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Cold days, rainy days, or just days you need a little comfort, call for the simplest of soups, potage parmentier.
Welcome cooler temperatures with open arms. A duo of cold-weather soups makes it so easy -- take your pick of curried pumpkin or pasta e ceci.
Pizza's back on the menu, now gluten-free!
Gluten-free doesn't have to mean taste-free. This Concord grape faux-caccia might not have been the real thing, but that didn't stop me from going back for seconds (ok, thirds).
Still up to your ears in corn? That just means you have more time to try a new recipe... like baked buttered corn, perhaps?
Vietnamese bun, with smoked beef tongue and a profusion of vegetables -- my new favorite way to use leftovers.
Grilled bread topped with truffle butter, robiola and shaved asparagus. Easy and delicious appetizer.
If you've already got the smoker fired up, why not try a batch of smoked deviled eggs?
Persimmon upside-down cake: The only thing I made for Thanksgiving dinner, and more than enough to make me happy.
Popovers - at the crossroads of simple and indulgent.
Tired of squash already? This lasagna will get you going again.
Beef bourguignon, 'nuff said.
Borscht - the cure for what ails ya.
Winter weather arrived early in the northeast. Time for a warming breakfast of roasted acorn squash with cayenne pepper.
Get tarted up with the sweet/savory combination of pear and caramelized onion.
Sweet corn frozen yogurt, a delicious way to eat your vegetables.
Rosemary-thyme syrup: much more versatile than you'd think.
Making my world a happier place: Stuffed French toast with fresh strawberries.
The perfect dessert doesn't have to be complicated or even involve cooking at all. Just take three ingredients, put them on a platter, and help yourself.
If you find you've overdone it at the farmers' market, arugula and spinach pesto is a delicious way to use some of that space-hogging produce.
Cornmeal-lime cookies, inspired by Amy's Bread.
What better way to welcome springtime than with lemon tarts?
Homemade butter really is better.
An over-the-top breakfast perfect for weekends: parmesan & black pepper polenta, sautéed oyster mushrooms and a poached egg, all drizzled with truffle oil.
It's GOOP and it's good! Spanish-style chicken with fennel, olives, lemon and pimenton hits all the right notes.
A meatless (but not vegetarian) spin on the spicy Korean beef soup, yuk gae jang. It'll warm you on a cold winter's day.
Slap yo' mama-good — buttermilk biscuits brushed with melted butter.
Just the thing to take your mind off the arctic temperatures: warm banana-walnut bread.
Craving something rustic and hearty while you're waiting out winter? Try this vegetarian Spanish torta.
Warm chocolate croissant-bread pudding, a rich, decadent birthday dessert.
A simple, elegant way to ring in the new year or to celebrate just about anything - homemade blini with sour cream and caviar.
Make your next deep dish pizza in a cast iron skillet and you may never order out again.
If this isn't the best hot chocolate recipe in the world, it's got to be in the top three.
A lighter version of the typically heavy cinnamon roll, based on a king cake recipe.