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The Pie Hole: Too Chilly for Chantilly?

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Share This.We know, spring came a year ago, and Old Man Winter is now the old weird guy at the party, but we thought today’s featured recipe would make you forget your Indian Winter blues. Poached from the legendary Julia Childs, we actually found this Cantilly Aux Framboises recipe on Sprinkles Bakes. Chantilly Aux Framboises. Ingredients. • 1 1/2 pints fresh raspberries • 2/3 cup instant sugar (very finely granulated, also known Read More

Pressed for Time.

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Share This.Never-mind working on that beach body, this Stuffed Hamburger Press from Williams Sonoma making achieving that couch body a far easier feat. Made from durable plastic, the Stuffed Hamburger Press is good for making delicious 8 Oz. patties from beef, turkey, chicken, pork–anything your clogged heart desires! Purchase your very own → here. ←

The Pie Hole: (Thai)ed Together.

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Share This.Usually we feature recipes that we have yet to try and we let you, the reader, journey through the process with us. But today is a different story. Today we have a recipe that we actually had the pleasure of trying — we even have pictures! Thanks to We Are Never Full, we’re on a Thai kick this week. Crispy Thai Calamari Salad.↓ Ingredients.↓ • 1 pound calamari, with tentacles Read More

The Pie Hole: Custard’s Last Stand – Most Likely Not.

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Share This.With the days of summer now behind us, we can now delve into the more savory and hearty foods that warm our soul the most. Today’s recipe comes from Gina Marie Miraglia Eriquez and feaured a reinvention of the classic Japanese egg custard—chawan mushi—with creamy corn and crab. Steamed Corn Custards with Crab.↓ Ingredients.↓ FOR CUSTARD • 1 cup fresh corn kernels (from 2 ears) or thawed frozen • 1/3 cup whole milk • 1 large egg, lightly beaten Read More

The Pie Hole: The Great San Gennaro Pigout.

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Share This.For decades, New York City has enjoyed the lights and sweet aromas of the San Genarro Festival. Held annually since 1996, the 86th Feast of San Genarro has become a key indication of fall, bringing with it games, merriment and, most of all, delicious foods. Hungry tummies roam the selected blocks of Little Italy following their noses to whichever food purveyor entices them the most. It seems like a Read More

The Pie Hole: Lady Lavender.

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Share This.Although it’s fall, these next few days will still have a taste of summer on its lips; and so can you, if you follow this recipe to the tee. Borrowed from Kelly at Eat Yourself Skinny!, this recipe will give you the Indian summer that you deserve. .↓ Ingredients.↓ • 2 cups water • 1/2 cup sugar • 1/4 cup agave nectar (or honey) • 3 Tbsp dried lavender • 2 cups freshly squeezed Read More

The Pie Hole: Doesn’t Taste Like Chicken.

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Share This.Beach weather is practically over and done with and it is now time to get fat to avoid freezing to death in the winter. Yep, your yearning for the warm sun of yesterseason will soon be nullified by invitation of fatty comfort foods and hearty beverages (cheeseburger shake, anyone?). In an attempt to get a jump on the predicted gorging, we took a look at The Cupcake Project and found a cool reinvention Read More