Roasted Potatoes with Homemade Za'atar ~ The Middle Eastern blend of thyme, sumac, and sesame seeds spices up this dish from Food 52.
Kale, Spinach and Pear Smoothie ~ Joy the Baker offers up a vivid green breakfast smoothie and some relationship advice.
Wrightfood shares some of his post processing techniques with this picture of cured lamb in Adobe Lightroom.
Apple Spice Cake ~ Have Cake Will Travel adds a vegan whipped cream to top it off.
Sri Lankan Masur Dal ~ Tamarind, coriander, and coconut milk spice up this South Asian comfort food from One Tribe Gourmet.
Strawberry Champagne Cupcakes ~ Love and Olive Oil has a great use for any left over New Year's Eve champagne!
Applesauce Cake ~ Caramel glaze and homemade applesauce take this cake from Food 52 over the top.
Chili Can Be Served With Cheese - A hilarious Wendy's training video... you'll never look at a frosty the same way again.
Mark Bittman makes an interesting argument that teaching more people how to cook leads to a more sustainable future.
2011 Predictions ~ GOOD looks into their crystal ball, consults with a few food trendologists and predicts the coming year in food.
Soufflé ~ Mark Bittman deflates all doubts surrounding the soufflé... no need to be anxious!
Triple-Ginger Cookies ~ The 3/4 of a cup of crystallized ginger makes this dessert from Epicurious a great stomach settler, if you were looking for an excuse....
Dark Chocolate Cookies ~ Have Cake Will Travel uses whole wheat pastry flour to make these chewy cookies extra dark.
Bubbles, bubbles, and more bubbles ~ Good explores both the history and the present of sparkling water.
Sunset rounds up 10 great slow-cooker dinner recipes.
Hoppin’ John ~ A traditional southern black eye pea preparation for New Year's Day from Michael Ruhlman.
Anatomy of a Faux Mousse ~ The New York Times investigates its chocolate mousse recipe from 1966 and gives it a little bit of updating.
The New York Times rounds up the best dishes and restaurants of 2010.
Apricot Roast Chicken ~ So bright and aromatic! Love and Olive Oil's chicken approach is sure to make the whole house smell wonderful.
Apple Cider Caramels ~ Blondie's Cakes whips up a batch of an easy to make delicious looking candy.
Lemon Blueberry Muffins ~ The Cooking Channel shares these beautiful looking muffins from Matt Bites.
Coconut Quinoa + Spinach Salad ~ Sprouted Kitchen makes a beautiful light and healthy salad, brightened by the addition of pomegranate seeds.
Homebaked Cheese Crackers ~ Sorta Chef makes these classic snack made from scratch!
Good wraps up the year in food... from the war on salt to the banning of Four Loko.
Saveur has a visual guide to the wonderful world of Spanish cured meats.
Parmesan Thyme Shortbread ~ Cherry Tea Cakes shares this great savory shortbread to help cut through some of the holiday sweetness.
Prosciutto-Wrapped Truffle Fries ~ Amazing and decadent... Sippity Sup spills the secret to this serious side dish from Bottega.
Year End Quiche ~ Inspired by Julia Child, the New York Times presents this bacon and cheddar quiche for the new year.
the kitchn rounds up its best basic skill tutorials from 2010.
Chocolate Genome Sequenced ~ Scientist have finally turned their attention to chocolate.. io9 deciphers the findings.
Croque Monsieur Macaroni and Cheese ~ A brilliant comfort food combo from Food2.
Almond Cakes ~ Tartelette shares a great gluten free nutty dessert served with kumquats.
Modernist Cuisine shares a modernist holiday feast complete with a candied yam interpretation served with a sage foam.
Spicy Gingerbread Cookies ~ Smitten Kitchen adds cinnamon, ginger, cloves, and ground pepper to spice up this traditional Christmas dessert.
Pavlovas ~ Joy the Baker whips and whips egg whites into a light fluffy holiday treat.
Shortbread Walnut Sandwich Cookies ~ Walnut shortbread in the shape of walnuts from Blondie's Cakes and Things.
Vanilla Almond Sugar Cookies ~ Beautiful holiday snowflakes from Love and Olive Oil.
Spiced Chocolate Torte Wrapped in Chocolate Ribbons ~ Bon Appétit makes a spectacular looking holiday cake.
Caramel-Filled Chocolate Cookies ~ Fake Ginger shares a chocolate cookie with a prize inside.
Sixpoint adds a new spelt based medieval style ale to start their new mad scientist series.
Holiday Doughnuts ~ Lara Ferroni has the perfect treat to leave out for Santa instead of cookies.
Brioche Bread Pudding ~ Wild Yeast shares this decadent dessert.
Microwave Candy Making ~ The New York Times breaks out the microwave to simplify holiday candy making.
Butter Roasted Cauliflower ~ Joy the Baker has a warm roasted side dish for those long Southern California winter nights.
The harrowing tale of Matt Bites vs the Pretzel Hotdog Mall Survey.
Cinnamon Buns ~ 101 Cookbooks takes a break from holiday preparations with these gorgeous cinnamon buns.