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Giovanni Italian Specialties by Tony Gemignani

I have a soft spot for all things Italian. I love the language, culture and especially the food. When I first moved to San Francisco (after living in Italy) I lived on Telegraph Hill and I did a lof of my shopping in North Beach, which has traditionally been an Italian neighborhood of San Francisco, dating back to the early 1900’s. Show More Summary

Creamy Ziti Florentine

Notice: Undefined variable: readmore in /web/sites/ on line 92 Florence, the capital of Tuscany, is known as the birthplace of the Renaissance. But art is not its only treasure. The food of Florence is renowned, albeit simple and with roots in peasant cuisine. Show More Summary

Simply Recipes Favorite Cookbooks of 2017

Notice: Undefined variable: readmore in /web/sites/ on line 92 Cookbooks. We anticipate their arrival. We love them and cook from them, splattering their pages. They pile up on our counters, bookshelves, and nightstands. Show More Summary

Holiday Pinwheel Cookies

Notice: Undefined variable: readmore in /web/sites/ on line 92 When I was working on my cookbook Marbled, Swirled, and Layered, I had to make some tough choices about which recipes to keep and which to let go. Show More Summary

Istanbul & Beyond Author Robyn Eckhardt

Istanbul & Beyond has been named as one of the top cookbooks of Fall 2017 by Epicurious, Publisher's Weekly and Tasting Table. But the reason I’m so excited about it is that I’ve had wonderful food on my two trips to Turkey. There is so much beyond just the typical kebabs you find in Turkish restaurants in the US. Show More Summary

Meal Plan for November Week 4

Notice: Undefined variable: readmore in /web/sites/ on line 92 Thanksgiving is almost here! Leading up to this momentous day are several days full of prep work. Oh, and we still...Show More Summary

Crispy, Golden Turkey Skin: 4 Methods Put to the Test (and One Winner!)

I’ve been wrist deep in the business end of chickens all week. I’m on a quest to determine the best way to achieve perfect deep, golden, crispy skin, both for our everyday roast chickens and also for that bird of all birds — the Thanksgiving turkey. Why? A well-roasted bird makes an undeniably beautiful presentation on your holiday table. Show More Summary

Why is Vanilla Extract So Expensive Right Now?

If you bake regularly, you may have encountered bit of sticker shock the last time you bought a bottle of vanilla extract. There are a few reasons why we’re seeing higher prices on vanilla right now. Continue reading "Why is Vanilla Extract So Expensive Right Now?" »

Bacon Pepper Jack Cauliflower Casserole

Ingredients:1 medium head cauliflower, lightly steamed and cut into florets (about 2 cups)8 oz brick pepper jack cheese, shredded1 cup whole milk1/2 teaspoon paprika3 tablespoons butter1/4 cup flour1 bunch scallions, chopped2 piecesShow More Summary

Pressure Cooker Green Beans with Tomatoes and Bacon

Have you ever thought to cook green beans in the pressure cooker? They really undergo a transformation under pressure, becoming silky and soft. Add bacon, onions, and tomatoes, and you’ve got a fast and flavorful pressure cooker side dish for the holidays — or anytime! Continue reading "Pressure Cooker Green Beans with Tomatoes and Bacon" »

2 Hour Sheet Pan Thanksgiving for Two or Four: Old Bay Turkey Breast, Roasted Root Vegetables and Herbed Stuffing

Ingredients:for the turkey breast:4 1/4 lb bone-in turkey breastOld Bay for the injectable marinade:2 tablespoons Old Bay1 teaspoon poultry seasoning1/3 cup apple cider vinegar3 tablespoons olive oilfor the roasted vegetables:1 medium...Show More Summary

Pfeffernüsse Spice Cookies

Years ago, I used to host an annual holiday cookie swap at a local nonprofit community center in San Francisco. Friends and members of the community would gather together, bearing large batches of homemade cookies. Everyone would walk...Show More Summary

7 Easy Breakfast Recipes for Thanksgiving Morning

We spend so much time planning Thanksgiving dinner that breakfast is often neglected. A good breakfast, though, is part of a winning strategy. Starving yourself for turkey won’t help—especially if you’re charged with all the cooking. No one want to pass out face first in their gravy. Continue reading "7 Easy Breakfast Recipes for Thanksgiving Morning" »

Fennel Potato au Gratin

Ingredients:3 lb Russet potatoes, peeled and sliced into 1/4 inch thick rounds2 1/2 tablespoons butter1 small bulb fennel, sliced into 1/4 inch thick half-moons1 medium onion, sliced into 1/4 inch thick half-moons2 cloves garlic, minced1/3...Show More Summary

Chili Mac and Cheese

Who can resist two favorite comfort foods combined into one? This recipe pairs cheesy goodness of macaroni and cheese with the onions, tomatoes, and spiced ground beef of a pot of beef chili. The result is the ideal meal to keep you warm on a chilly night. Continue reading "Chili Mac and Cheese" »

11 Urgent Questions about Roasting a Turkey

Most of us only roast a turkey once a year, so we don’t get a lot of practice doing it. Invariably, every year some urgent questions come up about the process — whether it’s your first or fiftieth time doing it. You’ve got this. Never fear! Here are some answers to questions you may have: Continue reading "11 Urgent Questions about Roasting a Turkey" »

Meal Plan for November Week 3

My family’s favorite holiday is fast approaching! We’re a bunch of foodies and Thanksgiving is considered a high-holiday around here. It’s easy to get off track with homemade meals given all the excitement in the air, but I won’t beShow More Summary

How to Make Classic Tiramisu

I’ve always thought of tiramisu as a “restaurant dessert.” You know – one of those fancy desserts that you would never think to make at home. This is mostly because tiramisu is one of two desserts that my mom always orders at restaurants (the other being crème brulee; she likes a classic). Show More Summary

Miso Soup Recipe: 1 minute, 3 minute, 4 minute and 20 minute versions

You’ll learn how to make miso soup, in 4 different ways. Choose the method that fits your time available! Make miso soup in 1 minute…all the way to the authentic version with homemade dashi and miso paste. Plus, important tips on what NOT to do with the bonito and seaweed. Show More Summary

My Mother’s Famous Chinese Egg Rolls Recipe

Authentic (but easy!) Chinese Egg Rolls Recipe from cookbook author Jaden Hair's mother. The post My Mother’s Famous Chinese Egg Rolls Recipe appeared first on Steamy Kitchen Recipes.

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