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13 Ways to Eat Asparagus for Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

Posted by Kerry Brunelle

13 Ways to Eat Asparagus for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

When we see seasonal produce pop up in farmers markets and grocery stores, it is a sure-tell sign that spring has sprung. In particular, asparagus is in season from February to June, peaking in April. Asparagus is an extremely versatile vegetable. It can be eaten raw, blanched, roasted, or sautéed, and it lends itself to… Read More »

How to Make Peeps S’Mores

Posted by Vijay Nathan

How to Make Peeps S'Mores for Easter

We’re going to keep this one brief, because sometimes the best (read: most ridiculous) things in life deserve as little explanation as possible. I (Vijay) would like to take credit for this one but, in reality, all kudos for this idea goes to my Easter (and Peep)-obsessed colleague Kate who insisted that we had to… Read More »

A Complete Guide to Thai Curry: Everything You Wanted to Know

Posted by Lizzie Tilchin

A Complete Guide to Thai Curry: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know Including Recipes, Tips, and Tricks!

Ever wondered how all different curries are distinguished from one another? Spoiler alert: it’s not just the color that sets them apart. Curry characteristics differ across Southeast Asia depending on region, as do they differ in our many western adaptations. Some of the factors that influence curry recipes are geographical – what local ingredients are… Read More »

Seeing Red – A Valentine’s Day Menu for Two

Posted by Kerry Brunelle

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, but don’t fret if you didn’t snag a reservation at the latest hip restaurant in town. We’ve designed a romantic, red-themed menu that has you covered from drinks to dessert. By cooking Valentine’s Day dinner in the comfort of your own home, you can handpick the menu and… Read More »

11 Healthy Salads That Are Filling Enough For Dinner

Posted by Lizzie Tilchin

11 Healthy, Protein-Packed Salads That Are Filling Enough For Dinner

As we find ourselves several weeks into the New Year, “2015” is starting to sound a little less strange, we’re no longer incessantly scribbling down/crossing out the incorrect date, and we’re doing what we can to stay toasty. Part of this larger adjustment involves transitioning from the ever-indulgent holiday season, replacing brazen cookie binges with… Read More »

50 Healthy Slow Cooker Recipes from Breakfast to Dinner

Posted by Caroline Cassard

50 of the Best Healthy Slow Cooker Recipes from Breakfast to Dinner

There’s something so cozy about a slow cooker. Its low-maintenance, says “Forget about it” until you walk in the door, and voilà: dinner is served. But slow-cooked “comfort food” doesn’t limit its options to traditional cheesy potatoes and meatloaf. And while you might try to lighten the caloric intake in the new year, you aren’t… Read More »

13 Last Minute Make Ahead Christmas Breakfast Ideas

Posted by Caroline Cassard

13 of the Best Last Minute, Make Ahead Christmas Breakfast Recipes

Christmas morning is a whirlwind of early risers and impossible-to-wake dozers met by a wrapping paper eruption and a full day’s plans of greetings and gatherings. The last thing you need to hear is “What’s for breakfast?” or “Is it ready yet?” on top of the obligatory “Are we there yet?” Holiday meals are about indulging… Read More »

What I Drink: The Sangre & Sand Cocktail

Posted by Vijay Nathan

The Sangre and Sand Cocktail - a twist on the classic Blood & Sand cocktail with mezcal and cranberry syrup

Welcome to another edition of #WhatIDrink, a joint series between me (Vijay), Brandon of Kitchen Konfidence, and Brian of A Thought For Food, where we share our favorite cocktails. You can see the first edition here. Today’s theme is New Year’s Eve cocktails! New Year’s Eve has always been a big to-do in my family’s… Read More »

50 of the Best Food Blogger Christmas Cookie Recipes

Posted by Lizzie Tilchin

Between twinkling lights, thoughtful gifts, the prospect of a “White Christmas,” and the opportunity to spend quality time with loved ones, there is much to appreciate about the holiday season. Adding to our cheer is an abundance of festive cookies, gracing dessert spreads at holiday parties, and filling our kitchens with irresistible scents (also to… Read More »

How to Host a Feast of the Seven Fishes Dinner

Posted by Kerry Brunelle

How to Host a Feast of the Fishes Dinner - a complete menu from start to finish for this traditional holiday dinner

For many, Christmas conjures up visions of ham, turkey, eggnog, and cookies. However, for a spoiled few, only one thing comes to mind: fish. The Feast of the Seven Fishes is a Southern Italian and Italian-American tradition celebrating Christmas Eve. It originated with the Roman Catholics, who abstained from more expensive meat and dairy on… Read More »