Caramelized Banana Yogurt Skillet Cake

Caramelized Banana Skillet Cake

This month’s #reciperedux features treasured cookware – those kitchen tools that have been passed down from a loved one. Growing up with my grandparents, the only skillets in the house were cast iron ones. It’s the only “non stick” option they knew. They used cast iron pans to make everything from candied yams to hoecakes.
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Recipe Redux: Almond White Hot Chocolate

Inspiration can come from the most unlikely places. Earlier this month, I was invited to participate in a Google Glass demo preview. (If you didn’t know, I tend to geek out on new technology.)  At the Glass event, we were greeted with Mexican horchata (pronounced or-CHA-tah). While familiar with the drink, I always thought it
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Honey Cider Greens – A Recipe for Good Fortune in 2014

Growing up in the Carolinas, I always knew what would be on the dinner table come New Year’s Day. Without fail, my Grandma would make collard greens, Hoppin’ John (field peas and rice), cornbread, and meat (usually ham). With a handful of other superstitions, this traditional Southern meal was eaten for luck and good fortune
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Persimmons: Orange Orbs bursting with Sweet and Delicate Flavors

Image: Persimmon Salsa

By Sandra Ruan, Dietetic Intern/ Reviewed by Marisa Moore, RDN Ever ponder on salsa recipes that would spice up your ordinary chicken, beef or fish entrees – something different from that typical tomato based sauce that you probably served last week? Like a tomato, a persimmon is juicy and best-eaten when fully ripened, and are
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Apple Pecan Overnight Oats

Put breakfast on auto pilot with this no-cook, apple pecan overnight oats recipe.  Everybody knows breakfast is the most important meal of the day.  If you’re a skipper… you are missing out.  Don’t have time? This refrigerator oats recipe delivers a wholesome breakfast in just a few minutes. This concept of no- cook oats is
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