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Pumpkin Bars with Streusel Topping

The first glimpse of an orange pumpkin means it’s officially fall. In Seattle, we hit 95 degrees one day, and then the next, it was sweatshirt weather! And I am all for sweatshirt weather. Let’s just keep this train rolling, shall we? These pumpkin bars have a cheesecake-like filling and a crunchy streusel topping. Show More Summary

$75 Review & Giveaway

The Newark Nut Company was founded in 1929 by "Poppy" Sol to sell high-quality roasted nuts and dried fruits at the Mulberry Street open-air market in New Jersey. Fast forward 87 years, third generation cousins are now running the business,...Show More Summary

Shahi Cauliflower Curry

Many years ago, I ran a vegetarian restaurant in Bloomington, Indiana. One of our Indian friends and customers gave me this recipe, which I’ve revised over the years. (Thank you, Santosh, wherever you are!) This is a nice curry for a weeknight since it doesn’t involve too much heavy lifting. Show More Summary

winter squash pancakes with crispy sage and brown butter

There comes times in every cookbook author’s life that they have a very specific kind of gift to bestow on unsuspecting others — tasty, deeply loved dishes that were dismissed/ejected/left homeless in the editorial process because they didn’t make the cut. Show More Summary

Smoked Turkey and Greens Pot Pie

Ingredients:1 cup frozen Lima beans1 cup peeled, diced Russet potatoes1 bunch kale, chopped1/2 cup flour1 carrot, cut into coins2 stalks celery, diced2 cloves garlic, minced2 parsnips, cut into coins1 onion, diced3 tablespoons butter3...Show More Summary

Paleo Chicken Adobo

Do you know the Filipino dish Chicken Adobo? I can’t even say the words without my mouth watering. This one-pot recipe calls for simmering chicken in a tangy, vinegar-based sauce, which I’ve riffed to make gluten-free and Paleo. It’s a very tasty spin on your typical weeknight chicken dinner that everyone can enjoy! Continue reading "Paleo Chicken Adobo" »

Slow Cooker Shredded Chicken Chili

This slow cooker chicken chili recipe is for those days when you would really like to just throw a bunch of ingredients in a pot, wave a magic wand, and have dinner ready exactly on time. That would be nice, right?! There’s no magicShow More Summary

Cuisinart Multi Cooker Review & Giveaway

This review of the Cuisinart MSC 600 Multi Cooker features detailed PROs and CONs of the machine, our recommendations and a giveaway of one machine. Cuisinart 3-in-1 Multi Cooker Review The Cuisinart 3-in-1 Multi Cooker comes in three...Show More Summary

Martha Stewart Collection Giveaway

Martha Stewart products are always so elegant - simple enough for everyday use, and beautifully designed and detailed for entertaining. The newest items in the collection are cake stands, cake knife and server and displays. We are in love with the Jadeite Cake Stand. Show More Summary

Autumn Tabbouleh with Cauliflower, Carrots, and Golden Beets

Tabbouleh is a Lebanese dish that’s traditionally made with lots of chopped parsley and mint, bulgur wheat, and often, ripe tomatoes. It’s simple to make and one of my summer favorites. As we head into colder months, I wanted to translate this summer classic into a side dish for fall meals, featuring cauliflower, carrots, and golden beets. Show More Summary

Smoked Olive Egg Salad

Ingredients:7 hard-boiled eggs1/4 cup mayonnaise1/4-1/3 cup sliced smoked olives1/4 cup finely diced red onion1/4 teaspoon paprika1/2 teaspoon ground mustard (powder)freshly ground black pepperDirections:Slice eggs in half and remove the yolks. Show More Summary

Apple Coffee Cake

Almost every Sunday morning growing up, my father would make a huge apple coffee cake for us after church. We would hungrily watch him pour the batter into the pyrex baking dish, insert apple slices, and sprinkle with streusel topping. Oh...Show More Summary

The best way to store potatoes

In this article, you’ll learn: Difference in storing new potatoes vs. mature potatoes If the potato turns green, is it safe to eat? Is it safe to eat if potato has sprouted? Did you know that potatoes have a “season” – just like anyShow More Summary

pumpkin bread

One of the terrible things that well-intentioned food people do all of the time is get bored with things that everyone loves. Because there’s a there’s a near-constant stream of food media coming in, with time the “hot takes” on apple...Show More Summary

Date Caramel Sauce

A crisp, crunchy, and tart apple dipped in sweet caramel sauce just feels like fall to me. I thought it would be a great idea to make a healthier version of a caramel dip so I could eat this as a snack instead of dessert! This no-cook...Show More Summary

HP Chromebook 11 G4 11.6 Inch Laptop

Congrats to Jill Cowan for winning our last laptop giveaway :-) This HP laptop giveaway is sponsored by me, Steamy Kitchen! Happy Summer to you all! HP Chromebook 11 G4 11.6 Inch Laptop (Intel N2840 Dual-Core, 2GB RAM, 16GB Flash SSD,...Show More Summary

Sweet Potato and Black Bean Tacos

Turning healthy ingredients into a vibrant dinner always feels a little magical to me. These sweet potato and black bean tacos are just such a meal. Smoky roasted sweet potatoes, hearty black beans, and a variety of toppings make this a satisfying meat-free dinner. It’s also is ready to go in about 30 minutes. Continue reading "Sweet Potato and Black Bean Tacos" »

Epicurean Cutting Boards Review & Giveaway

We spent a month enjoying the Epicurean brand of cutting and display boards. I'm very familiar with Epicurean boards, the cooking school that I used to teach at used Epicurean exclusively. They were really easy to care for - all the boards went into the dishwasher at the end of class. Show More Summary

Pasta Skillet with Chicken Sausage, Cheese & Spinach

Do you ever have those days when you feel very lazy about cooking dinner? I’ve been there! Before you pick up the phone to order takeout, let me show you one of my favorite quick and satisfying meals. It’s a skillet pasta dinner and it only takes about 30 minutes to pull together. Continue reading "Pasta Skillet with Chicken Sausage, Cheese & Spinach" »

Shun Knives, Steak Knife Set

Our top picks for premium quality chef’s knives are both Japanese brands – Global and Shun. I have three Global knives – the streamlined, 1-piece stainless steel knives are perfect for women’s hands, and are lightweight. I also love my precious Classic Shun 8? Chef’s Knife, it’s the workhorse knife in my kitchen that gets used most. Show More Summary

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