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Protein Packed

Protein-Packed Breakfast Recipes

March 10, 2018

(Family Features) Whether you’re a casual exerciser, a professional athlete or just looking for a nutritious breakfast, kick off your day with protein-packed recipes. As an expert in the nutritional needs of professional athletes, Megan Chacosky, chef and registered dietitian for the U.S. Ski & Snowboard Team, stresses the importance of protein in any fitness… Read More ›

Savory Soup

Comfort Food Made Quick and Easy

FAMILY FEATURES – A steaming bowl of savory soup is the perfect comfort food when the wind is howling, rain is falling or the temperature is dropping. It’s a time to cozy up and enjoy the warmth of being inside while indulging in some of your favorite flavors. The rich, hearty tastes and textures of… Read More ›

Range Cafe Las Vegas, NM

The Range Café at the Plaza

Ordinary food done extraordinarily well From the website: The original Range Café was started in 1992 by Tom Fenton and Matt DiGregory in Bernalillo, N.M., in a funky, 56-seat former gas station. In 1995 the original building was destroyed by a devastating fire. In 1996 the Range Café opened in its current location and has… Read More ›

Pumpkin Quesadilla

Game day recipes that pack a punch

(NewsUSA) 1. Blazin’ Buffalo Potato Skins It’s the big-game weekend and you’re hosting. You want something bold, flavorful, and better for you. Get recipe here. 2. Nutty Tapenade Dips are an easy way to feed the crowd. Here’s a lighter option that is just as creamy and rich as ever. Get recipe here. 3. Spicy… Read More ›

Stonefield Sheep

Guest Post

Pressure cooking saves time and tenderizes by S.K. Ammerman Pressure cooking will never replace roasting, but it definitely has its uses. I cooked a 5.85 pound whole chicken in the Instant Pot in two 15-minute ‘poultry’ sessions. If I’d been more ambitious I’d have added vegetables and continued on the ‘slow cook’ option. Two-thirds cup… Read More ›

Goodies

Before and after, with recipes

Here sit my good intentions. In most years, by the first week in December, all of my baking and candy making has been done, wrapped and ready for delivery. Not this year. I kept thinking tomorrow, I’ll get to it tomorrow. Well, tomorrow is here, and I have the ingredients. Time to get to work…. Read More ›

Fruit Bread

Gifts from home for the holidays

  (NewsUSA) – If it’s truly better to give than to receive, why not give more than gifts from the store this holiday season? Home-baked treats are the perfect way to warm a heart and satisfy a sweet tooth for the people on your “nice” list. “Take a break from the hustle and bustle of… Read More ›

Tasty root veggies with chicken

Rooting for Potatoes

The Spud Makes A Comeback (NewsUSA) – Forget low-carb diets and Atkins; those sweet, succulent spuds are once again finding their place among meat and vegetables at the dinner table. To celebrate its return to center stage, Kita Roberta of Girl Carnivore is recognizing the health benefits of a plant-based diet, while still including your… Read More ›

The Skillet - Las Vegas, NM

The Skillet: Fast-casual dining

For foodies on the go Fans of The Skillet, get ready to chow down on old favorites and new menu items. The food truck with an attitude and funky decor is now a 90-seat restaurant and bar. The new digs will be open soon in the old wool warehouse on 12th Street. Radical decor and… Read More ›

Baker Amanda Medina

Sheer Gumption and Making it Work

Amanda Medina, baking up a business… It takes unique talent and passion to create something people like to look at that also satisfies a yearning for a delicious treat to cap off special occasions. Amanda Medina of SugarBomb Bake Shoppe nails it every time. Her Facebook reviews are numerous and enthusiastic. She always does an… Read More ›

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