A “Mostly” Classic Cranberry Sauce


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I am a classic-Thanksgiving person. I like classic stuffing, classic mashed potatoes and classic cranberry sauce. Now, this doesn’t mean I don’t like adding teeny tiny twists to things. But for the most part I don’t like anything too crazy. I welcome weird and interesting twists when it comes to desserts though.

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Less Than 45 Minute Kimchi Rice Sandwich

Kimchi Burger Recipe

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Kimchi is hands down one of my favorite pickles. It’s delicious on its own, but it has many uses, making it much more than just a simple condiment. It’s this versatility that makes it special, and I love using it as an ingredient to boost the flavor of foods like tacos, pasta, and even baked beans.

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Stay Healthy In the Chill with Persimmon Arugula Salad


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Whenever Fall rolls around, the cozy food begins to pop up. Green soups and salads are traded for indulgent mac and cheeses and desserts. But I actually love salad at all times of year, regardless of temperature. A crisp salad, for me, is always necessary. I know that might seem odd seeing as that most of the things I like to cook and share are on the cozy side but I love vegetables.

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Adults Only: Shochu Hot Chocolate

Shochu Hot Chocolate

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Although Japan is most famous for its sake, the traditional tipple has a lesser-known cousin: shochu. With a 500-year history in Japan, this spirit is brewed like sake, before going through a classic pot still. Unlike many other clear distilled spirits, shochu only undergoes one pass through the still, which means it retains many of the flavors and aromas of the main ingredient.

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Quintessential Flavorful Pumpkin Chipotle Tomato Soup


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One of my favorite ingredients EVER is chipotle peppers in adobo. They are a cooks secret weapon; they pack huge flavor and are so inexpensive and readily available. I usually buy a whole can, use what I need and then freeze the rest. I pull one out when I need it and I’m always SO glad I froze them.

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What to Bring to a Party? Bacon Knots

Bacon Knot

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The holidays are coming, and parties, potlucks, and shindigs are happening left and right. The big question is always “What to bring?” Whether you’re planning a brunch party or you got invited to an office potluck, these simple bacon knots are a crowd-pleaser because they’re stuffed with the universal favorite: bacon.

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Italian Inspired Sun-dried Tomato Walnut Pasta


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Did you know October is the National Pasta Month? What a great month to just eat all the pasta possible! Toward the beginning of the month, I had the pleasure of being in Italy and eating pasta, Italian-style. Going to Italy (for the first time ever) was such an incredible learning and eating experience.

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Quick Side Dish: Balsamic Glazed Kabocha

Balsamic Glazed Kabocha

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Fall is upon us, which means the holidays are just around the corner. I’ve already started testing dishes on my guinea pigs in preparation for all the dinner parties and family get-togethers the season entails. With big cubes of tender kabocha pumpkin, sweet red bell pepper and whole basil leaves glazed in a tangy balsamic glaze, this quick side dish was a recent hit. It’s the perfect way to add a splash of color to your autumn table.

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