Archive for the ‘Baking’ Category

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Last week, I got to attend a fun event hosted by Post—right here in my work building! The company brought with them the chefs and owners of Chelsea eatery Tipsy Parson, Julie Taras Wallach and Tasha Garcia, who showed us how to use cereal to put a healthy spin on comfort food. I’m a huge [...]

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For the first time in my three years of living in New York, I have a dining table—with chairs! This might seem like a lot of fuss over nothing for people in other cities, even to people in Brooklyn who know what space is. But Manhattanites deal with such little space that we start using [...]

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Besides perusing cookbooks, perusing food blogs is one of my favorite ways to hunt for new recipes. I’ve been a fan of Smitten Kitchen for a while now, but somehow, I had never got around to putting one of her recipes to good use. While my boyfriend was away for about two weeks, I had [...]

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Last night I finally got to make good on a deal my friend Shyema of Beauty and the Feast and I had made to make dinner together. After having an amazing quiche at my cousin’s place in Philly over July 4th weekend, I suggested a vegetable quiche for our meal last night. Shy was down [...]

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It is such a challenge not to eat ice cream every day in the summer, since baking in my apartment is the equivalent of sitting in the New York Sports Club’s sauna. (Both feel equally gross.) But I found a recipe for a super quick chocolate pudding, which made for a fantastic, cool summer dessert. [...]

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