Jasmine Low

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How to Make a Better Quiche, Faster (No Blind Baking!)

Quiche was a big dinner staple in our kitchen growing up. It was always on heavy rotation, especially in the colder months, and my mother had two specialties: broccoli-cheddar and Swiss chard. My sisters and I each had our favorite; they all loved the chard and I loved the broccoli. Regardless of …

Our Favorite Oatmeal Cookie Recipes

Raisins or chocolate chips? It's a defining question among oatmeal-cookie lovers. Find your preference, and many other tempting variations, in our collection of oatmeal cookie recipes.

9 Classic Cookies: Tested and Perfected

Look no further for the best cookie recipes. From chocolate chip to simple sugar, these classic cookies have all been tested, perfected and family-approved.<p><b>1. Secret Ingredient Chocolate Chip Cookies</b><p>With two secret ingredients, these chocolate chip cookies are crispy on the outside and chewy on the …

The Best Salted Caramel Brownies You'll Ever Have

When exactly did the world realize that sea salt makes every dessert 1,000 better? Ever since that lightbulb moment, sweet-and-salty desserts have …

espresso-chocolate shortbread cookies

In my mind, there are few higher callings in the baking world than cookies, and simply no higher cookie callings than shortbread, so I cannot think …

Bacon-Wrapped Potato Bites with Chipotle Sour Cream | Tracey's Culinary Adventures

I absolutely love this week before the Super Bowl in the food blog world. It seems as though nearly everyone is sharing appetizer and snack ideas, …

Espresso Brownies

Now Playing<p>Giant Reese's Cup with Pieces 00:51<p>This giant Reese's peanut butter cup is stuffed with a crunchy surprise.<p>Now Playing<p>Four-Flavor Sheet …

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Malted Buttermilk Biscuits

Malted Buttermilk Biscuits from Lottie Doof• 3 1/4 cups all-purpose flour<br>• 2 tablespoons sugar<br>• 1 tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon baking powder<br>• 2 teaspoons …

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Chewy Coconut Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

Chewy oatmeal raisin cookies have always been one of my weaknesses. A buttery cookie dough that is jam-packed with nutty oats and plump, juicy …

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How to Make Fresh Pasta from Scratch

<i>It's always more fun to DIY. Every week, we'll spare you a trip to the grocery store and show you how to make small batches of great foods at home.</i><p><i>Today: With a little assistance from Sarah Coates of The Sugar Hit, making fresh pasta doesn't have to be im-pasta-ble after all.</i><p>Making fresh pasta is …

Chocolate Caramel Coffee Cake

<i>Ooey gooey coffee cake made with yeast and loaded with caramel and chocolate.</i><p>I have a life-long obsession with all things caramel. From ice cream to …

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S'mores Scones

As soon as it gets warm enough to enjoy dinner outdoors, I count that as the start of s’mores season. The combination of toasted marshmallows, melted …

Peeps Krispy Treats

Even though Peeps are now going to be available year-round, I will always associate them with Easter and spring. They were always my favorite …

Tales of pregnancy and childbirth: the world wide womb

<b>Finland is the best country for babies</b><p>In the UK, mothers get a Bounty package of marketing material, detergent samples and a thin packet of wet wipes. In Finland, you get a cardboard box (which doubles as a first crib) containing: mattress and bedding; bath thermometer; wash cloth; hooded bath …

8 Things You've Always Wondered About, Finally Explained

Even trivial knowledge is power.<p><b>1. Why are traffic lights red, yellow and green?</b><p>The three-color scheme is based on lights used by the railway industry in the early 19th century. Red was used for stop, green for caution and white for go. But the red filter was known to fall off, leaving two white …

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A History of Vegetable Metaphors, from Cool Cukes to Couch Potatoes

Since when did TV addicts become boob-tube tubers? We look at the origins of "couch potato" and other vegtastic metaphors<p>When journalist <b>Ezra Klein</b> announced that his new online publication, Vox, will report political news without the obligatory "eat your vegetables" mindset of most popular news …

9 Facts You'll Think Are Too Ridiculous To Be True (But Are)

Sometimes the world makes no sense whatsoever.<p><b>1. Cotton candy was invented by a dentist.</b><p>Dentist William J. Morrison invented the modern cotton candy machine in 1897 along with a candy maker in Nashville named John C. Wharton. Originally the sugary candy was called "Fairy Floss." The name "cotton …

Impossible Coconut Custard Pie Cupcakes

During the fall, one of my favorite recipes to make is for my Impossible Pumpkin Pie Cupcakes. They’re pumpkin pie in a unique single-serving format …

How to Make Digestive Biscuits

<i>It's always more fun to DIY. Every week, we'll spare you a trip to the grocery store and show you how to make small batches of great foods at home.</i><p><i>Today:</i> <i>Kathryn from London Bakes is teaching us how to make a classic E</i><i>nglish cookie like a real live Londoner.</i><p>It's no secret that we Brits like a cup of …