Laura Field

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Kentucky Beer Cheese - Spicy Cheddar & Beer Spread - Super Bowl Recipes

New post! The brownie to rival any box mix is here! Double Chocolate Brownies are chewy, dense, and, most importantly, full of a rich chocolate flavor. http://www.pastryaffair.com/blog/double-chocolate-brownies.html

Skinny Chicken Salad

I was reminded of something recently, and I wanted to remind all of you, too. Since it’s the beginning of the year, and lots of you out there have …

The Neat, Pain-Free Way to Peel Hard Boiled Eggs

The best kitchen tips are passed along from friends, or parents, or—if you work in an office with an always-bustling test kitchen—from colleagues.<p>And such is the case with eggs. We all learned to cook them from someone, somewhere; they're personal, universally-loved. But make no mistakes—they can …

Warm Foods for Cold Days

There are some not-so-pleasant aspects of cold weather: defrosting the car in the morning, getting your tongue stuck to a pole, and cursing everyone who lives in southern California.<p>Luckily, all of the warming winter foods make up for numb toes and frozen hands. Anytime winter has us feeling …

Cheat Sheet: How to Keep Vegetables Fresh Longer

Some people shop impulsively for shoes. I shop impulsively for vegetables. I wander through the Union Square Greenmarket at lunchtime and find myself …

Recipe: Irresistible Vegetable Soup in 30 Minutes or Less

Soup for supper? It’s my first first choice most days. But a hurried weeknight is not the time to try out a new soup recipe. Or any recipe, for that …

Garden Visit: What To Eat Now From a British Allotment

Vegetable growers in the UK love their allotments: ornamental kitchen gardens are for other people. With every plot a hymn to recycled chicken wire …

Winter celebrations - January 18