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Big easy shrimp rice

Shrimp and rice casserole baked with tomatoes, mushroom soup, and French onion soup is a flavorful side dish to any seafood entree.

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Big easy tabbouleh/summer herb salad

This easy salad is filled with traditional tabbouleh flavor….and only some of the chopping. WIN

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Big easy jambalaya

This recipe is requested often by friends and family for gatherings. I don't mind since it's so easy to make. —Elizabeth Renteria, Vancouver, Washington

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One big exciting announcement

Alternative titles for this post were to include: Yes, This Post Is Exactly What You Think It’s About No, I didn’t just eat too much at Thanksgiving Dinner Growing a Human and Well, it’s my 1,000th Blog Post, might as well make it special! Yes, this does coincidentally coincide with my 1,000th blog post – …

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Big easy martini

A unique martini that features a blend of mango and pepper vodkas. Perfect for your Mardi Gras celebration. Since Mardi Gras is approaching, I like to get out my beads, put some Jazz music on

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Big ed's cajun shrimp soup

This hearty rice and shrimp soup is packed with vegetables and flavor.

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Fried honey dijon leg of lamb recipe & tips for using your big easy oil-less turkey fryer

This is an easy 'fried' honey dijon leg of lamb, perfect for any holiday, cooked in an outdoor oil-less fryer. Yep, crazy good and minimal clean up. It's that time of the season when every

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The big e

Alternatively titled: The day I ate every fried thing you could ever imagine. Have you heard of The Big E? I had never heard of it in my life. I'm trying to figure out where I've been hiding for the last 28 (almost 29 eeeek!) years, considering it's the largest fair in the Northeast. And I've lived in the Northeast all of my life. I guess I've just never been a big fair-goer. I visited the Topsfield Fair a couple times as a kid… And the Rye Fair in college. But the Big E? Never crossed my radar. Until this

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