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Posted on 14 Nov 2016
Kick up your Thanksgiving stuffing game this year with Kelis's sweet and spicy take on a classic.
Posted on 06 Oct 2016
Wouldn’t you rather stay in your PJs on Saturday morning instead of racing to the doughnut shop? Now you can! In less time than it takes to get dressed and walk the dog, you can have homemade doughnuts cooling on the counter. And these aren’t just any doughnuts—they’re rich, chocolatey brownie doughnuts! Plus, you can sweeten the deal with your favorite toppings.
Posted on 03 Oct 2016
Every time I make this recipe, I think: The only thing missing is my grandmother smacking my hand for snacking on the raw cookie dough. With this recipe, feel free to snack away—the dough is egg-free! I’m proud to say this triple-decker brownie was the best-selling dessert at Disney World’s Hollywood Studios theme park three years in a row
Posted on 21 Sep 2016
A truly magical infusion featuring cardamom, cloves, star anise, and crushed fennel seeds. This tonic has a floral aroma and layers of rich, complex flavor—it is truly the beef motherlode.
Posted on 19 Sep 2016
You are making two pizzas here, one topped with red onion and mozzarella, the other with butternut squash and feta. They make a lovely pair. You wouldn’t call butternut squash a standard pizza topping, but it turns out to be an inspired one.
Posted on 08 Sep 2016
The very first thing you can begin to do throughout your day to aid your belly is to begin to learn how to talk to yourself more effectively and how to focus on your breathing. Here's how:
Posted on 25 Aug 2016
The word sherbet derives from the Arab sharab, a sweetened fruit drink that has barely changed in nature for over five centuries; Persian kings were said to drink theirs cooled with snow. Using dried apricots to make this simple Uzbek sherbet gives it a beautiful color and wonderful honeyed taste.
Posted on 12 Aug 2016
Khachapuri, a hot cheese-filled bread, claims the title of Georgia’s ultimate comfort food. It is so much a staple of the Georgian diet that the Khachapuri Index uses the price of the ingredients as a measure of local inflation.
Posted on 22 Jul 2016
These wonderfully delicious little balls are perfect as a snack for packed lunches or an afternoon snack, or anytime for that matter. They last really well in the fridge, so once you have made a big batch they can be kept in the fridge for when you need them.