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Get Cooking with Jessica Nicosia: Chocolatey Winter Comfort Food

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Chocolatey Winter Comfort Food (Video Recipe) Easy Chocolate Treats That Will Warm You Up Winter. Xmas. Valentine’s Day. You find a recurring theme here and it’s called chocolate. As addictive as any drug, chocolate is a most pleasurable confection. And with winter in full swing, what’s better than a cup of hot cocoa, Reese’s peanut [...]

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Get Cooking With Jessica Nicosia: French Onion Soup

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French Onion Soup (Video Recipe) A French Onion Soup Recipe that’s Easier than You Think The onion is your friend. Sure, it makes you cry, brings you to tears, but it’s so good for you, especially when used to make French Onion Soup. Basically consisting of onion and beef broth, traditionally served with croutons and [...]

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Sweet Veggies! Just in Time for the Fall, A Great Butternut Squash Soup Recipe

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Butternut Squash and Apple Soup Recipe Great Fall Recipes: Butternut Squash and Apple Soup Oh yes, fall is here and the sweet veggies are everywhere. It’s one of my favorite times of the year for this reason! I love going to the farmer’s market and seeing all the squash, pumpkins, carrots, sweet potatoes, beets etc. [...]

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Get Cooking With Jessica Nicosia: Roasting Your Own Coffee

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How to Roast Your Own Coffee Roasting Coffee is Easier than you Think Ah, that first cup of coffee. Coffee is part of our culture; it’s in our blood. We drink it in the morning, on the way to work, and after dinner, and sometimes in between. Originally discovered in Ethiopia in the 15th century [...]

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Kale vs. Cancer? How Cruciferous Vegetables can Save Your Life

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Kale vs. Cancer? Cruciferous Vegetables and their Healing Properties I love kale and for good reason! Besides having plenty of fiber, folic acid, vitamins and minerals it has also been shown to reduce your risk of cancer. Yes, cancer! Well the same is true for all cruciferous vegetables, like broccoli, cabbage, brussels sprouts, collard greens [...]

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Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About Quinoa and More

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Quinoa: The Super Grain Quinoa is a nutritional powerhouse with ancient origins. Though it’s been around in South America for thousands of years it’s only recently that we’ve rediscovered it in the US. And if you haven’t tried it yet, you’re definitely missing out! Not only is quinoa the most nutritious of all the grains, [...]

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The Dandelion: Ruthless Invader or Superfood?

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The Dandelion: Ruthless Invader or Superfood? For most home gardeners, the dandelion is one of the most frustrating perennial weeds out there. If not the most frustrating, certainly the most ubiquitous. And there’s really no fighting it. The slightest breath of wind can send hundreds of tiny seeds floating several miles from a single flower [...]

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Get Cooking with Jessica Nicosia: Quick and Easy Party Snacks

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Get Cooking with Jessica Nicosia: Quick and Easy Party Snacks Summer means barbeques and parties. Hot dogs and hamburgers aside, what really makes a party are the snacks. It’s easy to go to the store and grab a bag of pretzels and chips, but what makes a party really special are those homemade treats. In [...]

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Get Cooking with Jessica Nicosia: Episode 1, Italian-Style Meatballs

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Get Cooking with Jessica Nicosia: A Video Guide to Making Italian-Style Meatballs The meatball has been around forever, with every culture having its own variation. For example, in Belgium, ballekes are traditionally made of beef, pork, breadcrumbs and sliced onions. Fried meatballs called keftédes, featuring mint leaves are extremely popular in Greece. In Poland, Pulpety [...]

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Linguini and Clam Sauce Recipe: A Traditional Italian Dish

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Cooking seafood can be tricky, especially for those with no experience. Fish cooks much quicker and easier than red meat and poultry, so it’s easy to mess things up if it’s your first time. Luckily, I had help with my first foray into the world of fish. My first seafood experiment was with Linguini and [...]

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