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4/1/2015#SweetTooth

Strawberry Rhubarb Macarons

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Currently one of the most popular imports from France, macarons are a light, meringue-based confectionary . Their airy biscuits, which sandwich sweet fillings, are typically made with egg whites and almond flour—and a lot of patience. The batter can be tricky and temperamental and requires about 2 hours to make. But never fear, Gina has… Read More »

Plum Clafouti

Plum Clafouti

With Summer coming to an end, and fall quickly approaching, it’s time to use up the leftover stone fruit you may have in your pantry. This recipe takes on the classic French clafouti, a dessert traditionally composed of stone fruit and custard. This version uses softened, ripe plums, first sauteed in sugar and butter before… Read More »

6/5/2014#Seasonal

Southern Buttermilk Brined Fried Chicken

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This is one recipe that should be in every cook’s arsenal. The Southern classic’s crunch of the breading, the rich meat of the chicken, the various spices that create the harmonious flavors… And yet for such a simple pleasure, this dish takes a little know how and a great recipe. Enter Beth with her Tennessee… Read More »

5/6/2014#Meatless

Brussels Sprout and Tempeh Stir Fry

Brussels Sprout and Tempeh Stir Fry Recipe

Go meatless one night this week and sub in soybean-based tempeh for a protein source that may surprise you. Although tofu (which is also made from soybeans) is an excellent meat alternative, tempeh provides a bit more substance for a heartier dinner. The fermented bean cake is dense and chewy, with a slight nutty flavor,… Read More »

2/6/2014#SweetTooth

Thomas Keller’s Chocolate Souffle

Thomas Keller’s Chocolate Souffle

The word soufflé comes from the French verb souffler which means “to blow up” or more loosely “puff up,” which is exactly what happens in this sweet (but sometimes savory) classic French dish. Notoriously difficult to master, soufflés are often presented in movies and sitcoms in a comical light as characters inevitably fail at their… Read More »

2/5/2014#SweetTooth

Perfect Cinnamon Buns

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We love tearing into ooey gooey cinnamon buns. While they do take a great deal of time to make, this recipe splits the steps so that you don’t have to wake up extra early. The addition of buttermilk makes for a tender roll, and allowing the dough to rest overnight in the fridge lends a… Read More »

10/13/2013#GlutenFree

Flaky Gluten Free Pie Dough

Flaky Gluten Free Pie Dough

As pie baking season is upon us, it’s time to get back to basics with a simple, classic, and perfect pie dough recipe. Even if you’re on a gluten free diet, you shouldn’t have to miss out on layers of tender, flaky crust, ready to be filled with your favorite fillings. But, as with many… Read More »

9/4/2013#WorldCuisine

Chicken Teriyaki

Chicken Teriyaki

At the top of the list on lunchtime bento boxes at Japanese restaurants in the U.S. is chicken teriyaki – pieces of grilled chicken brunched with a sweet and salty glaze. But did you know that this is actually a staple in Japan as well? Teriyaki gets it’s name from teri referring to the glaze… Read More »

7/26/2013#SweetTooth

Blackberry Plum Galette

Blackberry Plum Galette

This stunning berry galette comes together so quickly and easily that the genius responsible dubs it “the lazy girl pie.” A galette is a free form pie originating in France in which the buttery dough is stretched and folded over the filling to contain the fruit and create a perfectly irregular edge. Galettes tend to… Read More »