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Most kitchens are well stocked with bottles of oil, but good luck finding a food-grade mineral oil among them. That’s a mistake, because your cutting boards, butcher blocks, and knives need it. Read More Restaurant Marketing

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Bistro Pierre Lapin

People are impressed with (and a little envious of) the French and their relationship to food, especially a meal. So much so that UNESCO added the gastronomic meal of the French to their list of Intangible Cultural Heritage designations. The gathering around the table to eat is something most cultures engage in, of course, but it

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While you certainly can use normal chocolate chip cookies to make ice cream sandwiches, they’re less than ideal. These cookies are designed specifically to be tasty and crunchy at freezing temperatures. Read More Restaurant Marketing

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Why You Need an Immersion Blender

Smaller, better at low-volume tasks, and more portable, an immersion blender has a few unique advantages over a standard countertop blender. Here’s why you should consider adding one to your kitchen arsenal. Read More Restaurant Marketing

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19 Banana Recipes That Are B-A-N-A-N-A-S

The best banana bread, classic banana pudding, and more banana recipes to prove that this fruit is good for more than snacking. Read More Restaurant Marketing

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My very first vegan Instant Pot recipe is here! I finally took the plunge and purchased an Instant Pot after being on the fence about whether I wanted a new appliance to take up real estate on my counter (it would have to fight for space next to the kids’ piles of artwork, after all).

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This elegant dish seems much more complicated than it is. The reality is that it’s as easy as cooking quail in a skillet, then making a quick pan sauce that uses fresh plums to full advantage. Read More Restaurant Marketing

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This one-skillet side dish combines the best of several worlds: Greek lemony roasted potatoes and potato gratin, all topped with browned and melty halloumi cheese. Did we mention it all comes together in minutes under the broiler? Read More Restaurant Marketing

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4 o’clock No-bake Energy Bites

Energy bites aren’t a new thing, but if you’re a person that grabs commercial power bars regularly, and you’re not already on board, give these a try as a DIY alternative. I make them for a 4 o’clock late afternoon snack to reach for when I’m at the studio, but they’re also a great travel

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Rainbow Cauliflower Rice Bowl

This is the sort of meal I crave after a travel stint. It’s when I end up lingering around the produce section even longer than usual in an effort to cherry-pick the most vibrant ingredients. In this case, rainbow chard with electric pink stems, a tight head of pale yellow cauliflower, just-cut chives – green,

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Beer Pairing 101: Crisp and Clean Beers

Learn what foods pair best with crisp and clean beers, like pilsner, amber lager, blonde ale, helles, kölsch, maibock, and märzen. Read More Restaurant Marketing

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White Negroni

While my computer is still in the shop (it’s going on week three…) I’ve been eking out posts while praying to the gods, or technicians at Apple, that I get it back soon. In the meantime, it gave me a good excuse for a cocktail. It wasn’t just the frustration; as soon as I got 3-Ingredient

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Let It Be Sunday, 189!

Hello sweet friends.   Welcome to your weekend!  I realize I did y’all dirty this week by mentioning that I adopted a dog into my tiny family of me and Tron without sharing a picture of our sweet girl.  Her name is Maggie and she’s a sweet little mama pup.  We’re learning how to be

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Let me start by saying, if you already make your own nut milks at home, you have to try this. I mean – walk to your kitchen, turn the oven dial, and get some coconut in there. You have to trust me here. I started making homemade toasted coconut milk a few months ago, and

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How to Debone and Spatchcock Quail

Quail are small, delicious, easy-to-cook birds. You can eat them whole, but they’re best when deboned. This article gives you step-by-step instructions on how to either fully debone quail or how to spatchcock them for easy cooking and eating. Read More Restaurant Marketing

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