Try this Easy and Dillicious Grilled Salmon Sandwich (and where to find Brioche Buns that won't

For some reason I somehow think that I don't like dill, but that couldn't be further from the truth. It's a bright and refreshing herb that pairs brilliantly with fish and chicken. We made salmon the other night on yet another huge snow day and had so much dill leftover that I added it to my husband's tunafish sandwich to combat tuna fish breath while at work. You're welcome Graig's coworkers. It's also a great addition to roasted red potatoes in olive oil. Why this works from a nutritional standpoint. Salmon is a great swap for chicken and beef because it adds omega 3's to your body, which is helpful for improving triglycerides and cholesterol levels, reducing risk from dying of a heart

If you love Ramen (and even if you don't)- This Soba Noodle & Chicken Dish Will Make Your Re

I love finding Asian inspired recipes for 3 reasons: They are basically 1 pot wonders if you don't count the pot to boil the noodles, they contain fresh ginger (so refreshing) and include lots of veggies in a super satisfying way. This recipe is adapted from the Best Ever Chicken cookbook by Linda Fraser and is no exception! It's an older cookbook, so if you're looking to add an all-chicken cookbook to your collection I would totally recommend it. You can buy a hardback for well under $10 (just clink on the above link). It's not a health cookbook, but it has its fair share of healthy traditional and ethnic recipes and a yummy Chicken Kotopita (Greek Chicken Potpie) that I made when we wer



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