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Archive for January, 2012

Grown-up S’mores

These sophisticated bite-size treats are a take on some of my favorite childhood flavors; they’re a combination of S’mores and a Mounds bar. Cinnamon graham cracker cookies are topped with milk chocolate ganache, candied pecans, sweet coconut and finished with an ethereal almond scented toasted meringue. I get the meringue evenly toasted by using a [...]

Beer, Bourbon and Barbecue

How can you make eating barbecue even better? Add unlimited beer and bourbon tastings, of course. At the Beer, Bourbon and Barbecue Festival that kicked off in New York City this past weekend, revelers ate their way through pulled pork sandwiches and classic collard greens while sucking down craft brews and whiskeys. New York City [...]

13 Dishes, Perfected

Get ready to get hungry: We’ve got a sneak peek of the 13 dishes that won their creators a spot on season two of The Perfect 3. From German chocolate cake with a hint of bourbon to vegan banana bread-French toast cupcakes, bacon lasagna to smokey turkey meatballs, it’s sure to be a delicious season. [...]

Meatless Monday: Macaroni and Four Cheeses

Make a big batch of mac and cheese (made with four kinds of cheese plus pureed squash) for Meatless Monday and bring the leftovers for lunch.

A Food Hoarder’s Kitchen

Are you a food hoarder?  Food hoarding is defined by three basic characteristics: Excessive acquisition of food Inability to organize it Extreme discomfort getting rid of it This Sunday @ 8pm ET, join Cooking Channel for a glimpse into the world of people who can’t part with their food in Stuffed: Food Hoarders.

Whole Wheat Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

Whether it’s to fulfill our New Year’s resolutions or a matter of just wanting to comfortably fit into our favorite jeans, most of us want to eat healthier this time of year. But eating wholesome doesn’t have to mean giving up everything that tastes good or denying oneself every sweet treat. Life is meant to [...]

Cookbook Giveaway: Simple Asian Meals

A craving for Asian takeout doesn’t have to mean the end of your healthy eating resolutions. With the new cookbook Simple Asian Meals: Irresistibly Satisfying and Healthy Dishes for the Busy Cook, Asian food expert Nina Simonds shares more than 100 easy, wholesome and healthy recipes for Chinese, Japanese, Thai and Vietnamese favorites. From soups, [...]

Thirsty Thursday: A Beer and a Ball

It’s more than just alliteration; it’s a statement, a proclamation that Thursdays are when the weekend should really start. Kicking it off right is the key, and what better way than with a cocktail that not only takes the edge off, but tastes good too. Last week we shared a recipe for a Brown Butter Old Fashioned; [...]

Light and Sweet: Pavlova for Dessert

Craving a decadent dessert, but still want to keep it light? It isn’t an impossible request. Pavlova is a sweet pillow of crisp meringue, topped with tart lemon curd and fresh berries. This low fat treat is full of bright flavors, so you’ll never miss the calories. You can even add a touch of bittersweet [...]

Top of the (Holiday Cookie) Swap

And we have a winner! We are pleased to announce that after testing and trying the top ten finalists in our Holiday Cookie Swap, we’ve determined whose cookie was Top of the Swap (drumroll, please…):

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