July 13, 2012

How to Make Pizza Muffins

I’m always looking for new ways to serve favorite dishes. Everyone loves pizza, but there has to be a more creative way to prepare it right? Behold the pizza muffin. Read the rest of this entry »

February 15, 2011

5 Ways to Use Rhubarb in the Kitchen

The name might be a little intimidating, but cooking with this plant isn’t as difficult as you might think. It’s in season throughout February, so grab some the next time you take a trip to your grocery and try using it in the recipes we’ve provided you with!

Before, you pick your rhubarb, know that it comes in two varieties: “hothouse or forced,” and “cultivated.” Hothouse rhubarb is usually available in late February to early March, but the cultivated kind starts showing up in late April to early May. You can tell the difference between the two as the hothouse variety has a darker red color than the cultivated kind. Both taste great in recipes but are much too tart to eat raw or alone.

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August 25, 2010

Back-To-School Snack Trends


Curious about the latest snack  trends in the food industry? Look no further. The Food Channel recently released its top ten snack trends. The trends are supposed to help inspire those making lunches for school or work. I’ve based  my trends off of theirs, and found tons of delicious recipes to go with each. Try making one, or find your own way to incorporate the trend into your lunch.

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October 21, 2008

Easy Baking with Muffins

I’ve been on a bit of a muffin kick lately. I love the portable-ness of muffins and how they stay nice and moist in their individually wrapped linings. It started when Trader Joe’s started promoting their pumpkin baking mix again. We all know I am sucker for this particular mix, so when it appeared on the shelves, I was thrilled to start baking with it again! Of course, they turned out beautifully with just the right amount of pumpkin and spice, plus my own special addition of chocolate chips.

But I could hear my mother in the back of my head saying, “A mix? Really? Is it so hard to throw together a muffin recipe?” Ok fine. I can do muffins from scratch too.

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