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DYP Latkes for Hanukkah

This week we’re making our Hanukkah latkes with not just any old potatoes; we’re making them with DYPs – Dutch Yellow Potatoes – from Melissa’s. Why DYPs? They’re the perfect cooking potato with a creamy texture and a buttery flavor. And when Melissa’s recently came out with a new DYP cookbook, “DYPs: The Perfect Everyday […]

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Cooking With Olive Oil

Olive oil: It’s one of the oldest and most widely used foods in the world, except most people’s knowledge of this flavorful oil probably only scratches the surface of its potential uses. Enter Cooking Techniques and Recipes With Olive Oil, the new gold-medal-winning cookbook by the “Two Extra Virgins,” Laura Bashar of Family Spice and […]

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Tag-Team Cooking

Didja hear the one about the lady who tried to pitch a cookbook idea on Twitter? Yeah, that was me. And it might not be as crazy as it sounds. Here’s the scoop: Literary agent Sally Ekus of the Lisa Ekus Group launched a contest earlier this month to solicit great cookbook ideas on Twitter. […]

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Great Gifts for Kid Chefs

Got a kid who loves to cook? Lucky you! Lucky kid! As the holidays draw closer, it’s time to bring out our annual Great Gifts for Kid Chefs list (don’t forget these Kid Chef Gifts from 2010 and Kid Chef Gifts from 2011). Spatula Whisk: Your kid chef can get two jobs done with this […]

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Love from the Kitchen: This One’s For You, Mom

Here in Jolly Tomato-land we consider ourselves fortunate to have a mom who is a great cook and who served us a full variety of healthy, tasty foods while we were growing up. Now that we have our own home and family, we’ve spent plenty of time calling Mom on the phone and asking for […]

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