Cheesy Refried Beans

Cheesy Refried Beans is a delicious side dish that doubles as an appetizer or even a main meal. It's a must-have in your weeknight or game day lineup.

Cheesy Refried Beans are a favorite side dish or even a party type snack food in our house. Football season just wouldn’t be football season without a batch of this beans warming in our crock pot. Seriously yummy.

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Homemade Refried Beans

Homemade refried beans are healthier for you since the store-bought canned refried beans are usually contain hydrogenated oils and preservatives. The are a great whole food recipe that are also very inexpensive to make.

If you enjoy making and eating Mexican food as much as my family does, then it is definitely worth learning to make refried beans from scratch. Homemade refried beans are healthier for you since the store-bought canned refried beans are usually contain hydrogenated oils and preservatives. The are a great whole food recipe that …

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Mashed Carrots and Turnips

The mashed carrots are sweet while the rutabagas have an earthy flavor and they pair very well together. The added sweetness from the butter and a good sprinkling of salt really makes this dish shine.

Coarsely mashing boiled carrots and rutabaga together with a little butter really highlights ingredients. The two vegetables will not fully incorporate into an orange mash but will instead create a beautiful mosaic in your serving dish. If you caught it, yes, I said rutabaga instead of turnips. In Ireland, the …

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Cranberry Relish

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This sweet yet tart cranberry relish is a simple and delicious addition to any holiday menu. It is also simply the easiest Cranberry Relish recipe on the planet. No muss, no fuss. Cranberry relish is most often eaten on Thanksgiving with turkey and all the trimmings but I enjoy cranberry sauce all …

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Palak Chole – Spinach and Chickpea curry

One of the best things about Palak Chole is that it can be prepared both as a side or main (Vegan or vegetarian) meal. It is also Gluten Free.

I had been craving some Indian food last week and so we drove clear across town to our favorite restaurant to get some. But I would be lying if I didn’t say I wasn’t more than a little disappointed that there was no Vindaloo on the menu that day but a dish they did have in its place was Palak Chole.

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