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Month: April 2018

Texas Stacked Enchiladas with Corn and Black Beans

April 30, 2018

In my early days of cooking, I had a friend from California who introduced me to what she called Texas Enchiladas. Instead of the usual filled and rolled enchiladas, the tortillas were fried, dipped in sauce, sandwiched with filling and then stacked in layers. I have not been able to discover the exact origin of […]

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Texas Stacked Enchiladas with Corn and Black Beans

April 30, 2018

In my early days of cooking, I had a friend from California who introduced me to what she called Texas Enchiladas. Instead of the usual filled and rolled enchiladas, the tortillas were fried, dipped in sauce, sandwiched with filling and then stacked in layers. I have not been able to discover the exact origin of […]

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The Best Stockpots

April 30, 2018

You can spend close to $400 on a stockpot, but does spending more get you a better pot? To find out, we rounded up 14 models, ranging from around $34 to nearly $383 (at the time of testing), and put them through handling and cooking tests to find the designs that work best. Read More

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Roasted Radish and Feta Salad

April 29, 2018

A big part of learning to cook in my twenties came down to radishes. This was largely due to the fact that I could hit up the farmers market and buy a bunch of fresh radishes for a dollar. Continue reading “Roasted Radish and Feta Salad” »

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Meal Plan for May Week 1

April 28, 2018

This month, Megan Gordon is back with us sharing her weekly meal plans! Megan is a writer and recipe developer living in Seattle, WA, the author of Whole Grain Mornings, and mom to a 2-year-old. Please welcome Megan! May, I thought you’d never come! While I’m not naive enough to think that we’ll magically start […]

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How to Make Classic Chiffon Cake Ultra Airy and Light

April 27, 2018

With a streamlined technique and a few simple tweaks, classic chiffon cake is easier and lighter than ever. The trick is club soda, which lightens and aerates the batter like never before. Read More

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Carrot Top Pesto

April 27, 2018

While carrots are available all year round, the best season for carrots is in the spring, and in the spring you can often find carrots with their feathery green tops still attached. (Cue Bugs Bunny chomping on a carrot, “what’s up doc?”) If you happen to buy carrots with carrot tops, I urge you to […]

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Special Sauce: Elise Bauer on Turning a Food Blog Into a Business

April 27, 2018

Part 2 of Ed Levine’s conversation with Elise Bauer, the founder of Simply Recipes. Read More

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Special Sauce: Elise Bauer on Turning a Food Blog Into a Business

April 27, 2018

Part 2 of Ed Levine’s conversation with Elise Bauer, the founder of Simply Recipes. Read More

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10 Best Pressure Cooker Recipes to Make in Your Instant Pot

April 26, 2018

So many of us have fallen in love with our Instant Pots recently and our appetite for pressure cooker recipes isn’t going to let up any time soon! Are you ready for a few more? Continue reading “10 Best Pressure Cooker Recipes to Make in Your Instant Pot” »

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Freeze-Dried Fruit Amps Up the Color and Flavor of No-Bake Cheesecake

April 26, 2018

Compared to watery fruit purée and sugary jam, freeze-dried fruit packs the most concentrated flavor and color around. Since it contains no water or added sugar, it’s the perfect ingredient to thicken and stabilize a no-bake cheesecake, for a deliciously vibrant, no-fuss dessert. Read More

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Lemon Meringue Pie

April 26, 2018

Lemon Meringue Pie: A Family Favorite My grandmother Mae was notorious for her sweet tooth. How she lived to 97 on a diet that included daily jelly donuts I have no idea. She loved to bake and one of her favorite things to make for us was lemon meringue pie. I still remember the magic […]

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A Guide to Clam Types and What to Do With Them

April 25, 2018

There are thousands of different types of clams around the world. Here is a guide to the varieties you’re most likely to find in the US, from littlenecks and cherrystones to steamers, razor clams, and more. Read More

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Meet the Salteña: Part Empanada, Part Soup Dumpling, 100% Delicious

April 25, 2018

alteñas are the Bolivian version of an empanada, but unlike empanadas, these chubby football-shaped pastries are overflowing with brothy stew. They feature the geyser-like qualities of a soup dumpling, all wrapped up in a sweet and tender crust. Here’s how to make them at home. Read More

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Meet the Salteña: Part Empanada, Part Soup Dumpling, 100% Delicious

April 25, 2018

alteñas are the Bolivian version of an empanada, but unlike empanadas, these chubby football-shaped pastries are overflowing with brothy stew. They feature the geyser-like qualities of a soup dumpling, all wrapped up in a sweet and tender crust. Here’s how to make them at home. Read More

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Meet the Salteña: Part Empanada, Part Soup Dumpling, 100% Delicious

April 25, 2018

alteñas are the Bolivian version of an empanada, but unlike empanadas, these chubby football-shaped pastries are overflowing with brothy stew. They feature the geyser-like qualities of a soup dumpling, all wrapped up in a sweet and tender crust. Here’s how to make them at home. Read More

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