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21 Italian-American Recipes, From Baked Ziti to Bolognese

Baked ziti, chicken parm, juicy meatballs, and all the other red-sauce-covered, cheese-smothered Italian-American delights you could hope to stuff yourself with.

Best Flour Sifter Reviews In a Budget

If you are in search for the best flour sifter in an affordable price range, then you are in the right place. Today we are here to discuss some of the finest and reasonable flour sifter options. Later in we will also discuss some essential buying tips. Show More Summary

How to Make Crispy Chocolate Popcorn

Transform plain popcorn into a crispy chocolate treat with just a handful of pantry staples.

A Spicy, Boosted Nut Butter

Around here we call this fire butter, but that's probably being overly dramatic. It's an invigorating mix of ground ginger, cinnamon, and cayenne pepper blended with walnuts and vanilla extract into a homemade walnut butter. If I have maca powder or mesquite flour on hand, I add those too. Show More Summary

Whiskey Spiced Walnuts

I love a good bar snack when I’m out enjoying a cocktail with friends. Bar snacks are there to put a little something in your stomach and tickle your thirst for another drink. For me, the best ones are crunchy and perfectly walk the line between sweet and salty. These Whiskey Spiced Walnuts... The post Whiskey Spiced Walnuts appeared first on Baking Bites.

5 Delicious and Easy Dinners You’ve Got to Try This Week!

Happy Monday! We've got just a few days left of Summer before we welcome the Autumnal Equinox on Friday. I love the sound of Autumn in lieu of Fall, don't you? Fall just sounds so, well, less peppy than Summer. While I'm saddened that...Show More Summary

Sheet Pan Garlic and Herb Roasted Vegetables

Vegetables, lots of healthy, brightly colored vegetables, is what I love most about summer. And fruit. Well, and sunshine, lots and lots of sunshine and no rain (we get puh-lenty of that here in Seattle the other 8-9 months of the year). Show More Summary

18 Rosh Hashanah Desserts to Guarantee a Sweet New Year

From classic honey cake and rugelach to apple pie and saffron ice cream, we've got all the recipes you need to finish off your Rosh Hashanah dinner right.

Ten Refrigerators that Inspire Healthy Eating

I believe in the power of a tidy, happy refrigerator - even if I don't always succeed. And those of you who follow me on Instagram know I like to take a few minutes to freshen up my refrigerator each weekend. I'm working on a more detailed...Show More Summary

A Big, Crunchy, Better Breakfast Cereal

I'm going to share with you a bigger, better, crunchier breakfast cereal. Some of you aren't going to be interested in this concept at all, and that's cool (I think a taco recipe is up next). For some of you, this is going to be a game changer. Show More Summary

Pear Walnut Snack Cake

This Pear Walnut Snack Cake is a delicious and easy to make cake that is loaded with fall flavors. It has juicy chunks of fresh pear and crunchy toasted walnuts in a tender cake batter that is flavored with maple syrup, brown sugar, ginger and allspice. One of the things that... The post Pear Walnut Snack Cake appeared first on Baking Bites.

The Food Lab: How to Cryo-Blanch Vegetables

This genius trick allows you to par-cook your small, slender vegetables, like green beans, in advance before sautéing.

Fantastic Pumpkin Recipes Worth Making this Fall

Because pumpkin recipes can often be so wrong, you need a list of when they are so right. A hit-list of recipes to have in rotation for peak pumpkin (and winter squash) season. Emphasis on dinner, emphasis on savory. 1. Pumpkin and Rice Soup - (101 Cookbooks) Six ingredients stand between you and this favorite ginger-chile kissed pumpkin soup. Show More Summary

Bites from other Blogs

The end of summer can be an exciting time for baking. Not only do you have the last of summer fruits hanging around – sometimes for weeks, depending on your part of the country – but you also have permission to start to bring in fall spices. I’ve baked pumpkin bread in the... The post Bites from other Blogs appeared first on Baking Bites.

Brilliant Non-Alcoholic Cocktails Everyone Loves

Non-alcoholic cocktails don't have to be a bummer. Seriously, I mean that. And there are a lot of compelling reasons to enjoy them over their boozy counterpoints. For example, if you're pregnant, if you're attempting to improve yourShow More Summary

Brown Sugar Cinnamon Blondies

Nothing makes the kitchen smell like fall faster than baking a dish that uses a lot of cinnamon. When it’s warm, cinnamon becomes aromatic enough to fill the whole house with its scent – and get your mouth watering for whatever sweet and spicy treat is baking. These Brown Sugar Cinnamon Blondies... The post Brown Sugar Cinnamon Blondies appeared first on Baking Bites.

Apple Pie Oreos, reviewed

Oreo just launched their newest seasonal flavor and it’s a good one: Apple Pie Oreos. The flavor is the newest in a long line of limited edition Oreos that have featured a wide variety of flavors, from lemon to s’mores. Apple pie is not the first apple flavor... The post Apple Pie Oreos, reviewed appeared first on Baking Bites.

Seven Great Blender Dressings to Keep on Hand

Blender dressings are the best. They typically have a short list of ingredients, and come together in a whirl and blitz of the blender. The most important thing about them? They're not just for salads. You can use these dressings on grain bowls, inside spring rolls, spread on sandwiches, and spooned onto tacos. Show More Summary

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