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Try this grilled Hawaiian BBQ chicken recipe for a flavorful, filling dinner

Grilled Hawaiian BBQ Chicken

Grilled Hawaiian BBQ chicken is one of the most perfect foods. Like Southern tomato sandwiches and banana pudding, this Hawaiian chicken recipe is the thing to have in the summer. The umami of soy sauce combined with the sweetness of fresh pineapple and brown sugar strikes just the right balance of flavors. But why should …

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Baked Rosemary-Garlic Fries

I love French fries. Love. But the sad reality is that the calories of anything fried add up very quickly. But even if you’re on a diet (I’m still hanging on to my New Year’s resolution), you can find ways to indulge in the things you love. And that’s where baked rosemary garlic fries come …

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Bahn mi hot dogs

Banh Mi Hot Dogs

Banh Mi is one of my favorite foods, especially among Vietnamese specialties. It has acidity, it’s savory, it has the crunch of fresh vegetables and the soft deliciousness of good bread. In fact, “banh mi” actually means “bread” in Vietnamese. Specifically, it refers to baguettes, which were brought to Vietnam during its occupation by the …

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This Hawaiian macaroni salad recipe is simple and easy to make

Hawaiian Macaroni Salad

In Hawaii, the plate lunch is everything. In case you’re not familiar, a plate lunch is traditionally two scoops of white rice, Hawaiian macaroni salad, and an entrée like poke, lau lau, or some other kind of meat like this delicious Hawaiian BBQ chicken. In my humble opinion, the Hawaiian macaroni salad recipe is absolutely …

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Slow-Cooker Black-Eyed Peas & Greens

New Year’s is just around the corner. In the South, more or less every celebration incorporates food. And there’s really no bigger celebration than New Year’s. Growing up, we always had the tradition of eating black-eyed peas on New Year’s Day, and that’ definitely one big tradition I’ve continued into adulthood. Why black-eyed peas? Well, …

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