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Dinner Rush! Korean-Style Brussels Sprouts with Marinated Skirt Steak

My friend David has been staying at our house for the last week.  He’s a super famous and recently published doctor of physics at nearby Vassar College with a focus on acoustics. He just wrapped up a year long sabbatical in Germany and is working on settling back home. He’s a blast to have around […]

Dinner Rush! Hanger Steaks with Ginger-Cranberry Sauce

Get an easy weeknight dinner recipe for Hanger Steaks with Ginger-Cranberry Sauce.

Dinner Rush! Sticky Maple Bourbon Chicken

Get our quick, easy and cozy Sticky Maple Bourbon Chicken recipe.

How to Make Your Own Quick and Easy Sauerkraut

Making your own kraut is easy and cheap, and the process uses ingredients and equipment you can easily source, if you don’t already have them on hand: a big bowl, a quart-size Mason jar, vegetables and sea salt.

Dinner Rush! Miso-Honey Shrimp Stir-Fry

Make Chinese food takeout at home with our quick and easy Miso-Honey Shrimp Stir-Fry recipe.

Dinner Rush! Salmon Teriyaki Sliders

After spending a recent (and most delicious) weekend in Washington, D.C., I’m dedicating this week’s Dinner Rush! to my father-in-law. For those who don’t know Ype Von Hengst, he’s an amazingly talented and accomplished chef who’s well-known for his multi-unit restaurant concept in the Mid-Atlantic region. One of his most-popular menu items (and also one […]

Dinner Rush! Pork Chops With Warm Fennel-Apple Slaw

This quick and delicious pork chops with warm fennel-apple slaw recipe comes together in no time and takes advantage of ingredients you already have on hand.

Dinner Rush! Cheesy Baked Chicken Chopped Salad

I’m completely guilty of being an overbuyer in the grocery store’s produce department. I love the flavor and freshness of vegetables and am hard-pressed to leave my local market without some combination of them compromising the structural integrity of my shopping bag. Assessing the contents of my refrigerator crisper drawer and noticing a bit of […]

Dinner Rush: Thai-Style Wings

I’m going to go out on a limb and guess that, starting this week, you’re in at least one of two groups. If you’re like me, you’re waving with elation on the corner as yellow school buses ship the kiddies back to school. And if you’re a football fan, you’re pulling your jersey out of […]

Fed in Five (or Six): BBQ’d Buffalo Chicken Hoagies

Fed in Five (or Six) is a delicious and time-savvy source for meal ideas and recipes that get you from the express lane to the dinner table without breaking a sweat. Dinner just got simpler with inspiration that combines some everyday pantry items with only five (or six) ingredients. Summertime is barbecue time; there’s just […]

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