Frozen Hot Chocolate Ice Cubes

Authors: Family Fresh Cooking With Marla   I have something fun and very simple for you today! One of life’s greatest pleasures is hot chocolate. In the summer we crave it, but want a chilled out version. I came up with these Frozen Hot Chocolate Ice Cubes that you can put in any milk you like. They are wonderful in coconut milk, almond milk or ...

Raspberry Maple-Pecan Granola

Authors: Family Fresh Cooking With Marla If you are anything like me then you love a nice bowl of pick-me-up granola in the morning. The only thing I don’t like is store bought granola that is waaaayyy too sweet and filled with all kinds of junk my body does not need. Especially first thing in the morning. This Raspberry Granola is made with the ...

Crispy Gooey Trail Mix Bars

Authors: Family Fresh Cooking With Marla With so much back to school talk I am preparing you with a whole bunch of snacks and lunchbox friendly meals. We have been munching these Crispy Gooey Granola Bars on our Telluride hikes. I even crumble them up and add them too my Skinny Milkshakes. My kids love to dunk them in milk. No matter how you crumble ...

European Kitchen Design-Pedini - integra in grey oak. By: Pekka

Authors: european kitchen design blog Pedini - integra in grey oak. This blog was created in order to put together as much information as possible about European kitchen design, European kitchen companies and the different kitchen brands that have been manufacturing custom kitchens and built in kitchens, in Europe for more then a century.European...

Why Organic Food May Not Be Healthier For You

Even though organic food has less pesticide residue, a new review of several recent studies finds scant evidence that it has more nutrients or fewer risky bacteria than conventionally grown food. But researchers note that organic agriculture can bring environmental benefits. » E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us ...

Tarrytown Flat

Authors: the new Hello Kitchen Blog photo by Whit Preston When I first met with the owner of this second level flat in the Tarrytown neighborhood of Austin, I knew this could be a very special project. The building itself is a 1950 brick two-family unit, surrounded by incredible gardens on a quiet, tree-lined street. Patty wanted to transform the ...

leek, chard and corn flatbread

Authors: smitten kitchen We are at the beach this week and even though there was a point when we were trying to pile the toddler, his 55 favorite toys including a full-sized tricycle, me, my 25 kitchen necessities including, apparently, a meat thermometer and the serrated peeler one of you told me about a few weeks ago that I now can’t live w...

100+ Healthy, Delicious and Easy Lunchbox Snacks

Authors: Family Fresh Cooking With Marla One of the most important features successful lunchboxes have are the snacks you tuck inside. You need a main meal for lunch & to keep energy levels high throughout the day it’s best to have well balanced, tasty and healthy snacks at the ready. Snacks don’t have to be over thought, they just need to p ...

Wild Salmon with Minty Yogurt Sauce

Authors: Family Fresh Cooking With Marla I figured since I just visited Sitka, Alaska on a Culinary Seafood Retreat it makes sense to post a salmon recipe! Whenever I am asked the questions “What is your favorite food?” or “What would be your last meal?” (Quite frankly I don’t want to think about a meal being my last……..) You know what my answer ...

Stale Bread, That Versatile Vehicle

Authors: nytimes Diners Journal Karsten Moran for The New York Times David Tanis, who writes the weekly City Kitchen column, is the author of two cookbooks, “A Platter of Figs and Other Recipes” and “Heart of the Artichoke and Other Kitchen Journeys.” This week’s City Kitchen column features the Middle Eastern bread salad called fattoush, which ...
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