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This week’s Kitchen Confidential comes from Adrian, a cook at our 543 cafeteria who hails from Harlem, New York. Adrian grew up with a diverse group of friends and neighbors who all taught him a little something about food. This week he’s making a tempura battered zucchini flower, stuffed with crab and laid over a bed of mixed greens with orange and fennel, all dressed in red wine vinaigrette. Read more »

JennyLane -Mar 11, 2012, 1:09PM
Wheeeee! Keep the recipes comin', please! Yummers.
allison -Mar 11, 2012, 10:58AM
thank you for posting step by step photos and serving suggestions

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Post image for Fresh Vegetable, Sage, and Ricotta Flatbread

I’m something of a pizza fanatic. Blame it on my Italian blood. Pizza is a simple idea, with many variations. I love pizza with adventurous combo’s and gourmet touches. A while back on one of my pizza tastings, I tore a bite out of a slice that had been delicately herbed with sage.  Miraculous! I instantly stored the idea in the back of my brain to pull out in the kitchen later on. Read more »

Jocelyn -Mar 25, 2012, 9:08PM
I tried this recipe and absolutely love it!!! Will be experimenting with other ingredients for sure. & it is surprisingly extramely filling; just one is moooore than enough!
alexis -Mar 05, 2012, 2:35PM
delicious!! i will def try this! i am addicted to making flatbread pizzas out of garlic naan....my favourite right now is topped with goat cheese, arugula, and honey-garlic grilled eggplant.

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Spaghetti & meatballs, peanut butter & jelly … kale & eggs? Believe it. Read more »

Heather -Feb 26, 2012, 1:27PM
Thanks for this! Kale is my favoritey favorite vegetable, especially with eggs! This will definitely be on the menu this week.
Montana Hunting & Fishing Adventures -Feb 26, 2012, 11:52AM
Going to have to give this a try

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Post image for Have Now: 5 Healthy Things for the Pantry

Maca Powder – this powdered superfood has amazing flavor. I’ve raved about it in recipes on the blog before, and now I find myself adding it into everything. While boosting energy and packing in vitamins, maca powder has a nutty flavor that makes a great addition to shakes, cereals, muffins, creamy pasta sauces, and more. Read more »

Chelsea -Feb 23, 2012, 9:47AM
PB2 is an awesome choice, I like the chocolate bt the originals good too. I got it from Amazon.com and it's sorta expensive...any betr places to get it?
megan -Feb 22, 2012, 1:51PM
Trader Joes has organic coconut oil at a great price...I have been using it in food, tea, and on my skin. Love the scent and flavor!

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Post image for Kitchen Confidential: Charred Fennel and Carrot Salad

In this episode of Kitchen Confidential we caught up with Chef Jamie as he prepared a charred fennel and roast carrot salad with lemony herbed agave dressing for our prepared salad station. Read more »

KK -Feb 20, 2012, 6:09AM
I absolutely love radishes. This looks like a very interesting salad, but suuper delicious!! http://www.skyandkai.blogspot.com/
aria -Feb 19, 2012, 4:36PM
yuuuum! hey when does that amazing march catalog come out??cant wait to see what you did in vietnam!!! :)

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Post image for Chocolate Covered Raspberry Cupcakes

Sinful. Gluttonous. Mouthwateringly delicious….

I don’t know exactly how I should sum up these works of cupcake art, but just know they’re one of the best things you’ll ever eat. Read more »

Sophia -Sep 20, 2012, 2:11AM
How do you get the white chocolate to melt at the right consistency?
Kristina -Feb 14, 2012, 11:52AM
Erin, this makes about 18 cupcakes but you will definitely have extra frosting. Katherine, if kept in an airtight container the frosting will last about a week when refrigerated. You can also freeze it for use later if you find you have extra!

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Post image for Gourmet Black Bean Quesadillas

My favorite grocery store is Wholefoods. I love just walking through their prepared foods and gazing at all of the deliciousness. One day I saw these black bean quesadillas there that sparked my imagination. Read more »

Melissa -Mar 02, 2012, 3:40PM
Absolutely delicious! One of the best recipes I have tried in a long time. Makes a great dip as well!
Alissa -Feb 22, 2012, 9:00AM
These look awesome! I started replacing sour cream and cheese with Trader Joe's Cilantro Jalepeno Hummus, and it is TO DIE FOR! Just as creamy as dairy, but much more flavorful!

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Post image for Kale Chips with Allison Narofsky (Round 3)

The last edition (see the first here and here) of my healthy snack recipes for the New Year with Allison of Allison Eats! This one is a personal favorite of mine. My friends and I cook dinner together a lot. Read more »

andrea lynne rose -Jan 30, 2012, 10:24AM
this all looks so yummy and healthy!
Dawkins Crawford -Jan 29, 2012, 6:41PM
You can also dehydrate them at 115 for 6-8 hours, mmm!

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Post image for Buffalo Chicken Lettuce Wraps with Allison Narofsky (Round 2)

Last week, Allison and I showed you all how to make homemade babaganoush and pita chips. For our second round in healthy snacks for the New Year, we put together Buffalo Chicken Lettuce Wraps. These are a great healthy option, so long as you use a hot sauce that is not butter based (we used Frank’s Red Hot). For those of you who are vegetarian like me, you can easily make this with tofu as well. =) Read more »

Health Tips -Jan 23, 2012, 8:44AM
Nice Recipe. Thnx http://bit.ly/zZtJeA
claire -Jan 23, 2012, 12:47AM
yum!

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Post image for Babaganoush and Homemade Pita Chips with Allison Narofsky

This past weekend I had a fun little cooking blogger meet up with local blogger Allison of Allison Eats! We’re both big lovers of food, but we also like to eat healthy. To kick off the New Year, we decided to put together three healthy snacks for eating healthy in 2012. Read more »

tiffanie -Jan 23, 2012, 2:57AM
i added artichoke hearts. youm youm for the tum tum
tiffanie -Jan 23, 2012, 2:56AM
made it love it.. guiltless treat

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Post image for Ricotta and Fig Crostini

We had a baby shower here at work this week, and I made these crostini as a contribution to the array of sweet treats we had to celebrate. Normally, when I make them at home, they’re delicious. This time around I made them the night before, and then stuck them in the fridge at work until we surprised the mom to be. Read more »

Christina -Jan 09, 2012, 11:22AM
I love figs and honey. Great way to break up the sweetness with the cheese. Yum! I just made a sweet but savory ravioli. Check it out! http://becauseofmadalene.blogspot.com/ Christina
lovemore -Jan 09, 2012, 12:47AM
ahhhhhhh just had to wipe some drool - my god! xxx

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Post image for Kitchen Confidential: Double Creamed Tart

This time in Kitchen Confidential, we bring you Craig – a master chef working in our 543 cafeteria who came to us from Michelin star restaurant, Spruce, in San Francisco. Craig has some awesome culinary training strapped under his belt, and has traveled far and wide to places including Japan to perfect his craft. Read more »

Christina -Jan 02, 2012, 2:53PM
I love how rustic this looks! Yum. I just made some rustic Italian Pizzelle Cookies! Come check them out! http://becauseofmadalene.blogspot.com/ Christina
Taylor -Jan 02, 2012, 1:23PM
I had this amazing chicken quesadilla and arugula salad at the home office...such good food! I want to try this tart! www.forsurejadore.blogspot.com

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