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White on Rice Couple
Sausage Galette with Zucchini, Ricotta and Sage
It’s raining outside and all this hydration is such a welcome treat. Looks like we’re finally out of the drought but won’t take anything for granted. The...
Food Wishes Video Recipes
The Cuban Sandwich – Hold the Mojo
I don’t do a lot of sandwich videos, which is a shame, since the blog posts are pretty easy to write. Anyway, as promised during the last bread video, her...
Funfetti White Chocolate Scones
The other day, I was asked to make a dish for a friend’s birthday. Typically, I would bake up a cake, some cupcakes or a more traditionally dessert birthda...
Gluten-Free Shepherd's Pie Two Ways (one vegan)
[image: Gluten free shepherds pie two ways - one with chicken and one with tofu and veggies and dairy-free cheese topped mashed potatoes] Gluten-Free Sheph...
Low-Carb Recipe Love: The BEST Low-Carb Baked Chicken Recipes from Kalyn's Kitchen
*Every Friday we spotlight low-carb recipes you might want to try and this week I am spotlighting my favorite low-carb recipes for baked chicken, which I t...
chocolate dutch baby
[image: chocolate-dutch-baby] If I had a superpower, it would be rationalizing. Did you find a pair of boots that you love but they’re wildly expensive? Te...
A Glow-promoting, Luminizing Breakfast Beauty Bowl
One of the very best ways to work toward beautiful, luminous, glowing skin is through eating well and mindful hydration. Your skin is often a direct ref...
Dine and Dish
6 Ways to #LiveFull in 2017
What does the term #LifeFull mean to you? For me, it’s all about banning the word busy and embracing the full riches of life. Here are 6 ways to really #...
Chez Us - The Daily Dish
Fit at Fifty Week Twenty One
It has been a somewhat uneventful Fit at Fifty Week Twenty One – not too much to report on. I stayed the same weight which was a pleasant surprise. I h...
Not Without Salt
Shaved Brussels Sprout Salad with Candied Bacon and Cranberries
Life, right? I had the best intentions of sharing this recipe with you all before the holidays and then whoooooosh there they went. But there is no reason ...
Banana Upside Down Cake
In the winter, we often turn to the tropics to get our fruit fixes. Bananas are the most popular fruit in America, and they’re quite popular elsewhere, too...
Chocolate & Zucchini
My Paris Wedding
Buy Clotilde's latest book, The French Market Cookbook! On December 22, 2016, twenty years to the day after our first date, Maxence and I got married. It...
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Soupe de Poissons à la Sétoise
[image: Soupe de Poissons à la Sétoise] Soupe de Poisson(pronounced soup du pua-sohn) literally means "fish soup" in French, but in the US, it generally re...
The Perfect Pantry
The book! The book!
It proved to be no easy task selecting my favorite recipes from among the more than 2,500 posts on this blog from the past ten years, but I've done it. And...
My workshop in Sicily
when may 1 may 6 2017 what: A week spent sketching in the Sicilian hills, the better to take in all the beauty and inspiration. We will cook and we will...
Tsiknopempti – Greek Carnival Feast in Toronto
Join me on Thursday, Feb.16th for Tsiknopempti…Fat Thursday in Greece. The name Tsiknopempti (Burnt Thursday) refers to the smell of charcoal and grill...
Recipe: Healthy and Hearty Roasted Garlic Lover's White Bean Soup
*So good for you and so good tasting, this thick and hearty vegetarian white bean soup is cold weather comfort food at its best (recipe here).* After an u...
Hunter Angler Gardener Cook
Delicately smoked oysters are a fantastic appetizer or snack, and are great on pasta. The post Smoked Oysters appeared first on Hunter Angler Gardener C...
Ms. Adventures in Italy
Top Tastes & Food Finds in 2016
Oh, so many to pick. I thought I’d sift through my food memories (and some locations, too) to share the best of 2016 with you, and hopefully give you a few...
Arctic Char Lettuce Wraps
YouTube Link: Arctic Char Lettuce Wraps More Videos: Helen's Kitchen Channel *Makes 3-4 servings* 1 Lb Arctic Char or Salmon 1 tsp high heat oil 1 head B...
Cooking with Amy
Crab Omelet Recipe
I can’t seem to get enough crab this season. Dungeness crab is only about $7 a pound or so at local markets. I think I’m starting to get better at removin...
Pioneer Woman Cooks
Kale Yes! by Ree
You’ll never guess what happened. Yesterday I went to the grocery store after church because I had this wicked kale recipe in mind for a new blog post here...
Black-eyed pea and hominy casserole
[image: Black-eyed pea and hominy casserole | Homesick Texan] What a year it has been. Every time I looked at the news, it seemed another awful thing was b...
Moving On: New Blog & New Cookbook
So it's been a while since I've posted here. My apologies for that. But, then again, it's because I've been blogging elsewhere and working harder than a ...
When life is in disarray, travel! Which is what I’ve been doing nonstop for a month and a half, and more. The above is a salumi maker from Norcia, a town f...
The curious case of nu-hara - "noodle harassment"
[image: Little girl eating soba] The prevalence of so-called fake news - purported news stories that often spread like wildfire online that turn out to b...
Lottie + Doof
Lottie + Doof Gift Guide 2016
Julianne Ahn makes some of my favorite ceramics at Object & Totem. She has quite a following, so things go fast. But they are worth waiting for. Okay, okay...
the sophisticated gourmet
Crispy Roast Potatoes Recipe
A recipe for the best fool-proof crispy roasted potatoes you'll ever make. The post Crispy Roast Potatoes Recipe appeared first on Sophisticated Gourmet.
Exploring the Fish Market in Jimbaran, Bali
Our little family of five spent three weeks exploring the beautiful Island of the Gods aka Bali earlier this year. We began our family vacation in *Jimbara...
Pinch My Salt
How to Blind Bake a Pie Crust and Prevent Shrinking and Slumping
This method of rolling out pie dough, fitting it to the pie plate, crimping the edges, and blind baking the crust is one you can use with any pie dough rec...
On this day 23 years ago, we went to City Hall. It was a Wednesday. Did we take the day off from work? I don’t remember, but we must have. It was a diffe...
Savory Sweet Life
Beef Peanut Stew
Print Beef Peanut Stew Author: Savory Sweet Life / Alice Currah Prep time: 20 mins Cook time: 8 hours Total time: 8 hours 20 mins Serves: 4-5 servings ...
La Tartine Gourmande
Book Signing in Dublin, Ireland
In a few days, I am off to Europe, and I am oh so excited to announce that, while there, I will be signing copies of my book “My French Family Table” at Ho...
Everyday Dorie: Waffles! With Smoked Salmon Inside and Out
I love sweet waffles bathed in pure maple syrup as much as the next bruncher, but I also love the flip side, the savory side of waffles. Waffles are so ba...
bang bang sauce
Summer in our household means that Saturday nights are for lobster rolls. It’s the least we can do considering we hardly have dinner out these days as chil...
Fave dei morti + Tasting Rome Giveaway
Julia Child once said: “People who love to eat are always the best people.” I’d like to add to that that they also make the best food writers. I know very ...
One Haute Plate
Creating a Healthy Food LIFESTYLE
What’s holding you back from turning your healthy food choices into a total health lifestyle? I have some ideas for you here…
The Amateur Gourmet
My Friend Josh
One of the best people that I know is my friend Josh Phillipson. You may recognize Josh’s name because he was the one who urged me to start The Amateur Gou...
Braised Leeks with Mozzarella di Bufala – Starting off elegantly
A few weeks ago a Los Angeles food memories reminded me of another great combination: braised leeks served with Burrata or Mozzarella di Bufala.
White Nectarine and Purple Basil Mini Cakes
[image: White Nectarine and Purple Basil Mini Cakes] We grow and encourage many flowers within our vegetable patch to attract the bees and beneficial insec...
Food on the Food
Chewy Lime Sugar Cookies
Is there anything better than a simple, perfectly baked sugar cookie? YES! A simple, perfectly baked sugar cookie with a hint of lime and coconut. This was...
The Inadvertent Gardener
Green Thumb Sunday: Rainy tomato cluster
I come to you today for three reasons: 1) it is so windy outside this morning that my entire house will shortly be carried away (to Oz, I hope) and I want ...
Three Many Cooks
Pork Stew with Peppers and Olives
The summer of 1987 when I stepped into Cook’s Magazine’s kitchen as the new test cook, their November/December issue was nearly off to the printer. I hel...
Food Photography & Food Styling Workshop in Stockholm, Sweden
Read more about our new food photography and food styling workshop here! The post Food Photography & Food Styling Workshop in Stockholm, Sweden appeared ...
Ten Things: Cusco & Urubamba / Only In South America
Highlights from our recent trip to Peru with LAN Airlines. Today is all about Cusco and Urubamba. Urubamba, Sacred Valley Of The Incas The largest town in ...
Impeccable Service Served at Terrine
Great service isn’t an accident. It’s a studied art that when performed at a high level seems effortless. When it’s done flawlessly, the effect can elevate...
eat make read
bloody valentine aka blood orange negroni
You guys, Valentine’s Day is right around the corner… like tomorrow. Aaron and I have gotten to the point where we no longer even try to get reservations s...
the arugula files
Last Chance Kale
When Josie was a baby, she ate a lot of kale. Most of the time she ate it with cheese-y grits. Perfect food for feeding a 9 month old: soft, green, delicio...
The Grub Report
NCookieAA ChampionCHIP Bout
But strangely without the chips. Five cookies left. You decide.
can i get all these at one job: more guidance, more responsibility, more learning & more money?
It takes a long time of working in kitchens to develop a knowing over-the-shoulder glance at what the wake of your boat means. Like reading tea leaves, one...
Devour The World
Best Beach in the Caribbean: Caracas Beach, Vieques Island, Puerto Rico
Follow my blog with Bloglovin I will admit that I’m not much of a beach-goer, mostly because I hate being hot and am a bit sun-shy [as noted by my extremel...
Rutabaga, Celery, Dill, & Smoked Chicken Soup
Spring may be on its way, but it’s not here yet. It was snowing in Brooklyn today! Plenty of time left to hunker down with winter vegetable based soups whi...
The Japanese Food Report
Onsen Tamago, or poaching eggs in their shells
Recently, a TV reporter visited my restaurant Ganso and asked a typical reporter question: How many distinct ingredients do we use to make a bowl of ramen?
Alinea At Home
Chestnut, too many garnishes to list
Sometimes, I think there is no more beautiful color in the world than that of a chestnut. A few years ago on Christmas Eve, my friends and I roasted chestn...
Baby Eggplants: The Cute Factor
The other day at Sprouts, a local grocery store, a woman saw me selecting baby eggplant. She asked, "Do you like those?" "Oh, I adore them," I said. "Th...
In My Kitchen - June 2012
Fig Jam and Lime Cordial is a blog I recently discovered. I'm joining in Celia's In My Kitchen meme this month. In My Kitchen ........is a cow. I'm not a b...
Life Begins at 30
Walking on Western Ave.
I'm happiest when I am organizing random projects. In the past few years, it was "Book Club," a group of friends who traveled from Bay Area bar to Bay Area...
Nordljus - en
Athens Snaps - and Frozen Yoghurt with Greek Olive Oil
Apologies for another long absence here – and thank you so much for all your kind words and prayers on my last post, I’m very grateful for your support....
Married ...with dinner
Stalking the sweetly sour
©2010 Married ...with dinner - All rights reserved No reproduction permitted without prior consent ©2010 Married ...with dinner - All rights reserved No r...
Gallery: Favorite Jazz Fest Eats
[image: Cochon de Lait Po'boy. The Best Po'Boy at the Fest. Get one early or you'll be sorry! (at Food Area 1)] Cochon de Lait Po’boy. The Best Po’Boy a...
Jaden's Steamy Kitchen
Smithsonian's Food & Think
The Traveler's Lunchbox
Caviar and Codfish
Tea & Cookies
Whats Gaby Cooking
(not so) Urban Hennery
Black Bean Turkey Chili
[image: Black Bean Chili] It’s January! Meaning as pretty as it may look on a sunny winter day here in Northern California, as soon as I step outside I wa...
King Arthur Flour: Bakers' Banter
How to prevent Bundt cakes from sticking
[image: How-To-Prevent-Bundt-Cakes-From-Sticking via @kingarthurflour] You’re having a party. You need an elegant (but still easy) dessert, something beyon...
Popcorn, The Original Mexican Corn. Maíz Palomero, El Máiz Original de México.
From the un-popped kernel to the fully popped microwave-able snack treat, popcorn's evolution is many millennia old. Popcorn was the first corn in Mexico, ...
Bay Area Bites
Remembering the Obamas’ Food Legacy
It may not have been perfect, but over the last eight years, the Obama Administration took significant strides to promote local and healthy food, both in p...
Chucrute com Salsicha
bolo de laranja kinkan [com azeite & iogurte]
Entre o Natal e o Ano Novo eu fui buscar as laranjinhas kinkans nas árvores de ninguém dentro do campus da UC Davis. Todo ano eu cato essas laranjinhas e f...
Special Sauce: Marcus Samuelsson on Fried Chicken, Russian Invasions, and Jazz
Chef Marcus Samuelsson speaks about opening up The Red Rooster in Harlem, developing a fried chicken recipe, serving as guest chef for President Barack Oba...
What's For Lunch Honey?
Almond Butter Seed Fruit and Nut Granola
“Simple can be harder than complex: You have to work hard to get your thinking clean to make it simple. But it's worth it in the end because once you get t...
Gherkins & Tomatoes
Letting Go of Things that Matter Not
I have a story to tell. It’s not the usual story that unfolds here. It’s a story of meeting up with the inevitability of mortality. As I lay on a stretcher...
She's in the Kitchen
seared brussels sprouts with red onion, rosemary, and lemon
Another chilly, chilly day in Minnesota. After a quick (very quick!) walk, I decided to clean the overloaded fridge. Jams, jellies, soups, and a bag ...
Gluten Free Girl and the Chef
sweet potato and buckwheat noodle soup
We use King Soba gluten-free sweet potato and buckwheat noodles to make a great, quick chicken soup. A delicious way to stave off that January cold. (spo...
The Old Foodie
Twelfth Cake in Rhyme.
After sundown on January 5th is ‘Twelfth Night’, the eve of Epiphany. There has been a long tradition of special cakes to mark the end of the Twelve Days o...
A Veggie Venture
The Man With the Hands? ♥ ♥ ♥ We’re Married!
[image: Our wedding in a meadow] [image: graphic button small size size 10] We've been a couple for eight years and then we married in eight days. Here's th...
The Migration is On: A New Post at Slices of Blue Sky
[image: Sequence by Richard Serra] *Sequence *by Richard Serra (while it was at Stanford)Another post is up at Slices of Blue Sky: "Cocoa...Might Well be ...
Appetite for China
Stir-Fried Beef with Black Pepper + Anolon/Cookbook Giveaway!
How did the summer fly by so quickly? It seemed like only yesterday that I was looking forward to Memorial Day picnics and plugging free summer movies and ...
The Cooking Adventures of Chef Paz
Major Arcana Card Composition in Tarot
How can I get free tarot readin? Tarot cards have gained fame due to their use in purposes of occult science and divinity works such as fortune telling, pr...
Apartment Therapy The Kitchn
Before & After: The Mural That Will Change Your Mind About Murals
Pin it This ruddy red (marsala?) room color is quite nice, but perhaps not entirely suited to its 2-year-old occupant, Vera. Her mother, Petra Probstner...
Reproduction poterie at its best
Reproduction poterie at its best. Inspiration et reproduction de poteries historiques
That time again: Young chefs and the 2016 Oxford Symposium, 8-10 July
I'm chagrined that I haven't posted anything for a full year, but glad to have a good reason to break the silence. The annual and venerable Oxford Symposiu...
Nose To Tail At Home
Fighting with my website host
This is going to be a temporary post, but as it stands I can’t seem to connect to my website at all unless I’m using VPN or my cell phone. Once my hosting ...
Still Life With
What I’m doing in my 9 to 5 is Project 529
Well folks, it’s been so long since I’ve posted here that: A. My not-so-new laptop didn’t have my blog editor installed. B. It took quite a few times for...
Bored with Steamed Vegetables? How to Give Them a Makeover
[image: Steaming vegetables] Steamed vegetables are a great way to boost the plant content of your meal while preserving as many of the nutrients as pos...
Cannelle et Vanille
Please update your RSS feed link
Hello friends, Some of you have reached out to let me know that you are not receiving any of my blog updates through your RSS feed. When I changed blog pl...
Tigers & Strawberries
Site is Down for Maintenance
It’s acting wonky. We hope to have it fixed shortly.
The Ethicurean: Chew the right thing.
Beet me up: Six summery ways to enjoy the sweetest root vegetable
Here in California, our beet harvest is at its peak. Californians ought to make a beeline to their local farmers markets to enjoy the beet bounty before it...
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in praise of sardines
Contigo received a lot of great press today. We open for business tomorrow.
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