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Spicy Mama Lil’s Spaghetti alla Carbonara – Recipe

Vegetarian Spaghetti Carbonara with Mama Lil's Spicy Peppers

Spaghetti alla carbonara is one of those great Italian dishes that comes with multiple-choice apocryphal explanations for the name. Possibly it is in the style favored by a group of charcoal makers, or coal miners, or maybe it was named after the charcoal burner it was cooked on. In any case, the traditional version is …

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Beet Curry – Recipe

As unlikely as it may sound, the first time I ever ate beet curry was over a campfire in Hot Springs, Arkansas. I was dubious, but my girlfriend at the time had lived in Tamil Nadu for a year and knew what she was doing. Granted, everything tastes good around a campfire after an arduous …

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Jack of All Cakes – A Guest Post from LemonPi

Today I'm happy to bring you a guest post from my friend Yu Ching, who writes the wonderful Lemonpi. I love her blog because whether she's making incredibly original desserts like a Parsnip and Cocoa Nib Cake or classics like Gâteau Breton, the recipes are rock solid and come with gorgeous photos. Take it away, Yu Ching…

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Crostini with Young Pecorino, Grilled Figs, and Arugula & Mint Pesto – Recipe

I just finished making the very-last-last-last-really-no-more edits to the cookbook. We got page proofs back, and there was a small window to make tweaks before it goes to press.

A deadline like that has a way of focusing the mind! I want to make absolutely sure that every recipe in the book is as good as …

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Vegetarian Thanksgiving Recipes

Traditional American Thanksgiving is an interesting meal for vegetarians. On the one hand, obviously pride of place on most families' tables is given to a big roasted turkey. On the other hand, just about everything else (mashed potatoes, stuffing, yams, green beans, cranberry sauce, etc.) is typically vegetarian. So personally, when I'm having Thanksgiving at …

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Red Chili Sauce for Tamales, and a Great Tamale Book – Recipe

I love tamales.

I love that they are a project, not something you simply throw together for a weeknight dinner. A project best done with friends and family, beating the masa and making fillings and sauces and forming the tamales together, before sitting down to a celebratory meal.

I love the aromatic cornhusk- or banana leaf- infused …

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Review: Flying Apron Bakery – New Vegan, Gluten Free Bakery in Seattle, WA (Fremont)

Sorry for the poor picture quality today, all I had was my cell phone when I wandered in to the new Flying Apron Bakery in Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood with a few minutes to kill before a doctor’s appointment. My eyes lit up to see a happy looking bakery in the spot where a tasty but …

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