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8 Mushroom Substitutes You Need To Know For Cooking

Written by Luisa Davis on . Posted in food

Mushrooms (and mushroom replacements) are a really controversial ingredient in my house – some people love them, and some people hate them. Some people love these spongey little foods that soak up the sauces and spices they are cooked with, and some people absolutely detest them. There are many reasons why people may look for replacements for mushrooms.

What To Serve With Chicken Cordon Bleu – 11 Sides

Written by Peter Allen on . Posted in food

What is a good chicken cordon bleu side dish? The beautiful combination of chicken, ham, and cheese is such a good one, but what really brings out those flavors? The tenderness of the chicken, the smoothness of the ham, and the milky mozzarella, all wrapped in crispy breadcrumbs, gives you all of the texture that you need, so that isn’t part of the question here.

Takowasa • Raw, hot and tasty

Written by Peter Allen on . Posted in food

Tako wasabi is a true adventure for anyone interested in trying exotic and odd foods. The faint of heart should definitely think twice before slipping this slimy octopus into their mouths! Once you try it, though, I can assure you that you will wonder what you were ever afraid of.

What To Serve With Butternut Squash Soup

Written by Luisa Davis on . Posted in food

Butternut squash soup sides can be a bit difficult to pick out because it is such a unique flavor and texture profile. It is creamy but has a bit of a vegetation undertaste to it. It goes down extremely well but doesn’t really keep you full for all that long. In my house, we eat soup a lot. We will eat it for lunch, dinner, and snacks.

22 Foods That Start With N

Written by Peter Allen on . Posted in food

If you had to ask me to eat only foods that start with my favorite letter of the alphabet, I’d only be able to eat foods that start with N. There are so many different options here, ranging from foods that you might eat every day to foods that you’ve probably never heard of before now.

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