Espresso Balsamic Sticky Ribs

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If you love ribs and think you have tried every variation, this might just be your next favorite culinary adventure. But make sure you plan in advance! These babies need at least a day to marinate but we guarantee you will love the results. What makes them so great? The three part process of marinating, a long, slow roast and the grand finale of a wonderfully delicious espresso balsamic glaze make these ribs an instant (and messy!) favorite! Bring your bibs, bring your baby wipes but most of all, bring your appetite to this feast! YIELD Makes 8 servings ACTIVE TIME 30...
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As we head into summer, it is always good to have a favorite light summer dish as your go-to favorite. For us, our favorite summer dishes generally include some of the delectable summer fruits and vegetables that are in abundance at any farmer's market. This particular salad is a favorite for us primarily because it features 2 of our very favorite things in this world - blue cheese and beets.  Throw in some yummy arugula and blood oranges and you have the perfect recipe for foodie heaven. And of course, you can never go wrong with a Tangerine vinaigrette can...
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Shrubs - for your drinking pleasure!

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More Shrubs for Your Drinking Pleasure & Health Most people, when they hear the word "Shrubs" they think of their garden that needs tending. But shrubs are also delicious syrups known as "drinking vinegars". They are all the rage right now in the food world and lucky for you, they are super easy to make at home! There can never be too much shrub!  Add to your favorite spirit in place of or combined with sparkling water for an amazing cocktail mixer! Check out the 3 easy recipes below! Blueberry Lemon-Thyme Balsamic Sparkling Shrub 2 cups Sicilian Lemon White Balsamic...
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Lemon Chicken using Sicilian Lemon Balsamic Vinegar

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My daughter LOVES herself some lemon chicken every time we order Chinese food. But I personally have a little bit of a problem with Chinese food. Firstly, it is outrageously expensive - at least where we live. And secondly, it is loaded with MSG and sodium. So in an effort to keep us a little healthier, I have learned to make a delicious lemon chicken myself! Healthier, less expensive and the best part? My daughter likes mine better! Win, win, win! Ingredients needed: 4 chicken breasts (or your favorite chicken pieces) - free range if possible salt & black pepper...
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Whether you fall into the brussles sprouts hater's club or the brussles fan club, this recipe is for you. After much initial protesting, this recipe quickly turns brussles haters into converts and the fans just love them even more.Ingredients1 1/2 pounds small, fresh brussles sprouts, dried end trimmed, and cut in half1/2 pound fresh Cremini mushrooms sliced in half1/4 cup Mushroom-Sage olive oil (or olive oil of you choice such as lemon, garlic, UP EVOO, etc.)1 medium shallot thinly sliced2 Tablespoons pomegranate balsamic1 teaspoon saltfresh ground pepper to tasteDirectionsHeat a heavy-duty 12" saute pan, add the olive oil. Add the...
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