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{Recipe: Roasted Fennel and Apple Salad}

Whenever I tell someone I have a food blog, without fail, I am asked the question, “What kind of food do youView full post »

{Time to Vote: The Marx Food Ridiculously Delicious Challenge}

VOTING IS NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC for Round 2 of the Marx Food “ Ridiculously Delicious Challenge.” It willView full post »

{Recipe: Chocolate Chip and Boozy Raisin Oatmeal Cookies}

Instead of having a post on the site today, I’m redirecting you to my guest post over at Cake Duchess. View full post »

B&G Oyster’s Coleslaw

There are only a few things that I’m a snob about.  My feeling is that if something is good, it’s good. View full post »

{Silent Sunday: Thomas Park}

“Atop the Dorchester Heights hill sits a tall monument commemorating the Patriot battery that drove theView full post »

{Silent Sunday: Root Vegetables}

There is nothing simpler, or more satisfying, than preparing root vegetables.  For my first Silent Sunday, I giveView full post »

{Recipe: Featherlight Corn Muffins}

I hate to say it, but I have trouble relaxing.  Each morning, I’m up at six, walking the pup.  I come home andView full post »

{How to De-Seed a Pomegranate}

We walked down the street from the kibbutz we were staying at in Israel, a bunch of strangers on a ten dayView full post »

Thanksgiving Recipe: Beet Chutney

There are a lot of stresses that come with planning a Thanksgiving menu.  But one thing I have learned, havingView full post »

Eating My Way Through A City

Usually I come back from trips a bit exhausted.  The long flights and uncomfortable lodging… it can all beView full post »

PFB Entry #1: An Introduction on My 26th Birthday

I can’t imagine a better way to introduce myself in this first entry for the Project Food Blog competition than toView full post »

Recipe: Homemade Ricotta

I can remember the first time I learned the difference between something that was homemade and store bought.  ItView full post »