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Cooking Video: Caramel Apple Pie by Ree

Hi, friends! I’ve been wanting to share occasional video clips from my various Food Network episodes, so you could catch some recipes that you might have missed here and there. And so you can see my various cosmetic experiments, but that’s another story for another time. Let me know what you think! This particular recipe […]

Thanksgiving Recipes for You! by Ree

I can’t believe Thanksgiving is next week! I hope you’ve been checking out all the amazing posts over on Food & Friends—I’ve found more than a couple of things that I’m dying to try. Food & Friends – Thanksgiving Recipes Seriously, you owe it to yourself to browse through the Food & Friends recipes. The […]

Veggie Stir-Fry by Ree

This gorgeous, luscious stir-fry will knock your socks off! It’s so easy to make and is big on flavor, and here’s my favorite thing about it: You can prep all the veggies and make the sauce up to 24 hours in advance, and just keep them in separate containers in the fridge. Then, when you […]

No-Bake Peanut Butter Bars by Ree

I made these on a recent episode of my Food Network show, and they’re too tasty for words! They’re a super-simple no-bake bar that uses mostly pantry ingredients, and they’re a great treat to have in the fridge for after-school snacks…or, in my case, after breakfast snacks. But that’s more my issue than yours.   […]

Apple-Pecan Mini Pies by Ree

This is a variation of the Apple Peanut Butter Delights I posted awhile back, but these have a scrumptious apple pie flavor that’ll knock your apple pie-loving socks off. I made them on a whim last week when Todd had a friend over and was surprised by how tasty the little suckers were. It’s the […]

Chickpea Curry by Ree

This is an utterly scrumptious, super-flavorful pantry meal that happens to be one of the fastest ways to satisfy a curry craving that might strike you here or there. I love chickpeas, but I mostly eat them cold, whether whole in salads or pureed in hummus. I forget how delightful they are in soups and […]

Food to Make on The Fourth!

I can’t believe the Fourth of July is in two short days! We’re gearing up for our annual gathering, where Marlboro Man will grill a bunch of steaks and everyone will bring their favorite potluck dish. I love thinking about food this time of year, and here are some of my favorites! Hope you find […]

No-Bake Peanut Butter Bars

I made these on a recent episode of my Food Network show, and they’re too tasty for words! They’re a super-simple no-bake bar that uses mostly pantry ingredients, and they’re a great treat to have in the fridge for after-school snacks…or, in my case, after breakfast snacks. Show More Summary

Apple-Pecan Mini Pies

This is a variation of the Apple Peanut Butter Delights I posted awhile back, but these have a scrumptious apple pie flavor that’ll knock your apple pie-loving socks off. I made them on a whim last week when Todd had a friend over and was surprised by how tasty the little suckers were. Show More Summary

Chickpea Curry

This is an utterly scrumptious, super-flavorful pantry meal that happens to be one of the fastest ways to satisfy a curry craving that might strike you here or there. I love chickpeas, but I mostly eat them cold, whether whole in salads or pureed in hummus. Show More Summary

Coffee is My Life

Good or bad, right or wrong, I wouldn’t want to live in a world without coffee. I start each morning with iced coffee, and it’s the best way to start the day. Here are some of my favorite coffee recipes throughout the years! Some are drinks, some are sweets, all are heavenly. Show More Summary

Crunchy French Toast

I just have one word to describe this French toast: Oh my. And okay, that was two words. But that’s how good this French toast is. It causes me to lose complete track of how many words I’m using. It also causes me to stop what I’m doing...Show More Summary

Peach Salsa

The first time I ever tried peach salsa was in 1993. Don’t ask me how I’m able to remember these things. Honestly, on a scale of 1 to 10 in terms of daily forgetfulness, I would say I rank upwards of 8 or 9. It’s only because I now faithfully use a to-do app on my phone that I am able to function as a normal person, but my natural state is scatterbrained forgetfulness. I…

Memorial Day is Delicious!

I usually share a roundup of Memorial Day-friendly recipes on the Friday before, because Memorial Day is the kickoff for summer holidays.   Restaurant Style Salsa. Make it by the gallon! Truly the best salsa in the universe.       Grilled Corn Guacamole. Show More Summary

Homemade Chicken Nuggets

Chicken nuggets. What can we say about them? They’re so simple, so ubiquitous, such a steady component in the diet of American kids. And okay—American kids’ parents. And the choices—they’re abundant! From fast food restaurants to big...Show More Summary

Strawberry Mini-Muffins

I’m doing some blog cooking today and tomorrow, so I’ll have some new recipes to share with you in the coming days and weeks. Meanwhile, I posted a new recipe over on Land O’ Lakes and I wanted to share it here to make sure you saw it! They’re Strawberry Mini-Muffins with a yummy, tart strawberry butter to spread on them when they’re warm. Show More Summary

National Eat What You Want Day

Official food days crack me up. There’s everything from National Tater Tot day to National Whipped Cream day, and they’re always fun to hear about. (Not to mention observe. Ha.) I just found out that today is National Eat What You Want Day, and in honor of that, here are some recipes to help you celebrate!   Cinnamon Rolls! Go for it. Show More Summary

Brown Eggs and Jam Jars Giveaway!

Some of you may be familiar with Aimée Wimbush-Bourque from her beautiful cooking blog Simple Bites. Aimée is a former chef and mom of three who lives on an urban homestead outside of Montréal, Canada. I’ve known her for years as a foodblogger, and I love her beautiful recipes, her attention to detail, and her homey, delicious take on life. Show More Summary

My Favorite Cinco de Mayo Recipes!

Happy Cinco de Mayo, friends! And by the way, have you ever wondered what the heck Cinco de Mayo is? Well, here’s a post explaining it! In a nutshell, it’s a holiday whose celebration is pretty much limited to America, but has come to be a time to celebrate Mexican heritage and pride. Show More Summary

Toasts!

I was in Los Angeles last week, and my sister Betsy and I ate our way across the city. One thing I noticed was that toasts were absolutely everywhere, on every menu, in a million different forms. And if you don’t know what “a toast” is, you’re about to laugh at the simple description. Show More Summary

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