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10 Ways to Cook Turkey | Recipe Round-Up

Thanksgiving can be a pretty daunting cooking day for most, but here in Mollie’s Kitchen, we round up some of the best and easy-to-follow recipes to prepare all things Turkey to help make your holiday less stressful.

1. Turkey Pot Pie Soup

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Whether you are using leftover turkey or preparing this as a dish for Thanksgiving, this Turkey Pot Pie Soup recipe from Foodie Crush will be a surefire hit, especially for sweater weather. Continue reading

All About Romanesco

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If you’re anything like us, at one point or another you’ve wondered through the market and seen a strange hybrid between cauliflower and broccoli and asked yourself – what is that?

That is Romanesco, also known as Roman Cauliflower, Romanesque, Broccolo Romanesco and Romanesco broccoli. This chartreuse vegetable is actually an edible flower bud originally from Continue reading

7 Peachy Treats you should Definitely Make before Summer Ends

Summer is ending and so is the bounty of peaches. Before they’re gone for good, try these yummy peachy treats. We promise you won’t regret it!

Fresh Peach Sorbet

Fresh Peach Sorbet

No ice cream maker – no worries! With just 4 ingredients, you can make this delicious sorbet. See recipe here.

Peach Pecan Crisp

Peach Pecan Crisp

“Juicy peaches and toasted streusel come together to make one simple summery fruit crisp!” See recipe here. Continue reading

Cooking with Local Bloggers: Hatch Chile Edition!

Every year, we invite some of our favorite local bloggers to try our famous New Mexican Hatch Chiles. Here are a few of their recipes for you to try!

Stuffed Hatch Chilies with Scrambled Eggs & Bacon-Veggie Hash

Stuffed Hatch Chilies with Scrambled Eggs & Bacon-Veggie Hash
Try this hearty entree for your next Sunday brunch. See recipe here.

Corn Muffins with Hatch Chiles

Corn Muffins with Hatch Chiles

Create the perfect dinner muffin with Hatch Chiles and fresh corn kernels. See recipe here. Continue reading

Why is Using Bones in Your Soup Important?

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When we were kids and my grandmother was making soup, she would take meat or chicken bones and boil them for hours with favorite vegetables.  The house smelled great on those Friday afternoons when Grandma was brewing her chicken soup for our Friday night dinners with family.  No one even thought of getting a box of manufactured broth from the store, well, couldn’t, in fact.

Whenever someone was sick in our family, chicken soup was the cure.  Tradition tells us that bone broth is nourishing.  According to Sally Fallon Morell, the author of “Nourishing Broth”, broth can give our bones strength and flexibility, our joints cushion and resilience, and our skin a more youthful appearance.  But there has been stories of better health as well. Continue reading

Candied Bacon

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Surprise Dad with some homemade Bacon Candy for Father’s Day! We’ve been seeing Candied Bacon literally everywhere! It’s all the rage! One of our employees stumbled across this Bourbon Candied Bacon recipe by The Proof that she really likes and just had to share with the rest of the world. It seriously looks AMAZING. You can serve it at brunch with some waffle and eggs, or if you’re feeling like living dangerously, we’d even eat it on it’s own. Continue reading

Vegan Banana Nut Muffins

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Don’t know what to do with your overripe bananas? Well wait a minute, don’t toss them! They’re the best kind of bananas for baking banana nut muffins. These are so simple, you might even be able to bake some in the morning before work!

Ingredients
Makes 1 dozen muffins

3 ½ extra ripe bananas
¼ cup Earth Balance vegetable margarine
1 cup organic cane sugar
½ cup soy or almond milk
2 cups all-purpose flour
¾ teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 cup chopped walnuts

Directions
25 minutes

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Caesar Salad with BroccoGreens

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A Caesar Salad with a “Super Bowl” of Greens! We seriously love BroccoBabe’s broccoli leaves for their great nutritional value. If you’re looking for a healthy new leafy green, look no further, broccoli leaves are great. This is a great option if you’re throwing a Super Bowl party and want to have some healthier side dishes. You can also grill some chicken to go with this salad and make it a meal!

Ingredients:
1/2 cup of cold pressed olive oil
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
2 lemons, juiced
3/4 cup Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese, shaved
1/4 teaspoon dry mustard
2 garlic cloves, minced
1 can of anchovies (optional)
1 (16 oz) bag of BroccoBabe’s BroccoGreens
1 cup arugula
1 cup croutons
fresh ground black pepper Continue reading