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Raspberry Cheesecake Bites

[fa icon="calendar'] 1/28/18 1:25 PM / by Malta Development posted in appetizers, dessert, Recipes, recipes, sweets

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raspberry-cheesecake-bites.jpgWho doesn't love a little something sweet? Strawberries and cheesecake... Perfection!

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A Warming Winter Soup: Beef and Barley

[fa icon="calendar'] 1/11/17 12:17 PM / by Malta Development posted in barley, beef, beef & barley, cold weather food, cooking, Malta, Recipes, recipes, soup, vegetables

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When it's chilly outside, there's nothing like coming home to a steaming bowl of beef barley soup. Here's a recipe that satisfies and is nutritious, too. It combines the depth of beef with the complexity of vegetables and spices in its flavors. Hope you enjoy this one!

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A Modern (and Light)Thanksgiving: Turkey Breast with Vanilla Sweet Potatoes

[fa icon="calendar'] 11/23/15 9:10 AM / by Malta Development posted in holidays, Holidays, Recipes, recipes

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What do you think of when you think of Thanksgiving turkey? Do gravy and cranberry sauce come to mind? What about leftover turkey soup and sandwiches? Most families can’t polish off an entire turkey in one sitting. These turkey breasts are lighter fare than a whole turkey, and you can make them ahead to save time during meal day.

Much of the Thanksgiving tradition includes time-consuming prep work and eating more than you can handle. However, if you're going for moderation and time-efficiency this year, why not try a make-ahead turkey breast with vanilla sweet potatoes? It includes everything you'd want from a Thanksgiving dinner minus the hassle. Follow this recipe to spend time with family, friends and football, not the food.
 
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Moroccan Orange Chicken

[fa icon="calendar'] 11/9/15 9:00 AM / by Malta Development posted in holidays, Recipes, recipes

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During the California Gold Rush, early Chinese immigrants lacked the ingredients traditionally used in their cooking. According to the "Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America," they made do to create the now-American-staple, chop suey. After that, Chinese-American cuisine took a life of its own.

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Getting Your Summer Corn Fix!

[fa icon="calendar'] 8/17/15 9:09 AM / by Malta Development posted in Malta, Malta Development, recipes

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Try Some Roasted Corn Salsa at Your Next Potluck

For some people, nothing says summer like the taste of fresh tomatoes. Unless, of course, they're not your favorite. Then, it can seem as if every backyard barbeque is full of salads, salsas, and dressings that leave you craving something different.

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The Best Caesar Salad

[fa icon="calendar'] 3/2/15 9:00 AM / by Malta Development posted in Caesar salad, caesar salad recipes, ceaser salad, Malta, Recipes, recipes, recipes for salad, salad recipes

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Caesar salad is often a family favorite because it is the perfect balance of creamy and crunch. First created in 1924 by Italian immigrant, Caesar Cardini, the Caesar salad has filled many salad plates over the last near-century.

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Apple Pie All Around

[fa icon="calendar'] 11/10/14 9:00 AM / by Malta Development posted in holiday treats, Holidays, Recipes, recipes, sweet treats

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While it may be easy to drink too much apple cider, no one can ever consume too much apple pie.

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