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Home Living Cooking

Veni, vidi, vici: Classic Caesar salad

Enjoy a classic Caesar salad with a topping of grilled chicken, shrimp or beef — or just by itself for a savory bowl of greens.

Not your grandma’s deviled eggs

These aren't your typical deviled eggs — they pack a surprisingly tasty punch.

No fuss slow-cooker red beans and rice

A perfect meal for a busy day when you've got no time to cook.

Leftover corned beef? This braided Reuben will keep those Irish eyes smiling

If you caught the sale like I did then you’ve got yourself a fridge full of corned beef. Now what to do with it all?

Cure the winter blues with ‘Poor Man’s Potato and Corn Chowder’

Dreary late winter weather got you down? Remedy that with this chowder recipe.

Enjoy gumbo — Louisiana’s multicultural classic treat — in any variation

Gumbo is a simple dish with a complex history. Influenced by the Native Americans, Africans, Caribbean, Spanish and French, its actual origin might be up for debate but the truth is it wouldn’t be gumbo without the influence of each cuisine. 

Last-minute, quick and easy finger-foods for tonight’s big game

Tonight's the big game, but the last thing we want is to spend hours in the kitchen preparing elaborate appetizers, right? Here are two easy recipes that will delight all your favorite football fans.

Chicken and sun-dried tomato pasta: a hearty one pan dinner that makes clean up simple

One-pan meals mean less clean-up time and more free time after dinner — a win-win for the whole family.

Arroz con Pollo, Colombian style

This dish finds its roots in the famous Spanish paella, and different versions of it spread throughout Latin America through the centuries.

Kayleigh’s game day guacamole

There's no better game day snack food than guacamole. Here's how Kayleigh does it.
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