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Month: January 2018

Double Chocolate Cupcakes

January 31, 2018

Chocolate cupcakes were one of the first recipes I became obsessed with perfecting. To me, the ideal chocolate cupcake is moist with a deep chocolate flavor. The recipe also should produce exactly one dozen cupcakes in a standard muffin tin, no more and no less. Continue reading “Double Chocolate Cupcakes” »

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Double Chocolate Cupcakes

January 31, 2018

Chocolate cupcakes were one of the first recipes I became obsessed with perfecting. To me, the ideal chocolate cupcake is moist with a deep chocolate flavor. The recipe also should produce exactly one dozen cupcakes in a standard muffin tin, no more and no less. Continue reading “Double Chocolate Cupcakes” »

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7 Easy Ways to Make Any Soup Better

January 30, 2018

Soup is soul food, satisfying and warming on a cold day or night. Sometimes, though, you make a pot of soup that’s good and fine, but maybe you wish it were a little bit… better. Maybe you want to take this soup to the next level, and give it something extra to improve the taste, […]

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What to Do With Leftover Vanilla Bean Pods

January 30, 2018

Given that vanilla beans cost more than ever these days, it’s all the more important to make the most of every pod. Leftover vanilla can be a great source of flavor and aroma for your favorite recipes, but only if you use methods aimed at extracting the pods’ water-soluble compounds. Here are some of our […]

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Stuffed Delicata Squash with Quinoa and Mushrooms

January 29, 2018

I’m a card-carrying member of the Delicata Squash Club. When I see mounds of delicata squash at the market, I make a beeline. This squash takes so well to roasting — the sweet flesh hardly needs any adornment because it has so much flavor. The skin is also edible, so there’s no need to peel. […]

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Stuffed Delicata Squash with Quinoa and Mushrooms

January 29, 2018

I’m a card-carrying member of the Delicata Squash Club. When I see mounds of delicata squash at the market, I make a beeline. This squash takes so well to roasting — the sweet flesh hardly needs any adornment because it has so much flavor. The skin is also edible, so there’s no need to peel. […]

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Slow Cooker Brats and Beer Cheese Dip

January 29, 2018

Being stationed in Germany for six years gave me a deep appreciation for two things: beer and bratwurst (sausages) of all kinds. This Brats and Beer Cheese Dip was born out of my love for this German fare and for hosting Super Bowl parties. Honestly, I have no clue about how football is played—I just […]

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Not Your Grandma’s Mushroom Barley Soup

January 29, 2018

Barley is one of those grains that your grandmother probably always had in her pantry. And like many other treasures tucked away on those shelves, barley is chic now and a star ingredient on many trendy restaurant menus. With this modernized recipe, we’re adding barley to a pot of vegetarian soup along with both dried […]

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Slow Cooker Brats and Beer Cheese Dip

January 28, 2018

Being stationed in Germany for six years gave me a deep appreciation for two things: beer and bratwurst (sausages) of all kinds. This Brats and Beer Cheese Dip was born out of my love for this German fare and for hosting Super Bowl parties. Honestly, I have no clue about how football is played—I just […]

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Slow Cooker Brats and Beer Cheese Dip

January 28, 2018

Being stationed in Germany for six years gave me a deep appreciation for two things: beer and bratwurst (sausages) of all kinds. This Brats and Beer Cheese Dip was born out of my love for this German fare and for hosting Super Bowl parties. Honestly, I have no clue about how football is played—I just […]

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Meal Plan for January Week 5

January 27, 2018

Welcome to 2018! Our contributor Summer Miller is back to share her meal plans for the month of January. January is always a reprieve from the hectic holiday season and the one month where our family is light on sports commitments. Fall soccer has ended, spring soccer has yet to begin, and the cold weather […]

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Special Sauce: Jenny Allen on the Joy of Eating a Turkey Burger All by Yourself

January 26, 2018

Ed Levine’s Special Sauce interview with humorist and author Jenny Allen. Read More

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Perfect Popcorn

January 26, 2018

Making popcorn from scratch can be tricky. Not only do you want as many kernels as possible to pop, but you also want to keep the kernels from burning at the bottom of the pan! Until my mother showed me her way of making stovetop popcorn, I usually took the easy way out and used […]

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Perfect Popcorn

January 26, 2018

Making popcorn from scratch can be tricky. Not only do you want as many kernels as possible to pop, but you also want to keep the kernels from burning at the bottom of the pan! Until my mother showed me her way of making stovetop popcorn, I usually took the easy way out and used […]

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Bollito Misto: The Biggest, Baddest Pot of Boiled Meat in the World

January 25, 2018

Bollito Misto, the classic Norther Italian feast of multiple cuts of beef all simmered until tender, is all about using the right cuts of beef, and serving them with a variety of sauces. Read More

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Bollito Misto: The Biggest, Baddest Pot of Boiled Meat in the World

January 25, 2018

Bollito Misto, the classic Norther Italian feast of multiple cuts of beef all simmered until tender, is all about using the right cuts of beef, and serving them with a variety of sauces. Read More

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