Warm Up with Double Carrot Stew

Double Carrot Beef Stew

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With winter closing in, this is the time of year that my kitchen switches over from salads, stir-fries and steamed foods to stews, braises and roasts. It’s a yearly ritual dictated as much by the prevailing weather as my mood.

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Breakfast and a Movie? Try Buttered Popcorn Pancakes

Buttered Popcorn Pancakes recipe

A few weeks ago I was enjoying a late-night marathon of Mind of a Chef (when I definitely should’ve been sleeping), and fell instantly in love with the buttered popcorn grits made by Chef Daniel Patterson. As a person who has popcorn for dinner more than I’d like to admit, it was definitely a mind-blowing moment for me, and I couldn’t wait to experiment with the idea of adding buttered popcorn to everything. If you consume it straight, it tastes like buttered popcorn, but as you add it things like milkshakes (I did this) and pancakes, the flavor becomes a bit more subtle.

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Try Cabbage Wrapped Red Curry Salmon for Dinner

Cabbage Wrapped Red Curry Salmon

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It seems like a lifetime ago, but I used to date a half Singaporean and half Thai gal. While most people dread trips to their significant other’s homes, it was something I looked forward to because there was always a feast waiting at the table.

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How to Roast Garlic in a Few Easy Steps

How to Roast Garlic

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Roasted garlic is one of my favorite things to add to anything: aioli, salad dressings, soups or even to a piece of bread. The process is as easy as can be; the results are delicious.

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A New Way to Use Miso: Spicy Miso-Glazed Potatoes

Spicy Miso-Glazed Potatoes

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Miso is a versatile seasoning made by fermenting soybeans and a grain like barley or rice. I often get asked how it can be used, aside from in miso soup, and my answer is that it can be used almost anywhere in place of salt.

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Honey Graham Biscotti That Won’t Break Your Teeth

Honey Graham Biscotti recipe

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I’m guessing that at least once in your life you’ve had the not-so-awesome pleasure of biting into a slice of rock hard biscotti. You usually fall victim to such a thing at a neighborhood coffee shop, which serves up the “ubiquitous biscotti” half-dipped in chocolate. It’s appealing on the outside but when you bite into it, you realize you may need to take a trip to the dentist.

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Savor Simplicity with This Mushroom Bruschetta

Mushroom Bruscetta

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This mushroom bruschetta (pronounced brew-sket-ta) makes for a perfect party canapé with an impressive amount of flavor packed into every bite-sized toast. That’s because each garlicky crostini is topped with a mixture of caramelized scallions and savory mushrooms glazed with balsamic vinegar. Because it uses so few ingredients, it’s important to use the best ones that you can find, including the mushrooms, olive oil and balsamic vinegar.

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Savor Fall with Curry Sage Butternut Squash Soup

Curry Sage Butternut Squash Soup recipe

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Los Angeles is famous for its Indian summers. September and October have actually become my least favorite months because when the rest of the country is eating pumpkin and wearing sweaters, Los Angeles is usually experiencing some sort of dreadful heat wave.

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