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Orzo Arugula Salad
A zesty, peppery orzo arugula salad topped with sweet and tangy cranberries, sun-dried red peppers and a homemade lemon basil vinaigrette. Full recipe on: lifemadesimplebakes.com #salad #arugula #orzo #vinaigrette #burrata #lemon #basil #italian #sidedish
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Copycat KFC Roast Chicken. Tender & juicy using an easy seasoning mix!
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Baked Potato Dinner Board
Baked Potato Dinner Board #bakedpotatoes #bakedpotatodinnerboard #potatodinnerboard #reluctantentertainer
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My man loves this dish and now I can make it in the oven!
My man loves this dish and now I can make it in the oven!
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20K views · 239 reactions | Mary Makes It Easy: Reverse-Seared Steak with Parmesan and Arugula | Memories of food are Mary Berg’s favorite travel souvenir. See how she commemorates a recent trip to Italy with this Reverse Sear Steak, which pays... | By Food Network | We're going to reverse sear these babies and it's going to be the easiest, most perfect steak you've ever made. First, dry off two room temperature steaks. I'm using rib steaks but with this method, you can do any sort of good marbling cut, at least an inch and a half thick. Season those really well with salt and pepper. Pop those steaks into a 250 degree oven for about 30 to 35 minutes. Now, add a little bit of olive oil onto the steaks and I'm going to pop those into a super hot pan. Flip it every 30 seconds or so after about two to 3 minutes. It's going to come out to that one thirty, one thirty5 and be absolutely perfect all the way through. Oh my gosh. Since it came up slowly in the oven, these babies don't have to rest. Oh my gosh, it cuts like butter.
20K views · 239 reactions | Mary Makes It Easy: Reverse-Seared Steak with Parmesan and Arugula | Memories of food are Mary Berg’s favorite travel souvenir. See how she commemorates a recent trip to Italy with this Reverse Sear Steak, which pays... | By Food Network | We're going to reverse sear these babies and it's going to be the easiest, most perfect steak you've ever made. First, dry off two room temperature steaks. I'm using rib steaks but with this method, you can do any sort of good marbling cut, at least an inch and a half thick. Season those really well with salt and pepper. Pop those steaks into a 250 degree oven for about 30 to 35 minutes. Now, add a little bit of olive oil onto the steaks and I'm going to pop those into a super hot pan. Flip it every 30 seconds or so after abou
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Mary's Recipe of the Day | No-Baked PB&J Mini Cheesecakes
3hr 30min · 8 servings Indulge in a nostalgic treat that'll transport you straight back to your childhood! 😍 Mary Berg shares an easy no-bake cheesecake recipe using peanut butter and jam. 🥜🍓 Whip these up this weekend for the perfect after-dinner treat! Get the full recipe in the link. 1 cup graham cracker or crispy oatmal cookie crumbs Pinch of salt 1/4 cup unsalted butter, melted 1 cup brick-style cream cheese, room temperature 1/2 cup smooth peanut butter 1/2 cup whipping cream 1/4 cup icing sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1/2 to 3/4 prepared strawberry jam Chopped peanuts, optional
The Good Stuff with Mary Berg
The Good Stuff with Mary Berg
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Salmon burgers with tartar sauce and slaw
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Maple Garlic Sriracha Salmon Recipe | Mary Makes It Easy
Maple Garlic Sriracha Salmon Recipe | Mary Makes It Easy
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Mary's Quick and Easy Tiramisu | tiramisu | Looking for an after-dinner pick-me-up? Mary Berg has you covered with her boozy, no-bake Tiramisu! 😍 #MaryMakesItEasy > Sundays at 12|11c Find the... | By Food Network | Tiramisu originally means "pick me up," so it's like the perfect after dinner dessert. I need 1 and 1/2 cups of whipped cream, about a cup mascarpone cheese, a 1/4 cup of sugar, and finally, a teaspoon of vanilla. So now I just need to whip this up until it's holding peaks. Fun fact, if you whip your cream on a lower speed, it'll hold those bubbles better. So low and slow, stable whipped cream. In a separate bowl I need a cup of coffee and 1/4 cup of something boozy. I'm using Marsala wine. I also need a tablespoon of sugar. Next, I'm going to spread about a 1/3 of my cream mixture into a loaf pan that I've lined with plastic wrap. Then I'm going to grab about 24 ladyfingers. And I want to dunk them in this coffee mixture and just snuggle them in. And then you just need to build those layers of cream and ladyfingers kind of like making a sugary, boozy lasagna. Now, I'm just going to wrap any of that overhanging plastic over this tiramisu and then put it in the fridge to chill for at least two hours. So I actually built this upside down. So I want to flip this out on to my platter. Build it. Lift that baby off, and then just peel away all that plastic. But to smooth anything out, the trick is, dust it with something. So just a few spoons of cocoa powder. That looks amazing! You can see those layers though, that delicious amazing lady finger that's just soaked in that coffee Marsala wine syrup, that creamy dreamy mascarpone filling, and then that chocolate on top. It's the perfect after dinner treat.
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Well Seasoned: A Year's Worth of Delicious Recipes by Berg, Mary by Appetite by Random House
TASTE CANADA AWARDS GOLD WINNER AND NATIONAL BESTSELLER Beloved home cook, television star, and bestselling author Mary Berg is back with 100 seasonal recipes to inspire your year and delight your palate. For Mary, cooking meals to enjoy with family is a constant source of joy, no matter the day or time of year. But as for what those meals include? Well, that's what makes it fun. As the seasons change, so does the food Mary craves and cooks. Sometimes it's based on what's available at the farmer
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3 Crowd-Pleasing Recipes From The New Cookbook, Kitchen Party