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High Country Baking: Oat scone

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High Country Baking: Oat scone

s These wholesome, whole-grain scones flavored with raisins and cinnamon make the morning special. Photo by Vera Dawson / High Country Baking The holidays are over. It’s time for simpler meals, but we still want foods that make coming to the table pleasurable. So I made these oat scones for breakfast. Wholesome, whole-grain goodness, flavored with raisins and cinnamon and boasting a light, tender crumb, they make the morning special. These scones aren’t the type the Brits nibble at afternoon tea. Made without eggs or heavy cream, these aren’t as rich. They’re more like a sweetened biscuit than scones with...

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Oh, do I love my tater

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Oh, do I love my tater

s. Think of me as Samwise Gamgee in Lord of the Rings: "Po-ta-toes! Boil 'em, mash 'em, stick 'em in a stew." Of all the potatoes, I may love the humble, yet great baked potato the most. A perfect baked potato has crispy skin, a soft and fluffy interior, and is the perfect vehicle for the toppings of your choice. Cheddar cheese, green onions, and sour cream? That is one classic baked potato. Going picnic style with pulled pork and BBQ sauce? No problem! Want to feel healthy with broccoli, Greek yogurt, and salsa? You go, girl! The point is,...

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Making Smoked Boneless Leg of Lamb is as easy as seasoning the lamb and smoking to the right internal temperature

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Making Smoked Boneless Leg of Lamb is as easy as seasoning the lamb and smoking to the right internal temperature

And with good quality lamb you’ll find the flavor amazing and tender. [feast_advanced_jump_to] Many of us grew up with some preconceived notions of lamb meat. If you were anything like us, your experience with lamb likely involved some kind of strongly flavored mint sauce to drown the meat in. And that lamb may likely have tasted very gamey and was probably overcooked (which is why it may have benefited from the mint sauce, to mask the flavor). What we have learned is that good lamb is actually quite tender and delicious and rarely has the gamy flavor that we grew...

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Pro Chefs Share The Most Common Mistakes That We, Amateurs, Make (30 Pics)

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Pro Chefs Share The Most Common Mistakes That We, Amateurs, Make (30 Pics)

Eating is loads of fun, but in order to do that, you’ve got to get off the couch and cook (let’s pretend that ordering pizza isn’t an option). The good news is that cooking can be incredibly enjoyable and it will put your creativity and dexterity to the test. The bad news is, watching Gordon Ramsay shout at amateur cooks for the 100th time on YouTube won’t make you a brilliant chef if you don’t hone your skills like a cuisine samurai. Luckily, the internet is full of helpful professionals. These cooks are sharing some of their wisdom with amateurs...

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5-Ingredient Maple Dijon Salmon

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5-Ingredient Maple Dijon Salmon

Maple Mustard Salmon is a healthy dinner recipe, made with 5 ingredients and in only 15 minutes! You’ll love this delicious, easy, one-pan baked salmon. It’s gluten-free and low carb.   If you know me, you know my love for salmon! Not only is it delicious, but it’s such a pretty shade of pink! Well, technically the color is SALMON. So, I guess they call it that for a reason. Haha. Anyway, because it’s healthy (full of Omega 3 fats) and really quick and easy to cook, I make it often. When it’s warm outside, I grill it to use...

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