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kiwi sorbet recipe and how i'm not really eco. i'm just cheap.
is there a food for which you'd travel 400 miles? jonathan gold would fly 400 miles for a waffle at Brown Sugar Kitchen in Oakland
Jonathan Gold shares the recipe he likes best for making Dutch Babies - from Marion Cunningham, dusted with powdered sugar and a squeeze of Meyer lemon juice
when cocktails go to chemistry lab, you get buzzed on gin & tonic VAPOR, as served up by Alcoholic Architecture
pink wine that tastes like Strawberry Melon Fanta. waiting for delivery of Grenache Rose from Edward Sellers so we can enjoy it all summer by the pool...
aside from how cute the name is, love how StripTeas are packaged in rectangular shiny foil [via dailycandy]
if i drink half the sangria by myself in the kitchen before the party even starts, does that make me a very naughty hostess? (and i didn't even put fanta in it)
webMD has some diet tips - nothing earth shatteringly new, but always good to be reminded, especially that spice (not necessarily fat) equals flavor
tiny mines...or egg cups? whichever, they are "le bomb"
you know you need this for the kickoff of grilling season outside on the patio, right? a condiment gun. i want a shiny chrome one for mayo.
i might have a new respect for rachael ray for picking sriracha "hot cock" chili sauce as a finalist for best hot sauces
under 30 minutes, Sweet Pea and Tuna Pasta from Real Simple
Beef and Quinoa Meatballs ~ adding quinoa to meatballs not only adds the nutrition benefits of whole grains, but also stretches your dollar
to dine at The Bazaar, i'll have to cash out a 401k, but i can't afford that yet. i'll stick with jose andres' Chickpea Spinach Stew (which costs less than $10 to make)
EW. imagine chomping down almost 17 sugar cubes! that's the equivalent sugar in a bottle of Coke. sugarstacks.com shows more...
for all the sweet vegan tastespotters, the perfect cookbook with vegan, gluten free and (almost) sugar free recipes from BabyCakes Bakery
something about avocado makes it perfect with raw tuna. here, two versions: ceviche (with chili peppers and cilantro) and tartare (with dill)
Chicken Soup garnished with what was once known as "Poor Man's Butter," but now, really, a luxury for a rich man, avocadoes
cinco de mayo may be over, but the love affair with avocadoes lasts forever ~ 2 recipes for avocado "purees": guacamole and middle eastern avocado puree
gazpacho doesn't just have to be limited to a puree of tomatoes and cucumbers - adding avocado makes this a creamy andaluz version
take this tomato and avocado salsa with red onions and jalapeno as a base, and add things that are seasonal like grilled corn in the summer
saffron for a lighter version of a classic risotto, milanese ~ Saffron Risotto With Spring Onion, Saffron and Green Garlic
this risotto is a classic: Risi e Bisi (rice and peas!)
nothing says spring like bright yellow and the green of fava beans and asparagus - Risotto With Asparagus, Fresh Fava Beans and Saffron
with so much flavor coming from lemon zest in this recipe, you may not eve need parmesan cheese for this Baby Artichoke Risotto
leeks and carrots are available year round, but the young versions at spring time are perfect for this risotto
it's like TasteSpotting can predict...soba was all over the site a few weeks ago and now, New York Times! Soba Noodles with Smoked Trout and Spinach
Hot and Sour Soba Salad, eats like a meal if you add chicken or tofu
Salmon, Shiitake and Peas in Broth with secretly fiberlicious, Soba Noodles
most "buckwheat recipes" are for soba these days, but buckwheat crepes (with just about any "topping") will get you outta the asian soba noodle rut
the noodle dish that every person should know how to do - peanut butter and soy sauce "sesame" soba - this one with Stir Fried Snow Peas
epi's take on what we've always called donkatsu - breaded pork cutlet, Pork Katsu (but where's the bottled donkatsu sauce?!?!)
a fancy fast way to aerate your wine, the Vinturi Wine Aerator [via: Outblush]
Style.com's Item of the Week: Rain Organics Vodka, to keep you honest, even when you're toasted (we've tried it, too - and tastes like...vodka)