Family-Friendly Korean: Vegetable Jap Chae

I’ve been on a bit of a Korean-food bender lately. Not authentic, mind you: Unless you’re talking Jew food or maybe an Italian-American recipe from my in-laws, authenticity ain’t my…

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Use Your Leftovers: Herb Chicken Pizza

Now that we’ve re-acquired our backyard, we’ve made it a point to grill just about every warm weekend. Polynesian Flank Steak. Ginger-and-Honey-Marinated Chicken. Kebabs. Plain ol’ burgers. A farmers’ market…

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Greek Stewed Vegetables

Given the sickness and the unbelievably addictive brown butter noodles and the curried chicken pot pie and the rainbow cookies, it’s been a carb-heavy month. Fruits and vegetables wallowed near…

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Thanksgiving-Friendly Recipes

Still looking for that perfect dish to bring to Aunt Edith’s? Look no further—you’ll find everything but the turkey on this list, a collection of my most autumnal (and celebratory)…

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Seven Years

Seven years ago today, I hit “publish” on my very first blog post. Since I imagine that most of you haven’t been reading along with me from Day One, now…

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