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Sifted: Tax Day Cocktails, Triple Berry Dutch Baby + More

5 Hot Links We’re Loving: 1. Get your morning off to a delicious start with Joy the Baker’s puffy triple berry dutch baby. 2. Drink away your IRS woes — or celebrate your imminent refund — with tax day-themed cocktails on Flicks and Food. 3. Girl Versus Dough swirls creamy Nutella into her showstopping, streusel-topped babka. 4. There’s more to [...]

At the Market: 5 Recipes Using Fresh Spring Peas

It’s not very often that we get fresh peas. I don’t think I ever even tried young, fresh peas until last year when I was helping a friend make a light and refreshing chilled pea soup for a crowd. We shelled bushels of pea pods — each pod containing a single row of imperfectly-sized, pale [...]

At the Market: 5 Unexpected Asparagus Dishes

With spring comes new beginnings and fresh crops, and every year I jump at the chance to celebrate the season’s new happy ingredients that hit the farmer’s markets and grocery stores. I’m especially excited for the slender green spears of asparagus that mark the arrival of spring. It’s a welcome change from the meat-and-potato meals [...]

25 Amazing Things to Make With Strawberries

Shake off the winter blues and welcome in the vibrant, fresh flavors of spring! Strawberry season has commenced early this year, so celebrate with pies, smoothies and so much more. Here are 25 ideas to start enjoying everyone’s favorite berry. In no particular order…

Meatless Monday: Vegetarian Pot Pie

The Meatless Monday cure for the rainy-day blues: Aida Mollenkamp’s Vegetarian Pot Pie.

Asparagus Frittata, Your Easter Brunch Centerpiece

Whether you’re looking for a centerpiece dish for your Easter brunch this Sunday or just looking for recipes in anticipation of the soon-to-be-everywhere asparagus, Giada’s Frittata with Asparagus, Tomato, and Fontina is for you.

The Top 10 Reasons to Get Excited for Spring

Spring has sprung, officially. Which means that produce options open right up — not unlike windows in homes everywhere — as freshly grown produce floods the marketplace. While it was nice to eat apples, squash, potatoes and onions all winter, it’s no doubt time to wave goodbye and welcome a new round of delectable fruits [...]

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