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Yep, that’s right- roasted vegetables with a runny egg on top. Delicious, yet not terribly exciting to blog about! When Cooler Kitchen has been cranking out super rich foods, this is one of our healthier and simple go-to meals of choice!   Here’s what to do if you think this sounds like a fabulous idea: take chopped Read more…

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Our beach barbecues when we are on summer vacation are no joke, and my spicy sesame peanut noodles served 15 people as a perfect side to any main meat or fish event. Whole wheat linguine, aside from providing more nutrition than white flour pasta, excellently absorbs all of the flavors in the sauce and adds a hearty Read more…

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    Your family and friends will love these bite-sized chewy chocolate cookies! Mine did when I brought them to our family’s Passover Seder this year. These easy to make flourless treats are bursting with a rich cocoa flavor, and the powdered sugar dusting adds a delightful and refreshing sweetness. I adapted this recipe from one Read more…

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Mac n cheese was my friend Suzanne’s supper of choice when we were kids together, and as I recall I was quite fond of it as well. At her engagement party, I wanted to serve a delicious but slightly more sophisticated version of this childhood classic. I adapted this recipe from the Barefoot Contessa’s and Read more…

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I heart Well* and oatmeal. Time was, the only thing that could get me out of bed in the morning was the thought of my coffee. Every morning, I require 3-4 cups of black, black joe which I have been known to guzzle. Now that I work at an Elementary School and wake up a lot Read more…

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I cannot believe it took me several months to break out my new spiralizer. It is so easy to use, and the dinner we ended up enjoying was a classic example of my favorite kind of weeknight cooking- quick and fresh while also incorporating ready to go items from my freezer. Here is the fresh part: Read more…

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I’m not sure if there is any other dish that so exemplifies both over-the-top indulgence and down-home goodness. A modern-day terrine? Perhaps, especially when you try the recipe that was featured in the most recent issue of Cook’s Country Magazine. Yes- in the days of Pinterest, cooking blogs galore such as this one, and hundreds Read more…

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  I took a trip to Charleston and Savannah in March 2013. Everyone I told about my trip asked me, “Are you going to a wedding?” or, “Do you have family down there?” Like it was so hard to believe that two Manhattanites (my boyfriend and I) might just find their way to the Lowcountry Read more…

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I recently had the pleasure of spending a week in the Outer Banks of North Carolina, where I ate  some of the best seafood and barbeque of my life. Case in point: Freshly caught and steamed peel and eat shrimp at Dockside ‘N Duck. Also worth mentioning in terms of life-altering dining experiences was my Read more…

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I have recently taken up a new hobby. Up until now, I have killed every plant I’ve ever owned, but it’s no secret that I love cooking with herbs, and I love the idea of growing my own even more. So I’ve been cultivating a little herb garden on my windowsill. How cute is my Read more…

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