chocolate-raspberry babka

Classic babka gets an update with a double dose of raspberry: A few spoonfuls of jam add a tart edge to the cocoa filling, while a simple syrup infused with ...

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kumquat carrot soup

Take advantage of kumquats’ brief season by preparing this wintery soup that’s the bright color of sunshine. Packed with flavor, kumquats should not be peeled, as the sweetness of the ...


blood orange chia pudding

Why drink O.J. with your yogurt when you can mix it in? ~ Saveur Get the recipe HERE!


french onion

french onion soup in an hour

French onion soup is a wonderful dish to eat and a terrible ...
Chicken Night

red miso chicken skewers

Turn this dish into a rice bowl by serving the chicken, removed ...
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gooey chocolate caramel tart :: no bake

A thin slice of this rich dessert goes a long way—especially when ...

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taiwanese beef noodle soup

The recipe for this soup is based on one from Taipei’s Yong Kang Beef Noodle shop. ~Saveur Get the Recipe Here …

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miss polly hawkins gin cocktail

  Delicate and flowery thanks to the camomile, with a fragrant perfume from the rose and gin botanicals – much like the ladies of Fitzrovia in the 1850s to 1890s. Serves one. ~ Blaze Langier Get this Victorian gin based inspiration here!

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healthy game day snacks

If the typical game day menu doesn’t exactly align with your healthy eating resolutions, you’re in luck! Here, we’ve rounded up some wholesome and tasty dishes perfect for game day, so you can cheer on your favorite team, guilt free. ~ taste Get taste’s terrific assortment of guilt free game day snacks here!

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matcha smoothie :: coffee step aside

Sure, there are people who can get up and function in the morning without a jolt of caffeine. Most of us, however, are not those people. Which means that, when we’re trying to feel a little less dependent on the life force that is coffee, we turn to matcha—a powder made from green tea that’s […]

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winter white

Sir Madam enthusiastically indexed every North American oyster variety they could find for their Oyster Tea Towel—and while they admit that it ended up being an impossible task, their valiant effort is beautifully rendered on 100% linen. The tea towel comes with either indigo screenprint on natural-colored linen or black screenprint on cream-colored linen, and […]

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Super Bowl 50

We’re excited about the big game!  Who ever your rooting for I think it’s safe to say… it doesn’t matter.  It’s all about the food, beer, fun, commercials and beer. In case you care who is gonna win, take a second and vote for the winning team – vote for your team Our menu is up and […]

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the right way to freeze basically everything

Preserving is getting a lot of attention right now: throw a stick and you’re bound to hit a 10 dollar jar of artisan pickles or a jam made from berries you’ve never heard of before. But the easiest—and most direct—way to preserve your fresh food is already in your kitchen. We’re talking about the freezer. […]

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char-smoked baby back ribs

“Using a chargrill and smoke combo, you can create this really soulful, comforting flavor pretty easily,” says chef Sean Brock of Husk and McCrady’s in Charleston, South Carolina. After getting a nice crust on these ribs, Brock converts his grill into a smoker and finishes the meat low-and-slow in a cocoon of smoke, which gently […]

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winter citrus :: guide

Uhh, what’s the difference between a tangelo and a pomelo again? Winter is sort of the worst for reasons that include–but are not limited to– shorter days, puffer jackets and face-planting on black ice. The one redeeming quality? Citrus. Here’s everything you need to know about ten of the best fruits to eat right now. […]

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baked oatmeal breakfast with chocolate

There’s nothing wrong with having a decadent chocolate donut for breakfast, but if you’re looking for something a little more substantial, this baked oatmeal should do the trick. It’s packed with all sorts of good stuff — like pears, quinoa, chocolate, and hazelnuts — and practically cooks itself in a skillet. ~ Izy Hossack via […]

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