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Guest Recipe: Cheezy Broccoli Rice Casserole by Bianca

When I saw that Bianca’s new book, Cookin’ Crunk: Eatin’ Vegan in the Dirty South, had come out I knew it would be filled with casserole dishes I grew up loving. My favorite dish of all time, which was required by my grandmother to make at every holiday, was Broccoli, Rice and Cheese Casserole. Looking back at the ingredients it was a pretty unhealthy dish; white rice, cream of mushroom soup, frozen broccoli and a tube of Velveeta cheese. Is that even real cheese?… Read more
Posted on 11/28/2012 | 5 Comments

Cooking Tool of the Month Series – 2012

Each month in 2012 we featured a special cooking tool on the blog and showed you how to use it with delicious recipes that show off the tool. Below you’ll find all the posts for each month. Big thank you to everyone that contributed to this series! It was really fun and I think everyone learned a lot about cooking and new tools to add to their kitchen. I hope you’ve enjoyed this series! We’d love to hear from you so don’t be shy and leave comments on the recipes you love and the cooking tools you’ve enjoyed!… Read more
Posted on 11/27/2012 | 5 Comments

The Most Delicious Thanksgiving Side Dish – Sweet Potato Casserole

November Cooking Tool of the Month – Casserole Dish I present to you my most favorite thing to make for the holidays: Sweet Potato Casserole with Maple Pecan Topping. Or maybe it should be called “yam” casserole? Either way you are going to love this dish! The filling is graced with orange zest, cinnamon and maple. When it’s in the oven the whole house smells like the holidays. For the topping we skip the marshmallows and opt for a healthier alternative of chopped pecans, shredded coconut flakes and maple syrup.… Read more
Posted on 11/19/2012 | 5 Comments

Gluten-free Tetrazzini Casserole

November Cooking Tool of the Month – Casserole Dish  One of my favorite dishes growing up was Tetrazzini. I asked my Italian friend if this was an Italian dish because it sure sounds like it. She said maybe it’s more of an Italian American type dish. She couldn’t recall ever having a casserole like that but Giada de Laurentiis made one on her Everyday Italian show so there you have it. The traditional one is laden with butter and heavy whipping cream coupled with chicken, pasta and parmesan with a sprinkle of green peas and parsley.… Read more
Posted on 11/14/2012 | 7 Comments

Guest Post: Butternut & Wild Mushroom Lasagna with Pecan Parmesan

November Cooking Tool of the Month – Casserole Dish Anyone that reads food blogs and is vegan (or not vegan for that matter!) has run across Keepin’ It Kind. The photos are gorgeous, recipes are creative, and Kristy’s sweet and bubbly personality shines through. Her blog is definitely one of my favorites so I’m thrilled to share with you a guest post for our November Cooking Tool of the Month feature. Lasagna takes some time to prepare but like Amanda said in our last post, casseroles mean leftovers so it’s worth it to spend a little extra time preparing.… Read more
Posted on 11/12/2012 | 21 Comments

Guest Post: Gluten-Free Pumpkin Maple Cornbread Baked Bean Casserole

Cooking Tool of the Month – Casserole Dish I’ve been a big fan of Amanda’s blog Pickles & Honey for a while, so I was ecstatic when she agreed to do a guest post for casserole month. Coming from the south I love me some baked beans. I ate them out of a can as a kid on the regular. But now that I’m all grown up and eating healthy making them from scratch is where it’s at! If you love cornbread and baked beans as much as me you are going to flip for this Gluten-Free Pumpkin Maple Cornbread Baked Bean Casserole!   … Read more
Posted on 11/09/2012 | 13 Comments