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How about this Cauliflower + Roasted Garlic Soup? It's easy and perfect for Sunday dinner :)


10 Small, Fun Projects For Your Day Off Recipes from The Kitchn
2/16/14 11:36 AM

Pineapple curd is delicious!


Beyond Lemon: 3 More Fruit Curds to Try Gilt Taste
2/1/14 02:37 PM

As a matter of fact, there is! Wholesome Sweeteners makes an organic, non-GMO light corn syrup. I haven't used it before, but I rather enjoy their organic evaporated cane juice and dark brown sugars! http://www.wholesomesweeteners.com/Products/productdetail/tabid/170/PId/26/Organic-Light-Corn-Syrup.aspx


Corn Syrup vs. High-Fructose Corn Syrup: There Is a Difference
12/13/13 01:08 PM

@edgy13 - I've separated eggs like this for years, and working in bakeries for the past 6+ years, and I've never had a problem with the eggs not whipping up due to any oils on my hands. I think if you're really concerned about it, a quick soapy wash of your hands with hot water before you separate the eggs by hand should eliminate any trace oils that could potentially screw up your meringues/souffles/etc :)


The Best Way to Separate an Egg Is With Your Hands Tips from The Kitchn
12/12/13 07:28 PM

My family doesn't really have any major breakfast traditions on Christmas morning. We make the big Christmas meal for Christmas Eve dinner, and my mom always makes cranberry bread. We usually have slices of that warmed with butter after the gifts are opened, and snack on Christmas cookies and candy!


What Is Your Traditional Christmas Morning Breakfast? Reader Survey
12/12/13 05:32 PM

Even in socks or slippers, my feet tend to get cold in the winter, especially with my tile floors. I'll plug in a heating pad and set it on the floor at my desk so I can rest my feet on it when I'm at the computer and it keeps them nice and warm!


5 Ways to Keep Yourself Warm at Home
12/11/13 02:15 PM

For elementary school lunches, I remember most often getting peanut butter and jelly sandwiches (which I hated), maybe a little baggie of potato chips, a thermos of milk (I loved my My Little Pony lunchbox and thermos!), and often a Little Debbie snack. The household favorite was Oatmeal Creme Pies, but my favorite were Star Crunch or Fudge Rounds. I would totally eat them first.
My neighbor (spoiled rich kid) always ate nacho cheese Doritos or cheese Pringles, tons of Flintstones sherbet push-up popsicles, and probably lots of soda thought I don't remember specifically. My sisters and I only got soda on special occasions, or maybe Friday nights when we always had pizza for dinner.


Lunchbox Favorites: Remembering the Treats That Thrilled Me As a Kid
9/7/13 04:25 PM

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13 Food & Drink Pinterest Users You Should Follow
8/28/13 09:31 PM

Shelled sunflower seeds, or roasted salted soy nuts! Also, the parmesan crisps are a great idea. I just made some last night, cut into rounds, to garnish a big homemade panzanella salad :)


5 Ways to Add More Crunch to Your Salad
7/15/13 07:26 PM

Oops, nm! I misread what you wrote.


Take 5: Peony Prints for the Home
6/1/13 01:46 PM

Did you mean 5 weeks? 50 weeks is nearly the whole year.


Take 5: Peony Prints for the Home
6/1/13 01:45 PM

The key to getting that shiny, crackly top on brownies is to make sure the sugar is well-dissolved in the batter. Before adding the flour, make sure the batter is very shiny and that it doesn't feel too grainy between the fingers, and make sure to scrape the bowl well between each addition of ingredients, and at the end!


How Do I Make Brownies With Shiny, Crackly Tops? Good Questions
5/4/13 11:58 AM

I made some delicious tart and sweet Grapefruit Brûlée Bars yesterday! They're perfect for springtime :)


What's Cooking This Weekend? Weekend of April 27-28, 2013
4/28/13 12:47 PM