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Warm Rice Pudding with Caramelized Apples

by Molly Shuster
Apple Vanilla Rice Pudding

Just because it’s January doesn’t mean we’ve given up on sweets altogether; we’re just paying closer attention and wholly focused on the ones that matter. And when presented with a stunner like this, a dessert full of sweetened, aromatic rice and tart, warm apples, all of us at Eat Boutique pay attention. Don’t wait for

What We’re Loving: Healthy Lunches

by Rachel Wilson
What We’re Loving: Healthy Lunches

If November is the month for pies, December is definitely the month for cookies. When I was growing up, one of the best holiday surprises was finding a cookie plate on our doorstep that had been dropped off by a friend or neighbor. Now that I’m an adult, there is nothing I love more than

Happy New Year and Cranberry Vanilla Syrup Cocktails

by Maggie Battista
Happy New Year and Cranberry Vanilla Syrup Cocktails

Well, folks, it’s been a year. It’s been the sort of year that teaches you loads about yourself — what you love to do, what you don’t love so much, and where your sweet spot really is. The holiday pop-up was a revelation — it was so much fun for me! I loved hearing your

Maggie’s Kitchen Memo: Oyster Stew, Biscuits, Meyer Lemon Jam, Green Apple Mignonette and New Years

by Maggie Battista
Maggie’s Kitchen Memo: XXXXX

Hey there, I love that 2014 is coming to a close. It was a great year, but the opportunity for a fresh start — a blank canvas, a new year, a new you — is most certainly hard to pass up. It’s just the excuse we all need, if you need one, to try a

Rose Sugar Jars

by Maggie Battista
Rose Sugar on Style Me Pretty

I can’t believe we’re here. Happy Christmas Eve, folks! I hope this holiday is the best one yet. I need a few last minute gifts so I’m busy baking cookies and tying ribbons right now. If you need something last minute, try this easy recipe I created for Style Me Pretty Living. It’s simple: mix

What We’re Loving: Cookies for Gifting

by Kate H. Knapp
What We’re Loving: Holiday Cookie for Gifting

The holidays really are the most wonderful time of year, especially when they are filled with sweet, homemade cookies. The simple gesture of a baked gift is one that goes far with friends, family, and neighbors. Cookies are so popular as a gift, in fact, that people host parties centered around exchanging favorite recipes. These

The Simplest Hostess Gift: Sinful Garlic Bread

by Denise Woodward
Simple and Giftable Garlic Bread

With just a week leading up to Christmas and New Years, I believe you’re the sort who has at least one dinner party to attend. Forget the wine, table the flowers, and let someone else handle dessert. You bring this and bake it at the party — make sure to ask the hostess for a

Baking Chez Moi and Vous with Dorie Greenspan

by Kate H. Knapp
Baking Chez Moi and Vous with Dorie Greenspan

It’s really quite impossible not to adore Dorie Greenspan. With several incredible cookbooks under her belt–Baking: From My Home to Yours, Around My French Table, and Baking With Julia (yes, the Julia Child)–a lovely blog, and a very popular baking club, Tuesdays With Dorie, as well as the sweetest smile and an ever-so-friendly disposition, she is

Maggie’s Kitchen Memo: My Ultimate Holiday Food Gift (Love) and Wrapping Guide and a Shop Update

by Maggie Battista
Maggie’s Kitchen Memo: My Ultimate Holiday Food Gift (Love) & Wrapping Guide

Hello, hello everyone! Let’s take a full breath before I type this… breathe… There are only 9 days until Christmas and 16 days until we ring in 2015. Not panicked yet? Good, there’s no need to stress. Between the Eat Boutique Holiday Pop-Up Shop, the gift box collection in the online shop, and this mega Food

Chestnut Pear Tatin

by Sean St. John
Chestnut Pear Tatin

Ever since Paris, chestnuts have been that dreamy food that instantly evokes wintertime. Like hot dogs or pretzels are to New York City, chestnuts are to Paris, dotting every corner when you begin to see your breath. Sean shared this celebratory recipe to get us in the holiday spirit. Go roast some chestnuts, okay? xo-Maggie

What We’re Loving: Homemade Hostess Gifts

by Rachel Wilson
What We’re Loving: Homemade Hostess Gifts

  The holiday season has arrived, and chances are that you will be a guest in someone else’s home for at least one, if not many, holiday soirees. No guest likes to arrive empty handed, but it can be difficult to think of a unique and meaningful gift for your hostess (holiday madness!). Maggie’s upcoming

Not Without Salt’s Ashley Rodriguez on Date Nights, Cookbooks, and her Salted Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe

by Kate H. Knapp
Not Without Salt Talks about her New Cookbook & Salted Chocolate Chip Cookies

As the creator of the popular food blog, Not Without Salt, a mother of three young children, and an entrepreneur of a highly-addictive, Salted Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix, the adorable and always-inspiring Ashley Rodriguez is no stranger to a hectic schedule. In fact, it was her busy life that inspired her first cookbook, Date Night In: More than

Tatte Bakery: The Life and Loves of a Professional Baker

by Kate H. Knapp
The Lovely Lady Behind Tatte Bakery

Tzurit Or changes people’s lives with simply an oven and a great deal of creativity. It’s true. She weaves magic into her incredibly flaky pastry, coaxes depths of flavor from a simple ingredient, and alters your dessert perceptions with just one bite. She has long been one of our favorite people and owns one of our all-time favorite

The World According to the Drink-Syrup Masters of Quince & Apple

by Kate H. Knapp
The World According to the Drink-Syrup Masters of Quince & Apple

Meet Matt and Clare, the delightful founders and faces behind Quince & Apple, one of our favorite makers for drink syrups and jams. The dynamic duo handcrafts small-batch preserves and drink syrups out of their kitchen in Madison, Wisconsin, and their passion and attention to detail shines in each inventive flavor (Honey Lemon syrup, anyone?) they create.

Sausages with Carrot and Beet Mash, Ale and Onion Gravy

by Sean St. John
Sausages with Carrot & Beet Mash + Ale & Onion Gravy

This is the kind of dish we want to make and eat during the first storm of the season. Read through Sean’s story and recipe. Then, fill your fridge with root vegetables and beer, and your freezer with sausages. You’ll be ready when the mood strikes. -Maggie Although “Bangers and Mash” is a British classic,

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