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Cheating in the Kitchen with My Vegetable Chopper

November 12, 2012
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When I have to make recipes that require a whole lot of the above to be chopped into uniform bits I have to confess, I pull out my vegetable chopper. I know it’s a tool that is looked down on by many, but I absolutely adore this silly gadget. CK’s grandmother actually gave me my […]

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Making Classic Fudge Pops with the Zoku Quick Pop Maker

May 19, 2010
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My cousin Amanda and her husband Eric gave CK and I the Zoku Quick Pop Maker as a housewarming gift last month. How cool are they?! Even though this funky gadget intrigued me thoroughly I probably never would have purchased it for myself as my inner skeptic would have inevitably won out over my inner […]

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Review: Williams-Sonoma Circus Cookie Cutters

June 1, 2008

I’m an impulse shopper, especially when it comes to kitchen gadgets and products.  If you show me something pretty, shiny, or god forbid pink and it somehow relates to cooking than I absolutely have to possess it.  So when I got a new product email from Williams-Sonoma last week featuring animal crackers on parade and […]

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Hissy Fit Inducing Ricotta-Lemon Pancakes

May 27, 2008

This dish is a perfect example of why everyone has urged and pleaded with us our whole lives to read through a recipe in its entirety before starting to recreate it.  It’s really not just something your mother says to wind you up or question your cooking abilities.  Case in point, these ricotta pancakes that […]

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Flourless Chocolate Cake with Espresso Whipped Cream

January 27, 2008

You know how sometimes you’ll find a recipe and really want to make it, but then you start reading the ingredients list and the instructions and it will slowly dawn on you that you’re missing EVERYTHING and there isn’t possibly anyway you could “fudge it” (so to speak). Well that’s what happened to me when […]

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