Cookie Series: Classic Peanut Butter Cookies

Though America historically has done an amazing job of appropriating and adapting the cuisine of its many immigrant groups, there seems to be relatively few dishes or items that are truly American.* Peanut butter, on the other hand, was invented in America (yay ‘Merica!). Its delectable, nutty goodness has been a staple in American cuisine […]

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Meatless Monday: Butternut Squash and Rapini Casserole

Its Meatless Monday again! This recipe is inspired by some of my favorite ingredients and one of my favorite chefs. I was binge watching A Chef’s Life (its so good, y’all) and saw chef Vivian Howard make a really tasty looking butternut squash, rapini, and sausage casserole. You know someone’s a culinary badass when they […]

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Weeknight Meal: Meatloaf

Oh, the homely meatloaf. A staple at American dinner tables since the 1800s, the meatloaf is as classically American as apple pie and Nascar. Though not the sexiest dish on the block, meatloaf is a great way to feed a lot of people quickly and cheaply. My recipe is a riff on my mom’s, which […]

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