Understand the Flavor Framework of Miso Soup

Miso Soup

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Miso soup is traditionally served as a breakfast food in Japan. Mornings being a busy time in any culture, this easy soup only has a few components and comes together in under ten minutes.

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Roasted Veggie Flatbreads for Simple, Weeknight Meals

Roasted Veggie Flatbreads

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Lately I’ve been making pesto out of just about anything. This kale version is quickly becoming a favorite. I love kale, especially lacinato {or “dinosaur” kale} because it has a slightly sweeter taste and is more delicate than curly kale, which can be quite tough and fibrous.

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Get Fancy: Exquisite Steak With Brie and Mushrooms

Steak with Brie and Mushrooms

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I often hear people say that they’re too busy during the week to cook “real food.” While I’m not really sure what “real” in this context means, I can only assume they mean something wholesome and delicious. The thing is, preparing real food doesn’t have to be complicated or even time consuming.

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Strawberry Honey Smash: Your Go-To Summer Cocktail

Strawberry Honey Smash

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This is a fun and refreshing summer cocktail that’s perfect for casual get-togethers with friends…outside, of course! I wasn’t sure that the flavor of honey and strawberry would go, but it worked perfectly. Everything about this drink says summer to me!

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Vegan Zucchini Scones Are a Great Alternative With Tea

Vegan Zucchini Scones

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With a crisp flaky crust, and a moist tender interior, you’d never know that these scones are vegan. Thanks to some caramelized onions and shiitake mushroom powder, they almost taste like they have cheese in them. Chock full of zucchini and with a hint of Za’atar, which adds a marvelous herbal note, these scones make for a delicious savory alternative at tea.

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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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