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  • VideoFirstleaf vs Winc – Wine Club Comparison Review
    Thinking of joining a wine club? It’s a great jumpstart if you want to immerse yourself into modern wine culture and helps you explore an assortment of brands and types of wine.  In this article, we’re comparing two popular wine clubs, Firstleaf vs Winc, and we’ll help you decide which... Read more »
  • Complete Guide To Tequila
    Introduction Tequila has many meanings to people all over the world. Regardless of how you prefer your tequila, it is a versatile spirit that can easily be enjoyed whenever, wherever, and however you want. With over 300 separate characteristics, tequila has a depth of aromas and flavors that can be... Read more »
  • Best Whiskey Smoker Kit
    On the hunt for a good whiskey smoker kit? There are many different types of smoking tools and kits available online to complete your very own bartending nook at home. Here are some of the best whiskey smoker brands we recommend. How Does A Whiskey Smoker Work? A whiskey (cocktail)... Read more »
  • Gummy Bear Shot Recipe
    Candies like the classic multi-colored gummy bears are timeless favorites. Their sweet, juicy, and fruity flavors must’ve made your childhood fun and memorable. Now, the Gummy Bear Shot allows you to enjoy all of these familiar flavors with an interesting twist.  What Does A Gummy Bear Shot Taste Like? Interestingly,... Read more »
  • Jolly Rancher Shot Recipe
    You loved those classic Jolly Rancher candies as a kid, and you’ll surely love them again with the Jolly Rancher Shot. Reminisce happy childhood memories with your pals with this shot that you can make in just minutes. Why Is It Called A Jolly Rancher Shot The cocktail takes its... Read more »
  • Mexican Candy Shots Recipe
    Wanna go for a Mexican-themed fiesta? There’s no better way to enjoy after feasting on burritos and enchiladas than with the Mexican Candy Shot, whose explosion of flavors will definitely spice up the night.  What Does A Mexican Candy Shot Taste Like? This Mexican Candy Shot is a delightful, balanced... Read more »
  • Washington Apple Shot Recipe
    One can always draw the good out of something bad, and the distinct fruity flavor of the Washington Apple Shot is a fantastic example of that. But what’s the story behind this popular disco cocktail?   What Does A Washington Apple Shot Taste Like? The Washington Apple Shot is a fabulous,... Read more »



    Skinny Taste

  • Oysters Rockefeller
    This easy Oysters Rockefeller recipe is always a hit. Topped with creamy spinach and breadcrumbs that get hot and golden under the broiler. Oysters Rockefeller I have never met an oyster I didn’t love! Even people who don’t like raw oysters love these broiled Oysters Rockefeller which are cooked and... Read more »
  • Fennel Gratin
    Baked fennel gratin is made with onion and olive oil and topped with Gruyere, Parmesan, panko crumbs, and nutmeg. Fennel Gratin Baked fennel pairs so well with Gruyere and Parmesan. In this easy gratin, the fennel wedges are baked with onions and stock and finished with a crisp, golden topping... Read more »
  • Savory Steel Cut Oatmeal
    Savory Steel Cut Oats for breakfast is loaded with protein and provides a good dose of fiber, which will keep you feeling satisfied longer. Savory Steel Cut Oats If you never had savory oats, think of hearty grits or risotto! This breakfast for one is made with breakfast sausage, mushrooms,... Read more »
  • 7 Day Healthy Meal Plan (Dec 5-11)
    A free 7-day, flexible weight loss meal plan including breakfast, lunch and dinner ideas and a shopping list. All recipes include macros and links to WW recipe builder to get your personal points. 7 Day Healthy Meal Plan I love to bake- so does my mom and my aunt and... Read more »
  • Asian Chicken Lettuce Wraps
    Quick and easy Asian Lettuce Wraps are delicious! Made with ground chicken, shiitake mushrooms, water chestnuts with a spicy hoisin sauce. Asian Lettuce Wraps Some of you probably know how much I love using lettuce leaves as a wrap for everything from Turkey Taco Lettuce Wraps and Buffalo Chicken Lettuce Wraps to BLT Lettuce Wraps... Read more »
  • Herb Roasted Carrots
    These easy Herb Roasted Carrots bake in the oven with garlic, thyme, and parsley. They’re a healthy side dish that goes well with any protein, like roasted chicken or turkey. Herb Roasted Carrots Nothing beats the natural sweetness of oven-roasted carrots, which are elevated by using fresh herbs. They come... Read more »
  • Air Fryer Chicken Thighs
    These crispy Air Fryer Chicken Thighs have become a weeknight staple in my house. An easy recipe that you can whip up super fast! Air Fryer Chicken Thighs These easy Air Fryer Chicken Thighs take only minutes to prep and are very versatile. You can switch up the spices to... Read more »




    smitten kitchen

  • green angel hair with garlic butter + smitten kitchen keepers is here!
    Today my third cookbook, Smitten Kitchen Keepers, comes out and thank goodness, because it’s been impossibly hard to keep it from you this long. It feels downright unfair that I figured out how to make the best molasses cookie — thick, tender, but also one-bowl, no hand-mixer required, the kind... Read more »
  • apple and cheddar crisp salad
    This is an apple and cheddar salad and I would humbly argue an excellent one, the best I’ve ever made, but this recipe is also an excuse for me to share a few of the best tricks I keep up my sleeve (I always wanted to be a cook who... Read more »
  • focaccia onion board
    Welcome to the cutting room floor. Whenever I finish a cookbook, there are recipes that didn’t make the final book not because they’re flawed in any way, but because they weren’t necessary. Smitten Kitchen Keepers already has a couple great savory breads and sufficient caramelized onion magnificence, so I pulled... Read more »
  • apple dumplings
    The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook, my first cookbook, turns 10 years old in a few weeks, and inside it is what I call one of the best summer desserts I’ve ever made, peach dumplings with bourbon hard sauce. These were a whim that occured to me one morning before dawn when... Read more »
  • turkey pesto meatballs and orecchiette
    As long as we are a full six days before fall begins, I am allowed to sneak in one more zucchini recipe. It would be right there in my contract, had I one, above the expectation of ironed shoelaces and below that of a daily slice of chocolate biscuit cake.... Read more »
  • eggplant involtini
    It makes no sense at all, but for most of this past winter, I craved eggplant parmesan. I tried to tell myself that we were half a year to eggplant season and would I prefer some… cabbage or turnip parmesan instead? (I would not.) I made it a few times.... Read more »
  • corn butter farro
    A logical progression after making zucchini butter spaghetti a few times — provided you’re a person who likes zucchini, butter, and spaghetti, or what happens when the first two melt silkily against the third — is to ask yourself, what can I butter next? What vegetable wants to be cooked... Read more »



    Joy the Baker

  • Let It Be Sunday, 396!
    Hello friends! I am a person who enjoys pointing out that it’s raining when it’s raining. (Is that a midwestern thing? I do it all the time.) It’s the same for the months of the year, so please don’t be mad at me for exclaiming, can you believe it’s December?!... Read more »
  • Holiday Gift Guide 2022 from Team Joy the Baker
    It’s that time of year, when the world falls in love! Every song you hear, seems to say, “Get me gift cards.”  But, while we may be last minute wrapper paper purchasers, we are not gift card givers.  At least… not yet.  We still have a few weeks to be... Read more »
  • Let It Be Sunday, 395!
    Welcome to another sweet Sunday, friends. We have a different offering this Sunday: a few breezy links and my best recipe for sweet potato pancakes. I’m writing this on Wednesday night before Thanksgiving, sitting next to my spiral notebook with all of my Thanksgiving prep notes.  Currently scheming how much... Read more »
  • The Better Baker Gift Guide and Giveaway
    Friends! I’ve been scheming with my friends at Williams Sonoma to bring you this incredible gift guide and giveaway!  I created the Better Baker Gift Guide with some of my favorite kitchen items. Baking isn’t all about the gear – we’re driven by our sweet teeth, afterall.  BUT the right... Read more »
  • Three Great Ways To Ruin Your Appetite on Thanksgiving
    Three easy Thanksgiving appetizers that are worth ruining your appetite over. I mean… are you really looking forward to turkey?  I didn’t think so. 🙂 One of the most under-appreciated aspects of adulthood is SNACKING, grazing, fiddling with the olive jar inside the open refrigerator door.  I snack so regularly,... Read more »
  • Let It Be Sunday, 394!
    Hello, friends! What’s your favorite fall album? I think the most quintessential autumn album is Paul McCartney’s Ram. Released in 1971, it was McCartney’s first solo record and was conceived on a farm in Scotland where he’d built a love nest with Linda. All the songs have a cozy, domestically... Read more »
  • Fluffy Cranberry Cream Pie
    The perfect retro pie made with Jell-O and Cool Whip.  Pinky sweet cranberry pie topped with lightly whipped cream and, at the very last minute, chocolate covered pretzels.  This sweet lady is this year’s unexpected and delightful Thanksgiving pie. Every Thanksgiving my family is just chasing the high of my... Read more »



    Sprouted Kitchen

    I always buy a bundle of bananas at the market, only 1 of 4 of us actually snacks on a banana, which leaves lots of moments of overripe bananas that are too ripe for snacking but perfect for baking. 4 of 4 like the baked goods with the bananas. You’re... Read more »
    She was sitting on the edge of the pool, waiting for her turn at swim lessons and was completely sausaged into her swimsuit. Her longer body stretching the length of the bathing suit so that the chest of it was too low and the straps looked stressed. Beautiful, tender, winter... Read more »
    Fa la la la la! It’s baking season and this cake was a hit. Of course we all love cookies, and I have plenty of those on the list. My people love a breakfast sweet, and this has stood in for a simple dinner dessert on occasion as well. I... Read more »
    It has been a busy cookbook season! I spent last night reading through the Ottolenghi Test Kitchen Cookbook and am revisiting everything I have bookmarked in Aran’s Cannelle et Vanille Bakes Simple while it is rainy this week and we can work on some baking projects. If you eat gluten... Read more »
    Dinner seems so hard sometimes. I cook for SKCC during the day, so we have wonderful lunches, and obviously there are leftovers, but that leaves me not following my own advice as far as having a plan for dinner most nights. Ironic isn’t it? I have plans for lunch, we... Read more »
    I really wanted to push this as a smash cake idea, but I must tell you that in retesting, it is quite delicate. It is DELICIOUS, but she is not a sturdy, easy to frost cake. I’ll give it to you straight in case you have dreams of a Pinterest-worthy... Read more »
  • Quinoa & Sweet Potato Salad w/ Turmeric Tahini Dressing
    It used to be easier to write here. I like imagining who I am writing to and I’ve lost some of that here. I thought Instagram was a more effective place to share, but that place changed for me, as well. So, I want to be back here like I... Read more »



    Love and Olive Oil

  • Caramel Apple & Almond Cream Tart
    This dazzling fall dessert features flavor-packed layers of spiced salted caramel, tart apple, sultry vanilla and elegant almond; topped with a mascarpone whipped cream and gorgeous roses made from thinly sliced apple. With distinct layers of spiced apple caramel, vanilla almond crémeux, and mascarpone whipped cream all in a sweet... Read more »
  • Amaretto Chocolate Chip Cookies
    Almond lovers, this recipe is for you! A perfectly chewy and gooey chocolate chip cookie infused with a double dose of almond flavor, with puddles of melted dark chocolate and a sprinkle of flake sea salt to finish it off right. As if a classic chocolate chip cookie wasn’t good... Read more »
  • Spiced Pumpkin Banana Bread
    This spiced pumpkin banana bread is incredibly moist and flavorful, infused with seasonal spices and topped with pumpkin seeds for extra texture and crunch. Pumpkin and banana aren’t necessarily an obvious combination, but together they make for a stunning seasonal twist on a classic banana bread that’s perfect with your... Read more »
  • Ultimate Foodie Holiday Gift Guide
    Holiday shopping season seems to come earlier and earlier every year, so unlike previous years where I’ve waited until after Thanksgiving to post my gift guide, this year I somehow managed to get it done early so you can take advantage of all the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales... Read more »
  • Pistachio Crème Brûlée
    Classic crème brûlée gets a nutty new twist in this ultra-creamy pistachio crème brûlée recipe, made with luscious pistachio cream for a gorgeous flavor and color. With a golden brown caramelized sugar topping a touch of gold leaf for added elegance, this dessert is as stunning as it is easy... Read more »


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  • Our Most Popular Recipes in November
    If Halloween is the pre-season, then November is my cooking Super Bowl (that’s the extent of my knowledge of and interest in sports, so let’s move on). As home cooks everywhere geared up for weeks of holiday cooking and baking, there were more than a few new dishes that caught... Read more »
  • 14 Best Cookbooks to Give (& Get) This Holiday Season
    It was a big year for cookbooks, and in the last few months, we've seen an especially strong batch of publications. It’s no secret that cookbooks make great holiday gifts, but with so many titles to pick from, where does one start? I sifted through dozens of recently-published books, from... Read more »
  • 7 British Pantry Staples to Stock Up on For Your Next Bake
    Golden syrup and clotted cream are everyday ingredients in the U.K., yet many Americans have never even heard of them. These British staples are crucial for classic desserts like treacle tarts and roly-poly pudding—you may only have seen while watching The Great British Baking Show. Compared to American doughnuts and... Read more »
  • My Mom Says ‘I Love You’ with Aloo Paratha
    The first question my mom asks when she hears I’m coming home for a visit is “What do you want to eat?” It has been this way since I left for college, and to her undying frustration, I always say something like “Whatever’s easiest!” She throws out suggestions. “Chicken curry?... Read more »
  • 30 Easy Soup Recipes to Slurp All Winter Long
    A simmering pot of soup brimming with chunky vegetables and warm spices is a hallmark of fall and winter cooking. Soup should be easy to make and comforting to consume. While many recipes require hours to make and a dozen or more ingredients, simple soups that take less than an... Read more »
  • Why All Your Holiday Cocktails Are Better Off With Bitters
    We’ve teamed up with ANGOSTURA® bitters to brighten your holiday gatherings with their flavorful line-up of celebration-worthy bitters. Think: nutty cocoa bitters, warming orange bitters, and their good ol’ fashioned aromatic bitters—add a dash (or three) to your favorite seasonal sipper. Once the weather officially shifts and I can don... Read more »
  • Failing at Croquembouche Helped Me Overcome Bullying
    When I was a freshman in high school, I was nearly pushed down the stairs, startled by pop-up jocks from behind doors and called homophobic slurs. The day before Christmas break was one of the best school days of the year for most kids, second only to the last day... Read more »



    Welcome to Rosemarie's Kitchen

  • Reasons to Celebrate!
    Eighty Nine years ago today, the 21st Amendment to the US Constitution was ratified, thus repealing the ill-fated 18th Amendment. In other words, Prohibition was over and the bars threw open their doors (legally) once more. Prohibition is a great example of what happens when morality is over regulated and... Read more »
  • Peace Be With You
    Peace be with you. And with your spirit. Peace I leave you. My peace I give you. Peace is more than just a greeting among the faithful. It is a hope and a prayer as well as a promise from above. On this, the Second Sunday of Advent, the focus... Read more »
  • Warm Banana Bread
    Back in September, I took on a crazy project – called it my Cookie Project. I wanted to take as many recipes for cakes, cookies, breads and so forth for a test drive. The end goal was to have perfected as many recipes as possible to donate to next year’s... Read more »
  • Spicy Friday Night Bites
    Here we are, the first Friday of December. Wow – December! Where did 2022 go? For that matter, where did the last two years go? It sure has been a wild and crazy ride. The world seems to be spinning out of control and it’s making me dizzy. Did you... Read more »
  • Rosa Parks and Apple Pies
    In Montgomery Alabama 67 years ago the average high temperature was about 58 degrees. Not exactly balmy weather, but not frigidly cold either. The overnight lows dropped to about 40 degrees that year. Interestingly enough, on the 3rd of December 1955 Montgomery reached a daytime high of a whopping 78... Read more »
  • Hooray – It’s Mississippi Day
    I’m not sure which is more time consuming – writing the intro piece leading to the recipes, or selecting the recipes themselves. One thing I do know, going through the thousands and thousands of amazing dishes out there is so much fun! Today is National Mississippi Day. Mississippi is often... Read more »
  • Our Lady of Beauraing and Giving
    Our Lady of Beauraing, or the Virgin of the Golden Heart, tells us of an event that took place in Beauraing, Belgium in the winter of 1932 involving five children. The children range in ages of between 9 and 15 at the time. The Lady first appeared on the evening... Read more »



    Jessica Gavin

  • Lentil Soup
    Lentil Soup This Mediterranean-style lentil soup recipe is easy to make! Simmer nutritious brown lentils with sauteed vegetables, herbs, and spices until tender. Then puree the flavorful mixture until smooth and top with fresh tomatoes and parsley. Try my minestrone, tomato basil, or French onion soups for additional warm meals... Read more »
  • Classic Italian Minestrone Soup
    Classic Italian Minestrone Soup Delicious minestrone soup recipe mixes vegetables, beans, fresh herbs, and ditalini pasta simmered in a savory tomato broth. Pairing fresh ingredients with canned beans and tomatoes creates a quick stovetop dish. This easy minestrone soup is simple to prepare at home! It’s a popular appetizer served... Read more »
  • Peanut Butter Cookies
    Peanut Butter Cookies Delicious, easy peanut butter cookies that everyone will think you bought from a bakery. The recipe has a roasted peanut flavor from chopped pieces and a creamy spread that strike the right balance of texture and consistency. Trust me. You’re going to want to keep this peanut... Read more »
  • Classic Sugar Cookies
    Classic Sugar Cookies Get ready to make festive holiday sugar cookies with lightly crisp edges and soft, chewy centers. This no-spread sugar cookie dough is perfect for decorating! The dough stores well, so you can prepare it in advance until ready to bake. Every home baker needs a reliable and... Read more »
  • The Best Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies
    The Best Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies The best soft and chewy chocolate chip cookie recipe! These handheld treats are crisp on the edges with soft centers. When eaten fresh, burnt fingertips and chocolate-streaked hands are worth every bite! Looking for more classic treats? You can’t go wrong with peanut butter... Read more »



    Carlsbad Cravings

  • Beef Ragu
    This Beef Ragu recipe is cozy, elevated comfort food to rival any restaurant, easy to make, and tastes even better the next day for make-ahead magic! This Beef Ragu Sauce is a must-have/must-make recipe for every home cook!  It’s rich, hearty, saucy and satisfying, exploding with bright tomato, basil, garlic... Read more »
  • Sweet Potato Salad
    This Sweet Potato Salad will have everyone coming back for seconds – ideal for the holidays or crave worthy for every day! This Sweet Potato Salad recipe is a vibrant, beautiful, showstopper for Thanksgiving and Christmas, and every dinner in between!  It’s loaded with maple kissed roasted sweet potatoes, peppery... Read more »
  • Pecan Pie Cookies
    Pecan Pie Cookies deliver all of the rich, nutty, caramel-like flavors of pecan pie but in easy, thumbprint cookie form!  These Pecan Pie Cookies will steal the show at every cookie exchange and Christmas get together! They taste just like pecan pie (or better!) in sharable, bite-size form. These soft,... Read more »
  • Turkey Shepherd’s Pie
    This Tukey Shepherd’s Pie recipe is the definition of comfort food and so easy thanks to leftover turkey or rotisserie chicken – the dish practically makes itself! Turkey Shepherd’s Pie is the ideal cozy recipe for using up those holiday leftovers, or swap in ground turkey or rotisserie chicken! It’s... Read more »
  • Caramel Apple Cheesecake
    Caramel Apple Cheesecake is the best of creamy cheesecake and apple pie baked into one celebratory fall dessert!   This Caramel Apple Cheesecake is a showstopping dessert for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and every fall occasion in between!  The lusciously creamy cheesecake is infused with cozy fall spices, topped with warm, brown... Read more »
  • Green Beans Almondine
    This Green Bean Almondine recipe is an elegant, simple, dizzyingly delicious side dish made with crisp tender green beans, crispy bacon and crunchy almonds that pairs well with just about anything, perfect for the holidays or every day! Green Beans Almondine is the fresh, sophisticated, approachable answer to green bean... Read more »
  • Roast Turkey Breast
    This Roast Turkey Breast recipe is supremely juicy, tender, flavorful, smothered in herb butter under the skin and drenched with gravy over top! This Roasted Turkey Breast will steal the show from the holiday sides!  It’s the easy-to-prep alternative to a full-size turkey that comes pre-brined, cooks more evenly and... Read more »



    Garden in the Kitchen

  • Slow Cooker Venison Chili
    This Slow Cooker Venison Chili is a rustic, stick-to-your-bones meal packed with protein and fiber. It’s made in a crockpot with lean ground venison, three types of beans, veggies, and smoky chili seasonings. Instant Pot and stovetop instructions included. Wild venison is often overlooked as an everyday protein source, but... Read more »
  • Ground Beef Butternut Squash Skillet
    Switch up your fall and winter weeknight dinner routine with this Ground Beef Butternut Squash Skillet! It’s a nourishing one-skillet meal made with a short list of whole foods. Naturally dairy and gluten free! Butternut squash transforms even the simplest recipes into heartwarming comfort food. In this 30-minute Ground Beef... Read more »
  • Best Cauliflower Mashed Potato Recipe
    This cauliflower mashed potato recipe is the best! Silky smooth and extra creamy mashed cauliflower is the perfect holiday side dish, not to mention low carb and keto-friendly. Easy to make with 5 ingredients. These are the Best Cauliflower Mashed Potatoes because they taste exactly like real mashed potatoes! It’s... Read more »
  • Quinoa Kale Butternut Squash Salad
    This Quinoa Kale Butternut Squash Salad features the best of fall, like roasted squash, quinoa, kale, dried cranberries, and pumpkin seeds. Dressed in a homemade green goddess dressing, this hearty fall salad is a must for the holiday season! Just because it’s the holidays doesn’t mean you can’t sneak a... Read more »
  • Sausage and Apple Stuffed Honey nut Squash
    For nights when all you want is a cozy dinner try this Sausage and Apple Stuffed Honey Nut Squash. This recipe is very easy and packed with protein and vegetables. If you’re looking for a way to eat healthy while enjoying wonderfully festive, cozy vibes that make this time of... Read more »
  • Garlic Butter Mushrooms
    These low carb and vegetarian Garlic Butter Mushrooms are a perfect side dish for the holidays or year-round. Each mushroom is full of savory garlic flavors and a pop of umami. Easy to make in one pan! If you need a foolproof, yet flavorful side dish to ‘wow’ your guests... Read more »
  • Turkey Ragù Tagliatelle
    This Turkey Ragù Tagliatelle is lighter than a classic bolognese sauce but still packed with hearty and rich flavors. Ready in 1 hour, naturally gluten free, and perfect for weeknight dinners! Making quick and easy dinners for your family doesn't mean you should have to sacrifice flavor. Just make this... Read more »




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