Friday, October 31, 2014
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Cooking

At this time of year, sweets and candy move boldly to the forefront of the menu and give credence to the saying “Life is short eat dessert first...
Turn on the fireplace, grab a fuzzy blanket and cozy up with this great twist on my favorite breakfast: Pumpkin Apple Crunch Oatmeal. Developed in my...
With this dish, we're in back-to-basics mode. What is a rice pilaf if not a pre-modern-era rice bowl? Golden Chickpea and Curried Lamb Pilaf 6 servings
This time of year, pumpkin flavored everything seems to have become almost a national obsession. According to Panjiva, an authoritative information...
Thank goodness for professional bartenders. Without them, Halloween cocktails just might be boring. Rest assured, these four Halloween cocktails were...
Who needs a bucketful of candy when you can enjoy a sip of a delicious Halloween cocktail? These spooky, sweet, and sinful concoctions are no trick and all treat and will start off your All Hallows' Eve extravaganza on the right note.
All of a sudden, the whole world seems to be going shakshuka. And that's a good thing. Seriously. Once beloved only by cooks who follow Middle Eastern traditions, shakshuka - essentially eggs cooked in a spicy tomato sauce - had a breakout moment a couple of years ago, thanks to Yotam Ottolenghi's cookbook Plenty.