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ElizabethObsesses

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My name is Elizabeth, and I am a photographer, writer, and foodblogger. I hope to inspire people to not be afraid of "organized cooking" and master the art of "free styling" in the kitchen.

Member Since: Oct 29, 2014


Last Posted Recipe: Mar 10, 2015

Beefaroni: A New Take On A Childhood Class

This version of Beefaroni is not filled with preservatives, fillers, fat, and salt. It's also NOT orange. It is, however, easy to make, delicious, and kid approved.

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Philly Steak Sandwiches

Chuck roast is cooked low and slow all day in an enameled cast iron Dutch Oven then the juices are reduced to sandwich perfection. Delicious!

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Vegetable Lo Mein - an easy weeknight meal

This easy weeknight meal features sliced vegetables, and soft noodles that are stir fried and married in a delicious sauce, bringing everything together. It’s so easy and versatile, literally takes 10 minutes of prep and 10 minutes of sizzle, before you'll be eating and wondering why you didn't try this sooner.

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Taco Phyllo Poppers With Creamy Chobani

Taco poppers are equally delicious and beautiful. Best of all, they are incredibly easy. Perfect Game Day food.

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Chobani Vanilla Cheesecake Bites

These mini cheesecake bites are so incredibly amazing, you must try them! They are so good, the only issue you'll have is to make enough of them. Best of all, they're really easy to make.

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Chobani Chicken Fingers with Chipotle Dip

The chicken is marinated in creamy Chobani and some simple spices, and it makes the juiciest most tender fried chicken I've ever had. The dip is a marriage of honey-chipotle and creamy Chobani yogurt. It's smoky, sweet, and creamy...perfect Super Bowl Sunday food!

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Chobani Ranch Dressing

This Ranch Dressing is lower fat while giving a nice boost of protein. Its super easy to make, and tastes as good as full fat versions.

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Super Moist Carrot Cake

Not overly dense or spiced this Buttermilk Carrot Cake is perfect whether you're hosting a dinner party or simply serving your family on a random Tuesday night.

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Chipotle Chicken Tacos

These tacos are perfect: the honey tempers the heat of the chipotle peppers, and lime juice brightens the flavor all around.

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Fresh Mango Salsa

Bright citrusy flavors and just a little bit of heat, this recipe is delicious, fresh, and healthy.

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Chili de Salchichas - Sausage Chili

Chili de Salchichas - or Sausage chili is a hearty one pot meal that can serve an entire family. Simple to make, and easy to customize the level of spiciness.

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Italian Meatballs

These meatballs have the perfect blend of spices, fresh herbs and Locatelli cheese. They're equally delicious served in a sandwich on game night or alongside pasta with a nice glass of Merlot.

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Salted Chocolate Toffee Pretzel Bark

Sea salt makes the chocolate and toffee come together deliciously in this easy-to-make pretzel bark treat. Perfect for the holidays!

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Potato Leek Soup With A Twist

This classic Potato Leek Soup, has jazzed up broth and features fresh lime juice, crumbled bacon, sour cream and fresh ground pepper.

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Pumpkin Pie with Jim Beam Bourbon Vanilla

This pumpkin pie is flavored with vanilla beans extracted in Jim Beam bourbon. It's amazingly smooth and incredibly delicious.

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Turkey With Cranberry Raspberry

This sandwich on soft sourdough bread with slivers of fresh red onions and this gorgeous Cranberry Raspberry Sauce on top helps you make the most of Thanksgiving leftovers and is arguably the easiest and perhaps most satisfying way to use up turkey leftovers after the big meal.

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Turkey Pot Pie

I love this recipe because it’s a “no rules” kind of meal. The ultimate in comfort food, it can be made with literally any kind of leftover meat and veggies you have on hand. In this case, I’m using as many of my Thanksgiving leftovers as possible along with some very basic staples like onion, carrots, celery, and chicken broth and flour. Even the pie crust is made from the uncooked scraps I had after making my pies this year, which earned it the nickname, Frankenstein Pie. Don’t worry if you have to piece your pie crust together (just use water to seal any seam). After it’s baked, it will have a charming, rustic appeal that is impossible to get from store bought foods.

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Raspberry Cranberry Sauce

The addition of raspberries is a wonderful tweak to this Thanksgiving classic. This is a simple easy-to-follow recipe that will be sure to make your guests ask for seconds.

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Beef Stew

In addition to rich beef stock, fresh herbs and a splash of Cabernet Sauvignon make this dish even better than the beef stew you remember from childhood. It's sophisticated - but not so much so that the kids won't eat it. In fact, my kids race one another to be "first in line" to fill their bowls. Paired with some rustic bread or biscuits, and you have a hearty meal that warms you up from the inside.

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Fried Rice

Fried Rice is the perfect way to use up leftover rice. This recipe is easy, tastes great, and is beautiful as well.

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Hand Cut French Fries

Hand cut french fries are heads above the commercially available frozen variety.

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