Sloshies by Jerry Nevins

Sloshies! HA! I have to say, I was really quite excited when I was approved to receive an advance copy of Sloshies by Jerry Nevins. I have a family reunion coming up in July and what better time to serve up boozy frozen cocktails than the middle of the summer heat? My...

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The Genius Recipes Project: A Dessert Tasting

I have been woefully neglecting this project of mine, to cook through Food52's Genius Recipes. I just saw that it was early last when when I last cooked anything from this cookbook so I decided to jump into the desserts section. How so, you might ask? By spending the...

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Impatient Foodie by Elettra Wiedemann

I've been hearing buzz about this cookbook, Impatient Foodie by Elettra Wiedemann, for some time now. Not having been a follower of her blog, I was intrigued. Short on time? Check. Want delicious food? Check. And... bonus points for bridging "the gap between the...

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Ready or Not! by Michelle Tam & Henry Fong

I've been following Nom Nom Paleo, off and on, for a few years. I was excited when I heard the blog's newest cookbook, Ready or Not!, was to be released on August 1st of this year. Michelle Tam's blog is a staple in the Paleo community and I don't think it is a...

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Recipe: A Riff on The Glass Onion’s Pimento Cheese

One unfortunate aspect of moving back to the Midwest from Florida was the lack of Duke's Mayo. I love the stuff. Don't get me wrong. I'm not an addict. (I can quit anytime I want to!) I just prefer it to other commercial mayos. Hellman's? Nope. Kraft? Huh-uh. Miracle...

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Seven Spoons by Tara O’Brady

Oh, Seven Spoons. How I've wronged you. You've been lingering on my book shelf for nearly two years and I've never mentioned you here. Not once. That is a bit of a disservice. OK, full disclaimer. I love this cookbook. Every so often, I pull it from my bookshelf and...

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Recipe: Chicken Tikka Masala

We had a slew of recent & upcoming birthdays at work and I, as I typically do, put on a big lunch to celebrate. The celebrants gave me free reign to go wherever my culinary muses led me and this time we went to India. Granted, I can't testify to the absolute...

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An Open Letter to a Teacher Who Failed Me

I'm writing this post because I'm angry. I'm angry on behalf of a 12 year old girl. That girl, once upon a time, was me. Let me describe something that happened to me in junior high. I was at an assembly and the entire student body was packed sardine-like into...

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