• Sprouting 101

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    April 3, 2015 Spring is springing as we type this! To celebrate, we're doing a whole month of sprouted goodies. Founding Foodie Sarah gets us started with this overview. What can be sprouted? What are the health benefits? How can you use sprout ...

    Sprouting 101
  • The Quest For The Perfect Irish Coffee

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    March 6, 2015 Eater Adam embarks on a quest for a pot o' gold...more accurately, the perfect Irish coffee. But do we literally need to find a leprechaun at the end of a rainbow to find this elusive elixir? The Quest For The Perfect Irish Coffee

  • Turmeric: Not Just For Cobra Bites Anymore

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    February 20, 2015 Turmeric has been used for thousands of years as an Ayurvedic remedy to treat colds, heal wounds and even ease inflamed joints. But as modern research shows, there's plenty this bright yellow-orange powder can do for a modern audi ...

    Turmeric: Not Just For Cobra Bites Anymore
  • Bone Broth, Part Two: Is This Really Good For You?

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    February 6, 2015 In the last three months, bone broth has reached a tipping point, with articles multiplying rapidly across food blogs and major media outlets alike. Haven't heard about it? You must live under a rock ‚Äď which is ironic, since thi ...

    Bone Broth, Part Two: Is This Really Good For You?

September 26th, 2016

These Are The [Hollan]Days

The first time this Founding Foodie whipped (and whipped… and whipped some more) up a batch of Hollandaise sauce, she was pretty sure she might have a coronary. If seemed so complicated. But, as it turns out, it’s just a little fussy, and once you nail the technique, the only coronary you’ll be having is due to a magnificent bite of deliciousness. Continue reading Read more

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We The Eaters
September 19th, 2016

When Butterscotch Pudding Day Falls On Your Birthday … And You Hate Pudding

Not only is today National Butterscotch Pudding Day, it’s also Founding Foodie Sarah’s birthday, which some also consider a national holiday. And just two days ago it was co-founder Amy’s big day too. If you’re looking for a way to celebrate butterscotch pudding, our birthdays and really want to treat yourself to a decadent dessert, look no further than this butterscotch bourbon bread pudding … with bacon, just because. Continue reading Read more

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September 12th, 2016

My Boozy Milkshake Brings All The Boys To The Yard…

It’s National Chocolate Milkshake Day! In honor of such an auspicious event, we’ve busted out all the chocolate stuff and a bunch of booze in an effort to make an adult–style milkshake to woo a sleep-deprived husband. Will it work? Maybe we added too much booze… Continue reading Read more

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September
We're taking a look at a month's worth of Monday food holidays. From cheese pizza to key lime pie, we're celebrating the random and interesting national days of food by trying out our favorite takes in our own kitchens.