This is a basic infographic on choosing a good cooking oil. I want to add one important oil that’s missing: COCONUT OIL. Not only is it great for cooking with, because it’s higher smoke point means it will be less likely to burn than go-to fave olive oil, but it’s also great to use on your skin and in your hair. It also has numerous medicinal qualities. #justsaynotogrease
It’s been too long since we’ve had a recipe post! I saw this cute meal over at xoJane for Farfalle & Parmesan and knew I had to modify it. I did and it was yummy. We’re doing a Recipe Remix to make it more filling and nutritious.
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It’s time for another recipe! I’m moving across the meal spectrum from desserts, to salads and now to soups/stews. Blame it on My Life In France. In case you didn’t know, Julia Child was pretty kewl.
Most people don’t eat white beans on a regular basis, so serving three varieties in one dish is a treat. This is one of my favorite recipes – which calls for Cannellini, Great Northern and Navy because it’s so versatile.
I recommend making a huge vat where you can eat some upfront and freeze the rest in portions. Of course you must have a full-bodied or extra-dry white wine to complete the meal.
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In my future dream house I envision an amazing kitchen that meets form, function and is family-friendly. I want a Viking oven, all the best kitchen gadgets [hello, I like to bake], copper cookware, a pantry, center island and a fireplace.
And don’t forget tons of natural light. I have a penchant for white kitchens [!!]. No one can say I lack vision!
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