Grandma’s red raspberry chiffon pie.

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This recipe for Red Raspberry Chiffon Pie is one of my favorite recipes from my grandmother Dorothy. She made it all the time when I was growing up, and no wonder: It’s so simple and so good. I think every day should include pie. You’ll want to give this recipe a try! Get the recipe on writes4food.com. Continue reading

Dorothy’s homemade noodles.

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My beloved grandmother, Dorothy, taught me how to cook many things; No. 1 on the list is homemade noodles. In her memory, I’ll be making a batch of these soon. They’re easy and fun to make, and don’t require a pasta machine — you can use these noodles as you would pasta, with a light sauce as they’re fairly delicate. Or, you know, in chicken soup. Here’s the recipe on writes4food.com. Continue reading

Savory granola topping.

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If you’ve bought into the whole Non-Lettuce Salad trend, which you totally should, then you’ll want some fun toppings to finish off your plate of lightly dressed seasonal vegetables. Here’s a fun recipe to try: Savory Granola. Works great on salad, soups, or as a cocktail nibble. Get the recipe on writes4food.com! Continue reading

Best non-lettuce salad recipes.

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If you’ve been out to dinner recently and scanned the ‘salad’ portion of the menu, you’ve probably seen this trend: the non-lettuce salad. Chefs are getting away from the steakhouse wedge and basic house salad and featuring beautiful presentations of seasonal veg, lightly dressed, and with interesting add-ons. Get inspired by this collection of non-salad salad recipes on writes4food.com! Continue reading

Blood orange French yogurt cake.

With a blush of glaze and a bright golden interior, this not-too-sweet Blood Orange French Yogurt Cake recipe has a ton going for it. Make it now, while blood oranges are available, and bookmark the recipe to make with other citrus in season. Get the recipe on writes4food.com! Continue reading

Broken noodle bowl with broccoli peanut pesto.

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It’s always fun when I make up a recipe from scratch and idea translates from my head to the plate more deliciously than I imagined. Like this recipe for Broken Noodles with Broccoli-Peanut Pesto. Because I’m craving healthy lunches right now, I stocked up on crisp veggies and grabbed some soba noodles and threw together this lunch-able noodle bowl. And I LOVED it!!! Get the recipe on writes4food.com! Continue reading

Cheesy butternut squash and wild rice bake.

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On a recent blustery day, I was craving something starchy, carby, hearty and cheesy. Voila: this recipe for Cheesy Butternut Squash and Wild Rice Bake. It’s a hack on my most popular recipe, and while it’s full of whole grains and winter squash, there’s enough cheese here to keep the dish from being *too* good for you! Get the recipe on writes4food.com. Continue reading

Christmas Cookie-palooza: Almond wreath butter cookies.

Me: I tinkered with this cookie recipe. Mom: How could you? Sorry, Mom, but my version of our family’s favorite Christmas cookie recipe is just, how to say it? Better. Get out the cookie press, folks, and make this your last batch before the 25th. Get the recipe for Christmas Almond Wreath Cookies on writes4food.com! Continue reading

Christmas Cookie-palooza: Raspberry hazelnut thumbprints.

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Quick: You have to bake a batch of Christmas cookies for the kid’s school party, or the office gift exchange, or the neighborhood caroling festivities. Here you go: an easy butter cookie rolled in toasted nuts and topped with a jewel of jam. Get the recipe on writes4food.com! Continue reading