Best Super Bowl Food

BEST SUPER BOWL FOODWe’ve rounded up our best most crowd pleasing Super Bowl Food Ideas that are perfect for game day. We have a whole section for delicious Super Bowl Finger Food ideas. Or if you’re looking for classic super bowl snacks li…

BEST SUPER BOWL FOOD
We’ve rounded up our best most crowd pleasing Super Bowl Food Ideas that are perfect for game day. We have a whole section for delicious Super Bowl Finger Food ideas. Or if you’re looking for classic super bowl snacks like nachos or pigs in a blanket, or…
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A Week In The Life, Vol 5.

Bye by January! It was another groundhog day-like week! But I’m secretly sooooo happy that January is over. I’m still going heavy on the grapefruit. Still loving winter skies. And Emilia is still super into her collages! I linked them in my January favorites. Max got a quick haircut. We made eggs and toast for […]

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Bye by January!

It was another groundhog day-like week!

But I’m secretly sooooo happy that January is over.

I’m still going heavy on the grapefruit.

Still loving winter skies.

And Emilia is still super into her collages! I linked them in my January favorites.

Max got a quick haircut.

We made eggs and toast for dinner one night!

Eat an obscene amount of fruit in this house.

Signs of spring!

Max had to make a snowman for school and Emilia was all in since she loves crafts.

Um guys can you tell I am still terrible at crafts? He looks deranged. Haha.

Too cold to grill, so roasted vegetables it is!

Late saturday the kids wanted to make muffins. I basically let them do it themselves!

OMG these banana muffins! So darn good.

Annnd into a new week! xo

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Cauliflower Soup

This roasted cauliflower soup is a new and improved version of a recipe I posted years ago, way back at the start of Love & Lemons. The fundamental concept is the same: the soup is rich and creamy, but its luscious texture comes from blended caulif…


This roasted cauliflower soup is a new and improved version of a recipe I posted years ago, way back at the start of Love & Lemons. The fundamental concept is the same: the soup is rich and creamy, but its luscious texture comes from blended cauliflower instead of heavy cream. I’ve made this cauliflower soup every winter for years now, tweaking it a little each time. When I made it again a few weeks ago, the new version came out so well that I had to share the recipe with all of you! I love how simple this cauliflower soup […]

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What To Eat This Week: 1/31/21.

Yay for the last week of January! We’re ending the month on a delish note. What to eat this week Start the week off with a comforting bowl of cheddar cauliflower chowder. It’s warm and delicious and you’ll have some leftovers for the week. For taco Tuesday, make these fish taco bowls! I love how […]

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Yay for the last week of January!

what to eat this week

We’re ending the month on a delish note.

what to eat this week

What to eat this week

Start the week off with a comforting bowl of cheddar cauliflower chowder. It’s warm and delicious and you’ll have some leftovers for the week.

For taco Tuesday, make these fish taco bowls! I love how easily customizable these are. They are filling and satisfying too and everyone has fun building a bowl.

If you have some leftover pico from Tuesday, make my black bean baked taquitos. They are so crunchy and wonderful.

Next up, these asian inspired sloppy joes. We adore these. Serve with some cacio e pepe brussels for a side.

Fuji apple chicken salad is crisp and refreshing while satisfying at the same time. A really great weeknight meal!

For the weekend, go with my baked sun dried tomato gnocchi and a house salad. YUM.

For lunches, I’m going to do a version of these tomato avocado bagelwiches. And breakfasts? I’m making my vanilla ricotta toasts with banana and pistachios.

what to eat this week

What’s on your menu this week?!

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1-Pot Apple Butter (Date-Sweetened!)

If you’ve never tried apple butter, you’re in for a serious treat! All of the sweetness and flavor of apples becomes concentrated and on full display. Swoon!
We’re going to show you how easy it is to make this simple, date-sweetened fall and winter tre…

1-Pot Apple Butter (Date-Sweetened!)

If you’ve never tried apple butter, you’re in for a serious treat! All of the sweetness and flavor of apples becomes concentrated and on full display. Swoon!

We’re going to show you how easy it is to make this simple, date-sweetened fall and winter treat, plus share our favorite ways to use it. Just 1 pot and 5 simple ingredients required!

What is Apple Butter?

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How to Make Tiramisu

If you love a classic tiramisu but have never made it at home, it’s not as hard as you may think! Learn how to make tiramisu and wow your loved ones with this elegant dessert. The very first time I had Tiramisu, I was smitten with it. I was in high school and my family …

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If you love a classic tiramisu but have never made it at home, it’s not as hard as you may think! Learn how to make tiramisu and wow your loved ones with this elegant dessert.

Slice of tiramisu on a white plate with coffee and a baking dish in the background

The very first time I had Tiramisu, I was smitten with it. I was in high school and my family had a little birthday celebration for me at Buca di Beppo.

Instead of birthday cake, they served tiramisu in a giant bowl complete with candles. And right then and there, it immediately became one of my very favorite desserts.

I actually love tiramisu so much that I have made a few different tiramisu-inspired desserts before. Tiramisu Brownies, this Tiramisu Martini, and White Chocolate Tiramisu Pudding Cups are all inspired by the flavors of the Italian classic.

But I realized something recently. I have never shared my classic tiramisu recipe here before! 

Obviously I had to fix that immediately.  

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January Favorites: Lifestyle.

Here’s a peek at everything I loved in January 2021! xo FOOD Peanut butter overnight oats. This is so on repeat for me this month. I love this and make three days worth at a time. It’s probably my favorite breakfast! Terra Chips Heritage Blend. I am not a huge chip lover but oh my […]

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january favorites

Here’s a peek at everything I loved in January 2021! xo

FOOD

Peanut butter overnight oats. This is so on repeat for me this month. I love this and make three days worth at a time. It’s probably my favorite breakfast!

Terra Chips Heritage Blend. I am not a huge chip lover but oh my gossssh these are so good. Salty, crunchy and have so much flavor. We all love them!

My warm brussels crunch salad. I can’t stop making this. We’ve been eating it all of January and I am obsessed with it for lunch.

HOME

My passion planner!! It never fails that when January comes, I’m reminded how much I LOVE this planner. I use the academic year so don’t have a new one in January, but I’m always reinvigorated by my planner come the new year.

Stabilo Pastel Highlighters. I’ve mentioned these before too but they are my favorite highlighters to use in my planner! I also love how short and fat they are – they fit so well in your hands.

Breville Automatic Tea Maker. I.am.in.love.with.this. And it’s mind blowing! This is a splurge but I have used it every single day (multiple times a day) for over a month and a half. It’s made for loose leaf tea, but I also use it as an electric kettle a few times a day too. I wouldn’t say I’m a strict tea drinker yet but since I haven’t really been drinking coffee, this is the next best thing. Now tell me, what is your favorite loose leaf tea?!

Origins Ginger Hand Soap and Lotion. If you’ve been following along for awhile you may recognize this as one of my favorite nostalgic scents. It reminds me of the week Max was born, so I love having it somewhere in the house. This is the soap I threw in our bathroom after the holiday one finished and it smells so wonderful!

Merece Laminator. Definitely asked for a laminator for Christmas. All I wanted to do was laminate my kids’ art work! Max draws so much everyday and in order to preserve some of the keepers, this was needed!

FASHION

Nordstrom Moonlight Layering Ts. I’ve mentioned these a million times but they are the BEST layering tees. They are so soft, stretchy and fitted. They are slightly sheer so you can’t really wear them alone, but I adore them under everything.

Barefoot Dreams In The Wild robe. My mom got me this for Christmas and I adore it. I don’t actually use it as a robe, but more of a cardigan that I keep on the first level of the house because it’s freezing right now. I wear it everyday!

MEDIA

Morgan Wallen’s Dangerous double album. Love love love Morgan Wallen and this doesn’t disappoint. So excited it’s a double album! I’ve already added songs to the list for my 2021 summer country playlist.

Josh Groban’s Harmony album. My mom told me about this album and I love it. I adore Josh Groban and his is one of the last concerts we attended before 2020. This is so good! My kids are loving it too.

The Wife Upstairs. I read a ton in January (lots of good ones too!) but I think this was the one I couldn’t put down the most. If that makes sense. It’s a thrilled and while maybe a little predictable, really good and I just couldn’t wait to see what happened!

KIDS

The Floor is Lava Game. The kids got this for Christmas and are equally in love with it. It’s really fun to play, especially if your kids are into the whole hot lava thing.

Color Me Fun Big Coloring Pages. Max is OBSESSED with these. He got one for his birthday and then a few for Christmas. They keep him entertaining for a long time. Emilia likes them too, but not as much as he does. They are super fun, even for adults! We love coloring them with the kids.

Djeco Collage Art Kit. Now these are Emilia’s favorites. She got one for Christmas and I’ve since bought every other one that is made because she loves them so much. Everyday she asks if she can her collages right when she wakes up and it’s so cute. She loves any sort of art and takes her time doing it. These are so fun.

T is for Tame Hair Styler. This is the hair styling spray I’ve used on Max for the last three years. I’ve had so many questions about it when I show it on instagram. It smells like cake, doesn’t get crunchy or crispy in the hair and sprays nicely. I love it.

[none of this is sponsored, i just love to tell you what i love every month! there are a few general affiliate links above! xo]

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Zero-Proof Jalapeño Paloma

This Zero-Proof Jalapeño Paloma is the perfect grapefruit mocktail if you’re cutting back on alcohol or doing a dry challenge but want to have an adult beverage. Zero-Proof Jalapeño Paloma These Zero-proof Palomas skip the tequila and add in muddled jalapeño for a spicy take on the classic. This virgin paloma is then topped off […]

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This Zero-Proof Jalapeño Paloma is the perfect grapefruit mocktail if you’re cutting back on alcohol or doing a dry challenge but want to have an adult beverage.

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Zero-Proof Jalapeño Paloma

These Zero-proof Palomas skip the tequila and add in muddled jalapeño for a spicy take on the classic. This virgin paloma is then topped off with fresh grapefruit and lime juices and sparkling water for a refreshing drink without the alcohol. It’s great for when you want something more exciting than water without a ton of extra sugar. For more mocktail recipes, try my Nojito (a mojito without the rum) and Virgin Bloody Mary.

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A Journey in Enriched Sourdough: Buttery, Savory Cheese Rolls

The Perfect Loaf is a column from software engineer-turned-bread expert (and Food52’s Resident Bread Baker), Maurizio Leo. Maurizio is here to show us all things naturally leavened, enriched, yeast-risen, you name it—basically, every vehicle to slather…

The Perfect Loaf is a column from software engineer-turned-bread expert (and Food52's Resident Bread Baker), Maurizio Leo. Maurizio is here to show us all things naturally leavened, enriched, yeast-risen, you name it—basically, every vehicle to slather on a lot of butter. Today, a guide to making fluffy, perfectly enriched rolls.


Harmony—a word that sums up the primary concern when developing a recipe that involves multiple ingredients and components; cooks and bakers know this all too well. When creating a new baking formula, I often step back to assess what I’m making to ensure all the components work in greater unity. The texture and flavors must play their part in contributing to the overall eating experience, and a successful recipe hinges on the presence of all these components in just the right proportion.

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