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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September 27, 2011

tacos

Tender brisket, slow cooked to melt-in-your-mouth perfection -- an autumn staple in our house! From the lower chest area, brisket is one of the 8 Primal Cuts of beef -- a cross between pectorals and...

September 26, 2011

apricot tart

Simple tarts are a perfect way to showcase fresh fruit! A quick pie crust, fresh fruit and spices, bake and enjoy. From summer berries to tomatoes, apples and pears, you can make a spectacular(ly...

September 26, 2011

pumpkin butter on toast

Right after apple butter, pumpkin butter is my all time favorite spread. I swear, you can use it with everything - spread it on toast, stir into oatmeal,  in cookies, for filling pate a choux,...

September 26, 2011

pumpkin risotto

When you think of pumpkin what comes to mind? Jack-o-Lanterns, pumpkin pie and pumpkin spice lattes, right? Well let me tell you, pumpkin is so much more than those sweet treats would lead you to...

September 26, 2011

fresh figs

Figs are one of my favorite discoveries. After living on the Mediterranean for almost a year, both in Israel and Italy, figs managed to worm their way into my diet with little invitation on my part....

September 25, 2011

fall's finest pumpkins

A classic fall icon, pumpkins scream Halloween, baking, Thanksgiving, changing leaves, cooler weather,  crisp apples and hay rides. From ravioli to pumpkin bread, soups and curries, risottos and...

September 25, 2011

potato soup with garlic croutons

  Potatoes might be the most versatile starch, ever. Baked, fried, boiled, steamed, sauteed, powdered, flaked, mashed -- and of course, as a key ingredient in my favorite autumn and winter soups...

September 25, 2011

german chocolate cake

If you thought cakes baked in a jar were cool, these can-baked gluten free layer cakes will blow your mind. While these are not authentic German Chocolate cakes, all of the key ingredients are there...

September 24, 2011

oatmeal + latte, breakfast of champions

Rich, creamy pumpkin pie and heart healthy oatmeal make for a perfect, gluten free breakfast. Now, before we get into the debate over whether or not oats are safe for Celiacs, here's how I look...

September 24, 2011

pumpkins

While pumpkin bars are exciting (especially gluten free ones!), they're not all that sophisticated. Compared to other autumn desserts like souffles or poached pears, pumpkin bars are kind of......

September 24, 2011

champagne poached pears with vanilla and cardamom anyone?

It's that time of year again -- the leaves are turning, pumpkins are starting to crop up all over the place, the air as a certain crispness at times -- that's right folks, it's autumn....

September 24, 2011

clams

Clam chowder (chow-dah, for those who are wondering) is a classic comfort food. Originating in the Northeast, this simple, hearty soup is perfect for a cozy meal at home in front of the fire.  ...

September 23, 2011

goulash

15 years ago, Stephen King did something quite unusual forh the publishing world: he released two books simoultaneously. The first, Desperation, was released under his name, and the second, The...

September 23, 2011

Starbucks

For anyone who has ever wondered: What is gluten free at Starbucks? This article is for you.  Surprisingly, I get this question a lot -- both because I'm gluten free, but also because...

September 23, 2011

caramel corn popcorn

From salt-and-buttered movie going fare to sugar-coated kettle corn and crunchy Cracker Jack, popcorn is a surprisingly versatile food. Low in calories and fat (without all that added butter) but...

September 23, 2011

grilled fish

While mackerel is most commonly salt-cured for use in sushi (or, evidently, used as currency in US Federal Prisons after cigarettes were banned), it can make an incredible meal! Grilled, baked...

September 22, 2011

lunch box

Whether you're a magnet fan or prefer the dry erase route, weekly lunch planners are super helpful for you and the kids. For the magnet planner, you and your kids agree to a set of weekly lunch...

September 22, 2011

animal snacks - octodip and bananapus

Family Fun Magazine & Curtis Rist's Super Cute Banana-pus and Delightful Bell Pepper Octopus Dip All of these snacks are both super healthy and a great way for you and your kids to get...

September 22, 2011

Cranberries (like at the Warrens, WI CranFest!)

Every week there are dozens and dozens of food festivals around the country (and even more around the world!). From the 70th Annual Walnut Festival (Walnut Creek, CA) to the 22nd Annual World Chicken...

September 21, 2011

tomato soup

Tomato soup easily ranks on the list of Ultimate Comfort Foods. Even now, memories from my childhood of eating tomato soup out of an oversized Campbell's coffee mug with a crispy-on-the-outside,...

September 21, 2011

Salted Caramel Covered Apples

Salted Caramel can easily be named as "hot trend" in the foodie world. From Starbucks Salted Caramel Mocha/Hot Chocolate/Frappuccino to Fran's Salted Caramels, salted caramel doughnuts...

September 21, 2011

Microplane Herb Mill

For everyone (else) who hates mincing and chopping herbs, the microplane herb mill is your perfect kitchen gadget. A super sharp set of blades uniformly minces your herbs to perfection! Protected by...

September 21, 2011

DIY Etched Glassware Tutorial from Make It and Love It

What could be better than personalized glassware? From Pyrex baking dishes to serving bowls, this super easy project might just be the perfect housewarming, wedding, hostess or Christmas gift!...

September 20, 2011

tom collins

The Tom Collins is a classic gin-based cocktail. A super simple sipper, there's no wonder why it's a classic! Spruce it up with Marschino cherries, an orange wheel, a dash of lime or fresh...

September 20, 2011

Lucy Knisley's Chai Tea concentrate recipe

It's no secret around these parts, I love chai. I love the spices, the tea, the scent, the warm and cozy feelings evoked by all of the above -- what I don't like is buying it. Sure I'll...

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