Kelsey Ganes

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A recent graduate of the University of Washington, Kelsey has been a foodie since she first picked up a cookbook at the ripe old age of 9. When she is not experimenting in the kitchen or tracking down Seattle's coolest new restaurant, she is behind the lens of a Canon dSLR, photographing everything that crosses her path.

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July 23, 2011

peaches

  With in-season peaches flooding farmer's markets and grocery stores across the country, what better way to spend the weekend than turning them into delicious creations? Peach and Goat...

July 22, 2011

shrimp canape

White Fish Piccata I love using Dover Sole for this recipe, served with pasta or garlic mashed potatoes! Gluten free? Simply substitute white rice flour! Dairy free. Swordfish Burgers Hailed as...

July 22, 2011

almond amaretto cupcake

If you're going to indulge, then let's indulge - right? So why just have a cupcake when you can have a better-than-sex chocolate cupcake with bourbon buttercream? Exactly. Devil's Food...

July 22, 2011

gyoza dumplings pot sticker

Happy Friday! Here is around-up of a few of this week's most fabulous gluten free recipes to hit the blogosphere! Happy cooking, everyone - stay cool! Asian Pot Stickers Like you've never...

July 21, 2011

iced tea

When you think of tea and alcohol, what comes to mind? For me, it's the deceptively named Long Island Iced Tea (which contains no tea at all!), but there is so much more the world of boozy tea...

July 21, 2011

ak47 ice cube bullet

  Okay, "cube" is not the right word at all! Here are five fabulously fun ice cube shapes to help you chill out in the summer heat. Magic Bullets Prepare to be iced! Serve up a nice...

July 21, 2011

poached pears

The timeless combination of pears and wine is perfect for any season! Why poach when you can bake? This super simple recipe is a great adaptation for summer, involving less time at the stove. The...

July 20, 2011

quinoa

Oh that picture? Yep, that's quinoa - a super interesting pseudocereal. First of all, it is not a cereal, but rather a seed and it's most similar cousins in the produce world are beets,...

July 20, 2011

wheat

Columbia University's Medical Center has recently announced that a low-adherence to biopsy guidelines affects the rate and accuracy of Celiac disease diagnoses in the United States. Where...

July 20, 2011

wheat

In her yet untitled book,  Bradley Cooper's (The Hangover, The A-Team) ex-wife Jennifer Esposito, 38, details her recent diagnosis with Celiac disease and the dramatic lifestyle...

July 19, 2011

junk food facts

The food world is filled with interesting factoids and awesome bits of trivia, but sometimes the only thing that matters is presentation! Here are 10 cool facts you never knew about junk food and a...

July 19, 2011

sorbet

Simple and refreshing, nothing is better than summer sorbets! Fruity, frozen and fun to make (hint: involve the kids!) sorbet is the must-have treat to stay cool this summer. Lemon Mint Sorbet The...

July 18, 2011

BBQ ribs

While BBQing ribs can be an intensely personal experience, there are so many different sauces, glazes and marinades that it would just be a shame not to try them all! Why use commercially made BBQ...

July 18, 2011

peas and scapes

Living with two food allergies and/or dietary restrictions can be quite the challenge. Between avoiding gluten and dairy/casein, sometimes it feels like there's nothing left to eat -- and...

July 18, 2011

teacups

There's just something intriguing about tea-based recipes: cocktails, marinades and especially desserts! As an Early Grey fanatic, it would be virtually impossible to pass up this recipe --...

July 18, 2011

gumbo

A Southern classic, gumbo hails from 18th century Louisiana. A rich and hearty soup often using meat or shellfish as the base, gumbo is characterized by how it is thickened: using African okra,...

July 17, 2011

cheescake

One of the ultimate comfort foods, nearly every culture has some version of a cheesecake. From cream cheese and neufchatel to mascarpone and chevre, almost any creamy, mild cheese can be used!...

July 17, 2011

baby carrots

Sweet, savory, soft, crunchy - carrots are incredibly versatile! Not a fan? These recipes are guaranteed to turn haters into lovers! Best Ever Carrot Salad With nuts, dried fruit and a honey mustard...

July 17, 2011

disneyland castle

One of America's most iconic couples, Mickey and Minnie Mouse, came to life 56 years ago today at the grand opening of Disneyland. In 1955, the park opened in Anaheim, CA and has seen more than...

July 17, 2011

blueberries

One of my all-time favorite dishes, this recipe combines the best flavors of summer: apricots and blueberries with Dijon mustard. Simple and seasonal (with ingredients available year round!), this...

July 16, 2011

Sangria

A traditional Spanish punch, sangria is a combination of wine (usually red), liquor (often brandy) and fruit that has been soaking in the mixture over night. While this is definitely a prep-ahead...

July 16, 2011

peach cobbler

From peaches to blackberries, there's nothing quite as simple and delicious as a fresh summer fruit cobbler! A classic American dessert including a fruit filling and crispy-crunchy-golden-brown...

July 16, 2011

Peach Cobbler

With fresh peaches at farmer's markets, grocery stores and supermarkets across the country, what better recipe than this traditional treat? A favorite summertime sweet and the best way to use...

July 15, 2011

asparagus tart

While living egg-free (whether by choice or allergy) is quite the challenge, baking feeling like the greatest of them all, there are hundreds of other standard recipes that seemingly require eggs --...

July 15, 2011

fries

Now don't get me wrong, I'm as much of a potato-phile as the next person (okay, probably more than average) but sometimes you just want something fun to french fry! From zucchini to avocado,...

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