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Daring Bakers challenge for April: cheesecake. Something for everyone: you can have strawberry swirl, or if you like caffeine - try the chocolate-espresso.
Nearing the end of the week... some chocolate chunk bundt cake sounds like a good idea.
Red Wine Braised Beef Short Ribs: saying good-bye to winter was never so difficult.
Feeling brunchy? Try these lovely herbed (tarragon) popovers from Gale Gand's new brunch cookbook.
Eat your vegetables! It's easy when you eat rhubarb: cinnamon-rhubarb mini loaves.
Spice up any burger or sandwich with a zippy green chile mayonnaise. Wimps need not apply.
Behind the scenes of two blogs: No Special Effects and Tartelette! Come check out the final week of kitchen tours at use real butter.
Super easy, super delicious: macadamia nut chocolate chip blondies are the key to winning friends and influencing people.
Cool as a cucumber? Crunchy, sour, salty, sweet, and a little spicy too! Try this easy Chinese cucumber salad recipe.
See how two awesome bloggers have two totally different kitchens and photography set ups: Dessert First and Culinary Concoctions by Peabody.
Lemon mousse bombes: couldn't you just sink your teeth into one of these? ...and you'd get a little boozy raspberry surprise in the middle.
Goat cheese croquettes with a little southwest flavor from green chiles - a nice appetizer that combines crispy and creamy.
[DB] Handmade spinach pasta lasagne for the Daring Bakers challenge. Very meaty. Good to eatie.
Blood oranges straight from their garden: come tour the kitchens (and garden) of two more blogs: White on Rice Couple and Alosha's Kitchen.
Sticky toffee pudding - served warm with a scoop of the best vanilla bean ice cream. Now THAT is decadent and delish.
This roasted potato and green chile salad is great any time of year, but I'm looking forward to serving it with barbecue this summer!
Mixed berry galettes: because after spring comes summer and we need to fit in all the berries we can before it's over!
Margarita jello was the closest I could get to green today, but it definitely packs a wallop.
Chinese soy sauce eggs: reflections on what they meant to me as a kid and what they mean to me now.
Chocolate raspberry macarons: a big hit at any party, especially mine.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at use real butter: the kitchen and the photo set up.
Such an easy appetizer for a guest list with more food allergies than you can shake a stick at: grilled prosciutto-wrapped shrimp.
[DB] Daring Bakers challenge for February: the chocolate valentino, plus a bombe of ice cream for that extra bang!
A gorgeous, green asparagus soup allows one to straddle winter and spring - and it's good for you.
Bacon for broccoli salad loaded with cashews, bacon, and dried cranberries doesn't get more exciting than this.
When recipes don't go as planned: it was all a matter of geometry for this chocolate hazelnut torte.
Pomegranates and lemon pair up in a delightful panna cotta.
Creamy crab mac and cheese. The only crabby thing around here today.
Your dog may object, but this is a great way to use up scraps of steak.
Chocolate, hazelnut, and raspberry - together they are the bombe!
Using up the last pomegranate in a healthy, refreshing, beautiful salad. You'd never guess it is the dead of winter.
Have you tried a fried lemon slice before? Dipped in aioli? Well, have you?
A pedestrian, but delicious dish of stir-fried pork and soybeans (edamame).
A punchy Japanese ginger dressing to spice up and cool down your summer salad.