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Ready for the Year of the Rabbit? Start with something sweet on Chinese New Year: Chinese almond cookies.
A lovely quiche loaded with lots of roasted and sautéed vegetables.
Milk tea boba - super easy to make your own at home.
Homemade breakfast sausage. Minimal planning necessary. Maximum noms.
Recreating a childhood favorite: puffy hearts and rings.
A hot bowl of potato leek soup - perfect on a snowy winter day.
I finally learned how to make Chinese salt and pepper squid. It's simple and fantastic. As good as what they serve in the restaurants!
Passion fruit bars - sweet, tart, rich, intense, brilliant.
Something simple and quick: baked eggs with Parmesan, bacon, kale, and herbs.
Smooth and creamy, sweet and salty: salted caramel ice cream.
A fantastic recipe for braised lamb shanks with lentils. So aromatic and tender!
Cocktail samosas! These are insanely good. Try both the chicken and the potato fillings.
Green chile hush puppies. Zippy little nuggets of fried cornbread goodness.
Campari mimosa - pretty.
Easy. Simple. Sinful. Sweet onion dip.
Sichuan Tofu and Celery Salad
Cream scones with black currants - perfect and essential for any afternoon tea.
Chinese stir-fried chicken with snow peas, baby corn, straw mushrooms, and water chestnuts.
Homemade applesauce. Nothing beats it!
A neat spin on the beloved french fry - try eggplant fries with a drizzle of honey.
Alice's chocolate chip cookies - at sea level or at high altitude.
A great place to grab a bite in Boulder, Colorado - Pica's Mexican Taqueria. Try the tacos al pastor!
Learning to make Venezuelan arepas stuffed with carnitas, cheese, avocado, and topped with guasacaca (avocado salsa). Fabulous.
Meatball sandwich - messy, but good.
Time to make the apple cider doughnuts from Lara Ferroni's new book: Doughnuts. Enter to win a free copy of this gorgeous cookbook!
Soothing wonton soup is simple to make and simply wonderful to eat.
Snickerdoodles and my BlogHer Food 2010 San Francisco recap.
You can do more with that little pumpkin than bake a pie... try this fabulous pumpkin soup from Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef's new cookbook.
Parmesan and bacon crackers. Homemade. Totally awesome.
Chinese stir-fried scallops. This version is spicy, but you can make it mild. Just make sure you use fresh scallops.
Apple tarte tatin. That's fall calling your name, babycakes.
Thai chicken coconut soup (tom kah kai).
Pan-seared black cod fillet on a bed of summer corn, zucchini, and cherry tomatoes.