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Strawberry Rhubarb Macarons

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 »

Italian Easter Pie

Italian Easter Pie Recipe

This tasty tradition comes to us from Italy, where its name varies from region to region, from Torta Pasqualina in Liguria to Pizza di Pasqua in Umbria. A dense quiche-like dish with some distinctive pizza qualities, Italian Easter Pie is typically enjoyed on Easter Sunday as a hearty way to break Lent. You’ve done so… Read More »

Ricciarelli (Sienese Almond Cookies)

Ricciarelli - Easy Sienese Almond Cookies that are naturally gluten free!

If you’re walking down the cobblestone streets of Siena, either you’ll be tempted to look up at the towering brick spires or you’ll be watching your footing. But trust me here, ignore the towers and risk tripping: the treasures of Siena lie in its pastry shops. Panforte, marzipan, and biscotti are piled into confectionary towers,… Read More »

Guinness Beef Stew

Few dishes are as easy to put together and as comforting as stew. Meat and vegetables are slow cooked to create a wholesome, hearty meal that warms the soul. Stews are a great way to stretch ingredients, tenderize tougher cuts of meat through low and slow cooking, and reduce dishes and clean up time by… Read More »

Whole Blood Orange Tart

One of the greatest confusions in the food world is that when the weather around the country changes to dark and grey, freezing and gloomy, the markets are filled with the absolute brightest of citrus fruit. Oranges of all shapes and sizes, tangerines, blood oranges, meyer lemons, and every shade in between. This is something I’ve… Read More »

Brown Butter Apple Custard Pie

Brown Butter Apple Custard Pie

There may not be a dish that’s as quintessentially American as apple pie. A flaky (preferably homemade) crust cradles filling of crisp yet tender apples spiced with cinnamon and sugar. Some top with another layer of crust, others opt for a crumbly streusel topping. While we’re often of the belief that classics shouldn’t be touched, apple… Read More »

Cheesy Parsnip Fries with Smoky Tahini Sauce

Cheesy Vegan Parsnip Fries with Smoky Tahini Sauce - the secret to making these fries "cheesy" and healthy is using nutritional yeast!

It seems like everyone and their mothers are making fries and chips out of non-traditional veggies these days. Kale chips and carrot fries are now mainstream. For good reason — you can replicate the texture and flavors of these favorite greasy snacks while reducing calories, increasing nutrients, and mixing in some vegetables you may not… Read More »

The Ojo Rojo (Red Eye): A Mexican Hangover Cure

The Ojo Rojo (Red Eye) - a classic Mexican hangover cure that's like a beer bloody mary!

If you’re reading this, it’s very possible that you’re hurting (in the best way possible) for something to cure that morning-after headache or, as I like the call it, the “leftovers from too fun of a night.” As many New Year’s Eve festivities, and other generally rowdy nights, tend to do, the next morning can… Read More »

Danish Puffs

Danish Puffs - a traditional Danish pastry with three distinct layers, a flaky bottom crust topped with puffy pastry and glazed with a sweet, creamy frosting

Every family has its own recipe, the one dish that’s present through the picky childhood phases, passive-aggressive teenage fights, holidays, graduations, marriages, and rainy, lazy days. This is my family’s recipe. The flaky Danish Puff is my grandma’s classic “good morning” to guests. Woe to the ones who sleep in; they will be welcomed into… Read More »

Quick and Easy Peppermint Bark

Quick and Easy Peppermint Bark from the Yummy Supper Cookbook - only 3 ingredients for a delicious holiday treat!

This recipe is from the cookbook Yummy Supper: 100 Fresh, Luscious & Honest Recipes from a {Gluten-Free} Omnivore by blogger and photographer Erin Scott. Read a full review of the cookbook here. Once in a while, you come across a recipe that is too simple to be true. Here, that is certainly not the case…. Read More »

Mexican Buñuelos with Spiced Brown Sugar Syrup

These Mexican Buñuelos are a traditional holiday dish! They're sweet and crispy tortilla-like fritters drizzled with a spiced brown sugar syrup.

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 »

Pumpkin Spice Malt Milkshake with Gingersnap Crumble

Pumpkin Spice Malt Milkshake with Gingersnap Crumble

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 »