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Do-It-Yourself Meal Kits Promise Easier, More Exotic Dinners

Do-It-Yourself Meal Kits Promise Easier, More Exotic Dinners

| January 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

Chefs, entrepreneurs and non-profits want to help you get dinner on the table with a growing number of meal kits aimed at the home cook.

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Pasta Puttanesca

Pasta Puttanesca

| June 8, 2011 | 0 Comments

A quick and easy pasta dish full of vibrant, sassy flavors (purportedly invented by “ladies of the night” who lured in customers with the scent of this simmering away)

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Cheesy Enchilada Casserole: Chicken + Vegetarian

Cheesy Enchilada Casserole: Chicken + Vegetarian

| January 13, 2011 | 6 Comments

So if you love enchiladas, but aren’t crazy about making them; or if you simply crave an easy-to-make hearty one-dish meal that will please your entire family, here is my recipe for Cheesy Enchilada Casserole. The main recipe uses chicken but I’ve also included a vegetarian alternative that uses butternut or acorn squash at the end. Both are great choices for an easy and hearty dinner at home.

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Massive Pot of Chili

Massive Pot of Chili

| January 27, 2010 | 2 Comments

2 pounds of bacon, 4 pounds of sausage, 6 pounds of ground beef…and that’s only the beginning. Isn’t the Super Bowl coming up or something?

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Family Meals

Family Meals

Family Meals: Creating Traditions in the Kitchen author and chef Maria Helm Sinskey, her husband (acclaimed organic winemakerRobert Sinskey) and their two girls are adorable, the styling is charming, the recipes look both tasty and accessible, and alright, I’ll admit it: by page 50, I was envious (those chickens! that lavender! those sweet dirty carrots!), and by page 260, I was downright suspicious.

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Inexpensive Family Meals

Inexpensive Family Meals

I’ve been reading a lot about the rising cost of food. The general media is painting a fairly dim picture of the current state of food prices and accessibility, and Jennifer Maiser’s recent articles on BAB helped enlighten us about the politics behind these stories and the reactions to them. Anyone who has walked into […]

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