Author Archives: Pat Schweitzer

Couscous with Tomato and Feta

Party Crock Couscous with Feta and Tomatoes

Couscous, a light and fluffy rice-like dish made from semolina flour, is an incredibly popular food. In fact, it is served all over the world, from Morocco to Tuscany to Brazil to France, as a base for stews, meats and sauces. Here, we’ve kept to the basics and paired it with diced tomatoes, simple herbs…

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Parmesan Crusted Tilapia

Baked Parmesan Crusted Tilapia for Two

Perfect for busy weeknights and the back-to-school season ahead, it only takes a few simple ingredients to make this quick and easy fish entree. The tilapia is baked with a mixture of parmesan, panko and Italian seasonings for a delicious crunch over a fish filet kept tender with the addition of mayonnaise. It’s baked in…

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Grilled Rosemary-Skewered Vegetable Kabobs

Rosemary-Skewered Vegetable Kabobs

Try something a little lighter on the grill this weekend. Instead of going for the same old standbys, try celebrating summer’s vegetable bounty by grilling up the most plentiful plants in the garden. Zucchini, yellow squash, tomatoes and rosemary are all over the place this time of year, and we created a fun way to…

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Grilled Bourbon Chicken from @hamiltonbeach

Your 4th of July Weekend in 10 Easy Recipes

Celebrate the Fourth of July in high culinary style with Everyday Good Thinking and Hamilton Beach! Find our favorite red, white and blue recipes, picnic and party foods, and patriotic grilling greats from our test kitchen experts. Blueberry Mint Sorbet with A Simple Pantry Grilled Salmon with Yogurt Lemon Caper Sauce Banana Pudding Grilled Bourbon…

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Afternoon Energy Boost Go Sport Chai Smoothie

Afternoon Energy Boost Chai Smoothie

You know that point in the afternoon when everyone at work starts getting sleepy at their desks and the coffee maker in the break room gets its second workout of the day? As people try to caffeinate their way through the afternoon slump, it’s not uncommon for Jim from Accounting to nod off in his…

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