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is Mexico City the world's greatest food city? with nopales and queso topped tostadas as street food, probably
Ooey Gooey Double Chocolate Cookies -- Milk in LA shares the recipe
this isn't your Cambell's Cream of Mushroom soup. heck, it's not even "cream of."
roasting - for a richer way to prepare broccoli
"staining" no longer an excuse to ignore beets: Stainless Beet and Radicchio Salad with Goat Cheese and Pistachios
Goat Cheese and Mashed Potato Gratin - Gourmet Magazine recipe by way of Sara Moulton
maybe the spicy kick makes it *feel* less luxuriously rich...eh, not really. Spicy Macaroni and Cheese
Michael Chiarello, you can stuff my olives with sausage any time...Crispy Olives Stuffed with Sausage
Cauliflower Salad with Capers and Parsley
using Andean Dream quinoa macaroni to make gluten free Pasta E Fagiole
"poor man’s bouillabaisse" would have...cheap fish. this is REALLY poor man's bouillabaisse, with potatoes (but rich in nutrition!)
triple ginger cookies from 101 cookbooks: tiny but powerful. just my style.
A "fancy" brunch cake made with lovely pears - from a can! and the cake is Bisquick...ah, well...
loving beans and legumes these days...so Giant Chipotle White Beans recipe is a winner
something unusual, but healthy, to add with eggs for breakfast: baked flounder
packing a lunch is perfect for this new year -- both economical AND healthy. the LA Times lists ways to keep it more exciting than standard PB&J
Pan Bagnat is "fancy" for tuna fish sandwich
an indian version "spices" up healthy cauliflower
with the new year, a helpful list of what's IN and OUT with respect to the kitchen, starting with sherry vinegar
dessert for breakfast: strawberries and cream (cheese) stuffed french toast
the healthy food of the week is cauliflower. today's recipe: Cauliflower Gratin
Red Velvet Cake from the Lee Bros Southern Cookbook recipe (found via TheDeliciousLife!) and cream cheese frosting from Sprinkles
cant ever have enough good luck - lentil and bulgur kufteh
Lentil Almond Salad, appropriate for good luck and good health wishes for the new year
fava bean soup that sounds italian, but comes from...mexico?
DYING to dive into kettle chips with french onion dip but trying to stay virtuous and true to new years resolutions with edamame hummus and toasted flatbread
not just coca cola cupcakes, not just fondant coca cola bears for cupcakes, but SNOWGLOBES ON THE CUPCAKES. we're not worthy (but we're posting it anyway)
Avocado Mango Shrimp "Ceviche" and how to wrestle an alligator (pear)
Simple pesto on vermicelli is so much sexier when it's Sofia Loren's recipe, done with a mortar and pestle
if you're in marketing, the 4 Ps are one thing. if you're in food, they're pappardalle, pancetta, pine nuts, and Parmigianno Reggiano. brussels sprouts, though, don't start with "P"
can i convince her of angelina jolie, to adopt me as her very own maddox just for her baklava recipe?
searching for a chewy -- not just soft, not just not-crispy, but *chewy* -- chocolate chip cookie, came across momgrind
many cultures eat beans at the start of the New Year for prosperity...in the South, it's black eyed peas
the slight disappointment when deep red when dry transforms to drab orange when cooked will be gone when you taste Red Lentil Soup