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gochujang tofu and miso broccoli over rice

gochujang tofu and miso broccoli over rice

ok i will admit, i was out of eggs but wanted a ‘protein’ for my rice bowl. so, enter tofu that had been sitting in the fridge anxiously awaiting its moment in the prime time (aka my… lunch?). inspired by recent events (eric kim’s gochujang caramel cookies – which i have yet to bake but i will soon), i decided to use a gochujang glaze with the tofu. i also low key loooove broccoli, but wanted a little extra flavor on it for this rice bowl, and i just so happened to have purchased some yellow miso. so… we got...

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22 Best and Coolest Vegetables Foods

22 Best and Coolest Vegetables Foods

  1. Elite Gourmet Elite Gourmet Maxi-Matic Electric Food Vegetable Steamer with BPA-Free 3 Tier Stackable, Nested Basket Trays, Auto Shut-off 60-min Timer, 800W, 9.5 Quart, Stainless Steel, (EST4401#) Easy to clean store all bpafree steaming trays and baskets are stainresistant and dishwasher safe All parts can easily nest within each other for compact storage in small spaces Auto shutoff timer convenient timer up can set up to 60 minutes of cook time with an indicator bell With the boildry safety feature the steamer will also auto shutoff when all the water has evaporated Rice steamer bowl includes a 1qt...

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One-Pot Italian Chicken Recipe

One-Pot Italian Chicken Recipe

This one-pot Italian chicken recipe is so easy, comforting, and perfect for a cold night. You need just one pot and a few ingredients, making this an easy chicken dinner recipe you’ll want to keep in regular rotation! I love a good one-pot meal, and this one is my new favorite. Originally, I was going to tweak this recipe further because I was worried it was a bit too soupy. But I changed my mind when my husband scarfed down leftovers at midnight and told me how much he loved the recipe. I knew I had to share it immediately!...

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Curry Chicken, Dave’s Easy Stove-top Method

Curry Chicken, Dave’s Easy Stove-top Method

“Growing your own food is like printing your own money”Ron Finley I just love that Dave enjoys cooking, & that he’s an amazing chef in the kitchen… plus he doesn’t mind helping me with my recipe blog posts. All of Dave’s recipes along with my new ones will be in my NEW Cookbook coming in time for Mothers Day! Keep posted for more info on that. However if you need a great gift for someone, or just want it for yourself, grab a copy of my wonderful cookbook, Lovingly Seasoned Eats & Treats! Click this link to purchase: http://fordragonfliesandme.com/purchase-my-cookbook…/ Now lets...

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85 Hilarious Knock Knock Jokes

85 Hilarious Knock Knock Jokes

When it comes to classic jokes, the knock knock joke is right up there with the best of them. Normally aimed at kids, there are some good knock knock jokes out there for adults also. The basic premise of the joke doesn’t change much, with a person eliciting a call-and-response type scenario that ends with a pun or funny punchline.  It’s believed William Shakespeare may have been the first person to reference a knock knock joke in 1606. The phrase “Knock, knock. Who’s there?” appears in his famous play, Macbeth. Then there is  Bob Dunn who wrote the book Knock...

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