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There is just something so comforting and flavorful about a great Chicken Marsala recipe – rich, deep flavors that can be a feast for the eyes as well.

Marsala sauces utilize Marsala wine, which is a sweet fortified wine from Sicily (other fortified wines are Sherry and Port). If you can, use an actual Sicilian Marsala, but if you can’t find one (or don’t use it often enough), you can find Holland House Cooking Marsala in most grocery stores. Continue Reading

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Is this a fajita? A taco? Is it even considered Mexican food? Who knows? What we do know is that this is fun, easy and freakin’ delicious. It’s a low and slow meal with a quick prep time and a long cooking time (about two hours) – perfect for a lazy Sunday afternoon. Continue Reading

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Sometimes, we crave a good spicy meal with the taste of Asia. This is a great hybrid (meaning a mishmash of cultures) meal that can be made as either a vegetarian meal or with some good old America pork. Chose your tasty poison. Continue Reading

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Actually, it’s Chicken Saltimbocca. This is a recipe that only slightly resembles the inspirational dish from Buca Di Beppo – we’ve tweaked it over the years and it’s become its own thing – its own tasty, can’t get enough-of-it thing. It’s our go-to thing. Continue Reading

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I’m a sucker for carbs. And beef. And rich, creamy sauces. This simple but delish dish combines them all. It is super easy and quick to make on a weeknight but is fancy enough to serve at a casual dinner party. Continue Reading