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Smitten Kitchen's Harvest Roast Chicken with Grapes, Olives, and Rosemary

Kate Williams 1 comment

Oven-roasted chicken pieces make for a speedy and soul-satisfying cool-weather dinner. Deb Perelman's method in The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook is easy enough to throw together for a weeknight meal. The chicken tastes even better alongside the chicken-fat slicked olives and roasted grapes. More

Smitten Kitchen's Harvest Roast Chicken with Grapes, Olives, and Rosemary

Serious Eats Kate Williams 4 comments

Oven-roasted chicken pieces make for a speedy and soul-satisfying cool-weather dinner. Deb Perelman's method in The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook is easy enough to throw together for a weeknight meal. The chicken tastes even better alongside the chicken-fat slicked olives and roasted grapes. More

Smitten Kitchen's Fingerlings Vinaigrette with Sieved Eggs and Pickled Celery

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While potato salad is often thought of as a summertime picnic side dish, fall is the perfect time to dip into a comforting bowl of potatoes. The Fingerlings Vinaigrette in Deb Perelman's The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook, for example, would make an ideal side dish for any fall dinner. The eggs add richness and a fun fluffy texture, the vinaigrette is boldly mustard-foward, and the pickled celery slices contribute crunch and tang to the creamy and subtly earthy potatoes. More

Smitten Kitchen's Fingerlings Vinaigrette with Sieved Eggs and Pickled Celery

Serious Eats Kate Williams 1 comment

While potato salad is often thought of as a summertime picnic side dish, fall is the perfect time to dip into a comforting bowl of potatoes. The Fingerlings Vinaigrette in Deb Perelman's The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook, for example, would make an ideal side dish for any fall dinner. The eggs add richness and a fun fluffy texture, the vinaigrette is boldly mustard-foward, and the pickled celery slices contribute crunch and tang to the creamy and subtly earthy potatoes. More

Smitten Kitchen's Honey and Harissa Farro Salad

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It's hard to get through fall without encountering more than a few roasted vegetable salads. They're earthy, filling, and entirely seasonal. In The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook, Deb Perelman writes about a few such salads, but the one that drew my eye was her Honey and Harissa Farro Salad. I'm a big harissa fan, and the idea of tempering its spiciness with honey sounded like a perfect dressing base. But what the title of the recipes leaves out is that over half of this salad is made up of roasted batons of carrots and parsnips-two of my favorite fall staples. And if you're lucky enough to live in a place with choices in your carrots, go for a rainbow of colors for a vibrant fall meal. More

Smitten Kitchen's Honey and Harissa Farro Salad

Serious Eats Kate Williams 3 comments

It's hard to get through fall without encountering more than a few roasted vegetable salads. They're earthy, filling, and entirely seasonal. In The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook, Deb Perelman writes about a few such salads, but the one that drew my eye was her Honey and Harissa Farro Salad. I'm a big harissa fan, and the idea of tempering its spiciness with honey sounded like a perfect dressing base. But what the title of the recipes leaves out is that over half of this salad is made up of roasted batons of carrots and parsnips-two of my favorite fall staples. And if you're lucky enough to live in a place with choices in your carrots, go for a rainbow of colors for a vibrant fall meal. More

Smitten Kitchen's Mushroom Bourguignon

Kate Williams 9 comments

Those who have followed Deb Perelman's blog Smitten Kitchen for any length of time have learned that she works wonders with vegetables (and also butter). Her past life as a food-loving vegetarian shows in each of her recipes. Her Mushroom Bourguignon is a perfect example. Meaty portobellos (or creminis) and pearl onions are browned a la chuck roast, then added to a rich tomato and wine gravy. More

'Smitten Kitchen's Mushroom Bourguignon

Serious Eats Kate Williams 5 comments

Those who have followed Deb Perelman's blog Smitten Kitchen for any length of time have learned that she works wonders with vegetables (and also butter). Her past life as a food-loving vegetarian shows in each of her recipes. Her Mushroom Bourguignon is a perfect example. Meaty portobellos (or creminis) and pearl onions are browned a la chuck roast, then added to a rich tomato and wine gravy. More

Smitten Kitchen's Big Cluster Maple Granola

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"Nothing glues like protein." Indeed, this granola was the most well-clustered I've ever produced in my kitchen. The toasted wheat germ adds a boost of nuttiness (and nutrition) while also helping the oats bind together. More

Cook the Book: 'The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook'

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Deb Perelman needs little introduction. Author of the venerable cooking blog, Smitten Kitchen, she has been cooking (and tweaking) recipes, photographing her results, and sharing them with the world for over six years. Perelman is undoubtedly one of the most popular and prolific food bloggers around, so it's about time she published a cookbook! Enter to win your copy here! More

'Smitten Kitchen's Big Cluster Maple Granola

Serious Eats Kate Williams 5 comments

"Nothing glues like protein." Indeed, this granola was the most well-clustered I've ever produced in my kitchen. The toasted wheat germ adds a boost of nuttiness (and nutrition) while also helping the oats bind together. More

Video: Food Bloggers Share Chicken Recipes on Good Bite

Robyn Lee 4 comments

Good Bite is a new website that brings together recipes, cooking advice, and tutorial videos from some of the web's most popular (and Serious Eats' favorite) cooking-focused food bloggers. The first roundtable video features chicken recipe ideas from Deb Perelman of Smitten Kitchen, Elise Bauer of Simply Recipes, and Jaden Hair of Steamy Kitchen. The general consensus: white mean is bland. But that doesn't mean they don't like chicken at all; Deb likes to brine her cutlets, Elise focuses on thighs, and Jaden recommends cooking chicken wings with hoisin sauce. Watch the video after the jump.... More

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