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IRISH ALERT: COLCANNON FOR BREAKFAST

Irish Colcannon is one of those dishes that remind me of my childhood. My dad was always the one who cooked breakfast, and while he didn’t make this dish in this particular way, it always reminds me of him. He was one of those guys up at 5:30am, whistling while …

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NATION BACON DAY – SEVEN RECIPES

“Bacon is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.” Benjamin Franklin December 30th has been declared “National Bacon Day” and in celebration, we’ve selected SEVEN recipes from the Food Nation Radio Kitchen that include BACON.  It’s nice that BACON has its own DAY but in our …

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Bodacious Banana Bread

Bodacious Banana Bread. Don’t throw those soft, ripe bananas away! It IS possible to make banana bread without butter or oil and it came out moist and delicious. I had a couple of ripe bananas sitting around, so I threw this together and crossed my fingers. It’s a keeper. Ingredients …

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Nathalie Dupree’s Two Ingredient Perfect Biscuit Recipe

We, at Food Nation Radio Network hate to admit, we are biscuit-challenged. This week, the diva of southern cooking, Nathalie Dupree, taught us how to make biscuits with two ingredients. That’s right, TWO ingredients. Here’s what she had to say: Nathalie Dupree is the author of ten cookbooks, eight of …

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Decadent Eggs Benedict Made Easy

When I was growing up, I used to order Eggs Benedict for breakfast every time I had the chance. One day, I taught myself how to make it, and since then have tried to continually improve on this classic. This is what it evolved into over the years. I think …

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Crepes are Easier than You Think

I think it is safe to say I have made thousands of crepes. They are so versatile. From Crepes Suzette to Shitake mushrooms and Boursin cheese; there are many options for sweet as well as savory crepes. Here’s a recipe you can mix in five minutes, or so. They only …

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