Easy, but Luxurious: Turnip and Crab Pasta Makes a Great Weeknight Dinner

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This easy weeknight pasta comes together in less than fifteen minutes, yet it makes for a cheerful and luxurious dish that’s worthy of a holiday dinner party. The combination of briny crab with the sweet tender turnips is irresistible, and by using the young turnip greens, they not only add festive color, they also add a wonderful hint of mustard to the dish.

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Celebrate the Joy of Hazelnut and Chocolate with Hazelnut Madeleines

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I think it’s safe to say that the flavor combo of hazelnut and chocolate is a favorable one. It’s so Christmas-like! I really wanted to make homemade chestnut flour but my boyfriend recently made chestnut soup and the boiling and peeling process completely made me realize I don’t think I’m up for the challenge. 

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Warm up a Cold Winter Day with Carrot Ginger Turmeric Soup

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This Carrot Ginger Soup is the perfect dish for a dreary winter day. Aside from having a vibrant saffron hue that makes it look like a bowlful of sunshine, it also has a permeating warmth thanks to the ample addition of ginger and turmeric. You can literally feel yourself warming up from the inside out as each spoonful of soup goes down.

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Swap Out the Peanut Butter and Bake a Batch of Tahini Buckeyes

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Tahini is a million times better to me than peanut butter, in my very humble opinion. I’ve always had tahini in my pantry. Over the years I’ve added it to hummus (of course), salad dressings, soba noodles, a whole lot of things! It took me a while to add it to sweet items but once I did, I never looked back. 

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Salmon Katsu is Like a Grownup Japanese Fish Stick

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While the idea of breading something in panko and frying it may have started with tonkatsu (pork cutlet), it’s a simple delicious preparation that works especially well for salmon. With a crisp golden brown shell containing a juicy tender piece of salmon that falls apart in your mouth like butter, it’s like a delicious Japanese-style fish stick.

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Ditch the Boxed Brownies Mix for These Marbled Cheesecake Brownies

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I’m guessing that either brownies or chocolate chip cookies were one of the first things everyone baked. Yes, it usually came from a box but the first time I mixed up some brownie batter, I was totally surprised as to why brownie box mixes even exist—everything is so simple! Making the homemade iteration doesn’t take more time than the box variety. 

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Rethink Your Vegetables with Spaghetti Squash Cacio e Pepe

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Cacio e Pepe, literally “cheese and pepper,” is a classic Roman pasta, which as the name implies involves tossing pasta with cheese and pepper. It can be made with any long thin pasta, but today I decided to make use of spaghetti squash to do a gluten-free version.

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Yes, You Can Pan Roast Chicken for One Without Hours of Work

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One of my favorite parts of roast chicken is the crispy skin. In fact, making the perfect roast chicken with crispy skin and juicy meat turned into a bit of an obsession for me, and I literally spent years perfecting my method. It involves wet brining the chicken before air-drying it for a day.

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