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 »
Caroline developed an appreciation for fresh, local produce on her aunt’s organic farm and enjoys recreating vegetarian dishes from wherever she travels. She never says no to sweet potatoes, extra guacamole, or dessert in general. And while she had a short fling with cake decorating class, she likes to spend time running, doing yoga, reading magazines and following bands around Boston’s concert venues. When not in class at Emerson College, Caroline peruses food and style blogs. Next year, she hopes to study abroad in Argentina and eat her way through South America.
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Recipes & Blog Posts
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 »
Buñuelos signify celebration and revelry. Whether wrapped in paper at a carnival or concluding a holiday feast, variations of this fried dough dessert appear across many different cultures during the Christmas, Ramadan, and Hanukkah seasons. At first glance, the familiar old-school, round Spanish buñuelo resembles a cream puff or donut hole. But the traditional Mexican… Read More »
Thanksgiving spreads offer an array of fluffy dinner rolls, soft and crispy stuffings, pie crusts, and bread crumb-topped side dishes—not the best combination for the gluten-intolerant. Hosting a gluten-free guest can feel intimidating: ensuring that diners not only finds foods they can eat, but also enjoy recognizable Thanksgiving sides and desserts that beckon seconds. If… Read More »
A popular pumpkin spice latte can give you that extra boost to start the day on a cool fall morning, but it probably won’t meet your dessert time cravings. And there’s no sense in waiting for Thanksgiving to roll around to warrant pumpkin-focused desserts. Enter the pumpkin malt milkshake. This is the classic vanilla malt… Read More »
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