This is a recipe that I first found when editing the column “Sneak it In” at Cookie magazine. (Yes, the column preceded Jessica Seinfeld’s book, thank you.) It’s a straightforward sloppy joe that hides chopped shredded zucchini. I usually melt cheese before giving to the kids and put a dollop of sour cream on top […]
OK, can you believe? Family Kitchen reader Lia submitted this entry for the Birthday cake contest and I have to say I’m in love. Mostly because it’s just so brilliantly simple. Lia made it for her daughter’s fourth birthday (which, speaking from experience, does seem to be peak age for girls’ Rainbow Phases) and basically […]
I came across one of those plastic-packaged apple snacks — the ones with the fresh slices (How do they keep them from turning brown? I really want to know…) and a little pot of caramel dip, which I noticed on the ingredient list was basically corn syrup with eighteen other additives.
You did save the hock from your Easter ham didn’t you? I’m sure you’ve already thought to pick away what remains of the meat for ham-and-eggs and ham sandwiches. But a better idea is to use it for this pea soup. I found it on epicurious and it stood out because the instructions and the […]