Skillet Cornbread

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  There are many ways to make cornbread, but the classic method – at least, in the South – involves a cast-iron skillet. Unlike sweet and cakey Northern versions that are baked in a square pan and are sometimes better … Read More

Chinese Chicken and Bok Choy Soup

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Hands down, the quickest and easiest leftover makeover is soup. Just chop up leftover cooked protein, combine it with broth and chopped vegetables, and voila: dinner is served! This recipe reminds me of my mom's hearty chicken soup, filled with … Read More

Asian Beef Zoodle Soup

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This Whole30 take on Vietnamese pho subs in zucchini noodles for the classic rice noodles but features the same flavorful ginger-garlic beef broth and toppings – Thai basil, cilantro, sliced green onion, jalapeno, and lime wedges – so you can … Read More

Caramelized Coconut Chips

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Thursday nights in the Joulwan household, circa the 1980s, were "popcorn night." In sixth grade, I wrote an ode to popcorn, such was my devotion to the salty snack. Even though it's not on the paleo-approved menu, I still think … Read More

Italian Sausage and Eggplant Strata

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  It's said that good things come to those who wait, and this dish may test your patience. Constructed with layers of tender eggplant, spicy homemade sausage, and silky tomato sauce, this casserole tastes best eaten a few days after … Read More

Rogan Josh

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  Rogan Josh is a curry dish from Kashmir, a region tucked among the borders of Indian, Pakistan, and China, all of which can be tasted in its fragrant blend of spices. I'd never eaten Rogan Josh before I bought … Read More

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