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Five-Ingredient Chili

Five-Ingredient Chili

| November 6, 2012 | 0 Comments

  As colder weather rolls in, my kitchen starts filling up with heartier ingredients, and my cookbooks’ pages are marked and folded on chapters filled with recipes for stews, casseroles and warm baked goods. It’s funny how cuisine changes with the seasons, reflecting what grows that time of year, what is easy to prepare, what […]

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Where to Find Bubble Tea Ingredients for Home Preparation

Where to Find Bubble Tea Ingredients for Home Preparation

| October 18, 2012 | 0 Comments

Bubble Tea Bubble Tea is a novelty drink that is usually milk or tea based and that contains gummy tapioca balls which are sucked up through an enlarged straw.  As a treat, it has gained immense popularity in the western world over the past decade and still enjoys huge popularity in the Asian world, and […]

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A New Way to Use Ramen Noodles

A New Way to Use Ramen Noodles

| October 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

If you raided a typical college student’s kitchen, you probably wouldn’t find much. But one thing I bet you would find 9 out of ten times is Ramen noodles. It’s the stereotypical college meal: dried noodles, boiled and mixed with an extra-salty seasoning packet. Yum. But you may be surprised to know there are other […]

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Brown Butter Banana Bread Cookies

Brown Butter Banana Bread Cookies

| September 14, 2012 | 1 Comment

“I hate bananas,” says Agustina, my roommate, around a mouthful of the yellow fruit.  And I watch as, with mournful eyes, she takes another bite. The thing is, I can relate.  The texture gags me sometimes, unless they’re just under-ripe.  But bananas are cheap and wholesome and it’s easier to buy enough for the week […]

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Naan, The Chameleon of Breads

Naan, The Chameleon of Breads

| September 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

Naan is a leavened, oven-baked flatbread, and by adding a variety of toppings you can transform it into anything (thus earning it the moniker “Chameleon Bread”). According to Wikipedia it has its origins somewhere in central Asia and then spread to the other parts of south Asia. For some reason I was always under the […]

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