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Buttermilk Ranch Cheesy Onion Pull Apart Bread

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Jan 26, 2014 / 0 comments

I had to thank the neighbors. You see, we've had quite the blizzard season here in Michigan, and last night we got another foot (!) of snow. Since we hadn't fully cleared our driveway (ahem) from the last few blizzards, the car was buried. We woke up and knew that today was going to be one long shoveling blitz.

 

International Flavors: Greek Gyros Meatloaf

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Jan 24, 2014 / 0 comments

One of the curses of living in the boonies is the lack of great ethnic food and grocery stores. ALAS!

Live from Italy: Pasta alla Norcina (and a tale of Norcia)

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Jan 22, 2014 / 0 comments

LIVE from ITALY: Online Cooking Class Sunday, January 26, 2014

Dark Chocolate Pomegranate Bark Recipe

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Jan 07, 2014 / 0 comments

Want to make the most delicious chocolate, ever? You'd be surprised at this - it's got dark chocolate, sea salt (naturally), candied ginger, and... pomegranate?! Yes! I, too, was skeptical when I first saw this recipe at the New York Times food section (I've adapted their recipe, in this article).

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You Can Thank Napoleon for the Yule Log

Sure, he was one of the most brilliant military leaders of all time, but we might be able to credit Napoleon with another great feat—a pastry known in France as Bûche de Noël, also called the Yule Log.
 

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Cuban Sugar Cookies

A heavy dose of Spanish flavors and ingredients infused with French, African, Caribbean, and even a dash of Chinese--Cuban cooking combines tastes from around the world.

Be Our Guest

While visiting Disney World, step into the Beast’s castle from the Beauty and the Beast movie.

Global Cuisine: Easy Indian Paneer Recipe

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Jan 16, 2013 / 0 comments

Living in a city like New York, I’ve grown used to being able to order practically any type of food that strikes my fancy, at any time. Since I’ve started traveling so much, my food choices have become limited, and if I crave any food that’s foreign to the land I’m visiting I have to make it myself. Because I really don’t know much of anything about preparing foreign foods (my specialty is eating them), I’ve been taking every chance I have to learn.

Chicken Satay Pizza - a Slice of Indonesia

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Jan 13, 2013 / 0 comments

Recently I’ve been staying in Jakarta with friends, and we’ve been mostly eating out in fancy western restaurants, but today we ate street food. The fact that surprised me most was that satays are really Indonesian, and have just been popularized though Thai restaurants. After trying some incredible chicken satays dripping with peanut sauce, I decided to try an interesting fusion with Chicken Satay Pizza. It's amazing.

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Chocolate Nutella Pinwheel Cookies for Santa Claus

When it comes to setting the picture of the perfect Christmas we mostly likely have Clement Clarke Moore to thank. The professor at Columbia College (now University) penned the poem for his children in 1822. He titled it “A Visit from St. Nicolas,” which then became more commonly known as “Twas the Night Before Christmas.”

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