A classic waffle recipe goes savory with the addition of prosciutto, parmesan, and black pepper maple syrup.
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A recipe for cumin and carrot farro risotto that’s as delicious on its own as it is served with your favorite roast.
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This is a multiculti soufflé.
And it’s directly inspired by my family. My French stepmother came into my life when I was 12 and I remember watching in awe as she’d whip up cheese soufflés with the flick of her wrist. Even at that age, I’d read enough Seventeen magazine to have the wherewithal to know that I shouldn’t be eating a molten cheese puff for dinner, but the reality is I’d pray that she’d serve it every time I was at their house.
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An appetizer recipe for puff pastry bites of fennel, fontina, and mascarpone.
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Like a black tie version of grilled cheese, this super simple recipe is a winner at cocktail parties.
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The classic spinach and ricotta shell pasta recipe amped up with the addition of spicy chorizo.
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A riff on my childhood favorite B.R.C. (bean, rice, and cheese) burritos, this bean, quinoa, and cheese taco is a simple recipe that you could pull together for a last minute meal.
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A light summer pasta recipe made with corn, zucchinis, zucchini blossoms and a ton of fresh herbs.
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As soon as the apples come into season, I get a hankering for pie. There are a lot of pies – Shaker Lemon, Peach Melba, and Banoconut – that I count among my favorites, but I’m a sucker for nostalgia, and there’s really nothing more American than, well, apple pie. And with so many apples currently at the farmer’s markets, I feel the need to taste test them all. And, logic would have it that most apples are best taste tested in pie — right?
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I’m in constant search for food adventures and I’ve definitely got a thing for mail order, so I recently headed to Ann Arbor for a Michigan football game, I was insistent we stop by Zingermans. If you’ve never hear of it, Zingerman is like a 30-year old brick-and-mortar version of my show, foodCrafters. Ravished from…
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