At the beginning of February, I joined the Food52 Cookbook Club. It’s a cookbook club hosted on Facebook where all the members cook and bake from the same book, share pictures, stories, suggestions and ask questions all month long. At the end of the month, there is an all-day cookbook review for all the members along with […]

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  • Thank you so much for your wonderful words and photos! You’ve really captured the spirit and joy of making ART OF THE PIE.ReplyCancel

Have I told you yet how much my husband Curt and I love eggplant? We try to cook with it at least a couple of times a month – or whenever we see an extra pretty one at the market. Not only is it delicious, but it’s beautiful with its regal plum-colored skin and soft, mint […]

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  • Morgan

    This looks SO good.. and I’m not a fan of eggplant.. buttt I might just try this!ReplyCancel

Now that we are all experts at preparing eggplant, let’s get some recipes out there to help us start loving it. This recipe is from my kitchen, and I think the combination of vegetables and spices make it the perfect fall and winter dish. It’s my own take on ratatouille, but only in the sense that ratatouille […]

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  • Alekh

    This food looks amazing! Who knew eggplant and butternut squash could look (and I imagine taste) so delicious!ReplyCancel

    • Next time it’s your night to cook you have the perfect recipe! Thanks for following along! Xoxo.ReplyCancel

Eggplant just isn’t on our food radar in the states, and I think it’s because we don’t know how to prepare it well. So I’m going to share with you just one tip that completely changed the way I feel about eggplant. And just maybe you’ll start to love it too! I can remember eating […]

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