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Keeping It Real

Taylor Riggs doesn’t shy away from labels. Yes, it’s true that her new cookbook is both gluten-free and paleo-friendly, but the blogger-turned-author has a much simpler mission for Real Food. Real Simple—one that reflects its…

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Market Watch: Cauliflower

For most of my life, cauliflower has been the vegetable equivalent of beige. Always cast aside on veggie trays for the more popular broccoli, the crunchy carrot, and the weirdly sexy cherry tomato. Then, the…

Culinary Convenience

When the Rolling Stones sang about Mother’s Little Helper back in 1966, the shaggy-haired band was not-so-slyly referencing the popularity of Valium amongst the housewives of the day. Too bad the flustered moms of yesteryear…

Spice World

This year I’ve decided to make a lifestyle change. In the past I have had an unhealthy relationship with worn out boring jokes about white girls in Ugg boots drinking Pumpkin Spice Lattes. The jokes…

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King of Pork

It’s the perfect summer day. In the middle of a sweaty August, this is the first day the heat has taken a knee and left the clear, brilliant day alone. Little fluffy clouds curly cue…

Sweet Devotion

OYO Bourbon Maple Peach Cobbler There’s no doubt Middle West Spirits’ Bourbon Barrel-aged Ohio Maple Syrup would steal the show at your next breakfast gathering, but it just might be the best thing you can…

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At-Home Chef: Stale Mate

Cooking’s biggest enemies: motivation and patience. The idea of making something from scratch is always nice—but the execution? Before you’ve finished your mental list of the ingredients you need to grab from the store, you’ve…

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Candy Crush

Guarantee yourself to be the “good house” this Halloween with these homemade candies that are simple enough to make with kids, yet sophisticated enough to serve to judgmental adults. Or don’t share with anyone—dump a…

Photos by Megan Leigh Barnard

Remembrance of Things Past

Maggie and Nathan’s Biroschak’s kitchen is filled with ghosts. Not pot-rattling poltergeists or cuddly Caspers, but the ghosts of objects past. Walking through the newlywed’s house, there is a bright lobster themed ’60s key-party bowl…

Photos by Megan Leigh Barnard

Fantastic Forage

I remember…I remember sitting on the slanted roof of my little friend Betsy’s garage, gossiping about our fellow fifth graders, and mindlessly reaching up to pull mulberry after mulberry off the tree that arched over the…

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Ceviche

“Sashimi and crudo may be the John and Paul of the raw seafood band—but ceviche is the George.” – Kenji Lopez, The Food Lab If you don’t understand what that quote is conveying, then you have some…

Photo by Jill Stromminger

Meat Goes Sweet

Even the sweetest things enjoy getting a little salty from time to time. (Like Sandra Dee at the end of Grease, but without the whole dressing-like-a-slut-to-earn-a-guy’s-love thing). Sure, these may not be the best cupcakes…

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Ethyl & Tank

As a little kid, seeing an entire lamb roasting on a spit in the backyard—head and all—was no big deal to Ethyl & Tank’s Stephan Madias. “It was a bit of a crude way to…

Raised Steaks

I have a confession to make: I’m a neophile. I get really excited by new, innovative things. When these innovations combine two or more of my many passions (like food, science, and technology, or iPod,…

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Sopa de Ajo

There is an everyday magic to be found in the simplest of dishes. An effortless culmination of ingredients from the barest of cupboards can yield something so rich and soothing. It’s as though an alchemic…

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Punch (with a Kick)

Lets face it: your family functions are a lot more fun if everyone knocks back a few cups of the high-test stuff. A little alcohol makes your aunt/uncle’s mildly you-name-it-phobic comments to your girlfriend/boyfriend a…

Boom, Roasted

For many, autumn is a season of strong emotions: the woeful resentment of summer’s fleeting warmth, or the sentimental anticipation of campfires and bourbon. For me, fall fuels the fiery need to cremate my vegetables….

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Sharp Art

Steel is in Terry Afortiori’s blood. And now, in his eye. The third-generation metal worker became engrossed in a new hobby of hand-crafting knives earlier this year, his ADD and family history fueling a new obsession…

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In Season: Squash

When Oliver Twist and his little orphan scamp buddies burst into “Food, Glorious Food,” their high-pitched voices trill on about sausages and custards. For me, when I hear the song, my imagination brings forth images…

Homegrown, Homemade

Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream Desserts by Jeni Britton Bauer Columbus’ ice cream ambassador has issued her follow-up to the dairy queen’s James Beard Award-winning Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams at Home. While Britton Bauer is one…

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