Sweet Strawberry & Rhubarb Pie

In my opinion, baking for someone is just about one of the purest expressions of love out there. It requires that you give time, patience and care, all so that your loved ones can enjoy a special treat. And while creme brûlée is elegant, and towering cakes are grand and imposing, there’s something down right home-y and comforting about a pie, like a warm hug from a good friend.
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Beef Bone Broth, A Hearty Cup of Health

The bone broth trend has really taken off lately. There’s a storefront in New York that deals exclusively in the stuff, and the Lakers have even started a bone broth regimen. But the fad actually has ancient roots. There’s evidence of bone broth cooking in the Stone Age, and the hearty elixir has long been a part of Asian culinary tradition.
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Orange Macaron with Dark Chocolate Ganache

How can something so small be so intimidating? The macaron, light and airy, adorably round and dyed a pretty pastel shade, is hardly frightening on the surface. But face-to-face with it, it scared the pants off me. These little pastries look like perfect little packages, sometimes too perfect to be made at home.

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Baby Thanksgiving: Corn Purée, Cranberry & Turkey

Thanksgiving always starts with grand ambitions: turkeys brined to perfection, elegant centerpieces, silky pumpkin pies. But somewhere between the turkey that refuses to brown evenly and the chaos of kids off their normal meal schedule, you throw your hands up in the air and just hope you’ll at least be able to put the bird on the table and take a shower before your guests arrive.

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