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T-Fal Ultimate Hard Anodized Scratch Resistant Titanium Giveaway

*This isn’t a review, just a giveaway featuring T-Fal! – jaden

  • Hard anodized aluminum construction for durability
  • Unique Thermo-Spot heat indicator for proper preheating
  • Hard Titanium nonstick interior for the ultimate and longest lasting performance
  • Riveted silicone handles for safety and comfort
  • TechnoResist Anti-warp Base;…

a common table: book trailer!

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Oh my goodness, we have a trailer! If you’ve been around for awhile, you might remember that it’s B2 who likes to tinker with video every now and again.  This has been his recent labor of love, and I’m so…

Plum Flaugnarde

Once again, I found myself with an overload of fruit. Sure, I like pears and apples, which show up at the market on the cusp of autumn. But I want summer to last as long as possible. So when I see…

i spoke too soon

Recipe: baked huckleberry doughnuts Remember when I was rejoicing over the cooler weather last week? I went shopping for all manner of ingredients to make soups and stews only to learn that this week is going to be hot as…

Canon PowerShot Camera – ELPH 190 Giveaway

This is not a review, just a giveaway featuring Canon Elph Camera! – Jaden

The slim and stylish PowerShot ELPH 190 IS camera is ideal for those wishing to capture the beauty of life’s everyday adventures with a camera that fits…

The Perfect Apple Pie

The apple pie is practically a national treasure and for good reason, it is just about the perfect dessert. This time of year there are dozens of apples to choose from and I suggest you pick a variety for this…

Hestan NanoBond Wok Review & Giveaway

This is a Hestan NanoBond Wok Review, with both PROs and CONs, after daily use for 30 days. – Jaden

Hestan NanoBond Wok Review

Hestan NanoBond Wok Review

The piece of cookware in my kitchen that gets the most use and abuse is the wok. I…

september, i feel ya!

Recipe: matsutake soup Ah, September! If ever there was a month I love most, it is September. When I was a kid, September was special to me because it was my birthday month and it meant a new school year,…

Creme Brulee

When it was on the cusp of popularity in the U.S., I sort of introduced crème brûlée to a restaurant where I was working at the time, and, predictably, they took off. So much so, that most of my nights…

foolproof cacio e pepe

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Pear Raspberry Upside-Down Cake

This weekend represents the transition between summer vacation and the start of the school year. It’s not the official change of seasons, but it might as well be. It is also when we switch from summer fruits to the fall…

Insignia Refrigerator Giveaway

Not a review, just a giveaway featuring Insignia Refrigerator! – jaden

Refrigerate leftovers or freeze your family’s favorites with this Insignia freezer and refrigerator combo. The 9.9 cubic feet of space includes door storage, adjustable shelves and a convenient top-mount freezer,…

Tomato and Burrata Salad with Prosciutto

Tomato and Burrata Salad with Prosciutto

Let’s have a final summer fling with this Tomato and Burrata Salad with Prosciutto. I threw in the greens and prosciutto to give the classic tomato salad a little more heft and substance. Sure you can skip the prosciutto but…

Scallops with Apricot Sauce

I was sent a lovely note from blog reader, Carol, requesting a recipe for scallops with a lovely fruity sauce. It’s a dish from Blackfin Bistro, a restaurant in Key West, but sadly they no longer have it on the…

gimme the tomatoes

Recipe: slow-roasted tomatoes The time has come to move on. Hope can only fuel you for so long and so far before you accept the raw and naked truth – the mushrooms were not to be this summer. I actually…