Yogurt Marshmallows

If you love marshmallows, but wish they weren’t always so sweet, these are for you! ~ Alice Medrich via Food52 Get Alice’s RECIPE HERE!


sweet potato spotlight

Sweet potatoes have the same hearty texture as regular potatoes, but they’re so much more flavorful, with a slightly sweet, earthy taste that only intensifies during cooking. Here are are top tips ...


The Impossible Cake

The two-layer creation is also called “chocoflan.” In our opinion, the best (and tastiest) kind of science is the science of baking. Cookies won’t puff up, for example, without the ...

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Thai Steamed Coconut-Pandan Cake

Think of these silky, chewy, coconutty gummies as richer, more flavorful Jello jigglers, made with a steamed batter of coconut milk with sticky rice flour and tapioca and arrowroot starches. It’s a labor of love: to form the neat layers, you have to let the previous layer steam enough until set but still a little […]

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¡Buenos Nachos! :: cookbook

Chips and cheese and so much more. ¡Buenos Nachos! is a love letter to everyone’s favorite late night snack (and if it’s not your favorite nighttime snack… well, you may be rethinking that soon). Favorite chefs offer their interpretations—how they’d serve and eat these mountainous melanges of chips, cheese, and beans. … … You’ll find […]

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Peanut Butter and Banana “Sushi” : Kids Snack

A healthy, exciting lunchbox upgrade We came up with a New Year’s resolution for you: Start packing your kids a lunchbox that will make them happy and healthy. Like this recipe for peanut butter and banana “sushi,” courtesy of nutritionist Daniela Neman. It’ll fill them up and give them the energy they need to take on […]

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Flawless Crème Brûlée: Common Mistakes

Just what is it about crème brûlée? Even the words sound unattainably fancy; the sort of dish better left to a swanky French restaurant (you know, the kind with white tablecloths and snooty mustachioed waiters). We won’t lie: It’s not as easy to make as no-bake drop-cookies. But once you’ve ID’d the most common ways […]

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Master the Art of the Perfectly Poached Egg

Poaching eggs is a technique even skilled cooks avoid, because frankly, frying them is a lot easier to manage. There’s no swirling the water, willing whites to coagulate or crossing your fingers the yolks don’t break in the water. An egg poacher streamlines the process, but if you don’t have one, here are a few […]

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Slow-Braised Beef Brisket + Rosemary Pasta

A classic for this time of year. There’s nothing quite like the aroma of perfectly braised beef and rosemary lingering in the air. Pour a glass of red and enjoy this delightful dish on a wintery evening. Get Donna Hay’s recipe HERE! Image via Donna Hay

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Guide to Roasting Vegetables

A reliable technique and great tips—plus exciting flavoring ideas for your favorite vegetables. ~ Jennifer Armentrout of Fine Cooking Get the know how and the recipe for Roasted green beans with Caramelized Shallot Butter {above} HERE!

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Citrus Recipes for Winter Days

Add a fresh burst of citrus with recipes for soups, winter salads, cakes, and more. ~ Saveur GET ALL 30 RECIPES HERE! Image by Signe Birck

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Salt Crusted Whole Fish with Blood Oranges

We made this last year as part of a winter citrus fiesta, in fact my profile pic is from that day. Our meal started with hummus with preserved lemons & meyer lemon juice, and a pink grapefruit, orange,black olives & red onion salad then we had a Red Snapper stuffed with blood oranges, bay leaves, […]

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What to eat for… healthy joints

Natural anti-histamines, potent antioxidants and inflammation-fighting foods have been packed into our ultimate recipe for joint health. Read up on key ingredients to include in your diet and try making our powerful amaranth porridge… ~ Kerry Torrens via BBC GoodFood Check out Kerry’s suggestions for healthy joints HERE! Image via GoodFood

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