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Perfect Chocolate Cake, a recipe on Food52

Perfect Chocolate Cake recipe on

Coca-Cola cake from The Roosevelt in Richmond, VA.

Coca-Cola Layer Cake Recipe | Tasting Table

Baby Boy Bakery .: Wonton Turkey Tacos

Wonton Turkey Tacos

Learn to make a simple shiitake and herb broth.

Shiitake Mushroom and Herb Broth

Bhartha (Spicy Indian Eggplant), a recipe on Food52

Bhartha (Spicy Indian Eggplant) recipe on

Hasselback Potato Skillet Bake, a recipe on Food52

Hasselback Potato Skillet Bake recipe on

NYT Cooking: Amanda Cohen’s Secret-Weapon Stir-Fry Sauce

Amanda Cohen’s Secret-Weapon Stir-Fry Sauce Recipe

Nutella cereal!

Nutella Breakfast Cereal - A Beautiful Mess

Macaroni-and-Cheese (and Broccoli) Casserole, a recipe on Food52

Macaroni-and-Cheese (and Broccoli) Casserole recipe on

Artichoke Dip Bites Recipe from Taste of Home -- shared by Nikkole Vanyo, West Fargo, North Dakota

Artichoke Dip Bites

spaghetti pangritata with crispy eggs

spaghetti pangritata with crispy eggs | smitten kitchen

Miso Peanut Pasta Salad, a recipe on Food52

Miso Peanut Pasta Salad recipe on

Nutella Popcorn Puppy Chow recipe on

crispy chewy chocolate chip cookies

crispy chewy chocolate chip cookies | smitten kitchen

morning bread pudding with salted caramel

morning bread pudding with salted caramel | smitten kitchen

Carnitas recipe: My Mexican husband says this is the best carnitas he has ever had. That is quite the endorsement since every other time it was made professionally.

food is luv: yo quiero carnitas

Chocolate Peanut Butter Ooey Gooey Butter Cake Recipe ~ This cake which combines peanut butter and chocolate will just knock your socks off!

These delicious recipe for S'mores Bars (a.k.a. S'mores Brownies) celebrates all of the goodness of the campfire...but made easily in your oven!

S'mores Bars | Gimme Some Oven

brisket smitten kitchen

southwestern pulled brisket | smitten kitchen

When we first saw this man dump water on these delicious strips of bacon, we were shocked. When we saw the final result, we were absolutely stunned. Everyone needs to see this...

Man Uses Water To Properly Prepare Bacon | SF Globe

Very lightly adapted from Dorie Greenspan's Baking Chez Moi. The custardy squares are essentially an autumnal clafoutis; they're lovely. I've added the option below of not using a mandoline to slice the apples; I made it without, and without being too persnickety, and it was delicious nonetheless.

Dorie Greenspan's Custardy Apple Squares recipe on

Corby Kummer, author of The Joy of Coffee, says the stovetop moka pot is a low-tech, simple-to-operate, inexpensive brewing system that produces a superb cup of coffee.

How to brew coffee in a moka pot

Corby Kummer, author of The Joy of Coffee, says the stovetop moka pot is a low-tech, simple-to-operate, inexpensive brewing system that produces a superb cup of coffee.

How to brew coffee in a moka pot

The Disney Diner: Minnie's Bake Shop Chocolate Chip Supreme Cookies Recipe

everything bagel cheez-its (recipe below) little bottles of wine my eyeballs just about popped out of my head when i saw that everything bagel cheddar exists. it is so good. i am such a fan of this movement to apply everything bagel seasoning to more things than just bagels. i basically want to sub everything bagel cheese anytime a recipe calls for cheese: everything bagel cheeseburgers, everything bagel pizza, everything bagel grilled cheese. everything sounds so good with everything bagel in front of it. so i'm starting small, with a nice cheesy cracker that highlights the flavors of this tasty cheese. it's based on my sriracha cheez-it recipe, and if you can't find everything bagel cheddar at your grocery store, you can certainly use plain cheddar and add a few teaspoons of everything bagel seasoning to the mix.  everything bagel cheez-its makes about 4 servings ingredients 8 oz everything bagel cheddar, shredded* 1 c flour a good pinch of kosher salt a few turns of black pepper 4 tb unsalted butter, cold and cubed 2-4 tb cold water *i hate shredding cheese so much. almost as much as i hate using the can opener. i've definitely made this recipe before by ripping the cheese up into chunks, adding it to the food processor with the flour, salt, and pepper, and processing the heck out of it before adding the butter. clues preheat oven to 350. line two baking sheets with parchment and set aside. place cheese, flour, salt, and pepper in a food processor and pulse until combined. add butter and pulse until the mixture turns to small pea-sized pieces. continue pulsing and add the water, 1 tablespoon at a time, until the mixture resembles couscous and sticks together when you squeeze a small amount in your hand. turn it onto a lightly floured surface and use your hands to work the mixture together into a ball of dough. roll it out to 1/4-inch thickness and then cut out 1 1/2-inch squares. place them 1 1/2 inches apart on your baking sheets, sprinkle with a bit more salt if you'd like, and bake for about 20 minutes, until they're lightly browned. enjoy! -yeh!

everything bagel cheez-its