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Bread Baker: Restaurant-Quality Naan Bread Is Easier Than You Think

A cast-iron skillet is all you need to make proper-looking char marks on a piece of naan bread

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Roasted Kale Salad with Farro, Cranberries and Chicken

I've been on a bit of a farro kick, lately. This hearty grain screams "winter" to me, especially when mixed with dark greens like kale. Even though I


Hearty Chorizo and Chard Soup with Farro and White Beans

I have lots of swiss chard growing in my garden planter boxes. A recent recipe in Sunset Magazine gave me the inspiration for a great


Stewed Cranberries and Apples

After baking an apple-cranberry pie for thanksgiving, I wanted to adapt those flavors to use for an oatmeal topping. I love topping oatmeal with cranberry sauce, but


Rich Cinnamon Raisin Bread Pudding

Recently, I had a lot of cinnamon raisin bread in the house that was going stale. The easiest solution to  dealing with all of those bread ends?


My Cookie Tin: Brownie and Chocolate Chip Cookie Combo Bars

Box brownies will never hold a candle to homemade brownies when it comes to quality and taste. I had a box of brownies that I wanted to


Whole Wheat Spaetzle with Pancetta and Butternut Squash

We're deep into winter squash season, yet they've never been one of my favorite vegetables to cook. I decided the problem was I just wasn't preparing dishes


A Sophisticated Fall Dinner Is Easier Than it Looks

I recently completed a series of fall food stories for Made Man. The goal of the series was to demonstrate that guys could make sophisticated


Chocolate Bread

I recently did an inventory of the different flours in my pantry. I have eight different types - some fresh, some not so much. Before the holiday


Pumpkin and Mushroom Lasagna

My wife's parents cooked extensively from the original Moosewood Cookbook, which introduced many Americans to vegetarian cooking when it was published in the 1970s. When I went

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