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Blackberry and Creamy Goat Cheese Sticky Buns

Blackberry and Creamy Goat Cheese Sticky Buns

A great Sunday brunch with friends or family is crucial to ending the perfect weekend. While it’s easy to roll out of bed around noon and stop by your favorite brunch spot, it’s way more rewarding to get into the kitchen and make something from scratch–and what’s more comforting than warm sticky buns? This recipe… Read More »

7/1/2014#Healthy

Quinoa Snack Bars with Goji Berries, Oats, and Nuts

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Chances are you’ve tried it in stir frys as a substitute for rice. You’ve had it hot for dinner, cold in salads, and maybe you’ve even upgraded your oatmeal with it for breakfast. Quinoa just might be the most versatile grain (actually seed) out there. Now, we’re giving you another way to incorporate the superfood… Read More »

6/8/2014#GlutenFree

Gluten Free Peach and Cherry Quinoa Crumble

Gluten Free Peach and Cherry Quinoa Crumble - use quinoa to create a crumbly gluten free crust for a sweet cherry and peach crumble!

Sometimes it is just too hot in the summer for a heavy, decadent dessert. This peach and cherry quinoa crumble is the perfect alternative — sweet and satisfying without being over-the-top. Peaches and cherries bake together with honey and coconut oil to form a warm, gooey base and then are topped with an unconventional mixture:… 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 »

Grilled Watermelon Salad with Feta

Grilled Watermelon Salad with Feta

Watermelon slices are a staple at cook-outs, picnics, and practically any summertime get-together that involves food. Whether you treat it like a palette-cleansing desert, carve the rind into a fruit salad bowl, or never seem to get a slice before it disappears, dribbling down your guests’ faces, you’ve got to try it grilled. The first… Read More »

5/13/2014#Healthy

Apple Radish Slaw with Honey Lime Jalapeño Vinaigrette

Apple Radish Slaw with Honey Lime Jalapeño Vinaigrette

When we say “slaw,” your mind probably jumps straight to cabbage-based, mayo-packed cole slaw – a common attendee of the American barbecue. Did you know that there is a whole realm of healthier, lighter (often Asian-inspired) slaws that contain zero mayonnaise? In this case and point, Liz keeps it light and colorful with a crunchy… Read More »

5/12/2014#Meatless

Wheat Berry, Rye, and Kale Salad

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If you need a salad that’s not a “salad,” something that sets off musical notes when the fork hits your taste buds, something that plays with the harmonies of flavor, we’ve got you covered. This salad starts with wheat and rye berries, the kernels that get ground up to become wheat flour and rye flour…. Read More »

Double Chocolate Zucchini Bread

Double Chocolate Zucchini Bread

You know a breakfast bread has made it big when it earns its own national holiday. In honor of National Zucchini Bread Day, we wanted to celebrate the only way we know how– by adding extra chocolate. Eliza’s chocolate zucchini bread recipe combines the healthy aspect of shredded squash with cocoa, a dusting of espresso powder,… Read More »

Moroccan Fish Skewers with Barramundi

Moroccan Fish Skewers with Barramundi

It’s time to fire up the grill for a taste of Northern Africa in your own kitchen. Instead of using traditional chicken or lamb on these kabobs, Emily threads chunks of spice-coated barramundi onto skewers with vegetables then grills them until charred on the outside yet falling apart and tender. Barramundi is meaty enough to… Read More »

4/3/2014#SweetTooth

Angel Food Cake

Angel Food Cake

This sweet, spongy cake with its golden brown crust is the perfect canvas for a spoonful of strawberries. Made with only seven ingredients and a bit of patience, this homemade dessert is moist, tender, and light. It gets its rise, not from baking powder or baking soda, but solely from egg whites that are beaten… Read More »