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Clementine, Carrot, and Tahini Soup with Spiced Yogurt and Pistachio

Clementine, Carrot, and Tahini Soup with Spiced Yogurt and Pistachio

This vitamin-packed Clementine, Carrot, and Tahini Soup with Spiced Yogurt and Pistachio will brighten up the gloomiest winter days. {Jump to Recipe} When wooden clementine crates arrive at my local market, I know two things are right around the corner: winter and citrus season! In my mind, both go hand in hand, in more ways than… Continue Reading

{Cooking with Friends} Tangerine, Honey, and Walnut Cake, by Pardon Your French

{Cooking with Friends} Tangerine, Honey, and Walnut Cake, by Pardon Your French

Welcome to my Cooking with Friends series! Every two weeks, I invite some of my favorite food writing and blogging friends to share recipes with you. I hope you’ll have just as much fun cooking and baking with them as I do. Today, I’m welcoming Audrey from the blog Pardon Your French. Audrey was born and raised in Brittany, France, and… Continue Reading

Mulled Citrus Cider

Mulled Citrus Cider

A deeply flavored and aromatic beverage made with apple cider, fresh citrus juice, and spices that you can serve hot or cold, virgin or spiked. {Jump to Recipe} What’s fruity and spiced and keeps you warm? Mulled cider! In the winter, I survive on warm drinks of all kinds, but I’ve always had a particularly soft… Continue Reading

Maple-Roasted Fig and Hazelnut Financiers

Maple-Roasted Fig and Hazelnut Financiers

These easy-to-make hazelnut financiers have crunchy edges and a nutty, tender crumb. Topped with maple-infused roasted figs, they’re just irresistible! {Jump to Recipe} Sometimes a recipe comes to me at the mere sight of a perfectly fresh fruit. That’s what happened when I found a crate of 12 plump figs for only $6 at my local… Continue Reading

Textbook Banana Bread

Textbook Banana Bread

This banana bread recipe will teach you how to make a perfectly tender and moist banana bread you’ll want to eat for breakfast, snack, and dessert. {Jump to Recipe} My search for the perfect banana bread has lasted years. Over time, dozens of recipes have disappointed me: the too heavy, the over-the-top rich, the cardboard dry,… Continue Reading

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