Category Archives: fall recipes

Tuesday, December 17th, 2013

Day 2 of Dinner Recipes for Surviving the Holidays: Couscous with Dried Cranberries, Cashews, and Orange

For the Tuesday installment of the KEEPERS holiday recipe series, I’m sharing a couscous dish that combines ingredients that I think should always be found in your pantry—dried fruit, nuts, maple syrup, and couscous—along with orange juice and zest, which … Continue reading

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Wednesday, November 13th, 2013

5 Things That Make Any Pancake (or Waffle) Better

I’ve always enjoyed making pancakes, which is strange because I don’t consider myself much of a baker and pancakes are more of a baking-type chore (measuring cups, mixing bowls, the chemistry of gluten meeting butter, sugar, and eggs). Perhaps it’s … Continue reading

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Monday, October 14th, 2013

Kale: Why Not Make It Delicious

I’ve been on the road a lot lately doing signings and demos for KEEPERS and not only is it a great chance to see the country from Austin to Calistoga and St. Paul to Brentwood, but I also love the … Continue reading

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Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013

Love Your Local Farmer

If you check out the October issue of Martha Stewart Living (NOT the “special” Halloween edition with Martha on the cover costumed like Glinda the Good Witch, but the regular monthly issue, see above), you’ll find an article written by … Continue reading

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Thursday, September 19th, 2013

What’s Your Keeper?

I have to say, it’s been great reading all of the posts and comments that have accompanied the launch of KEEPERS into the world. Specifically how people are sharing their “keeper” recipes. I think that pretty much everyone has one: … Continue reading

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