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Patriotic Pasta With All Natural Colors

If you liked the flag pastries, we have even more fun flag-related food in store for you. This red, white, and blue pasta is made from all natural colors and could be a great addition to your next summer meal. Have you ever made homemade pasta before? One of the easiest ways to do it […]

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Patriotic Puff Pastry Flags

Patriotic Puff Pastry Flags Recipe

You’re going to need a patriotic dessert at some point this summer, right? These Patriotic Puff Pastry Flags should fit the bill. (Easy? Check. Looks good? Check. Super tasty? Check.) It starts with a few easy summer ingredients that you should have on hand – and if you don’t have puff pastry dough at home, […]

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blackberry brownies

Blackberry Brownies Recipe

Blackberry. Brownies. We’re going to let that idea sit out there for a second. Blackberry. Brownies. Given that brownies are basically the perfect food, why would you add blackberries? (Wait – you’re asking the person who made kale brownies?) Here’s the reason: When you first take a bite of a regular brownie, of course you […]

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anadama bread

Anadama Bread (Cornmeal/Molasses Bread) Recipe

Anadama bread is something of a old-timey New England classic. This tasty cornmeal/molasses bread is a little bit sweet, and has just a little bit of a cornmeal crunch…just enough to make you want to keep coming back for more. (We dare you to eat only one slice of warm, fresh anadama bread.) Why “anadama”? […]

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grape leaves

Vegan Dolmas (Stuffed Grape Leaves) Recipe

When life hands you a pile of fresh grape leaves, you stuff them. (At least that’s this week’s new motto.) When one of our favorite markets suddenly had a bunch of fresh grape leaves for sale, we jumped at the chance to work with the ultimate “leafy green.” To get some tips on working with […]

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Herbed Easter Egg Bread

Herbed Easter Egg Bread

Easter season brings so many beautiful natural colors… and yet so many Easter egg breads feature wildly artificial colors. So for something a little bit different, we decided to make an herbed Easter egg bread that features only natural colors. This bread is based on a challah recipe from an old Fleischman’s yeast cookbook… We’ve […]

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