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Chocolate Peanut Butter Apple Bites and Other Perfectly Sized Treats

Snacks are best when they are easy to eat. We love the following delicious bite sized treats, starting with this amazing Chocolate Peanut Butter Apple Bites with Toasted Maple Pecan Granola. Whew! Just saying it makes us swoon.

Agedashi Tofu: Deep-Fried Tofu in Broth

Agedashi tofu (agedashi d?fu, age dofu or simply age tofu) is a classic Japanese dish that is perhaps the most well-known of all tofu dishes. It’s not a fancy one, in fact, that’s what makes it so wonderful - a celebration of a plain and uncomplicated food.

3 Asian Pickles and Preserves to Add Zest to Any Meal

Asian pickles encompass a food category that both delight the senses and please the palate with their array of flavors from pungent, to sweet, to tart, to savory, and to spicy.

Quick and Easy Microwave Cheddar Cheese Omelette

No need to dirty a pan, we’ve got a 90-second way of making a fluffy and easy cheese omelette - in the microwave!

Vegetarians Make Their Mark Around The World

It’s clear now that vegetarian food is indeed making waves around the globe.  Not long ago it seemed traveling out of the US was a nightmare for vegetarians. I, myself, traveled to France and had an extremely hard time finding vegetarian food, NOT ANYMORE.

Canning Jar Desserts and Dishes That Taste Better In The Jar

Canning jars aren't just for putting up tomatoes (although we love them for just that reason.) Jars also make cute and sort of fancy holders for desserts as well. Who would love to eat their very own little pie in a jar?

Soft Peanut Butter Cup Pretzel Bites and Other Game Day Goodies

Game day is great for sports fan, but less enthusiastic fans that are foodies can get in on the fun by serving awesome snacks and eating their way through hours of boring game time.

Easy Restaurant-Style Beef Broccoli Recipe

Beef and broccoli is an ubiquitous dish, and a favorite among many, found in Chinese-American restaurants. A silky dark sauce, both a bit sweet and salty and brightened with ginger, blankets tender and thinly sliced beef.

Recipe From The Hundred-Foot Journey: Beef Bourguignon a la Hassan

The Hundred-Foot Journey, starring Helen Mirren, Om Puri and Manish Dayal, is a touching story that begins in India and ends in rural France.

Asian Pickles Review and Wasabi Pickled Carrots

Asian Pickles by Karen Solomon explores a new frontier of preserving that goes far beyond the quintessential dill pickle.

Rosemary Roasted Potatoes and Other Side Dishes with 5 Ingredients or Less

These vegetable side dishes are a snap to make and with only 5 ingredients, they can be on the dinner table any night of the week.

Spider Marshmallow Pops and Other Spooky Treats

With the spookiest holiday of the year just around the corner, we love celebrating with food! Making treats that all say "Boo!" makes this fun holiday kid friendly and so much more exciting. Check out these cool recipes for wild and crazy tasty recipes. 

Warm and Toasty Vegetarian Quinoa Chili

Vegetarian chili can be just as delicious as its classic meaty counterpart.  This recipe for quinoa chili is rich, flavorful, and nourishing.  The chili is studded with black beans, pinto beans, and sweet potato to ensure that the dish is plenty hearty.

Showstopping Gluten-Free Mini Cinnamon Cakes

Mini cinnamon cakes from Let Us All Eat Cake by  Catherine Ruehle are a showstopping&nb

Meatless Monday: Indian Spiced Cauliflower with Ginger and Cumin

Cauliflower, along with potatoes and eggplant, is a staple vegetable in the Indian diet.

Cranberry Orange Fudge and Other Treats to Welcome Fall

It's cranberry season here in Maine. This is the best time to stop at one of the roadside cranberry farms and buy a big bag of fresh berries for the winter.

How to Make a Creepy Hand Meatloaf

If you're throwing a Halloween party, this meatloaf hand featured on Tastemade should be the main event.  This scary good recipe is easier to make than you might think.

5 Pink Treats in Honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

A pop of pink at the dessert table is always a pleasant sight to see.  Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, we wanted to share some of our favorite rosy recipes to honor it.  These tasty pink treats will help you raise awareness no matter where you go. 

The New Indian Slow Cooker + Spiced Rice with Potatoes and Peas

The New Indian Slow Cooker by Neela Paniz rethinks traditional Indian recipes to make them accessible and convenient for the busy home cook.

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