Create Simple, Yet Smoky Baba Ghanoush

Smoky, sweet, tangy and creamy with a hint of garlic and olive oil; the complex array of flavors in a good Baba Ghanoush belies its short list of simple ingredients. It’s not complicated to make, but there are a few tricks that make the difference between the nuanced eggplant dish I love and a watery, pallid excuse for a dip.

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Taste Fall Flavors with Kabocha Squash Soup

Try Jenna's recipe for squash soup
ThanksgivingLast weekend I tried the most delicious kabocha squash soup at a camping resort in Big Sur, California. The squashes were grown on site in their organic garden and it was the perfect thick soup to warm up with on a chilly, foggy night.

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Enjoy Crispy Fried Oysters

Fried Oysters

There’s something very gratifying about biting through the crisp outer crust and into the tender center of a fried oyster. It’s an ephemeral moment when your ears hear the crispy crust crackling as it gives way, your mouth is flooded with the briny juices from the oyster, and your nostrils fill with the smell of a salty ocean breeze.

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Wake Up with Whole Grain Gingerbread Pancakes

Rise and shine!

Try Jenna's recipe for gingerbread pancakes

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Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day and I love going all out on the weekends. And since I don’t own a waffle iron, pancakes are my very favorite way to celebrate Saturday mornings.

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Discover the Story Behind Mapo Tofu

I love a dish with a good story behind it, and Mapo Tofu is a legendary dish from the Sichuan province in China that has a good one. Well, actually it has several, but my favorite is that of an old lady (po) whose face was covered in pockmarks (mazi).

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Stay Warm with Spicy Black Bean Chili

This Spicy Black Bean Chili recipe features chili powder and chipotle peppers for a vegetarian chili.

This Spicy Black Bean Chili recipe features chili powder and chipotle peppers for a vegetarian chili.

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It’s that time of year again! It’s time for soups, stews and chilies to keep warm and cozy as the temperature starts to dip. I love making big batches of chili and freezing it in individual sized Tupperware containers so I can have a warm meal quickly when I’m low on time. And this black bean chili is one of my favorites!

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Welcome Fall with Pot Roasted Chicken

Make Marc's recipe for potroast chicken

As I flipped the calendar from September to October, summer abruptly turned into fall, and my inner carnivore awakened from an all summer long hibernation. I don’t know about everyone else, but as the air takes on a crisp edge and verdant foliage begins to pale, I begin to crave roasts and braises. It’s as though an oven deep within my soul has been ignited and is begging to be fed meats to brown, collagen to melt, and root vegetables to caramelize.

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Make Creamy White Bean Dip with Pita Chips

Get Jenna's recipe for White Bean Dip

Have you ever made your own pita chips before?

It’s so easy and they taste so much better than anything you could ever find at the store!

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