Author Archives: Kristel Poole

Chicken Pot Pie from Everyday Good Thinking by @hamiltonbeach

Chicken Pot Pie

Chicken pot pie is one of those comfort foods that reminds us of family dinners in an era where sitting around the table together was a regular occurrence. Even though our days are now more action-packed, it’s important to make time for these same heart-warming dinners with our families today. This recipe for chicken pot…

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Carrot Cake Cupcakes from Everyday Good Thinking by @hamiltonbeach

Carrot Cake Cupcakes

With Easter right around the corner and daffodils blooming, it’s definitely carrot cake season. Nothing conjures the warmth and excitement of Spring quite like the traditional flavours of carrot cake, but this year, we decided to put a twist on the classic and make cupcakes. Upon further inspection, it seems odd to add healthy vegetables…

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Pimento Cheese Deviled Eggs from Everyday Good Thinking, the official blog by @hamiltonbeach

Pimento Cheese Deviled Eggs

Deviled eggs are an Easter must-have, and they’ll be showing up on every potluck, brunch, shower and cookout table through Labor Day. Classic deviled eggs are a no-fail favorite, but if you’re looking to jazz up the basics this year, we have just the recipe for you. Pimento cheese has been on our minds lately…

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Perfect Southern Pimento Cheese Spread from Everyday Good Thinking by @hamiltonbeach - perfect for sandwiches, snacks, bridal showers, baby showers and quick lunches

Pimento Cheese

This orange spread is ubiquitous in the South, but offer it to someone who’s never been below the Mason-Dixon line and you’re sure to get a little side-eye. Known as “the caviar of the South,” but resembling nothing of the sort in mere appearances, pimento cheese is a mixture of shredded cheddar cheese, mayonnaise, pimento…

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How to Make Charoset for Passover Seder from Everyday Good Thinking by @hamiltonbeach

How to Make Charoset for Passover Seder

Charoset is one of the nine symbolic food elements of the traditional Passover Seder plate. It’s made of fruit and nuts and the texture ranges from that of a thick chutney to a paste. It’s traditionally eaten with matzah crackers and is named after an ancient city in the Hebrew bible. You might also find…

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