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Hasselback Potato Gratin

I made this over the weekend and it was great! The only thing is it was a touch underdone. Not sure what happened there but the flavours were great. Will adjust baking time to 40 minutes covered next time. Looked beautiful and people loved it anyway!

14 Things To Make with Oreos

I love oreos and pie and ice cream, so I combined all three into one delicious dessert. This one is gluten-free but you can make this with regular Oreos too:

18 Winter Salads That Don't Suck

I had the most amazing Tuscan kale, currants and parmesan cheese salad with a honey lemon vinegarette at a local Italian place, and then recreated it at home. It's so satisfying.

Mushroom Toasts

Thanks Christian!

Cook the Book: Molto Batali

My hubby and his foodie friends - they are tons of fun, love to drink and laugh, and really appreciate my home cooking. We always have a good time and even though it's more work for me, more often than not, I would rather cook for a crowd than go out.

Bake the Book: 'Flour,' by Joanne Chang

Level your measuring cups and be fearless - no wimping out because you're afraid it won't turn out. And bake with love. And sometimes it's the recipe, really.

Tiki Week: Shrimp Toast

my mom makes a really simple version of this and it was always a treat when we were growing up... will do a gluten free post on this soon! thanks for this :)

The Food Lab's Complete Guide To Buying, Storing, and Cooking a Leg of Lamb

Thx for sharing this. I don't eat beef or pork because of food sensitivities and am always on the lookout for info / ideas on cooking lamb! Great article! gorgeously gluten free living

Cook the Book: 'Serve Yourself'

An open faced tuna melt sandwich with lots of green onions (the resulting breath I get is what makes this a meal for one)

Cook the Book: 'Plenty'

Binkley's Restaurant in Cave Creek, Arizona - fried polenta cubes (made with cream) with truffled wild mushroom sauce and shaved black truffle. no meat in the universe could have made this dish more spectacular. i dream of it often...

Elote (Mexican Corn Dip)

Elote is a Mexican dish of corn slathered in mayo, and seasoned with lime, chili, and cheese. Try this dip version and serve with crispy corn tortillas chips for scooping. Super fast and tasty - great for entertaining. Gluten-free.

Thai Shrimp Skewers

3 ingredients + 10 minutes + sticks = amazing shrimp skewers. Perfect for dinners for one or entertaining a large crowd. Suprisingly packed full of flavor, everyone should know about this one. Bonus: healthy and gluten free.

Asian Glazed Chicken Thighs

The flavours are sweet, salty, and distinctly Asian flavoured and the mahogany glaze is lip-smackingly good. The marinade is super easy and so tasty that you'll be able to whip this up on a weeknight or make ahead for your next big summer bash.

S'Mores Brownies

Easy to make, these bars are the ultimate crowd pleaser! The perfect snack to make your friends happy, these bars can be made using brownie mix and the more elegant alternative to it's campfire cousin the original s'more.

Sweet Chili Fried Tofu

A main course with 5 ingredients ready in 10 minutes. Jarred minced ginger and garlic is a huge time saver, and fried tofu comes bagged and well, pre-fried, so you just need to reheat and brown in the wok. Gluten Free!

Sweet Potato Wedges

This is possibly the easiest side dish to whip up - a total of only five ingredients and ready to bake in five minutes. Serve as a side to roast chicken or as an appetizer with marinara or ranch sauce. Healthy and delicious and satisfying!

The Food Lab: Hasselback Potato Gratin (These Might be the Best Potatoes Ever)

I woke up in the middle of the night the other day with an idea: what if I were to combine the concept of a Hasselback potato—that array of crisp ridges at the top—with a creamy potato gratin, the king of all casseroles? I went into the kitchen and got to work on the first batch of what would end up being my favorite potato recipe in years. More