Author Archives: Sarah DiPeppe

Slow Cooker Goulash

If you’re hunkering down for the winter, chances are you’re cooking more at home. Soups, stews, pot roast – it’s high time for comfort food. If you want a stick-to-your-bones recipe that’s perfect for those 30 degrees and below days, make slow cooker goulash. There is a lot of conversation around goulash and how to…

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One-Pot Pasta: Shrimp Alfredo

If you’ve been on Instagram, Pinterest, or flipped through a food magazine over the past year you’ve probably come across a one-pot pasta recipe. These one pan wonders (usually) take under 30 minutes to cook from start to finish, leaving you with a tasty meal and, since it’s all made in one pot, minimal cleanup….

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Slow Cooker Cajun Gumbo

If you’re celebrating Mardi Gras, you have to put this slow cooker cajun gumbo on your Fat Tuesday menu. Not only is gumbo a staple stew of the bayou, it’s also a classic southern comfort food dish you can serve throughout the winter. This recipe is packed with meat, vegetables, and seafood and comes together…

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Wonton Mozzarella Sticks

I’ve never met a mozzarella stick I didn’t like. Whether they’re baked, deep-fried, homemade, or served with an array of other fried goodies – like onion rings and french fries – at a bar or restaurant, they’re all good. If you’ve ever tried making your own mozzarella sticks at home, you may have ended up…

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Gameday Garlic Parmesan Chicken Wings

Whether you’re watching football at home or in a restaurant, chances are chicken wings are on the table. With the big game around the corner, I’m already brainstorming watch party recipes. Some football season favourites like Buffalo chicken dip and chili con carne made the starting lineup, along with these deep-fried garlic parmesan chicken wings. In…

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