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These bars were baked with a very specific person in mind: My father-in-law, Jim. He and my mother-in-law keep to a gloriously healthy diet. They have a bountiful garden behind their small urban home, and they eat two modest home-cooked meals a day, one after a vigorous early morning swim. However, on special occasions, restraint vanishes and I find a lot of pleasure in offering Jim his two favorite foods in the whole world: Butter and maple syrup. One such occasion presented itself this past week when Jim showed up at the house my husband and I have been painstakingly renovating for months just to help with the project nearest to my heart: The kitchen.
A&M say: We love pine nuts and rosemary together (could anything be more evocative of rolling Tuscan hills?), but the idea of combining them in brittle form struck us as groundbreaking. Ms.
Author Notes: Versions of this simple quick dessert have circulated around the valley for years. It's a great dessert to make at the last minute. I have quite a few lemon trees , mostly Eureka (big thick skinned), but only a few sweet Meyer lemons which make the best tarte But, it only takes one large lemon! Unfortunately for me, lemons don't pair very well with red wine. - dymnyno ( less ) Author Notes: Versions of this simple quick dessert have circulated around the valley for years.
April 17th, 2012 I love pancakes and not just the morning kind smothered in butter and pure maple syrup. For me, the greatness of pancakes is less about a particular flavor than it is the perfect presentation. I love the way that pancakes hug tight all of your ingredients, whether sweetened orange zest and hazelnuts or savory zucchini and aleppo pepper .
Author Notes: Being a Jersey girl, this salad showcases two of my favorite local ingredients, corn and tomatoes. This salad is best at the peak of summer when corn is most sweet, fresh, and juicy. Its light, crisp flavor makes a delicious side dish when served with grilled meats, or it can also stand alone as a light lunch. ( less ) Author Notes: Being a Jersey girl, this salad showcases two of my favorite local ingredients, corn and tomatoes.
I know, I know. You read that post title and thought to yourself, Katy is clearly messing with us this morning. And then you thought, Seriously, Katy?
This is for fudge and brownie lovers out there who want to enjoy their decadent squares sans flour and refined sugar. For a look at this recipe without pictures, view:
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Photos by Kevin Schuder This recipe was created exclusively for TreeHugger by Kevin Schuder, Executive Chef at Yield Wine Bar , to pair with a bottle of Bodega Bay 'Portworks' Admiral's Reserve Red Port from our featured green wine maker, Kaz Vineyard & Winery . "There are so many layers of flavor, I feel like I could drink this every night for the rest of my life and still find new ways to appreciate it.
Sadly, I haven’t always been kind to pumpkins.
I have fond memories of eating cream cheese and jelly sandwiches as a child. My friends thought it was the strangest thing, but then, they probably never had the delight of tasting the combination. Salty and creamy mixed with sweet and fruity, who wouldn't love that?
Healthy Cake Pops?!
The following article was written by Ashley Palmer. Looking for a healthier (and kinder) alternative to chicken wings ? Try these juicy, tangy, and spicy buffalo cauliflower "wings"!
When I announced to my family I was going to make brownies with lentils in them last night, my teenager was skeptical. “Are you sure, Mom?
The following article was written by Keegan Baur.