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Brief History of the Struggle Plate & Other Culinary Adventures

Like undercooked chicken, the #struggleplate is nothing new. We’ve all seen, eaten and made them. Yes, even if you now possess culinary prowess, once upon a time you too burned, undercooked or ruined a dish.  464 more words

“Ice Bucket Challenge” – Is it Actually Doing Good?

If you frequent social media, it’s not hard to find someone doing the Ice Bucket Challenge. All participants are capturing the moment when they pour a bucket of ice water over their heads for the sake of promoting awareness for ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease. 330 more words


A Follow-up Blueberry Crumb Cake

MAN! That first Crumb Cake that I made went so fast, I needed to make another.

It was that good!

This time I cut the pieces a lit smaller and froze them for later consumption. 53 more words

At Home

No Churn Coffee Ice Cream and DIY Cone Cups

It finally looks like summer is winding down. It’s weird because it feels like this summer was short but it was still uncomfortably hot. One of my favorite things about the heat (if not the only thing) is the fact that I get to eat ice cream. 943 more words


Roasted Beet & Heirloom Tomato Salad

I’ve always loved beets. I grew up eating them pickled–slightly sweet but tangy–the way my mom and grandmother would can them every summer fresh from the garden. 425 more words


Project: Terrarium

Sometimes you need to bring some green inside. And all the time, Martha Stewart has the tips to make it happen. I followed this guide for making a succulent terrarium… 182 more words


Whimsical Veggies

I can’t get enough of the beautiful and whimsical drawings of The Ellaphant in the RoomGrace Lee, and Jeannie Phan these days, especially their illustrations of food!   355 more words