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Latest Developments at DishingWell

by Elizabeth September 17, 2014
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It’s been a busy summer between class, getting ready for the arrival of Baby T and a few new writing gigs that I’ve been fortunate to pick up. Even though I’ve been writing a ton this hasn’t left me much time (guess I better get used to that right?) to log separate DishingWell articles – […]

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Wild Salmon with Fresh Herb Salsa Verde

by Elizabeth August 14, 2014
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  It seems like there is always a little of that feast or famine aspect of summer gardening in the Northeast; you spend what seems like months anxiously awaiting the glorious day you can pick your first homegrown ripe tomato and then before you know it there are dozens ripening at once and you are scrambling […]

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10 Summer Mocktails

by Elizabeth July 2, 2014
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This is a new theme for me since I’m not partaking in adult beverages at the moment. I’ve compiled a small collection of some of my favorite summer mocktail recipes plus a couple on the list to try.  And by all means, go ahead and jazz these up with the real thing. Frozen Coconut Limeade […]

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My Perfect Winter Comfort Food

by Elizabeth January 22, 2014
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Cook’s Illustrated makes me giddy. It combines two of the things I love: food and science. I haven’t talked a lot about my geeked-out science passion because, as odd as it sounds, I’m just putting it together myself. This isn’t the first time I’ve sung the praises of Cook’s Illustrated (CI). As I see it, […]

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3 Things to Try Before Writing Off Brussel Sprouts

by Elizabeth December 17, 2013
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I know a lot of people have bad associations with brussel sprouts, often drawing upon memories of being forced to eat them as kids – I remember my first experience was with brussel sprouts that had been boiled, the result of which was watery brownish-green lumps that tasted like something that might live in a […]

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Holiday Ready Pear Thyme Martini

by Elizabeth November 26, 2013
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I’ve been spending a lot of time at Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture recently; I started volunteering for their school farm to table program and we’ve also really been enjoying their public classes. A couple of weekends ago we attended their Thanksgiving Cocktails demo/tasting and it gave us all sorts of mixology inspiration […]

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Halloween Inspiration

by Elizabeth October 23, 2013
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While working on my next recipe post I compiled some of the things that are inspiring me and making me laugh this Halloween season. HALLOWEENIES! DIY CLEMENTINE CANDLE Click image above to see video PUMPKIN PUNCH BOWL VAMPIRE KISS MARTINI  HALLOWEEN STUFFED PEPPERS Five Uses for Pumpkin Seeds Halloween Party Playlist 18 DIY Ideas for […]

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Everything Bagel Vinaigrette

by Elizabeth October 11, 2013
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“If you were to identify one taste that best represents New York, you could do worse than the everything bagel, with its frenetic coating of poppy, caraway, and sesame seeds, plus salt, garlic, and onion. An everything bagel, like the city itself, is not shy. It’s brash, aggressive, over-the-top, and utterly polyglot, both an emblem […]

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Almost as Good as Bacon (but Healthier)

by Elizabeth October 2, 2013

I’ve wanted to post this one for awhile – it’s one of the coolest and easiest recipes I learned at Natural Gourmet: Shiitake Bacon. I’m not going to lie and say it’s 100% the same because (at least in my opinion) does anything beat the taste of real bacon? But it’s a very good alternative. […]

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Gluten-free Sweet Potato Pancakes

by Elizabeth August 4, 2013
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Serves 2 (with leftovers!) I gluten-freed this version of sweet potato cakes from one of my favorite vegetarian cookbooks, Plenty, by Yotam Ottolenghi – but of course you can sub regular flour (for gf flour) and soy sauce (for tamari) if you aren’t avoiding gluten. INGREDIENTS Pancakes: 1 lb sweet potatoes, peeled and diced into […]

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