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Archive for August, 2013

Citrus Angel Food Cake with Peaches

At this time of year, when juicy ripe peaches are plentiful, I try to come up with creative ways to make use of the sweet fruit. This month, my local co-op had a bin of the most beautiful, fragrant peaches — I think maybe the best crop I’ve had in years — and I couldn’t […]

Today in Food Tech: An In-Car Rice Cooker and a Beer-Dispensing Video Game Console

Food and technology are besties. They share notes during class, paint one another’s toenails and, on occasion, lie to one another’s parents about where they are going. Here are two kind of amazing, kind of bizarre tech-heavy food inventions that will have you salivating microchips. Have you ever gone out for a drive and sorely […]

Watch the Labor Day Marathon of Kelsey’s Essentials and Donut Showdown

This Monday, September 2, is Labor Day, and nothing beats a day that requires minimum, well, labor. So sit back and relax during this extra-long weekend, and tune into Cooking Channel for a Labor Day marathon of Kelsey’s Essentials and Donut Showdown. Starting at 12pm ET, watch episodes from the new season of Kelsey’s Essentials. […]

Best Foods for a Road Trip

Chances are you’re spending some time on the road this summer. And chances are you’re going to get hungry on your road trip. It happens to me almost every time I take a trip, and despite being a nutritionist, I’m usually not prepared. So as a summer resolution, I’m going to take some time to […]

Thirsty Thursday: Easy Rum Cocktails for Labor Day Weekend

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. A hard thing to disagree with, we know. Drink up, […]

Here’s a Gold and Caviar Cupcake That Costs $750

There have been a lot of talk lately about the end of the cupcake. People have been saying that the little cakes had a good run but now, thanks to market saturation, their time in Carrie Bradshaw’s purse are done. Not so fast. Perhaps there is still life in this flour-based art. Introducing the Decadence D’Or, […]

Sifted: Top Cookout Recipes + Deep Fried S’mores

5 Hot Links We’re Loving: Hot dogs may be classic cookout fare, but serve Simply Scratch’s BBQ chicken brats with pickled red onions and no one will be complaining. Do it big this weekend with Sugar Hero’s deep fried s’mores. No work on Monday means more time to relax, and The Bite House’s brown butter […]

My Favorite Back-to-School Cookies

For people between the ages of 5 and 23, going back to school is a standard — and sometimes unsettling — part of life. We’ve put together easy recipes and food tips to help make the entire experience way more appetizing. One of my favorite family food traditions is that my mom always made a […]

Hump Day Snack: Food-Scented Mail

In case social media didn’t already provide you with enough ways to share your meals with the world, yet another new technology now exists to help you brag about your latest edible conquest. Enter in the scent-capturing postcard printer, conceived by a China-based designer as part of Sony’s student design workshop. The printer uses an […]

Summer Fest: A Perfect Pairing of Figs and Pizza Dough

Figs are only in season for a few short weeks at the end of summer and the beginning of fall. They’re in a whole different flavor category than the dried figs you can find year-round. Slightly wrinkled or split figs that aren’t leaking juice are what to look for. Ripeness is indicated by a slightly […]