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Pears with Goat Cheese and Cranberries

Still need a quickie starter for tonight’s party? Laura posted this dead-easy recipe last December and the response was overwhelming. For something so simple it makes a very schmancy impression

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The Best of 2012…Chef Notes: Compound Butters

We’re picking our favorite posts of 2012 this week and we couldn’t resist this column by Chef Amanda about making your own flavored butters. I started making my own after

Nutrition

What’s So Great About Chia?

The Best of 2012….. In case you got a chia pet this holiday, don’t bother watching it grow. Eat it. We picked this What’s So Great About post as one

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Lisa’s Letters Home: Gingerbread House

Oh, Pinterest. Sometimes you have some amazing ideas that work really, really well. Other times, you have ideas that really, really don’t work well – like the Graham cracker gingerbread house.

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Skillet Apple Pancake

There is no meal I like to plan more than breakfast. On an average day, I start thinking about our morning dish right after I settle into my sheets. Therefore,

Valentines

Chef Amanda Makes Crepes

For Thanksgiving at my parents this year I made a traditional Beef Wellington. You may not realize that in a traditional Beef Wellington the tenderloin is wrapped in crepes before

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Sweet Stuff: Morris Kitchen Syrups

We’re sweet on these savoury, spicy and sweet syrups we found at West Elm. They’re hand crafted in Brooklyn and can be used in salad dressings, cocktails, ice creams or

Soups

Easy French Onion Soup

Laura and I both like doing these look-back posts where we pick out favourites of the year. But it’s really impos­si­ble this year. There are so many great images cre­ated by

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What’s So Bad About Agave Nectar

Wait, what? A couple of years ago I made banana bread for all my clients for Christmas gifts and swapped out the evil white refined sugar for agave nectar. Why?

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Strata

We’re dedicating this week to holiday breakfasts. So much attention gets paid to big dinners but if you’ve got friends or family staying with you over the holidays you need

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