Dark Chocolate Hummus S’mores

Dark Chocolate Hummus S’mores

This post is sponsored by BabbleBoxx.com on behalf of Tribe Hummus If you think about it, dessert hummus isn’t such an outrageous concept. If you’ve had a slice of navy bean pie, Chinese moon cakes, or Japanese daifukumochi, you’re already there....
Pork Roast with Red Wine Currant Sauce

Pork Roast with Red Wine Currant Sauce

There’s nothing like gathering around the table with family and friends as a beautiful summer approaches. This is the time of year where an impressive dish elicits “ooh’s” and “ahh’s” when presented to the table. I love to make a beautiful pork roast and then give it...
Creamy Cashew Dressing

Creamy Cashew Dressing

No saturated fat (or at least it’s VERY low). No oils. No crap. This is the most delicious and healthy homemade salad dressing I’ve ever had. If you’re like me and spend hours looking at the back of dressing bottles in grocery stores, you know...
Double Chocolate Chip Coconut Cookies

Double Chocolate Chip Coconut Cookies

by Joanna Wohlmuth Spending more time in the kitchen is about the only upside I’ve found to the never-ending cold weather. Snow day baking is definitely the ideal, but any cold and dark night is a good time to turn on the oven. Adding some tropical flair to a standard...
Chocolate Hazelnut Slice-and-Bake Cookies

Chocolate Hazelnut Slice-and-Bake Cookies

I don’t think I need to tell you how well chocolate and hazelnut go together. I’ve never been able to resist the siren song of a jar of Nutella. Now, I know better than to even keep it around. My brother and I could go through a jar of that addictive stuff in days...
Beer Bratwursts with Onions

Beer Bratwursts with Onions

by Jackie JechaWhile the petition to make baseball’s opening day a national holiday may not actually result in an extra day off, many people already celebrate the day, including us. We’ve been baseball fans for as long as we can remember. Heck, we even had...
Mushroom Risotto

Mushroom Risotto

by Jaclyn JechaSo far, we’ve only received two From the Farmer deliveries but they’ve changed the way we eat. Now, our meals are centered around vegetables – which is always a good thing. Especially when there’s cheese involved. (We’re from Wisconsin – it happens. A...
Grilled Tomatoes With Pesto and Crab Compote

Grilled Tomatoes With Pesto and Crab Compote

As we come into the end of summer, something light and fresh is what I had in mind when I created this dish. Photo credit Jai Williams   Grilled Tomatoes With Pesto and Crab Compote IngredientsDirections 1 oz of lump crab1 oz of back fin crab1 jalapeno, stemmed...
Chris Cosentino’s Clams and Chorizo

Chris Cosentino’s Clams and Chorizo

If we had a beer for every time Chris Cosentino said “pork fat” at our faces, we’d be schwasted.  “I like pork fat. Pork fat’s a good thing,” says the San Francisco-based chef who once worked at beloved DC restaurants Red Sage and Kinkead’s.Raised in Rhode Island,...
Kiwi Roasted Leg of Lamb and Vegetables

Kiwi Roasted Leg of Lamb and Vegetables

The Kiwis do a lot of things well–bungie jumping, sheep shearing, speaking with cute little accents, but let me fill you in on what they do exceptionally well: LAMB. That’s right, if you want the best leg of lamb you’ve even sunk your pearly whites into, you’ll need...
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