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Turkey Meatball Soup with Spinach and Orzo

These baby meatballs are so cute you’ll fall hard for them. Use your hands to mix them in a bowl with a little Parmesan and some parsley – you’ll feel like an Italian nonna! Once shaped, the meatballs go into a soup with orzo and lots of baby spinach. Show More Summary

Cheesy Bruschetta Chicken Cutlets

This is a fast-as-it-gets weeknight dinner, perfect for those midweek nights when you’re ready to cave and order a pizza instead of cooking. Put the phone down, open the pantry, and you’ll have these cheesy bruschetta-topped chicken cutlets ready in about fifteen minutes! Continue reading "Cheesy Bruschetta Chicken Cutlets" »

DIY Tamale Kit Giveaway!

I’ve written about Global Grub before and their wonderful DIY cooking kits. I am particularly fond of the tamale kit, which while I hate to admit it, makes better tamales better than I do. I’ve followed plenty of recipes and even have a book on tamales, but this kit is tops. Show More Summary

pistachio cake

Now that I’ve gotten a few bigger projects out of the way — hooray! And more soon on all of that, eee — I have a little more time again to do the things I like: read books with pages, fuss endlessly over our charges, get excited about...Show More Summary

Brazilian Steakhouse Fogo de Chao $100 Gift Certificate

We recently dined at Fogo de Chão Brazilian Steakhouse - here's our review, including a $100 gift certificate that's good for any of their locations in the United States! Fogo de Chão Las Vegas Review One of the most popular dining concepts...Show More Summary

Ham and Egg Bakes

Drop an egg into a skillet with butter and you get, well, a fried egg. But slip that same egg into a buttered ramekin and let it cook gently in the oven, and you get something entirely different: a soft, spoonable custard that’s so much...Show More Summary

Salmon Avocado Poke Bowl

The first time I ever ate raw fish was when I was about ten or eleven years old. I was at a Japanese buffet, and my mother told me to eat only the expensive foods so we would get our money’s worth, which meant seafood and sashimi. Of...Show More Summary

How to Make Mongolian BBQ at Home

DIY Mongolian barbecue is one of the most fun, interactive meals you can have at home! Each person can choose their ingredients and perform a 5 minute stir-fry at the table for their custom dish. We created this recipe for San-J, using...Show More Summary

granola bark

In a departure from pretty much all of our norms, we went to Las Vegas this past weekend to celebrate a friend’s big birthday because… why not? Possibly needless to say, my opportunities these days to take long plane rides with no kids,...Show More Summary

Ham & Spring Vegetable Pasta Salad

Ingredients:1 1/2 cups cubed ham1/2 lb asparagus, cut into bite-sized pieces12 oz small pasta, cooked and cooled1 cup fresh or frozen peas1/2 red onion, diced1 baby cucumber, diced1 (loose) cup baby aruguladressing:1 teaspoon paprika1/4-1/2...Show More Summary

Baked Eggs and Ham

Drop an egg into a skillet with butter and you get, well, a fried egg. But slip that same egg into a buttered ramekin and let it cook gently in the oven, and you get something entirely different: a soft, spoonable custard that’s so much...Show More Summary

Rhubarb Fool

There’s no fool like a rhubarb fool, and now is the time for it. The arrival of rhubarb in the market always cheers me. Spring is here! This British dessert goes way back — we’re talking about a few hundred years — and it was originally...Show More Summary

Creamy Asparagus Soup

When spring arrives and asparagus are in season, they are hard to resist, right? Those green soldiers salute us as we enter the produce section of the market, challenging us to make good use of them while we can! Here is a fresh and easy asparagus soup that makes delicious use of our seasonal asparagus. Show More Summary

Favorite Gluten-Free Passover Recipes

Easter is coming this weekend, but Passover which started on Monday night isn't over yet and it won't be over until this coming Tuesday night so I'm sharing my all time favorite recipes to get you through the next few days. As you probably know, you can't use traditional flour during Passover. Show More Summary

Egg Salad with Ham and Watercress

Ingredients:6 hard-boiled eggs1/4 cup mayonnaise1-2 tablespoons Dijon2/3 (loose) cup watercress4 oz cubed ham3 scallions/green onions, chopped1/4 teaspoon smoked paprikasaltfreshly ground black pepperDirections:Slice eggs in half and remove the yolks. Show More Summary

Hot Cross Buns

Have you ever made hot cross buns? They’re an Easter tradition, a soft, slightly sweet, spiced yeast roll speckled with currants and often candied citron. They’re marked with a cross on top (hence the name), signifying a crucifix, and...Show More Summary

Honey Soy Ginger Black Cod Recipe

Black cod is probably my most favorite fish because it is so luscious. It’s also really easy to cook. It doesn’t need the kid glove treatment that halibut requires. It’s so moist it’s hard to overcook. I usually cook it with miso, but...Show More Summary

Prosciutto-Wrapped Asparagus

Whenever I’m in the mood to give oven-roasted asparagus a little pizzazz – for Easter brunch or Mother’s Day, for instance — I wrap thin slices of prosciutto around the asparagus spears. This is such an easy way to make the roasted asparagus...Show More Summary

Easy-Peel Hard Boiled Eggs in the Pressure Cooker

Like many of you, I abandoned the dream of finding one surefire method for making consistently perfect hard boiled eggs some time ago. After trying a few too many “foolproof” tricks with spotty results, I relegated easy-peel eggs to the...Show More Summary

How To Make French Crêpes

For a dish that seems so fancy, crepes are surprisingly easy to make at home. After all, they are just thin pancakes – but oh, what pancakes! The ancient origins of crepes are found in Brittany on the coast of France, where their popularity spread to make them one of today’s most beloved national dishes. Show More Summary

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