Is Apricot Crostata the Springtime Cousin of Pie?

Apricot Crostata

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I found some fresh apricots at my local market the other day, and couldn’t wait to get home to bake with them!

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Light, Crispy Rusk Is the Perfect Snack

Rusk

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In a culture that has an over-used word for the act of being wasteful, it’s no surprise that the Japanese have taken this humble treat made with stale bread and turned it into a booming trend. It’s reached such a fever pitch, that upscale neighborhoods like Ginza have shops specializing in Rusk with people queue up to buy $30 boxes containing gold and silver wrapped slices of the upcycled bread.

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Blueberry Bread Makes Mother’s Day Brunch Vibrant

Blueberry Bread

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Treat your mom to something extra special this Sunday! This sweet breakfast bread tastes just like a giant blueberry muffin and is the perfect addition to your Mother’s Day brunch.

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Pasta Primavera With Fresh, Green Vegetables

Pasta Primavera

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Legend has it that this pasta was invented by Sirio Maccioni, owner of the fabled Le Cirque, during a trip to Nova Scotia. Maccioni was tasked with cooking a meal for a group of culinary luminaries, but when it came time for him to cook, he wasn’t able to find any of the ingredients he needed for the dish he had planed. Instead, he scraped together a pasta using the ingredients that were in the fridge: asparagus, broccoli, peas, mushrooms and zucchini with a cream sauce.

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Infuse a Honey Soy Flavor into Chicken Dinner

Honey Soy Chicken

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Let’s face it, sometimes chicken breasts can be a tad….well, boring. Not this time!

I love the Asian flavors at play here in this simple weeknight dish. This chicken just requires an hour to marinate, but other than that it’s on the table in less than twenty minutes.

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Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with Simple Mushroom Tacos

Braised Mushroom Tacos

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With Cinco de Mayo around the corner, I’m sure many of you are looking for an easy delicious meal to celebrate this adopted holiday. If you’re anything like me, Cinco de Mayo is probably more of an excuse to drink margaritas with friends than to commemorate the Mexican Army’s victory over the French at the Battle of Puebla. Rather than slave over a hot stove while my guests drink all my booze, I like to make simple dishes that can be prepared in advance.

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Skip the Bag: Make Your Own Oven Baked Potato Chips

Oven Baked Potato Chips recipe

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I love the somewhat retro snack of potato chips and sour cream dip. Trust me when I say I could go through an entire bag of chips in one sitting! It may or may not have happened before. Just saying. However, my life pretty much changed for the better when I realized that I could bake my potato chips and they’d still taste delicious.

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Sour and Spicy Combine in Lemon Chili Chicken

Lemon Chili Chicken recipe

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Aside from time it takes for the chicken to bathe in a garlicky marinade, this dish only takes a few minutes of chopping and a few minutes of stir-frying, making it perfect for a quick weeknight meal. Its preparation goes much like most East Asian stir-fries, but the decidedly West Asian ingredients make for a tantalizing array of flavors that will lure your taste buds into rapt attention.

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