Easiest Ever Slow Cooker Baby Back Ribs from Everyday Good Thinking, the official blog of @hamiltonbeach

Baby back ribs are my ultimate guilty pleasure food. I grew to love them because my dad always took us out for ribs when I was a kid, and that age, there is nothing better than eating something messy with your hands. In fact, it’s still a lot of fun, which is why these baby…

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Center Stage: Banana Peach Green Smoothie with @asimplepantry from Everyday Good Thinking, the official blog of @hamiltonbeach

Karly Gomez is the no-nonsense blogger at A Simple Pantry who writes about anything that catches her fancy (especially delicious food) in a serious and silly fashion that is uniquely her own. She lives in Phoenix with her husband and four daughters, where they enjoy cooking, DIY projects and having a lot of fun. You can find Karly…

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Fried Hushpuppies are perfect for crab and fish dinners - from Everyday Good Thinking, the official blog of @hamiltonbeach

Hush puppies are a Southern staple that have found their way into seafood restaurants across the nation. Made from cornmeal, flour, onion, egg and buttermilk, they are mixed until just combined, then rolled and fried in hot oil before resting to cool slightly. Hush puppies are typically served alongside fried fish, barbecue or crabcakes, but…

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Chicken and Cornbread Dumplings from Everyday Good Thinking, the official blog of @hamiltonbeach

  Just like chicken noodle soup and macaroni and cheese, there are dozens of ways to make chicken and dumplings, a classic comfort food in many households. The variation we made today includes a happy Southern twist, using cornbread biscuits instead of the traditional flour biscuit. And to make it even better, we made it…

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Broiled Maryland-Style Crabcakes with Creamy Herb Sauce from Everyday Good Thinking, the official blog of @hamiltonbeach

The mid-Atlantic coast is a region filled with fishing boats, oyster roasts, rolling tides, bald eagles and lighthouses – the whole picturesque nine yards. I was lucky enough to grow up on the Potomac River, which is inside the Chesapeake Bay watershed. This means crab feasts and crabcakes were normal, everyday events for my family….

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