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This season, Jazzy Vegetarian returns with award-winning vegan chef and host Laura Theodore at home, preparing delectable food, including some of her personal favorite recipes

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Produced with support from Earth Fare and Papa Vince, this season focuses on plant-based dishes for easy weeknight suppers, classic weekend menus and festive holiday family fare, including many gluten-free recipes. Season Eight of Jazzy Vegetarian showcases vegan recipes for everyone who is looking to jazz-up mealtimes, by adding more plant-based meals into their weekly menu plan. Season Eight of Jazzy Vegetarian A few highlights of this exciting season include gluten-free main dishes like: Zucchini Fettuccine Alfredo, Spaghetti Squash “Capellini” andRed Pepper Crustless Quiche. Other meal stars include: Black Bean-Zucchini Burritos with Almond Crème Fraîche, Vegan Sukiyaki andJazzy Salad Nicoise.Garam...

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I have named this a Garden harvest cake, as it is full of seasonal ingredients that are available to forage for in the hedgerows or your gardens right now!.

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Apple, blackberries and elderberries with a toasted fig leaf caramel flavoured mascarpone frosting. Adorned with caramelised apple slices, elderberries, and of course a bit or dried foliage for extra wow factor. Fig leaf caramel is my new favourite thing as it has a beautifully nutty flavour that reminds me of toasted coconut, the smell it lets off as you gently toast the leaves fills the air with the most beautiful scent. Fig leaves I picked the fig leaves from my mums garden, they are a wonderful thing to cook with as they have so much flavour to infuse. The small...

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Roasted poblano peppers and crushed tortilla chips create these unique and flavorful Tex-Mex Meatballs in Red Chile Sauce

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A fun twist on meatballs and an unforgettable meal! There was zero conversation and lots of “mmm-yummy” noises happening when I served these Tex-Mex Meatball bowls for dinner. I saw the meatball recipe on Southern Living, tweaked it a bit, and friends, they are crazy-good! I hope I can convince you to give these a try. Whoever you feed will be eternally grateful. Don’t be scared away by the beautiful, complex look of this dish. The meatballs are quite easy to prepare and the sauce is created in nothing flat. I served the saucy meatballs over rice with roasted sweet...

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2019-10-26

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Ok guys. My last Peach Cobbler recipe of the season. (Last but not least). Cast Iron Peach Cobbler is wonderful. Instead of using cinnamon, this delightful cobbler uses almond extract and roasted, salted pecans for flavor and texture. The outcome was terrific. It was certainly one of those desserts I could have drooled over for quite some time. This recipe uses nine ingredients–so it’s not overly difficult. If your mom or Grandma gave you a cast iron skillet in the past, here’s the time to yank it out! I personally love cooking with cast iron. It takes a bit of...

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2019-10-14

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We have been getting so much enthusiastic feedback from our readers about our Marjorie Druker feature on how to make perfect roast chicken that we’ve decided to bring it to you here in a step-by-step format. This roast chicken recipe is quite simple, but employs some very clever techniques that ensure moist meat and crisp, beautifully browned skin. How to Make the Perfect Roast Chicken Recipe in Photos Marjorie comes by her chicken wisdom honestly. She’s the owner of Modern Rotisserie in Newton, Massachusetts, as well as the New England Soup Factory, and she got her start developing recipes for Boston Chicken, which later...

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