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Fresh from the Farmers Market Blueberry-Lavender Jam

At my local farmers market, the blueberries have finally arrived, and I just could not resist purchasing a flat. While I could have made a buckle or cobbler with the scrumptious little berries, I decided to make jam. But not just any jam — Blueberry-Lavender Jam!
Posted Fri., Jul. 22, 2016

Sodium and High Blood Pressure — 5 Tips to Take Control

Sodium — that is, salt — is the food industry's dirty little secret for taste enhancement and cost savings in the production of food. Here are five ways you can get your sodium consumption and high blood pressure risk under control.
Posted Wed., Jul. 20, 2016

Slow Cooker Greek Shrimp and Rice

Greek flavors are so fresh and tasty, and using the slow cooker is so easy! If you've never cooked seafood in the slow cooker before, this recipe is a great introduction.
Posted Mon., Jul. 18, 2016

My Family's Favorite Vegan Chocolate Mousse

This simple, no-cook, vegan dessert recipe can be whipped up in a matter of minutes and will satisfy even the most discerning sweet tooth. It was the go-to snack for my children when they were young, and it remains a family favorite today.
Posted Fri., Jul. 15, 2016
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Tahini Is a Versatile Staple with Seriously Good Nutrition

Interesting yet too often underrated, tahini is a go-to ingredient in many Middle Eastern dishes. This simple paste made of finely ground sesame seeds and oil can be used to prepare dips, sauces, salad dressings and more.

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Kitchen Shears Can Do More Than You Think

What can be snipped, snapped or crunched with kitchen shears? The list is seemingly endless! An added advantag: meaning fewer dishes to wash.

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Is Animal Blood a Safe Ingredient?

In the spirit of "what's old is new again," along with a dose of culinary curiosity and Paleophilia, blood is making its way into the contemporary kitchens of professional chefs and home cooks alike.

The Risks and Benefits of DIY Blended Tube Feedings

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A Stand Mixer That Prizes Good Design

As a chef, I put a lot of value in the efficiency of the performance in any kitchen tool. Knives should be sharp and have a good grip, food processors should assemble and detach with ease, and pots and pans should heat with an even distribution. That's why the SMEG Stand Mixer gets high marks from me.
Summertime Iced Coffee Made Easy and Fast

Summertime Iced Coffee Made Easy and Fast

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Grind Herbs and Spices with a "Manual Food Processor"

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Homemade Ravioli Can Be Easy and Fun

Homemade Ravioli Can Be Easy and Fun

The last time I made ravioli, I was so discouraged by the frustration and mess that I swore I would never make it again. But the Repast Supply Co. 17" Maple-Walnut Ravioli Rolling Pin promised to make ravioli rolling easy and fun, so I had to give it another try.
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Make a Frozen Nondairy Treat in Minutes

It was a Saturday, my husband and I had just finished some yard work and ice cream sounded like it would absolutely hit the spot. However, my husband doesn’t do that well with dairy. Time to break out the Yonanas machine!