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  • Rosemary Chicken Tenders and Savory Waffles

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    Chicken and waffles may sound like an odd pairing. Until you try it, that is. The combination of crispy, juicy, salty fried chicken and fluffy, chewy, waffles (with plenty of syrup) is pure magic. The ultimate sweet-and-savory dish, chicken and waffles can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or anytime in between. Born of the soul-food tradition in Harlem, this unassuming combination has seen a bit of a renaissance as of late, with hip kitchens across the country putting their own spin on it. We have our own take, in the form of this recipe for rosemary chicken tenders with savory waffles. But first, a bit of history.

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  • Spicy Grilled Blueberry Chicken

    Blueberry Chipotle Grilled Chicken

    Blueberries and chicken: two great tastes that taste great together! Okay, so that may not be your immediate reaction when you think about this combination. Most of us tend to only think of blueberries in sweet dishes such as pies, muffins, pancakes, and so on. But if you’ve never considered using the subtly sweet, slightly tart flavor of blueberries to complement a savory dish, you are missing out on a whole world of culinary possibilities. Fortunately, this grilled chicken with spicy blueberry glaze is the perfect recipe to set you on the right path.

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  • Blueberry Chipotle Ketchup

    Blueberry Chipotle Ketchup

    Blueberry season is in full swing here in Michigan. Farmers’ markets and roadside stands are overflowing with the little blue superfoods. One of the best things about blueberries is that they are as versatile as they are tasty. Eat a handful straight up or sprinkle them over your morning oatmeal. Bake them into a pie or make blueberry jam if you want to preserve them for the coming months. While it can be tempting to stick exclusively to sweet applications, blueberries can add a unique twist to a variety of savory foods as well. Case in point? This blueberry chipotle ketchup.

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  • Carne Asada Tacos

    Carne Asada Steak Tacos

    Tacos. In the past few years, this simple dish has been elevated from street food to hipster heaven. Everyone seems to have a favorite taqueria, usually some secret little hole-in-the-wall that looks unassuming but is serving up amazing food. With summer grilling season in full swing, now might be the perfect time to become your own favorite taco-slinger by whipping up some carne asada tacos at home. It’s easier than you might think and more delicious than you could imagine.

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  • Vegetable Salad with Orange Champagne Vinaigrette Dressing

    Salad with Orange Champagne Vinaigrette Dressing

    It has been a beautiful start to summer here in Michigan. The sun has been shining brightly, and white fluffy clouds fill the blue skies. As the temperatures outside have risen, many of us have started looking for ways to eat fresh, healthy foods without turning on the oven and increasing the temperatures inside our homes. We’re here to save the day with our Vegetable Salad with Orange Champagne Dressing. It’s light, easy to prepare, and is the perfect way to get your vegetables in while beating the heat.

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  • Easy Caprese Salad

    Easy Caprese Salad

    Everyone is striving to eat healthier these days, and one great way to do that is to focus on seasonally-fresh ingredients. For many people, this might conjure up images of spending hours working over a hot stove or eating food that is good for you but lacks in the flavor department. Enter Caprese salad. Known as Insalata Caprese in its native Italy, this perfect summer dish may sound extravagant and fussy, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. Grab some ripe tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, and basil, and you’ll have almost everything you need. A drizzle of olive oil, and perhaps a splash of Balsamic vinegar adds a sophisticated finish to this simple salad.

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  • Perfect Porcini Mushroom Burgers

    Porcini Mushroom Burgers

    Summer is nearly here, and for cooks around the country, the warm weather means one thing: time to fire up those grills! There’s almost a primal instinct that calls us to gather together with friends and family to enjoy a meal cooked over a fire. Just about everything tastes better when kissed by a flame, from steaks to vegetables to even pizza. But for us, it’s hard to beat the simple perfection of the hamburger, a tried-and-true American classic if ever there was one.

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  • Roasted Bok Choy With Citrus And Garlic

    Roasted Bok Choy

    With spring now in full effect, things are looking a little livelier here in Michigan. Leaves are reappearing on trees, the grass is growing, and flowers are blooming. The world is suddenly a whole lot greener. This has us thinking about ways to add some green to our plates as well. One of our favorite green vegetables is also one that, until recent years, has often been overlooked in the United States. Bok choy is the hidden gem of the produce section. This petit green superfood packs a powerful nutritional punch and is the perfect companion to any number of dishes.

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  • Roobios Tea Ice Cream

    Roobios Tea Ice Cream

    I scream, you scream, we all scream for... rooibos? It may not be summer quite yet, but the temperature is slowly starting to rise, and there’s no better way to stay cool than with a delicious cold concoction. What if we told you it was easy to make an ice cream that’s unlike anything you’ve ever tasted, right in the comfort of your own home? Flavored with South African rooibos tea, this frozen treat will become your favorite way to beat the heat.

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  • Saffron Couscous with Roasted Almonds

    Saffron Couscous

    Couscous is a relatively new addition to Western diets, but it has been a culinary staple in other parts of the world for more than a millennium. Originating in North Africa as early as the 7th century, couscous is made by rolling semolina with flour and just enough water to allow small clumps to form. These tiny balls are cooked until they are light and fluffy, then loaded with vegetables, meat, or any number of other tasty toppings.

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