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Let’s face it, when it comes to meatloaf this comfort classic gets a bad rap. Visions of Grandma’s over-baked, under-seasoned, cement brick evokes dinner depression, but it doesn’t have to be this way. What if meatloaf got its sexy back?  It can with a little help from bacon. I didn’t eat meatloaf much growing up—my…

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It’s the last of the delicious leftover turkey & sides, and their time is growing finite. What can you make with them that could ever be as good as Thursday’s meal (sad sigh)? We will take our lonely Tupperware containers from the fridge, to honor them one last time in a Parmesan-Crusted Thanksgiving Panini!  This is no…

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…this weekend for a wonderful holiday spent with family & close friends! In fact, I got the chance to make & enjoy Turkey Day twice this week, score! One 19 pound bird & a second large turkey breast later, and I’m currently in post-holiday-coma bliss. Growing up, Thanksgiving was the cooking extravaganza of the year and…

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…you can arrange almost any combination. Tonight though, I have several savory ingredients in mind. I make grilled paninis consistently & love a good sandwich, but I wanted to change it up with a lighter, whole wheat wrap featuring mesquite-roasted turkey breast. We’re gonna throw in some fresh baby spinach to get our green going,…

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I may not be Italian or at a wedding, but I am plesantly full. Luckily due to a delicious pot of simmering soup I made this afternoon. As the windy storm graced us full speed, I jumped to bust-out my soup pot. Sundays are my favorite for cooking something, which may be too involved for…

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