What is TVP? 10 Vegan Recipes to Try

Textured Vegetable Protein aka TVP is a wonderful plant-based ingredient to use in ground beef recipes. I’ll show you how. But what is TVP exactly? How to cook with it? Is it healthy, or gluten-free, or vegan? What kind of easy TVP recipes should…

Textured Vegetable Protein aka TVP is a wonderful plant-based ingredient to use in ground beef recipes. I’ll show you how. But what is TVP exactly? How to cook with it? Is it healthy, or gluten-free, or vegan? What kind of easy TVP recipes should you try first? To find the answers to those questions, please...

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5 Flavorful Non-Alcoholic Beers

These alcohol-free stouts, lagers, and IPAs taste just like the real thing. Try one or all of them, especially if you’re partaking in Dry January. Continue reading “5 Flavorful Non-Alcoholic Beers” »

These alcohol-free stouts, lagers, and IPAs taste just like the real thing. Try one or all of them, especially if you’re partaking in Dry January.

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What We Cook With: Our Favorite Brands of Butter

In the world of baking, butter is king! Today we share our favorite brands of salted butter, unsalted butter, and why and when we use them. Continue reading “What We Cook With: Our Favorite Brands of Butter” »

In the world of baking, butter is king! Today we share our favorite brands of salted butter, unsalted butter, and why and when we use them.

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What We Cook With: Our Favorite Brands of Flour

In every home baker’s pantry is a bag (or three!) of flour. From King Arthur to Gold Medal for all-purpose, from White Lily self-rising flour to Bob’s Red Mill for spelt and buckwheat, here are the flour brands we purchase again and again. …

In every home baker's pantry is a bag (or three!) of flour. From King Arthur to Gold Medal for all-purpose, from White Lily self-rising flour to Bob's Red Mill for spelt and buckwheat, here are the flour brands we purchase again and again.

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One Simply Terrific Thing: Maldon Sea Salt Flakes

Maldon Sea Salt Flakes aren’t just a fancy salt; they’re a cooking essential and deserve a space in every home cook’s pantry. Continue reading “One Simply Terrific Thing: Maldon Sea Salt Flakes” »

Maldon Sea Salt Flakes aren’t just a fancy salt; they’re a cooking essential and deserve a space in every home cook’s pantry.

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What We Cook With: Our Favorite Cocoa, Baking Chocolate, and Chocolate Chips

From Hershey’s to Guittard and Ghirardelli, here are the brands of cocoa and chocolate that we buy and use in our baking! Continue reading “What We Cook With: Our Favorite Cocoa, Baking Chocolate, and Chocolate Chips” »

From Hershey's to Guittard and Ghirardelli, here are the brands of cocoa and chocolate that we buy and use in our baking!

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What’s the Difference Between Dutch-Process and Natural Cocoa Powder?

Learn about the two forms of cocoa powder, when to use Dutch-processed cocoa and when to use natural or regular cocoa, and how to substitute one for the other. Continue reading “What’s the Difference Between Dutch-Process and Natural Cocoa …

Learn about the two forms of cocoa powder, when to use Dutch-processed cocoa and when to use natural or regular cocoa, and how to substitute one for the other.

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One Simply Terrific Thing: New York Shuk’s Signature Harissa

This harissa from New York Shuk is balanced with medium heat, and it’s the best we’ve tried. Stir it into soups, use as a marinade for chicken and fish, dollop it on pizza—it never fails! Continue reading “One Simply Terrific Thing: New Yor…

This harissa from New York Shuk is balanced with medium heat, and it's the best we've tried. Stir it into soups, use as a marinade for chicken and fish, dollop it on pizza—it never fails!

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