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Celebrating the Luna New Year in a nontraditional way- With calamansi noodles.
It's true -- healthy cereal doesn't have to taste like cardboard!
Malt and soy sauce, together in an ice cream? This is one pairing you have to taste to believe!
Fresh pasta, made in a blender!
All you need to make instant mousse is two ingredients and about five minutes. Oh, and one fancy toy.
Don't toss that leftover frosting! Create a simple pastry in moments that will put those extras to good use.
[DB] A black forest-flavor yule log (no pun intended!)
Have good luck in 2009 by eating this cake on New Year's Eve!
Gingersnap truffles make excellent gifts when you only have a few minutes to spare!
Sweet and creamy homemade nutella! (scroll down for recipe)
Now you can have your Christmas tree and eat it, too!
Eggnog is way better without the eggs, if you ask me. You certainly won't miss them in the festive panna cotta, either.
What do you think winter tastes like? For me, it's peppermint.
Have a soft spot for the "stinking rose"? You'll absolutely love this homemade garlic bread!
10 simple tips on how to make perfect cut-out cookies.
Before you start stocking up on baking supplies this year, learn the difference between acceptable vanilla and incredible vanilla.
[DB] Rolling in caramel... Caramel cake, that is.
Instantly brighten up those dark spots in your photos with the use of mirrors.
Proving that ice cream is awesome year-round, this pumpkin pie version is to die for!
Traditional holiday flavors with a twist.
[DB] Looks like a savory dinner, but tastes much sweeter!
Forget the plain old pumpkin bread; this version has all the traditional flavors packed into a warm, moist bread pudding. What's not to love?
An unusual mix of seeds and grains that makes for one addictive loaf of bread.
Food photography isn't all about lighting; shadows are important, too.
Want to know what -really- goes on during a professional food photo shoot?
The perfect cake to kick off a sweet new year.
[DB] The crackers may not be worth writing home about, but the onion dip sure is!
An excellent food photography workshop with Lou Manna.
Now vegans can have their meringue and eat it, too!
This bulgur pilaf is a winner in my eyes, no matter what contest officials say.
[DB] When a recipe flops, it isn't always a complete failure, and this attempt at vegan eclairs prove it.
Cheese straws without an ounce of dairy to be found
Not your average ice cream: Roasted Apricot with Almond Praline Ripple.