Smoke your food inside! The LA Times talks investigates the art of stove stop smoking.
Princess Cupcakes ~ Kayotic Kitchen adds raspberries for some color and guilt alleviation.
The brioche makes this French toast extra... French. Saveur shares a D.C. hotel's restaurant's take on breakfast complete with corn flakes for crunch.
The New York Times goes down to Austin Texas to learn all about their tradition of breakfast tacos.
The canning trend has become a canvolution? With twitter feeds, blogs, and websites this movement is trying to preserve the tradition.
This scrabbled eggs have some unusual guest stars... Stone Soup adds creamed corn, parmesan and ricotta cheese into the mix.
The Staub mini coccotes end up being the star of this post from Culinary Musings. The simple and elegant oeufs en cocotte are but an opportunity to use these fancy mini cast iron pots.
Avocados give this pound cake its surprising green color and surprising sweet avocado flavor. Joy The Baker is tricky like that.
These strawberry, mascarpone & chocolate cakelets are filled with so many different textures and flavors. Passionate About Baking does a great job capturing them.
It's a slider; It's crab; It's falafel. Its delicious looking crab and falafel slider Serious Eats.
Mac and Cheese all the way from Ahwahnee in Yosemite National Park. The LA Times shows how to boil then bake up this national comfort food.
The Kitchn details how to make a cheesecake to amaze your friends. It involves Martha Stewart's New York cheesecake recipe... and apparently a ninja.
Pupusas ~ Saveur goes to El Salvador for inspiration with these great little stuffed masa cakes.
Chicken Cobbler... It sounds weird to say, but the New York Times tries replacing the pie crust of a pot pie with biscuit dough.
Smitten Kitchen puts 2 pounds of wild mushrooms to good use with this amazing looking warm mushroom and hazelnut salad.
Margriet Foolen's slow cooker is beautiful update to the tangine. Soaking the terracota top controls the moisture level inside, and the silicone rings turn it into a serving bowl straight out of the oven!
Caesar salad is responsible for the surge in romaine lettuce production. Now we grow 80,000 acres of the stuff! The Chicago Tribune helps to chew through all that with this salad recipe.
Grilled asparagus with lemon caper vinaigrette! And if that didn't sound delicious enough. Kiss my Spatula pairs this dungeness crabs to round out the meal.
Arros con leche ~ Smitten Kitchen whips up a batch of this creamy rice pudding to stay warm amidst all NYC's snow.
Salt Crusted Chicken ~ Sippity Sup roasts a chicken in a custom made egg white and salt crust. A little homemade mustard and 6 cups of salt lead to a perfectly seasoned chicken.
Mowielicious transforms the already tasty panettone into a spring treat with butter cream, pistachios, and chocolate shavings.
These Coffee Toffee Bars from Tasty Kitchen look amazing! Instant coffee provides the taste, a little bit of caffeine, and half of the rhyming.
Foamcore is a great way to cheaply change a background. Still Life With goes behind the scenes with this tip.
Cook and Eat shares these fabulous little cocottes full of a french take on mac and cheese.
French Onion Soup! The Kitchn breaks down this simple slow cooked classic.
A fun profile on Robert Caplin, a food photographer for the New York Times... Serious Eats shows us the man behind the images.
A twice baked potato topped with salmon roe ~ The New York Times dresses up and then dresses down the twice baked potato.
Award night cookies and a fun Academy Award contest from Bakerella.
Thai Chili Wings! A non Buffalo hot wing alternative beautifully prepared by Sippity Sup.
Portabello mushroom and wilted spinach salad ~ a fresh and healthy meal from Serious Eats.
Joy the Baker succumbs to her admitted housewife tendencies with these well domesticated Parker House rolls.
Freeform Lasagna ~ The LA Times explores this casual lasagna inspired pasta dish.
This yaki soba looks both simple and delicious. The New York Times offers a minimalist version of this flexible Asian classic.
This buttermilk banana bread really does look Kitchen Worthy.
A brief how-to of the proper dishwasher cooking technique. This and other terrible/awesome ideas are available from Lifehacker.
S'mores bars! When lighting a fire to roast marshmallows would be inappropriate, My Adventures in Food provides a safe alternative.
This lemon thyme tapenade, posted by Have Recipes Will Cook, looks amazing.
Homemade taco seasoning. Diner and Dish prepares her own custom spice mixes in advance to save time later.
The Kitchn brings it back to basics with pastry cream.
Anthony Bourdain... Yo Gabba Gabba.... March 10th. You can't stop the awesome... you can only hope to contain it.
I don't know that we need a guide to eat kumquats, but If I'm wrong... Foy Update has one.
Green tea cookies ~ Pig Pig's Corner's dough for these look amazing!
Blackboard Eats offers deep discounts for NY and LA diners.
Brussels sprouts often go under appreciated. Women's Day sets out to fix that with a round up of great recipes for them.
A great winter waldorf salad with buttermilk dressing from Saveur.
Maple season is coming(eventually) and Serious Eats takes a look into the goings on at the Schoolyard Sugarbush.