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Rustic Fennel Apricot Bread

by Mary Swenson
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Old Italian uncles, a much-loved and much-tested bread, and some killer apricots? Count me in! – Amy I have this really, really cute great-uncle. His name is Evo, and he’s 100% Italian – which, waaaay back when, apparently wasn’t a “favorable” trait when it came to courting my aunt. But since he’s really, really cute,

Roasted Beet and Horseradish Crème

by Angela Brown
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Today we are so thrilled to introduce our newest Eat Boutique contributor. In our circle, she’s considered the reigning Condiment Queen. Angela starts off with a big, colorful bang in this glorious Roasted Beet and Horseradish Crème. If that isn’t pure love, I don’t know what is. -Amy After a long, grey winter, I positively

Six Ridiculously Delicious Rhubarb Recipes

by Kate H. Knapp
Strawberry + rhubarb jam

Want to know a (not-so-secret) secret? Maggie is crazy—as in over the moon—about rhubarb. How do I know? Let’s just say that the last few weeks of recipe testing for her upcoming cookbook, Food Gift Love, have included a delightful amount of rhubarb-centric recipes. Not that I’m complaining. I have been hopelessly devoted to the

Savory Veggie Porridge

by Casey Engleman
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Seriously, I am melting. This savory porridge is like a big, fluffy blanket. It’s also vegetarian, but nice and satisfying, with Casey’s ingenious use of nut butter, honey, and soy sauce. Dive in! – Amy I’ve always been a fan of a runny yolk. Odds are, if there is an item on a menu that

Fresh Spring Asparagus Recipes

by Lauren Keiper
Three Fresh Asparagus Recipes

Sometimes, you simply have to respect your ingredient; especially when that ingredient is asparagus. Lauren delivers some season’s eatings with these fresh recipes where asparagus is the definitive star! -Amy For me, the surest sign spring is here and farmer’s markets are about to re-open:  the daffodil.  Sprouting from the ground in all its glory,

Handmade Easter Chicks

by Maggie Battista
Handmade Easter Peeps

Oh my goodness, Easter is basically here. It’s crept up on all of us so quickly and now, guess what? The year is almost a third over… Wow. This year, Easter is going to be a little extra special in Maggie-land as my family is coming in for a quick visit. That means, I have

Simple & Crisp Fruit Crisps on Sale

by Kate H. Knapp
Simple & Crisp Fruit Crisps on Sale

Maybe it’s because the sun is shining, the flowers are starting to bloom, or we adore all of you so very much, but whatever the reason, we’re offering a discount on our Simple and Crisp Pear Fruit Crisps. Normally, these organic, gluten-free treats cost $9, but they are now on sale (for a limited-time only)

Seven Buzz-Worthy Ways to Enjoy Espresso

by Kate H. Knapp
Espresso

My love for coffee began when my grandmother and I would “have coffee,” meaning she would add just a teeny splash to my milk and serve it to me in a mug way too big for my face. In those moments of sipping my coffee, I felt like I had been granted access to a

Cornbread Dumplings on Beef Bean Chili

by Tara Bellucci
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As a southern girl currently abroad, Tara’s recipe makes me a little homesick, and a LOT hungry. Hearty chili and cornbread are a classic pairing – but cooked like this you’ve got ease, gorgeous presentation, and a truly complete one pot meal! -Amy  Chili is delicious any season, but I particularly love it in the

Apple Cider Steamed Mussels

by Sean St. John
Apple Cider Steamed Mussels

When I think of the northeast, I think of apples. Of nippy fall days, and a plethora of laden apple trees. Naturally, apple cider follows, and naturally, some scrumptious eats can be made with such riches. But seafood? The answer is yes. Sean shows us why! – Amy Stare at a mussel shell for long

Eight Sweet Quinoa Recipes

by Amy Feiereisel
Eight Sweet Quinoa Recipes

I came late to the Quinoa party. As an American and Taiwanese hybrid, the starches of my childhood were potatoes and rice, with the occasional appearance of oats if we were really getting crazy. And don’t get me started on Texas; good for beans and tortillas, not so much for variety when it comes to

Cinnamon Sugar Doughnut Muffins

by Jennifer Menery
Cinnamon Sugar Doughnut Muffins

How is that a sprinkle (or a dousing) of cinnamon sugar makes everything better? As a devoted cinnamon-sugar-on-my-pancakes child, I know well the magic of the crunchy, slightly spicy combination. Cloud-like doughnut muffins rolled in this? Bliss. -Amy  Cinnamon Sugar Doughnut Muffins Mix up your donut muffin batter. Cover them in melted butter. Roll them

One Dish Eggplant Parmesan

by Denise Woodward & Laudalino Ferreira
One Dish Eggplant Parmesan

There are days when having a full, steaming stovetop or an uncomfortably full oven is lovely. Then there are days when it can be hell – for instance, when you have just brought home a new baby or started a new job; when relatives have descended or unexpected guests move in. That’s when the One

Chai-Smoked Spareribs

by Tara Bellucci
Chai Smoked Spareribs

When Joanne Chang expanded beyond the world’s best cinnamon buns and scones to New England-sourced Taiwanese soul food and Southeast Asian street food, Boston perked up. Meyers + Chang is packed most nights with happy eaters and dishes to inspire that happiness. Thank goodness, Tara was also inspired to recreate one of their best dishes. Now

Five Reasons to Fall for Campari

by Kate H. Knapp
camparimojito

Oh, Campari, how I have loathed and loved you. And I am not alone. Many find the first few sips of this scarlet-hued liqueur to be a bit abrasive. It is only after persevering through a bit of face puckering that one discovers how delightful and strangely addictive the bitter-orange-flavored elixir can be. My love

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