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Obama: U.S. Could Target 'Key Sectors of the Russian Economy'

President Barack Obama said Thursday that he has signed an executive order giving the United States authority to impose sanctions on "key sectors of the Russian economy" if necessary in light of Russia's "dangerous risks of escalation" in Ukraine.<p>"These sanctions would not only have a significant …

Russia

Starfruit and How to Use It

<i>Every week we get Down & Dirty, in which we break down our favorite unique seasonal fruits, vegetables, and more.</i><p><i>Today: We’re a little starstruck -- over fruit.</i><p>Starfruit's real name? Carambola. When sliced, it resembles a star -- and thus, the fruit's more common name, starfruit. The entire fruit …

Seasonal Food

Chocolate Toffee Popcorn

<i>Salty and sweet Chocolate Toffee Popcorn is a simple and festive hostess gift that doubles as a holiday party snack.</i><p>I love this last week of the …

Dessert

Mix things up with all that extended holiday eating before #NYE with this insane beet + bean veggie burger: http://thekitc.hn/164Zd48

I think we can all agree: we can never have too many weeknight meal options. 15 quick dinners for your average tuesday night: http://thekitc.hn/JiLvmM

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Fresh Tomato And Arugula Bagel Pizzas

Fresh Tomato And Arugula Bagel Pizzas from Joy The Baker• bagel<br>• tomato<br>• salami<br>• cheese<br>• arugula greens<br>• fresh lemon juice<br>• salt and pepper <br>Read recipe preparation …

Arugula

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scrambled egg toast

Let me get this out of the way from the get-go: I cannot believe I’m discussing scrambled eggs today. I like to think of myself as somewhat …

chocolate doughnut holes

I was sure that I’d blinked and a whole month had passed since we last spoke, but apparently I dropped in on Friday to discuss peas. It was my …

bread and butter pickles

So here’s one way to be just a little more welcome at that backyard barbecue slash rooftop grill-out slash pot luck picnic you were heading to this …

blue cheese and red potato tart

I bought the prettiest little “freshly dug!” (I could not resist this sign) red potatoes at the market last week. They’re sweet, creamy and cute and …

not all salts are created equally

Have you ever used Kosher salt in a recipe and found the end result to be like a salt lick and you couldn’t imagine how on earth a recipe tester …

scalloped tomatoes with croutons

The Food Network had the audacity (I am joking, a little) to air an episode of Barefoot Contessa in which she makes a “scalloped” dish with bread …

everyday chocolate cake

Heat your oven to 325°F. Butter and lightly flour a standard loaf pan (shown in a 9″x5″, but not so full in it that you couldn’t use an 8″x4″ or …

sweet and smoky oven spareribs

On the kind of clear-skied, warm summer evening when people without sleepless, feverish babies to tend to were drinking beers outside and grilling on …

eggplant salad toasts

When it comes to bruschetta, I don’t know why tomatoes get all the love. Right next to them at the market, eggplant is sulking… or at least I’d be if …

perfect blueberry muffins

When blueberries first show up at the market, it feels like sacrilege to bake with them — ditto with raspberries, blackberries and strawberries. …

fresh tomato sauce

Around this time every summer, I see the best signs at the markets: “Ugly but tasty!” “Pretty on the inside!” “Don’t judge a tomato by its cover!” …

skirt steak salad with blue cheese

In case you were wondering what it is like to be the Smitten Kitchen Baby, it turns out that you get steak and (sweet) potatoes for dinner on the eve …