Now that we’re firmly into the month of September, it’s apple pie season. Which of these two apple pies will you be making this fall? Vote by pinning your favorite! Gingery Apple Crumb Pie Rustic Apple Tart
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Tired of the same old PB&J or turkey on wheat for lunch? We feel your pain, which is why we have 18 easy, healthy lunch ideas that you can take to work. A few favorites we’ll be making this week: Curried Turkey Pita Recipe Cool Asian Noodles with Tofu and Cashews Recipe Pasta Salad with Salami and Mozzarella Recipe Plus, […]
If you haven’t seen it yet, this is the video that everyone you know will be talking about this week. In honor of what would have been Julia Child’s 100th birthday, PBS has put up a remix of clips from her cooking show on their YouTube channel. Even better? They’ve autotuned it. Not only is it catchy (we can’t get […]
Happy April! What’s the best thing about this month? The spring temperatures? The early flowers in bloom? Nope, it’s grilled cheese. In honor of National Grilled Cheese Month, here are our favorite upgrades from RealSimple.com and the new ones we can’t wait to try from around the web. Our Favorites Classic Grilled Cheese (shown above) California Grilled Cheese (cheddar + red […]
Did you know that January is National Soup Month? Well, apparently it is. So to celebrate here are some of our favorite quick and easy soups and stews including Scallion and Potato Soup, Split-Pea Soup, and Mushroom Barley (shown). What is your favorite kind of soup to eat on a cold winter evening?
Get tips for finding new cooking inspiration from our managing editor Kristin van Ogtrop and our food director Allie Lewis Clapp. Then once you’ve found new recipes to try, use these tips to keep them organized and easy to find. Stay tuned, next week is our last week of the Take Back Dinnertime Challenge!
Like most people I know who like to cook, I love cookbooks. And like most people who love cookbooks, I cherish old, out-of-print volumes that capture one place or period in time. I spent a recent Saturday browsing through a used book store and came across two fantastic finds: A decades-old edition of the classic The Virginia Housewife, first published […]