This is an easy vegan coconut cookie recipe courtesy of chef Bryant Terry. The result is a chewy coconut cookie topped with a simple lemon icing.
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This month’s TasteMaker, Jennifer Tyler Lee, shared her kid-approved seasonal side dish of Broiled Asparagus with Ginger-Soy Glaze.
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After yesterday’s TasteMakers interview with Dave Caldiero, I asked him to share a few of his essentials kitchen tools as part of the TasteMakers takeaway. So here they are: ten classic kitchen tools that, when treated well, will pretty much last a lifetime.
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Yesterday’s TasteMakers interview with Dani Fisher made it abundantly clear that girl has style. As such, I asked her to share some tabletop gift ideas for the holidays. I own the Chemex and a few of the Fog Linen and Matteo linen napkins so I can vouch that they’re all great quality. As for the others? Well, I now know what I want from my Secret Santa.
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If you caught yesterday’s TasteMakers interview with Delilah Snell, then you’re likely as convinced of her awesomeness as I am. She’s a rare breed as she’s one of a handful of Master Food Preservers in the nation and spreads the good word about preserving via her numerous endeavors from her store and blog to her line of preserves. Needless to say, when we met, it was quite clear Delilah and I were equally food obsessed and we have quickly become friends.
A few weeks ago I attended one of her pickling classes, which was a whirlwind of a day in which we made everything from kimchi and sauerkraut to preserved limes and spicy green beans. Of them all, this recipe for Mexican-style pickled carrots was a crowd favorite so Delilah is sharing the recipe here.
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