Pancake Alternatives: Almond Dutch Baby

Almond Dutch Baby

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I spent a good year of my life testing pancake recipes for my Pancake cookbook – it was a glorious, carb-filled year. After that pancake-making stint, I didn’t want to eat or make another pancake recipe for a very, very long time. And I didn’t. I steered clear of them, instead opting for savory egg dishes with bacon or sausage on the side…until a few days ago when al I wanted in the entire world was a stack of fluffy buttermilk pancakes. As I opened my cupboard, I was disappointed to discover that I had run out of baking powder and baking soda, so I turned to the type of pancake that gets its leavening from eggs: the glorious Dutch Baby.

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Impress Party Guests with Curried Quinoa Salad

Curried Quinoa Salad

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Being a food blogger, I feel a lot of pressure when I’m invited to a potluck. Over the years I’ve managed to quell this anxiety by keeping it simple and having a stable of crowd pleasers at the ready. This curried quinoa salad is one of those dishes never fails delight and it’s ridiculously simply to make.

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Embrace Imperfection with Peach and Pistachio Galette

Peach and Pistachio Galette recipe

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I feel like the galettes have become as ubiquitous as the cupcake; they’ve been everywhere this summer. I’m pretty sure their identity as the “lazy, easy pie” is what makes them so appealing to the masses. No transferring of dough, no crimping, no perfection needed. Galettes embrace the flaws and imperfection all of us need sometimes.

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Get Grilling with Bacon-Wrapped Salmon

Bacon Wrapped Salmon with Maple Mustard Glaze

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While bacon wrapping may have seemed like an over-the-top fad (which it often was), there are some solid culinary reasons why the technique was probably first devised.

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Sip on Saffron Honey Lassi to Stay Cool

Saffron Honey Lassi

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Who’s ready for fall? I cannot wait for the arrival of fall. Scarves, autumn leaves, accompanied by crisp and breathable air…I’m so excited. I’m already planning a trip out to Los Rios Ranch to go apple picking, followed by a baking session full of different kinds of apple pies. Fall makes me giddy.

 

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Fill Up with Shredded Chicken and Sesame Salad

Shredded Chicken and Sesame Salad

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If you’ve been paying attention, you know that I’m not a big fan of lettuce in salads. Lettuce doesn’t taste very good, it’s not especially nutrient dense, and it has a tendency to leave you hungry after a few hours. That’s why I love salads like this one.

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Make Apricot Granola Bars for a Healthy School Snack

Granola Bars

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As a kid I always loved the hustle and bustle of “going back to school.” I really loved the activity of picking out my new lunch box, getting new clothes and the school supplies. My absolute favorite? There’s nothing like opening a fresh notebook.

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Five Reasons to Use a Kitchen Scale

Digital Scale

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You may have noticed that I’ve started including weight measures wherever possible. You may have even been a little annoyed by this practice (as I once was). But there’s a good reason for why I’m doing this, and that’s because volumetric measurements (cups, tablespoons, teaspoons) are the wrong way to measure large amounts of anything that is not a liquid.

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