Toia Reed

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Spicy Shredded Pork

Preheat the oven to 300 degrees F.<p>To begin, just throw the brown sugar, vinegar, olive oil, salt, dried oregano, cumin, chili powder, garlic and some …

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<b>What:</b> Three (3) $1,000 grants to fuel your next #lifepoints adventure (apply for one)<p>Family & Friends - Quality time with your kids or a camping trip …

7 Clean, 5-Ingredient Sauces That Are Perfect Alternatives To Ketchup

Just about everyone loves ketchup. But that doesn't mean you should squeeze the stuff on anything and everything. Seriously, it's in your best interest to branch out, people. Not only is the beloved burger topper loaded with sugar, after a while the flavor becomes plain boring. Plus, shaking things …

Slow-Cooker Corn Chowder Recipe

How to Make It<p>Step 1<p>Cut corn kernels from cobs using a sharp knife. Reserve 1 cup corn kernels. Place remaining corn kernels in a 5- to 6-quart slow …

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Nigel Slater’s linguine with nduja and tomatoes recipe

Bring a deep pan of water to the boil, salt it, then add 250g linguine and cook it for 8 or 9 minutes, until the pasta is tender.

12 Veggie-Heavy Quiches and Frittatas for Brunchy Goodness

Brunch never gets old. No matter how many weekends go by filled with savory prosciutto-laden tarts and Bloody Marys, we’re just left wanting <i>more</i>. Luckily, with summer produce in full swing, this is the perfect opportunity to incorporate all of those fresh veggies, from asparagus to zucchini, into …

Rachel Roddy’s recipe for spaghetti with salt cod, pecorino and basil | A kitchen in Rome

Salt cod is a firmer, fortified and particularly flavourful version of the fish, which begs simply to be whipped into a creamy spaghetti with basil and pecorino<p>“Running water,” says Lina. “That is the secret.” It is an ordinary stall that Lina runs so well with her husband, Enzo, near the former …

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