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Mother Rimmy
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healthy cooking, healthy living
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Warm up this winter with this quick to the table satisfying taco soup with beef and black beans. Don't forget to add your favorite toppings! (Sponsored by Winking Girl) #sponsored

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Want to clean up your diet after the holidays? Try one of these top 20 healthy recipes of 2016! http://motherrimmy.com/mother-rimmys-top-20-healthy-recipes-of-2016/

#healthyeats #healthyrecipes #food #health
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Got a sweet tooth? +Fearless Dining has some treats for you!
It is very obvious that my blog readers have a sweet tooth. 9 out of the 10 most popular recipes are sweets!!

Fearless Dining's Top 10 Most Popular Recipes of 2016

http://www.fearlessdining.com/fearless-dinings-top-10-recipes-2016/
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Here's a good start to the new year from +David Crowley
Tastiest Healthy Meals for 2017 Eating healthy should be something we enjoy! Much easier to do with a lot of tasty recipes to choose from, so we have rounded up over 30 of the tastiest recipes you can eat that also support your healthy eating goals. Includes vegetarian, seafood, chicken and lean meat options. With contributions from many talented food bloggers. #healthyeating #recipes

http://cookingchatfood.com/tastiest-healthy-recipes-2017/

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Chunks of creamy potato with tender slices of mushroom turn this hearty leek and potato chowder into a warming winter meal. (Sponsored by Swiss Villa Farms)

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Looking for a super easy holiday salad? This holiday salad with fresh pomegranate and greens is super delicious when you add mandarin oranges, crunchy pecans, and crumbles of creamy blue cheese. http://motherrimmy.com/holiday-salad-recipe-pomegranate-pecans-blue-cheese/

#holidayrecipes #salad
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Delicous looking light meal!

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Completely sweet.

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I wish a bowl of Chef's Cioppino would magically appear on my holiday table!
I'm getting ready for Christmas Eve with the Feast of the Seven Fishes and although my San Francisco Style Cioppino only has five fishes, it's a delicious dish that's perfect for the holidays or any occasion.

Click on the link for the printable copy of my recipe http://www.askchefdennis.com/san-franciscan-cioppino-recipe/

Ingredients
4 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
1 large fennel bulb thinly sliced (core removed)
1 large sweet onion chopped
3 large shallots chopped
4 cloves large garlic sliced
2 teaspoons sea salt
4 ounces tomato paste
26 ounce can of whole plum tomatoes crushed by hand
2 cups dry white or red wine
2 cups chicken stock
1 dozen small clams scrubbed
1 dozen mussels scrubbed
9 16-20 count shrimp peeled and deveined
9 large sea scallops
3 crabs, dungeness preferred (snow crab, blue claw, or Stone Crab Claws)
1/2 pound of firm fish cut into 3 pieces optional
1 bay leaf
1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes more if you like it spicy

Instructions
Heat two tablespoons of olive oil in a large sauteuse (deep skillet) over medium heat.
Add the fennel, onion, shallots, and salt and saute until the onion becomes translucent, about 5-7 minutes.
Add the garlic and crushed red pepper and continue to saute for 2 minutes.
Add tomato paste, plum tomatoes and all juices, wine, chicken stock, and bay leaf.
Bring to a light boil, then reduce the heat to simmer and allow to cook for one hour. Stir occasionally
While sauce is simmering in another saute pan add 2 tablespoons olive oil and sear shrimp, scallops (and fish pieces if used) on both sides, but do not cook fully.
Remove seafood from pan and place on plate for use later. If you did use the fish pieces you can add them to the sauce now. (do not add the shrimp or scallops at this time)
In the same pan add a little more oil, clams and mussels. Cover and steam them until they open. (if any of the mussels or clams are open before cooking discard them, they're dead and aren't safe for consumption)
At about the 45 minute mark of the simmering the sauce, add in the crabs, and the mussels and clams with all the pan juices. Continue to simmer.
If you are serving your Choppino over pasta you may begin getting the water ready at this time.
After one hour and your pasta cooking in the last five minutes of cooking, add in the shrimp and scallops.
Taste the sauce and re-season as needed.
Serve over pasta and enjoy with a loaf of crusty bread!

#askchefdennis #recipeoftheday #seafood #Christmas
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Thank you Swiss Villa for sharing your amazing farm fresh cheeses! Perfect timing for a holiday cheese platter! http://swissvillallc.com/ #sponsored
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