Monthly Archive: January 2012

Turkey Breakfast Sausage

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 A little sauteed apple and onion with just the right blend of herbs combined with lean ground turkey breast is all it takes. Well that and just a little bit of time to make the meat mixture into 24 patties and cook them up. These really are the best tasting turkey breakfast sausages I have …

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The Best Homemade Turkey Breakfast Sausage / A Happy Hike & Anniversary!

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A long time ago I dabbled at making homemade turkey breakfast sausages and I don’t know why I stopped doing it. For the past week I have been thinking about making them again and finally on Saturday morning I did just that. These really are the best tasting turkey breakfast sausages I have ever had! Katy said …

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Chicken Cutlets with Mustard Tarrgon Cream Sauce

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 Although this looks like a fattening cream sauce it is really “light.” Mix together a little chicken broth or stock, a generous dollop of Dijon mustard, dried tarragon and a splash of 2% milk. Let it reduce for a minute and whisk in a tiny bit of cornstarch to thicken and smooth out the sauce. …

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Chicken Cutlets with Mustard Tarragon Cream Sauce & My Favorite Foody iPhone Apps

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We eat a lot of boneless, skinless chicken breasts – it is versatile and a protein source that the entire family enjoys. I have not been in the mood to cook this week so I am looking for quick and easy dishes that are still big on flavor. This recipe satisfied all of my requirements and got …

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Quick Tomato-Stewed Zucchini with Basil and Garlic

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Quick Tomato-Stewed Zucchini with Basil and Garlic 2 tsp olive oil or sub water or vegetable broth 2 garlic cloves, finely chopped 1 can (14.5 ounces) diced tomato 1 lb zucchini thinly sliced 1/2 tsp dried basil salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste 1. Place oil and garlic in a medium size skillet …

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