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Make-Ahead Breakfasts

By Megan Myers, February 18, 2015  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Megan Myers

We love breakfasts that are more than just cold cereal or buttered toast, but with one child in elementary school, one toddler, and plenty of work obligations, it’s hard to have time to prepare something warm and hearty. Even on the weekend there’s much to do — not to mention how kids always want to eat the minute they wake up!

Fortunately there are plenty of options for getting breakfast ready the night before, from simple prep work to baking a batch or two of muffins before bed. Whether you are expecting company or just a hungry family member, getting breakfast ready ahead of time will ease stress levels and ensure a yummy meal.

Check out these recipes to help you beat the morning meal madness.

Portobellow and Asparagus Egg Strata

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Keepin' it Wheel with Massimo Bottura

By Jennifer Cheng, February 17, 2015  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Jennifer Cheng

Intense and complex Parmigiano Reggiano contains nutty, sweet, grassy, creamy and fruity flavor notes, all pulled together in one giant wheel of cheese.

Why mess with a good thing when it’s earned a nickname like “The King of Cheeses.” It’s no wonder that the same traditional methods and ingredients have been used for nine centuries.

Chef and author of Never Trust A Skinny Italian Chef, Massimo Bottura, is an expert when it comes to treating Parmigiano Reggiano with the deference it deserves. After all, Bottura grew up in the Modena region of Italy (where Parmigiano Reggiano is made), where, as he says, “my veins are balsamic vinegar, my muscles are Parmigiano Reggiano.” He continues to honor his hometown with his Modena-based restaurant, Osteria Francescana, where he combines his innovative culinary vision with Italian food traditions,...

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Six Easy One-Pot Recipes from Around the World

By Alice K. Thompson, February 17, 2015  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Alice K. Thompson

Spicy Beef and Potato Curry

It’s usually about this time of year that I find my winter cooking routine getting, well, a bit routine. The same soups and stews that were thrilling me just a few months ago just aren’t packing the same magic. What’s the cure these kitchen blahs? Travel! Not literal travel (...

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Recipes for the Year of the Sheep

By Megan Myers, February 16, 2015  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Megan Myers

Did you know the Chinese New Year is almost here? That’s right, also known as the Lunar New Year, the Year of the Sheep begins on February 19.

Traditional celebrations include fireworks to scare away evil spirits, foods that represent a long healthy life, and foods that bring the family together through communal sharing.

Try these recipes to celebrate the Chinese New Year!

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Tasty Ways to Enjoy Tofu

By Alana Sugar, February 16, 2015  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Alana Sugar

Learn to Cook: Crispy Tofu

Growing up in Hawaii gave me ample opportunity to appreciate exotic flowers, melodious Hawaiian music and tasty tofu. Yes, tofu! The island of Oahu is where I learned to love tofu in dishes such as Miso Soup...

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