Foodiecrush Magazine

Cheesy Chicken and Broccoli Whole Wheat Pasta

by heidi September 23, 2014
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“I like the chicken. And the broccoli is pretty good. But I like the pasta the best.” Music to this mama’s ears, especially given I was delivering whole wheat pasta for dinner. I’m not going to paint a picture that’s all rosy and rah-rah that says my family agrees with […]

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Sirloin Steak Sandwiches with Horseradish Sauce

by heidi September 18, 2014
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It was the tiger sauce topping these beef steak sandwiches that pulled him in and took the rest of us right along with him. Watching cooking shows on weekend mornings is how my husband and I ease into the reality that in a wink of an eye we’ll be smack […]

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Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup

by heidi September 16, 2014
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There are two jobs in particular that I bet are matches made in heaven for imaginative voyeurs. They’re perfect professions for those people who daydream their workday away by living the lives of others, due simply to the clues presented that give a really, really good glimpse into what’s really […]

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How to Roast Chile Peppers

by heidi September 10, 2014
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Whether you like them hot, sweet or somewhere in between, roasting chile peppers takes any variety of peppers to a whole new level. The closest I’ve been able to get my hands on real deal Hatch chiles has been when Whole Foods loads up their inventory. But when my friend […]

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How to Make Hatch Chile Salsa Verde

by heidi September 9, 2014
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Right now. It’s happening. And there’s no better time to take advantage of it—of every single, last, bit(e). There’s truly no better—and easier—time of year to eat seasonal. Fresh fruit is literally falling from the trees and the bounty of the summer harvest is at full throttle, artfully displayed in […]

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