intimidated. I was joining a stellar team and stepping into big shoes, so I focused on the end-game: Sharing recipes — online and in the newspaper — that would spring to mind when we find ourselves wondering: What am I going to cook tonight?

To do that, for Dinner in Minutes, I drew from old favorites that I’ve made again and again (shrimp étouffée, anyone?) and new ones that I learned about from readers, colleagues and terrific cookbooks.

Each week, a few days after I hit publish, I’d get a little thrill when readers write to tell me a dish is now in the “clean plate club!” or when they report back: “The recipe is clear and easy to follow, I had a bit of trepidation, but it all turned out really well.”

As I look back on this tumultuous year, I found it tough to pick favorites. So, here, in alphabetical order because I just can’t play favorites among my favorites, are my top 10 Dinner in Minutes recipes of the year.

Hope you will try or, better yet, re-try them in the coming year.

Akoho Misy Sakamalao. Sometimes the simplest dishes have a surprisingly big flavor. This five-ingredient, one-skillet chicken dish from “In Bibi’s Kitchen” by Hawa Hassan with Julia Turshen shows the power of combining coconut oil with lots of garlic and ginger to turn forgiving chicken thighs into a memorable meal in minutes.

Bacon-Stuffed Shrimp Burgers. This one comes from my own stash of favorite recipes. I love bacon-wrapped shrimp, and this dish is the next best thing. You tuck crispy bacon bits inside a ground shrimp burger, then pan-fry the burger and serve it on a crispy bun.

Baked Chicken Nuggets With Warm Potato Salad. When I’m craving a picnic — even an indoor picnic — I turn to this dish. The chicken nuggets are a fine alternative to fried, but what I keep coming back to is the tahini-dressed potato salad. Whisk together the olive oil, tahini, lemon juice and pepper and then stir in a bit of chopped parsley and toss that with the warm potatoes until coated. Add a sprinkle of scallions if you like. So simple. So good.

Beef and Broccoli Stir-Fry. The combination of beef and broccoli is a longtime favorite of mine, and this version nails it. The addition of the scallions, ginger and garlic right at the end gives it a bright burst of flavor. I adapted it from Eating Well, which does a great job of taking favorite dishes and making them just a bit healthier without sacrificing flavor. It’s not always easy, but this is a great example of that effort.

Coconut Rice With Salmon and Cilantro Sauce. Our team is a hotbed of recipe sharing, as you can imagine. When I first started, Olga Massov handed me “The Kitchen Shelf” by Rosie Reynolds and Eve O’Sullivan, with a sticky note on this recipe. It is a dish she makes again and again. I found out why when I tasted the salmon served over the creamy rice made with coconut milk and topped with spicy-sweet cilantro sauce whirred in a food processor.

Instant Pot Beef Stew. For this stew, I pretended I was on one of those timed cooking shows and worked hard to bring it to the table in 45 minutes. To do that, I relied on baby carrots and potatoes, frozen pearl onions and pre-cut beef and, of course, my trusty Instant Pot. I made it under the wire, and it truly does taste like it has simmered on the stove for hours.

Mosca’s Chicken a la Grande. Garlic lovers unite around this one-skillet, big-flavored chicken recipe from Mary Jo Mosca of Mosca’s Restaurant on U.S. 90 in a little town outside New Orleans. There, the dish is served family-style. I like to move the chicken to a platter, tent it to keep it warm and then blister some green beans in the garlicky skillet to go with the chicken.

Pork Chops and Cabbage With Mustard Cream Sauce. I’ll admit that I was surprised by the popularity of this recipe with readers. I loved it, but I didn’t expect the kudos received for this dish from Urvashi Pitre’s “Easy Keto in 30 Minutes.” The dish calls to mind German food, with the mustard cutting the richness of the cream with a little tang. Great for a chilly night.

Shrimp Étouffée. This was one of the first dishes I made once I settled in Washington. I like to fill a new home with familiar scents from the kitchen as a way of christening my new surroundings. Everyone interprets étouffée their own way, but this recipe is a quick and easy way to dip your toe into the Cajun canon. In January, I wrote: “As the new Dinner in Minutes columnist, I know I must earn your trust. I hope this étouffée gets us off on the right forkful.” I hope it did.

Souvlaki-Style Chicken With Tangy Yogurt Dip. I love to create platters for dinner. It makes a meal feel more festive – all those flavors and textures. I learned to make this tzatziki, a dill-flavored yogurt dip, from Ginny Zissis, director of the New Orleans annual Greek Festival. It’s great anytime, but I love it served with oregano and lemon-flavored chicken skewers, fresh tomatoes and onions and warm pita. It’s a light meal that’s fun to eat together.

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Favorite January Recipes

In order to put this list of our delicious, favorite January recipes together, we looked through what recipes our readers enjoy most during this chilly time of year. We noticed that there was a big emphasis on time-saving recipes, like casseroles! Readers’ favorite recipes for January seemed to be ones that allowed them to make the most out of their short days. We also found a great amount of love for hearty dishes like casseroles and pastas. There were some surprises that we found, too. While these recipes for January tend to center around savory tastes, there are some great spicy, sweet and tangy recipes here as well that we felt we had to include. With all of these January recipes to try out, you’ll have something new and fun to explore in the kitchen every day of the month.

1. Braised Tomato Spareribs

Our first recipe for January is our Braised Tomato Spareribs. Not only does using the slow cooker mean that this recipe is super easy to make, but it also means that your family is guaranteed fall-off-the-bone tenderness every time!

2. Easy Chicken Parmesan

Chicken Parmesan is a taste everyone can get behind, but sometimes it can be a lot of work for a weeknight. That’s why we included our Easy Chicken Parmesan recipe. Now you can whip up a classic without missing out on that valuable time to catch up with the kids.

3. PHILADELPHIA Mini Cheesecakes

Check out our PHILADELPHIA Mini Cheesecakes for a fun weekend baking project for the family. Everyone looks especially forward to topping these miniature cheesecakes and personalizing them.

4. VELVEETA® Ultimate Macaroni & Cheese

Nothing says comfort food quite like VELVEETA® Ultimate Macaroni & Cheese. This recipe is chock-full of cheesy goodness and super simple to make.

5. STOVE TOP Easy Chicken Bake

Our STOVE TOP Easy Chicken Bake is a rich and savory dish that will warm up even the coldest of evenings. Plus it only takes 10 minutes of prep time and a half an hour in the oven!

6. Slow-Cooker Loaded Baked Potato Soup

What could be more satisfying than a piping-hot baked potato? Try making our Slow-Cooker Loaded Baked Potato Soup and discover that next-level potato experience for yourself.

7. Easy Italian Baked Pasta

Take the guesswork out of planning your meals with Easy Italian Baked Pasta. Everyone loves the rich sauce and cheese combination so much, you may just miss out on leftovers.

8. VELVEETA® Spicy Sausage Dip

Get ready for game day with a batch of our VELVEETA® Spicy Sausage Dip. This crowd pleaser is the perfect companion for when you're cheering on your team.

9. Chocolate-Covered Cookie Cookie Cake

Our Chocolate-Covered Cookie Cake is almost as fun to make as it is to eat. The kids will love getting to mash up chocolate sandwich cookies and the reward of a great looking dessert.

10. VELVEETA® Ultimate Nachos

Grab some south-of-the-border flavor with our VELVEETA® Ultimate Nachos. These nachos are a great January recipe to warm up your day with a little spice.

11. TATER TOTS® Casserole Recipe

Beef, TATER TOTS® and mixed vegetables come together in the tastiest way possible for our TATER TOTS® Casserole Recipe. The crispy bites of potato topping this casserole are scrumptious.

12. PHILADELPHIA Fruit Pizza

Our PHILADELPHIA Fruit Pizza is one of our favorite recipes for January. This sweet dessert is colorful enough to light up any room.

13. Seven Layer Salad

The potluck classic Seven Layer Salad is a cinch to make. The prep time is only fifteen minutes, but the smiles will go on all day long.

14. Chicken Tacos

You simply can’t go wrong with a classic taco recipe, and our Chicken Tacos recipe is just that. Taco night never tasted so great!

15. Buffalo Chicken Dip

Take your dip game from ordinary to extraordinary with this spicy recipe for January. Buffalo Chicken Dip brings out a familiar taste in a whole new way.

16. Classic Cheese Lasagna

The delightful layers of sauce, cheese and noodles are not to be missed in our Classic Cheese Lasagna. This melty dish is great any night of the week.

17. Graham Cracker Éclair “Cake”

Next time you entertain, try out our Graham Cracker Éclair “Cake” recipe. This delectably airy dish is deceptively simple to make

18. Ranch Chicken

Get ready to make some room on the table for our Ranch Chicken. This is a great recipe to teach young, aspiring chefs because of the short list of ingredients and the big taste with which they will be rewarded.

19. Easy Chicken Enchiladas

Our list of favorite January recipes would not be complete without Easy Chicken Enchiladas. Everyone loves cutting into the tortillas to get at the great Southwestern taste inside.

20. Classic Sweet BBQ Chicken Wings

Classic Sweet BBQ Chicken Wings are always a crowd-pleaser. This simple recipe requires only two ingredients and ten minutes to prep, so you don’t have to fuss.

21. Crab Rangoon

A take-out favorite, Crab Rangoon is easy to make at home with this recipe. It’s the perfect recipe for January because it will be a welcome surprise.

22. Easy Baked Manicotti

Manicotti can look pretty daunting, but we make it simple with a step-by-step video included with our Easy Baked Manicotti recipe. You’ll be surprised at just how easy it can be!

23. STOVE TOP Stuffed Chicken Rolls

Change up your chicken routine with STOVE TOP Stuffed Chicken Rolls. This attractive dish bakes up tender and juicy and will shake up your table in a great way.

24. CATALINA-Cranberry Chicken

Another great chicken dish to try out is our zesty and sweet CATALINA-Cranberry Chicken. You may be surprised at how much taste you can get out of only four ingredients.

25. Broccoli-Cheddar Quiche

Start off your weekend on the right foot with this Broccoli-Cheddar Quiche. This easy recipe is a favorite for brunch because you can pop it in the oven and spend your time where it really matters: with your family.

26. Mexican Beef & Rice Casserole

You can serve up to eight with only a pound of ground beef using our Mexican Beef & Rice Casserole recipe. This recipe takes that great Mexican taste and turns it into a hearty casserole.

27. Baking Powder Biscuits

These Baking Powder Biscuits go great with any meal. Serve them at breakfast with gravy or at nighttime alongside your main course.

28. Easy Swedish Meatballs

Our Easy Swedish Meatballs are served up with a savory gravy that always pleases everyone around the table. They won’t believe how simple the recipe really is.

29. Toad-in-the-Hole Bake

A traditional English breakfast is transformed into a casserole for our Toad-in-the-Hole Bake. Topped with cheese and bacon, this recipe will quickly become a weekend favorite.

30. Stuffed Jalapeño Peppers

These Stuffed Jalapeño Peppers are a sports bar-worthy starter. And our helpful video takes the guesswork out of making these crispy, spicy peppers.

31. Fettucine Alfredo

Our final recipe for January is a classic Fettucine Alfredo. This highly adaptable pasta dish complements a number of other foods, so feel free to use your imagination!

With all of these great time-saving recipes for January, you’ll be able to keep things surprising while still enjoying as much time with your loved ones as possible! Be sure to keep that trend rolling next month when we’ll share our Top 28 February Recipes.


7 Brides for 7 Brothers

I’ve literally lost count of how many times I’ve seen this movie. The fact that through all the trials and tribulation, Milly and Adam’s love still stands, is amazing. What’s even more amazing, is that it was a

bowl of stew that cemented the fact that Adam wanted to marry her. Milly wasn’t a pushover, and she challenged Adam at every turn. It’s a fantastic movies with plenty of music, dancing, and delicious viddles.

Something tells me that Millie’s stew might just be akin to our Hearty Beef Stew. No doubt Adam, and all the Pontipee brothers would climb over the table to get a bowl.



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    The question is interesting, I too will take part in discussion. I know, that together we can come to a right answer.

  4. Eman

    I give someone CGI character)))))

  5. Steve

    I would like to talk to you, to me is what to tell.

  6. Doutaxe

    the complete tastelessness



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