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I keep running into recipes for rice pudding, so I dipped into my vintage recipe card collection to find a classic recipe for this comforting dessert. I love this updated version. Continue reading
This old-fashioned creamy corn soup can be made with frozen corn. It’s great with a sprinkle of crumbled cooked bacon or finely diced red pepper. Continue reading
This meatloaf sandwich recipe takes a comfort classic and updates it, with baby arugula, caramelized onions and, of course, melty cheese. Continue reading
Meatloaf seems so old-fashioned, and I suppose that’s part of why we still love it. Here, I’ve updated a classic meatloaf recipe with a tasty glaze and a fun serving idea. Continue reading
As I scout food-related media and watch what’s happening in my own city (and backyard), here are a few foodie trends I’m anticipating in the coming months. Continue reading
A look back at my top recipes from 2012, including hot fudge pudding cake, pasta with bacon and kale, and the very best way to cook spaghetti squash. Enjoy! Continue reading
This classic chocolate dessert sits exactly at the intersection between cake and pudding: warm, fudgy, comforting. You’ll want to make this recipe. Continue reading