Amanda shares our new favorite not-so-sweet tea cookie.Read More »
Tom's make-ahead Christmas breakfast isn't the tater tot casserole of yore.Read More »
Wrap up the prettiest presents this holiday season.Read More »
No bread basket? No problem.Read More »
Put time into dinner now, and you can make it last forever -- or at least the whole week. Welcome to Halfway to Dinner, where we show you how to stretch your staples every which way.
Today: Kelsey of Happyolks merges eating well with eating on a budget, and she does it all with a sack of potatoes.
After cooking potato after potato, I knew this post must be dedicated to my 21-year-old brother and his housemates. If there is anyone on this planet who would find a column dedicated to a week's worth of potatoes useful, it be would him. For Austin, who loves to cook and play and celebrate life, here is a week of meals for you and your friends so you can eat well, cheaply.
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Jenny's found a new baked good to show gratitude with.Read More »
Gold decor for a glimmering New Year's Eve.Read More »
A meal fit for your holiday table (Christmas Eve, anyone?), but snappy enough for a winter weeknight.Read More »
We ate jelly doughnuts every day for a week. It was a pretty good week.Read More »
We might as well just say it: kohlrabi is a little weird. The name literally means "cabbage turnip" in German (makes sense, right?), and they're as common as cabbages and turnips themselves in Eastern Europe, where they've been around for centuries. Stateside, though, they're a little more unusual -- "you'd think it had just landed on earth," Elizabeth Scneider says in Uncommon Fruits & Vegetables: A Commonsense Guide -- so farmers' markets and CSA boxes are your best bet for the hardy, prolific stems.Read More »