At-Home Chef

Our Favorite Copycat Recipes!

February 25, 2020

If you’ve ever had a craving for a Chick-Fil-A sandwich on a Sunday, you know the definition of disappointment. Same goes for the Mac and Cheese at the six-day-a-week restaurant. If you’ve ever started pining for it on the day that they’re closed, you’ve perfected the art of delayed gratification. That’s why we culled our …

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Valentine’s Dinner for Two

February 4, 2020

Whether you stay in for the most romantic day of the year or go out – this is one holiday you don’t want to forget if you have a mate, spouse, partner or significant other! We collected some options for dinner at home and dinner at a four-star eatery, so you have no excuse but …

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Dump-and-Go Soup Weather!

January 28, 2020

Dump-and-go recipes may sound unsophisticated, but many are super tasty and are fast becoming a go-to alternative for busy couples and families who want quick, flavorful nutrition. And even if you’re not crunched for time, these one-pot soup recipes are so easy to make, you’ll find plenty of ways to make good use of the …

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Crowd-Pleasing Breakfast Casseroles!

December 31, 2019

If your out-of-town guests came for Christmas and haven’t left, or you planned to throw a big holiday bash, but now decided instead to invite friends over for a New Year’s brunch – we’ve got you covered with these breakfast casserole recipes for a crowd. Whether it’s the holiday breakfast of champions from Food Network, or …

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Vintage Comfort Food Recipes

November 26, 2019

Get ready for some down-home, vintage, Americana comfort food! These throw-back recipes from all over the country will give you a taste of tried-and-true dishes that some might call old-fashioned and others generational homeruns. From New England Apple Brown Betty, to Two Lucky Spoon’s Old-Fashioned Pot Roast and Vintage Recipe Project’s Salmon Patties, these authentic …

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Preserving Your Fall Produce!

September 24, 2019

Whether you planted your own vegetable garden and harvested your own produce, or made a fruit and veggie killing at the Southlands Farmer’s Market, you’ll want to preserve those seasonal foods for months to come! There are at least two ways to do that – canning and drying — and while one is definitely easier …

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The Peachiest Time of the Year

September 3, 2019

It’s peak peach season in Colorado when the 2,600 acres of orchard land on the Western Slope is ripe with this year’s crop of big, juicy peaches! The Palisade Peach Festival just ended, but you can enjoy the winning recipes from the peachiest cooks and chefs on the Front Range. Here are just a few …

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For Wine Lovers: Tools, Pairings, Recipes!

August 27, 2019

If you’re a lover of wine, you’ll like this fruit-of-the-vine guide to accessories and tools, pairings and recipes! The gadgets make great gifts, the pairings are good go-by examples and the recipes – well, if you love wine, you’ll love these, too!

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Summery Seafood Recipes

August 6, 2019

You only have to watch one summery seafood episode of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives on the Food Network, to wish you had Guy Fieri’s job – traveling the country tasting yummy restaurant food. A recent episode had our mouths watering as we watched Chef Nico Chaize stuff moonfish with crabmeat and drizzle it with watercress …

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Cool, Refreshing, Summer Treats

July 2, 2019

The warmer the weather, the more we like cold desserts, icy treats and cool confections for dessert. Whether you like your sweets creamy or fruity (or both) there’s a recipe here sure to please your palate! If you have a sweet tooth for ice cold desserts when the temps start to soar, read on for …

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