Red Goddess Marinade and Sauce Recipe

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I know you’ve very likely heard of Green Goddess dressings, sauces, etc. — but, have you ever heard of Red Goddess? I thought I was brilliant when this idea popped into my head, though after googling it, turns out I’m not the first person to think of it — in fact seems I might the […]

Matzo Brei à la Florentine Recipe

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I know, I know — could there be a more confusing recipe title?  There’s a lot going on here.  Let me (try) to explain . . . Matzo Brei is dish with Ashkenazi Jewish origins that’s traditionally made with matzo and eggs.  (Think scrambled eggs meet French toast.)  It’s commonly eaten during Passover when only […]

Spring Asparagus Grilled Cheese + 8 Favorite Asparagus Recipes

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It’s cute, crazy delicious and they sing springtime.  What more could you want in a grilled cheese sandwich!?  This is one of a few Easter recipes I wrote for Momtastic.  You can get the recipe and see it featured here.  Enjoy! Below are a few more of my favorite asparagus recipes — all of which […]

Light Spring & Summer Fish Stew Recipe

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So it’s not quite summer, I know.  However, while this recipe is delicious now, it will be even better in the summer months when the corn and tomatoes are are at the peak of their season. Full of mild, flaky and buttery fish, sweet and sightly crunchy corn, bright green spring asparagus, tomatoes and smoky […]

25 Things You Never Knew You Wanted to Know How to do in the Kitchen!

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Ever wished you knew how to pit and peel a lychee or cut and eat a cactus pear?  Or perhaps you’ve wished you knew how to use lemongrass or how in the world to go about eating a cherimoya?  Well you’ve come to the right place, my friends!  Here you’ll find 25 Things You Never […]

The Vegetarian Flavor Bible Giveaway & Garlic-Tarragon Beet Soup Recipe {GIVEAWAY CLOSED}

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This is not a sponsored posts and as always, all opinions are my own. Just like you can turn the volume up or down when you’re listening to a song on the radio, you can also do so with recipes. Yes, I’m talking about quiet and loud. Want to quiet down a recipe? Use tofu. […]

Roasted Vegetable Citrus Salad with Quinoa Crisps

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Perhaps it’s the way I’m wired — with my huge sweet tooth and all — but I think any vegetable that’s caramelized is amazingly delicious. Depending on the vegetable, roasting it at a very high temperature and bringing all of its natural sugars to the surface can turn it into something almost as sweet as […]

Creamy Caramelized Parsnip Soup Recipe with Baby Parsnip French Fries

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I know that life is super busy and that it’s often hard to slow down, which is one of the many reasons I so appreciate you being here.  And now, if you can squeeze in just an extra moment for me — well, for this soup — take a good look at the image above.  […]

Shredded Chicken Cobb Salad Recipe with Citrus Vinaigrette

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Brunoise, chiffonade, mince, rough chop, large dice, thin slices, and grated — these are just a few of the many ways foods can be cut before they are added to recipes.  And the entire vibe of a dish can depend on how the ingredients are cut.  The size and shape of each ingredient can be […]

Fire Roasted Pasilla Mushroom Squash Gratin with Cacique Ranchero Queso Fresco and Crema Mexicana

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This is a sponsored post by Cacique Inc. and Society Culinaria.  As always, all opinions are my own. The new year is off to a fantastic start for Cooking on The Weekends!  As a food blogger, one of the best things that can happen is when a brand you already know and love wants to […]

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