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 12, 2011

Sachiko Windbiel's Sweet Sprout Fondant Cupcake Toppers

I know, you've never seen a cuter cupcake either! Cute little fondant leaves and stems and tiny little terra cotta style pots turn ordinary cupcakes into little seedlings. Even if you can't...

September 12, 2011

The Cutting Scale Design by jim termeer + jess giffin

Have you ever chopped up an entire onion/potato/carrot/pepper thinking that you had just enough for your recipe, only to discover that you way over measured and now have a few extra ounces or grams...

September 12, 2011

heart baked into a cupcake

Tell me that is not the cutest (gluten free!) cupcake you have ever seen?! You may be thinking "Why is she writing about a Valentine's Day treat in September?" Well, while this is...

September 11, 2011

coconut cookies with chocolate chips

Can you say YUM? With high fiber, high protein coconut flour, all natural almond butter (try making your own!) and dark chocolate, these cookies are a must-bake -- and I mean, now, in the middle of...

September 11, 2011

apples

It's easy to see that it's apple season around here! As a native Washingtonian, we haven't quite hit fresh apple season, but we know it's just around the corner. Here are 5 fantastic...

September 11, 2011

blackberries

Blackberries are a symbol of the late summer harvest. Often thought of as a weed and a noxious invader, blackberry vines can be quite the menace - but come August and September, those thoughts turn...

September 10, 2011

hazelnuts

While peanut butter is by far the most popular of the nut butters (even though peanuts are technically a legume...), but there are so many other choices! Almonds, pecans, walnuts, hazelnuts,...

September 10, 2011

chalkboard kitchen cabinets

Chalkboard paint is easily identified as one of the most popular design trends these days. Almost any flat surface can be coated in chalkboard paint - the perfect blank canvas for messages, artwork,...

September 10, 2011

chili

Beer, chocolate, pumpkin -- all favorite autumn flavors and now, all ingredients in our favorite chili recipes. I know what you're thinking - beer in chili? Natural. Pumpkin? Okay, well I'll...

September 10, 2011

Jalapeño peppers

A quick and easy treat, jalapeño poppers are a delicious appetizer for any crowd! This classic starter combines spicy and salty, crunchy and gooey for an unbeatable snack. Whether you have guests...

September 9, 2011

farm fresh eggs

Egg in a Basket is a classic breakfast idea - cut a hole in a piece of thick toast, place in skillet, break egg into hole and cook until toast is toasted and egg is cooked to desired done-ness. What...

September 9, 2011

blackened salmon with fruit salsa

High in Omega3 fatty acids and lean protein, salmon is a wonder food! Easy to prepare, incredibly versatile and available nationwide, this popular fish is great for a simple meal at home or...

September 9, 2011

Chocolate Framboise Layer Cake

Happy Friday! Looking for fun recipes to try over the weekend? Well here are my top 3 picks of this week, that will be sure to have your family begging for more! Chocolate Framboise Layer Cake...

September 8, 2011

stamped shortbread sugar cookies

Need to decorate cookies in a flash? Stamp 'em!  The process is super quick (not to mention easy!) and will have your cookies looking gorgeous in no time. While you can buy Cookie Stamp Sets...

September 8, 2011

candied candy apples

Apples are a perfect autumn treat! In the 19th and 20th centuries, a polished apple was considered a traditional gift given to teachers, possibly as edible compensation to poorly paid educators....

September 8, 2011

wine bottles

You know how it is - it seems like a good idea (or at least it didn't seem bad...) at the time... Well a recent study out of the University of Missouri seems to have cracked the code on drunken...

September 7, 2011

cookie chess set

If you like to play with your food, this one's for you! Craft individual mini cookies into chess pieces and, using chocolate and vanilla cookie dough, set up a whole boardgame for you and the...

September 7, 2011

fall pumpkins autumn

What says fall better than pumpkin, clove and cinnamon? Here are 5 deliciously gluten free & vegan - recipes so delicious, you would never guess they weren't hand baked at your local bakery!...

September 7, 2011

pomegranate

In my earlier post, I shared a super simple recipe for pomegranate molasses - a thick sweet-tart syrup that is the perfect compliment to meat dishes, roasted vegetables and fresh fruits. Here are 5...

September 6, 2011

Animal Sandwich Cut Outs! <3

What better way to get your kids to eat their lunch? Make it cute! And fun! A little easier than traditional bento and involving only your average sandwich ingredients. Using cookie or sandwich...

September 6, 2011

scrabble letter tiles

One of the cutest cookie recipes I've seen in a while! Super cute (and now - gluten free!) shortbread cookies that are frosted to look like Scrabble letter tiles. Think of the possibilities: send...

September 6, 2011

butcher and chef's knife necklace

Show off your kitchen style! What could be a better accessory than your favorite kitchen knife? With these mini kitchen weapons from hanging from Fashionstake your neck, you'll always...

September 6, 2011

broccoli salad

An all-time American favorite, broccoli salad can take so many different forms! Naturally gluten free and packed with veggies, broccoli salad usually has a few basic components: broccoli (duh), dried...

September 5, 2011

chocolate pudding cups

There's nothing better than chocolate, right? Wrong. Try: Water balloons. In the kitchen. With chocolate. And pudding. Yep. First of all, we have epic choolate peanut butter pudding recipe...

September 5, 2011

heirloom tomatoes variety

A sign of summer, heirloom tomatoes are easily on my list of favorite foods. Now, I'm more than a little particular when it comes to tomatoes -- commercial fruit need not apply! Cherry, plum and...

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