Vegetarian Jambalaya Stuffed Red Peppers Casserole | #SundaySupper

Jambalaya Stuffed Peppers

Vegetarian jambalaya that can be made in a flash with Zatarain's Jambalaya Mix, and then scooped into red peppers ready for roasting. It's all topped off with cornbread and cheddar cheese.  Do you like knowing the history behind some of our traditions? Me too. Mardi Gras is coming up, and today this celebration is practically synonymous with New Orleans. But its roots are firmly planted in early pagan spring and fertility festivals known as Boeuf Gras (Fatted Calf). Apparently these early ...

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Chickpea Spread and Avocado Toasts

Chickpea Spread for Avocado Toasts

Deliciously healthy chickpea spread with garlic, onions, lemon and mayo for your next batch of avocado toasts. This is officially my new favorite way to lunch. We all know avocado toasts are all the rage. I started making them for lunch 2 - 3 times a week last summer. I'd slice up a half an ...

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Sopa de Fideo Verde

Sopa de Fideo Verde (Green Spaghetti Soup)

You gotta admit, Sopa de Fideo Verde sounds more mysterious than Green Spaghetti Soup. And it tastes wonderful too. I'm doing 2 Secret Recipe posts today, and this one is from the fabulous Leslie at La Cocina de Leslie. For the uninitiated, The Secret Recipe Club is a group of around 130 food ...

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Bang Bang Mac 'n Cheese

Bang Bang Cauliflower Mac ‘n Cheese

I've seen 'bang bang' dishes in my Pinterest stream for awhile, and when I saw that this week's theme for Food Network was mac 'n cheese, I decided to see what all the fuss was about. First of all 'bang bang' dishes are all about the creamy, sweet & spicy sauce, and following the theory that ...

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Welsh Rarebit Crostini

Welsh Rarebit Crostini | #ProgressiveEats

It's said Wales didn't have any rabbits. They'd been hunted into extinction. Others are quoted as saying that the Welsh name was used as a patronizing way to discount things. For example a Welsh pearl was one of poor quality. And Welsh Rabbit (where the Rarebit name stemmed) clearly lacks ...

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