Cooking with Small Appliances

Herbed Salmon with Asparagus
This gourmet one-pot meal is one of my go-to dishes. The flavors are simple and pleasantly satisfying. More »
Sunrise-Sunset Apple Bacon Strata
This works perfectly for brunch or an easy Spring-time supper. Serve with maple syrup in the morning or a green salad at night. What could be easier! More »
Angel Hair Pasta with Tomatoes, Asparagus and Peas
One has only to walk through the supermarkets and look at the products on the shelves to see the impact of dried foods on our lives, say authors of The Food Dehydrator Bible, Jennifer MacKenzie, Jay Nutt, and Don Mercer.Not sure what all you can do with dehydrated food? We can help inspire you with... More »
Barbequed Chinese Chicken Lettuce Wraps
Seeking delicious yet easy Spring-time fare? Ready-to-use Chinese hoisin sauce delivers a deep, round intensity to plain chicken, turning it into something sumptuous. Earthy mushrooms and a scattering of green onions ensure that each forkful is a hit. More »
Kaleidoscope Salad
This wonderfully healthy Spring-time salad kick-starts your senses with its curly, colorful, ever-changing textures, sweet and savory flavors and delectable crunchy topping. More »
Pesto Chicken Couscous in a Mug
Keep a jar of basil pesto in the refrigerator − it will guarantee a multitude of tasty meals in minutes, 24/7. Need proof? Try this delicious couscous and chicken mug - it's ideal for Spring. More »
Grilled Thai Chicken Salad with Spicy Mint Dressing
Grilled chicken salad has long been a favorite dish for ladies who "lunch." It's substantial enough to fill you up but light enough to make you comfortable eating it in front of the girls. The trouble is, most of those salads tend to be boring. Our Thai-inspired version is anything but... More »
Fireside Tomato Soup
There is something so comforting about a bowl of creamy tomato soup, and this buttery, nuanced version is easy to make from scratch. It's perfect for Spring! More »
Baked Ravioli (slow cooker)
When there’s no time to layer lasagna, a bag of ravioli will come close to the real thing. Spend 5 minutes early in the afternoon and you’ll be rewarded with a hearty feast at dinnertime. More »
Pasta and Broccoli Gratin (diabetes-friendly)
A classic with a twist, this cheesy pasta dish is hearty enough for a main course. More »
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