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The Daily Dish: December 25, 2015

The Daily Dish: December 25, 2015


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Dishing out the latest and greatest in food news

Learn more about what is hot and trending in the world of food and drink.

Today’s first course?

Cadbury is experimenting with flavors inspired by popular food trends. Could a vegetable-filled chocolate be coming to a Cadbury chocolate box in the future? In an effort to meet consumers’ ever changing tastes and preferences, scientists are experimenting with flavors to appeal to more health-conscious consumers. Flavors like Kale Crème, Beetroot Jelly, and Wasabi Crunch are in the making! We’ll have to wait and see how customers respond to the change in their chocolate.

And Chipotle is back in the news! After its massive foodborne illness scandal that left nearly 200 people sick, Chipotle is changing its menu to assure food safety. The restaurant, from now on, will tweak its cooking methods. One of the changes to its preparations is that the onions will be blanched and marinated in lemon and lime juice to kill off germs instead of served raw. Can’t be too careful, especially in Chipotle’s case.

A Festivus for the rest of us! With the holiday season coming to a close, Ben & Jerry’s brought back a limited edition flavor from their graveyard: Festivus, inspired by the fictional Seinfeld holiday. If you find tinsel distracting and take pleasure in airing your grievances with the family, then the Festivus ice cream flavor is for you. After the original launch of the ice cream it was discontinued in 2001. The signature flavor is made with brown sugar cinnamon ice cream, gingerbread cookie chunks, and a ginger caramel swirl. Ben & Jerry’s hasn’t disclosed whether or not this is a limited edition comeback, but we can guess it won’t be available very long.

That’s today’s Daily Dish, thanks for watching. Stop by Monday for another helping.


Turkey Hash

Now that we’ve gotten through our first big holiday, let the shopping begin!

Yes, my mind always goes to shopping first. But before we start shopping, we must eat.

My Leftover Turkey Hash is the perfect dish to make with all that leftover turkey from Thanksgiving!

I smoked two turkeys because we knew one would not be enough.

I say if you’re going to cook for the holidays then go big!

The more food you cook, the more different leftover dishes you can invent.

My family loves meat and potatoes and they also love hash.

I decided to take my smoked turkey, dice that baby up and make a big pot of cheesy potato goodness!

The key to this dish is to pre-boil the potatoes for about 5 minute so they’re tender and ready to crisp up in the olive oil.

After I boiled the potatoes, I sauteed up a bunch of white onions and garlic then added the precooked potatoes and lots of spices to the pan.

After about 5 minutes, add the diced turkey and cook 5 more minutes.

Now for the best part, top the hash with a whole bunch of cheese, I mean as much cheese as you like!

Lastly, place the hash under the broiler for a few minutes to melt the cheese.

Garnish with green onions.

Serve with a dollop of sour cream and hot buttered toast with lots of jam!

I receive numerous emails daily about what’s my favorite things in the cooking world so I am creating a 21 Days Until Christmas Gift Guide/Favorite Things list.

I decided to give you a sneak peek of my favorite gumbo bowls.

These white Luminous Pasta bowls are from Pier-1 Imports and I am telling ya’ they’re the perfect gumbo eating bowls.

Grant it, their pasta bowls, I think pasta serving bowls, but don’t judge folks, gumbo is meant to be enjoyed in large quantities, lol!

Don’t forget to check back in the next couple of days when we kick off 21 Days Until Christmas Gift Guide/Favorite Things list!

You could also sign up to be added to my email list and never miss another post.


Turkey Hash

Now that we’ve gotten through our first big holiday, let the shopping begin!

Yes, my mind always goes to shopping first. But before we start shopping, we must eat.

My Leftover Turkey Hash is the perfect dish to make with all that leftover turkey from Thanksgiving!

I smoked two turkeys because we knew one would not be enough.

I say if you’re going to cook for the holidays then go big!

The more food you cook, the more different leftover dishes you can invent.

My family loves meat and potatoes and they also love hash.

I decided to take my smoked turkey, dice that baby up and make a big pot of cheesy potato goodness!

The key to this dish is to pre-boil the potatoes for about 5 minute so they’re tender and ready to crisp up in the olive oil.

After I boiled the potatoes, I sauteed up a bunch of white onions and garlic then added the precooked potatoes and lots of spices to the pan.

After about 5 minutes, add the diced turkey and cook 5 more minutes.

Now for the best part, top the hash with a whole bunch of cheese, I mean as much cheese as you like!

Lastly, place the hash under the broiler for a few minutes to melt the cheese.

Garnish with green onions.

Serve with a dollop of sour cream and hot buttered toast with lots of jam!

I receive numerous emails daily about what’s my favorite things in the cooking world so I am creating a 21 Days Until Christmas Gift Guide/Favorite Things list.

I decided to give you a sneak peek of my favorite gumbo bowls.

These white Luminous Pasta bowls are from Pier-1 Imports and I am telling ya’ they’re the perfect gumbo eating bowls.

Grant it, their pasta bowls, I think pasta serving bowls, but don’t judge folks, gumbo is meant to be enjoyed in large quantities, lol!

Don’t forget to check back in the next couple of days when we kick off 21 Days Until Christmas Gift Guide/Favorite Things list!

You could also sign up to be added to my email list and never miss another post.


Turkey Hash

Now that we’ve gotten through our first big holiday, let the shopping begin!

Yes, my mind always goes to shopping first. But before we start shopping, we must eat.

My Leftover Turkey Hash is the perfect dish to make with all that leftover turkey from Thanksgiving!

I smoked two turkeys because we knew one would not be enough.

I say if you’re going to cook for the holidays then go big!

The more food you cook, the more different leftover dishes you can invent.

My family loves meat and potatoes and they also love hash.

I decided to take my smoked turkey, dice that baby up and make a big pot of cheesy potato goodness!

The key to this dish is to pre-boil the potatoes for about 5 minute so they’re tender and ready to crisp up in the olive oil.

After I boiled the potatoes, I sauteed up a bunch of white onions and garlic then added the precooked potatoes and lots of spices to the pan.

After about 5 minutes, add the diced turkey and cook 5 more minutes.

Now for the best part, top the hash with a whole bunch of cheese, I mean as much cheese as you like!

Lastly, place the hash under the broiler for a few minutes to melt the cheese.

Garnish with green onions.

Serve with a dollop of sour cream and hot buttered toast with lots of jam!

I receive numerous emails daily about what’s my favorite things in the cooking world so I am creating a 21 Days Until Christmas Gift Guide/Favorite Things list.

I decided to give you a sneak peek of my favorite gumbo bowls.

These white Luminous Pasta bowls are from Pier-1 Imports and I am telling ya’ they’re the perfect gumbo eating bowls.

Grant it, their pasta bowls, I think pasta serving bowls, but don’t judge folks, gumbo is meant to be enjoyed in large quantities, lol!

Don’t forget to check back in the next couple of days when we kick off 21 Days Until Christmas Gift Guide/Favorite Things list!

You could also sign up to be added to my email list and never miss another post.


Turkey Hash

Now that we’ve gotten through our first big holiday, let the shopping begin!

Yes, my mind always goes to shopping first. But before we start shopping, we must eat.

My Leftover Turkey Hash is the perfect dish to make with all that leftover turkey from Thanksgiving!

I smoked two turkeys because we knew one would not be enough.

I say if you’re going to cook for the holidays then go big!

The more food you cook, the more different leftover dishes you can invent.

My family loves meat and potatoes and they also love hash.

I decided to take my smoked turkey, dice that baby up and make a big pot of cheesy potato goodness!

The key to this dish is to pre-boil the potatoes for about 5 minute so they’re tender and ready to crisp up in the olive oil.

After I boiled the potatoes, I sauteed up a bunch of white onions and garlic then added the precooked potatoes and lots of spices to the pan.

After about 5 minutes, add the diced turkey and cook 5 more minutes.

Now for the best part, top the hash with a whole bunch of cheese, I mean as much cheese as you like!

Lastly, place the hash under the broiler for a few minutes to melt the cheese.

Garnish with green onions.

Serve with a dollop of sour cream and hot buttered toast with lots of jam!

I receive numerous emails daily about what’s my favorite things in the cooking world so I am creating a 21 Days Until Christmas Gift Guide/Favorite Things list.

I decided to give you a sneak peek of my favorite gumbo bowls.

These white Luminous Pasta bowls are from Pier-1 Imports and I am telling ya’ they’re the perfect gumbo eating bowls.

Grant it, their pasta bowls, I think pasta serving bowls, but don’t judge folks, gumbo is meant to be enjoyed in large quantities, lol!

Don’t forget to check back in the next couple of days when we kick off 21 Days Until Christmas Gift Guide/Favorite Things list!

You could also sign up to be added to my email list and never miss another post.


Turkey Hash

Now that we’ve gotten through our first big holiday, let the shopping begin!

Yes, my mind always goes to shopping first. But before we start shopping, we must eat.

My Leftover Turkey Hash is the perfect dish to make with all that leftover turkey from Thanksgiving!

I smoked two turkeys because we knew one would not be enough.

I say if you’re going to cook for the holidays then go big!

The more food you cook, the more different leftover dishes you can invent.

My family loves meat and potatoes and they also love hash.

I decided to take my smoked turkey, dice that baby up and make a big pot of cheesy potato goodness!

The key to this dish is to pre-boil the potatoes for about 5 minute so they’re tender and ready to crisp up in the olive oil.

After I boiled the potatoes, I sauteed up a bunch of white onions and garlic then added the precooked potatoes and lots of spices to the pan.

After about 5 minutes, add the diced turkey and cook 5 more minutes.

Now for the best part, top the hash with a whole bunch of cheese, I mean as much cheese as you like!

Lastly, place the hash under the broiler for a few minutes to melt the cheese.

Garnish with green onions.

Serve with a dollop of sour cream and hot buttered toast with lots of jam!

I receive numerous emails daily about what’s my favorite things in the cooking world so I am creating a 21 Days Until Christmas Gift Guide/Favorite Things list.

I decided to give you a sneak peek of my favorite gumbo bowls.

These white Luminous Pasta bowls are from Pier-1 Imports and I am telling ya’ they’re the perfect gumbo eating bowls.

Grant it, their pasta bowls, I think pasta serving bowls, but don’t judge folks, gumbo is meant to be enjoyed in large quantities, lol!

Don’t forget to check back in the next couple of days when we kick off 21 Days Until Christmas Gift Guide/Favorite Things list!

You could also sign up to be added to my email list and never miss another post.


Turkey Hash

Now that we’ve gotten through our first big holiday, let the shopping begin!

Yes, my mind always goes to shopping first. But before we start shopping, we must eat.

My Leftover Turkey Hash is the perfect dish to make with all that leftover turkey from Thanksgiving!

I smoked two turkeys because we knew one would not be enough.

I say if you’re going to cook for the holidays then go big!

The more food you cook, the more different leftover dishes you can invent.

My family loves meat and potatoes and they also love hash.

I decided to take my smoked turkey, dice that baby up and make a big pot of cheesy potato goodness!

The key to this dish is to pre-boil the potatoes for about 5 minute so they’re tender and ready to crisp up in the olive oil.

After I boiled the potatoes, I sauteed up a bunch of white onions and garlic then added the precooked potatoes and lots of spices to the pan.

After about 5 minutes, add the diced turkey and cook 5 more minutes.

Now for the best part, top the hash with a whole bunch of cheese, I mean as much cheese as you like!

Lastly, place the hash under the broiler for a few minutes to melt the cheese.

Garnish with green onions.

Serve with a dollop of sour cream and hot buttered toast with lots of jam!

I receive numerous emails daily about what’s my favorite things in the cooking world so I am creating a 21 Days Until Christmas Gift Guide/Favorite Things list.

I decided to give you a sneak peek of my favorite gumbo bowls.

These white Luminous Pasta bowls are from Pier-1 Imports and I am telling ya’ they’re the perfect gumbo eating bowls.

Grant it, their pasta bowls, I think pasta serving bowls, but don’t judge folks, gumbo is meant to be enjoyed in large quantities, lol!

Don’t forget to check back in the next couple of days when we kick off 21 Days Until Christmas Gift Guide/Favorite Things list!

You could also sign up to be added to my email list and never miss another post.


Turkey Hash

Now that we’ve gotten through our first big holiday, let the shopping begin!

Yes, my mind always goes to shopping first. But before we start shopping, we must eat.

My Leftover Turkey Hash is the perfect dish to make with all that leftover turkey from Thanksgiving!

I smoked two turkeys because we knew one would not be enough.

I say if you’re going to cook for the holidays then go big!

The more food you cook, the more different leftover dishes you can invent.

My family loves meat and potatoes and they also love hash.

I decided to take my smoked turkey, dice that baby up and make a big pot of cheesy potato goodness!

The key to this dish is to pre-boil the potatoes for about 5 minute so they’re tender and ready to crisp up in the olive oil.

After I boiled the potatoes, I sauteed up a bunch of white onions and garlic then added the precooked potatoes and lots of spices to the pan.

After about 5 minutes, add the diced turkey and cook 5 more minutes.

Now for the best part, top the hash with a whole bunch of cheese, I mean as much cheese as you like!

Lastly, place the hash under the broiler for a few minutes to melt the cheese.

Garnish with green onions.

Serve with a dollop of sour cream and hot buttered toast with lots of jam!

I receive numerous emails daily about what’s my favorite things in the cooking world so I am creating a 21 Days Until Christmas Gift Guide/Favorite Things list.

I decided to give you a sneak peek of my favorite gumbo bowls.

These white Luminous Pasta bowls are from Pier-1 Imports and I am telling ya’ they’re the perfect gumbo eating bowls.

Grant it, their pasta bowls, I think pasta serving bowls, but don’t judge folks, gumbo is meant to be enjoyed in large quantities, lol!

Don’t forget to check back in the next couple of days when we kick off 21 Days Until Christmas Gift Guide/Favorite Things list!

You could also sign up to be added to my email list and never miss another post.


Turkey Hash

Now that we’ve gotten through our first big holiday, let the shopping begin!

Yes, my mind always goes to shopping first. But before we start shopping, we must eat.

My Leftover Turkey Hash is the perfect dish to make with all that leftover turkey from Thanksgiving!

I smoked two turkeys because we knew one would not be enough.

I say if you’re going to cook for the holidays then go big!

The more food you cook, the more different leftover dishes you can invent.

My family loves meat and potatoes and they also love hash.

I decided to take my smoked turkey, dice that baby up and make a big pot of cheesy potato goodness!

The key to this dish is to pre-boil the potatoes for about 5 minute so they’re tender and ready to crisp up in the olive oil.

After I boiled the potatoes, I sauteed up a bunch of white onions and garlic then added the precooked potatoes and lots of spices to the pan.

After about 5 minutes, add the diced turkey and cook 5 more minutes.

Now for the best part, top the hash with a whole bunch of cheese, I mean as much cheese as you like!

Lastly, place the hash under the broiler for a few minutes to melt the cheese.

Garnish with green onions.

Serve with a dollop of sour cream and hot buttered toast with lots of jam!

I receive numerous emails daily about what’s my favorite things in the cooking world so I am creating a 21 Days Until Christmas Gift Guide/Favorite Things list.

I decided to give you a sneak peek of my favorite gumbo bowls.

These white Luminous Pasta bowls are from Pier-1 Imports and I am telling ya’ they’re the perfect gumbo eating bowls.

Grant it, their pasta bowls, I think pasta serving bowls, but don’t judge folks, gumbo is meant to be enjoyed in large quantities, lol!

Don’t forget to check back in the next couple of days when we kick off 21 Days Until Christmas Gift Guide/Favorite Things list!

You could also sign up to be added to my email list and never miss another post.


Turkey Hash

Now that we’ve gotten through our first big holiday, let the shopping begin!

Yes, my mind always goes to shopping first. But before we start shopping, we must eat.

My Leftover Turkey Hash is the perfect dish to make with all that leftover turkey from Thanksgiving!

I smoked two turkeys because we knew one would not be enough.

I say if you’re going to cook for the holidays then go big!

The more food you cook, the more different leftover dishes you can invent.

My family loves meat and potatoes and they also love hash.

I decided to take my smoked turkey, dice that baby up and make a big pot of cheesy potato goodness!

The key to this dish is to pre-boil the potatoes for about 5 minute so they’re tender and ready to crisp up in the olive oil.

After I boiled the potatoes, I sauteed up a bunch of white onions and garlic then added the precooked potatoes and lots of spices to the pan.

After about 5 minutes, add the diced turkey and cook 5 more minutes.

Now for the best part, top the hash with a whole bunch of cheese, I mean as much cheese as you like!

Lastly, place the hash under the broiler for a few minutes to melt the cheese.

Garnish with green onions.

Serve with a dollop of sour cream and hot buttered toast with lots of jam!

I receive numerous emails daily about what’s my favorite things in the cooking world so I am creating a 21 Days Until Christmas Gift Guide/Favorite Things list.

I decided to give you a sneak peek of my favorite gumbo bowls.

These white Luminous Pasta bowls are from Pier-1 Imports and I am telling ya’ they’re the perfect gumbo eating bowls.

Grant it, their pasta bowls, I think pasta serving bowls, but don’t judge folks, gumbo is meant to be enjoyed in large quantities, lol!

Don’t forget to check back in the next couple of days when we kick off 21 Days Until Christmas Gift Guide/Favorite Things list!

You could also sign up to be added to my email list and never miss another post.


Turkey Hash

Now that we’ve gotten through our first big holiday, let the shopping begin!

Yes, my mind always goes to shopping first. But before we start shopping, we must eat.

My Leftover Turkey Hash is the perfect dish to make with all that leftover turkey from Thanksgiving!

I smoked two turkeys because we knew one would not be enough.

I say if you’re going to cook for the holidays then go big!

The more food you cook, the more different leftover dishes you can invent.

My family loves meat and potatoes and they also love hash.

I decided to take my smoked turkey, dice that baby up and make a big pot of cheesy potato goodness!

The key to this dish is to pre-boil the potatoes for about 5 minute so they’re tender and ready to crisp up in the olive oil.

After I boiled the potatoes, I sauteed up a bunch of white onions and garlic then added the precooked potatoes and lots of spices to the pan.

After about 5 minutes, add the diced turkey and cook 5 more minutes.

Now for the best part, top the hash with a whole bunch of cheese, I mean as much cheese as you like!

Lastly, place the hash under the broiler for a few minutes to melt the cheese.

Garnish with green onions.

Serve with a dollop of sour cream and hot buttered toast with lots of jam!

I receive numerous emails daily about what’s my favorite things in the cooking world so I am creating a 21 Days Until Christmas Gift Guide/Favorite Things list.

I decided to give you a sneak peek of my favorite gumbo bowls.

These white Luminous Pasta bowls are from Pier-1 Imports and I am telling ya’ they’re the perfect gumbo eating bowls.

Grant it, their pasta bowls, I think pasta serving bowls, but don’t judge folks, gumbo is meant to be enjoyed in large quantities, lol!

Don’t forget to check back in the next couple of days when we kick off 21 Days Until Christmas Gift Guide/Favorite Things list!

You could also sign up to be added to my email list and never miss another post.


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