Wild Rice Mushroom Pilaf

wild rice mushroom pilaf

​Looking for an easy method to make your next rice dish a lot more interesting? Or maybe you're ​itching to find another delicious dish to serve up from your Instant Pot®. ​You'll want to try this simple wild rice mushroom pilaf recipe.

Wild rice, the official grain of Minnesota, is one of two cereal grains native to ​North America. This recipe blends wild rice with Portobello mushrooms in chicken broth (or vegetable broth if you want a vegetarian dish) to produce a ​totally satisfying pilaf.

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Easy New England Clam Chowder

easy New England clam chowder

Easy New England clam chowder. It's an American classic, right? Anyone should be able to make this delicious, seemingly simple, soup, right? After all, it was given to us by local fisherman who combined the discards from their daily catch with ​other food scraps to feed their families. ​And they weren't exactly master chefs. Yet, what they c​reated, out of necessity, ​is today, after ​generations of ​refining their simple recipes, one of America's favorite comfort foods.

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Instant Pot Thai Chicken Thighs Recipe

Instant Pot Thai Chicken Thighs Recipe

​​Once you've ​eaten Thai chicken thighs cooked to perfection in an instant pot, ​you'll never want to have them any other way. This Instant Pot Thai chicken thighs recipe is perfect for you whether you're a novice in the kitchen or an expert. If you've been looking for new recipes to try in your instant pot, this is the one. It's the perfect cooking environment for infusing all the wonderful Thai seasonings ​into chicken, elevating it from something plain and ordinary to a truly memorable meal you​'ll want to make again and again.

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7 Indoor Seed Starting Tips

indoor seed starting tips

​Want to get an early start to your backyard growing season?

Or maybe you just want to grow some different veggies this year - something beyond the normal pickings at your local nursery or the Home Depot garden center.

Perhaps, you're ​simply tired of paying $2 and up for a single plant that may or may not take root in your backyard. ​And your budget is screaming for you to try something different this growing season.

If so, buying seeds and starting your growing season indoors might be your solution. Starting your seeds indoors also gives your plants a better chance for survival because you can control all the elements surrounding your seedlings during those early, critical days of the plants' lives.

More, it's a great way to eat organic and not break the bank. Not only do you control what feeds the vegetables you'll grow and eat, but you'll get so many more plants for the money.

There's just one potential problem: ​Starting vegetables from seed can be a bit tricky if you're new to all this. No worries. We've got you covered with 7 indoor seed starting tips.

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