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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April 22, 2011

5 Gluten Free Recipes For Your Weekend

Moroccan-Inspired Stuffed Bell Peppers - yum! Here are a few great gluten free recipes from around the blogosphere to kick start your weekend! Crustless Asparagus and Rosemary Mini-Quiches,...

April 20, 2011

Cast of Jersey Shore Must Promote Italian Food & Culture

Just when you thought Jersey Shore couldn't get any better - MTV announced fourth season will be filmed on location in Florence, Italy. Whle several articles on the general lack of excitement of the...

April 20, 2011

Celebrate Earth Day with Free Starbucks Coffee!

That's right folks, on Friday April 22nd, a Starbucks near you (and you, and you, and you) will be offering free brewed coffee (hot or iced) and tea (hot or iced) if you bring your own traveler/mug/...

April 19, 2011

Organic Egg Farm Violates Federal Standards

Milwaukee-based Organic Valley, a farmer-owned cooperative and the largest name-brand supplier of organic eggs in the United States, may be misleading consumers. The Petaluma Egg Farm in Petaluma,...

April 19, 2011

Kitchen Raid Reveals Natural Easter Egg Dyes

Why use artificial dyes when everything you need to make beautiful Easter eggs is already in your pantry? I don't know about you, but one of my favorite childhood memories is dyeing Easter eggs...

April 19, 2011

'Peep' Show & Tell: Homemade Easter Treats

For some, it just isn't springtime without Peeps - but for the rest of us who may or may not find the cute little fluffy chicks to induce too much of a sugar high, why not try to create a...

April 18, 2011

Spice Recall: Turmeric Laced with Lead

Archer Farms has chosen to voluntarily recall their Ground Turmeric due to excessive amounts of lead. The specific lots, sold in 2.6 oz glass jars at Target stores nationwide between June 2009 and...

April 18, 2011

A Week in Food Festivals

If you're in the area, be sure to check out these food festivals and events happening this week! Taste of Key West, April 18th in Key West, FL Oil China (Olive and other edible oils) April 18th-...

April 18, 2011

Tax Day Deals

Ready to celebrate the end of tax season? So are we! Check out this list of super thrifty tax day deals... Cinnabon will send you on your way with two free cinnabon bites, today only from 6-8 PM...

April 17, 2011

McDonald's Declares National Hiring Day

McDonalds has announced that April 19th will now be known as National Hiring Day and 14,000 McDonalds nationwide will be hiring on Tuesday. The goal? Hire up to 50,000 new employees - roughly 6 new...

April 16, 2011

DIY Butter is Better

For those of you who keep up with foodie blogs (outside of us, of course!), you'll have noticed a trend towards making everything from scratch - from canning and preserving foods at home to homemade...

April 16, 2011

The Perfect Hardboiled Egg

Easter, one of the biggest driving forces behind egg sales, is coming up fast and what says "Easter" better than hard boiled and beautifully dyed eggs? So the egg hunt is over, you bring all of the...

April 16, 2011

Spring is Sweeter at the Vermont Maple Festival!

This weekend, St. Albans, VT is hosting the 45th annual Vermont Maple Festival! Absolutely a community affair, the festival includes a wide variety of super sweet events: a craft and specialty food...

April 15, 2011

Red Velvet Gets Weird

That's right, onion rings. Red Velvet is officially going the way of bacon when it comes to strange applications. Over at The Food in my Beard, they have combined two of my favorite foods ever into...

April 15, 2011

Zergut: When Foods Attack

Still capture from the film. ...each other, anyway. In Zergut, a short animated film by Natasha Subramaniam and Alisa Lapidus, "a battle ensues as moldy, decaying foods forgotten in the depths of...

April 14, 2011

Dining Out For Passover

If you have no long standing family seder tradition, don't feel like enjoying a meal with your nearest and dearest 100+ guests at your shul, community center or Hillel or really just want...

April 14, 2011

Thirsty Thursday: Gin Now Kosher for Passover!

Check out the new designation! Who wants a martini? Thanks to Distillery No. 209 in San Francisco, at least one brand of gin is now kosher for Passover (and all year round). Because anything made...

April 14, 2011

The Income Tax Cocktail

With April 15th only a few hours away (I hope your taxes are done...) it's time to think about blowing off steam. Tax Season can be an incredibly stressful time of year, and not just for us...

April 13, 2011

Want Your Coffee Fresh? Try a CSA

CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) has been a growing trend in recent years, gaining support and interest as the locavore movement has exploded. Better than a farmer's market, participating in a...

April 13, 2011

This is nifty new packaging for Smirnoff's Caipiroska beverages are both attractive and fun! Designed by JWT Brasil for Smirnoff, the solid outer wrapper must be peeled off before you can open...

April 12, 2011

Reinventing Red Velvet

i am baker's nifty Red Velvet Strawberry Shortcake It seems like one of the under-exposed trends in the foodie world this year is red velvet pastries. From your garden variety food blogger to a...

April 12, 2011

Ben & Jerry's Presents: Free Cone Day!

Today from noon-8 PM at Ben and Jerry's shops nationwide, you can receive a free ice cream cone for a customer appreciation day of sorts. With four flavors making their scoop shop debut (Jimmy...

April 11, 2011

Steamed Artichokes with Aioli Serves 4 4 Large, compact artichokes (preferably Globe) Juice from 1 Lemon Salt Bring a large saucepan of salted water to a boil. One artichoke at a time, remove...

April 11, 2011

The Charoset Debate: East versus West

Charoset, a quintessential part of the Passover Seder representing the mortar used to build the Egyptian storehouses, is a sweet chutney-like combination of apples, nuts and kosher wine. A subject...

April 10, 2011

What's in a Seder?

Passover (April 18th-25th) is the annual Jewish holiday celebrating the escape from Egypt, described in the Book of Exodus. The holiday technically lasts for 7 nights, but the major celebration...

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