Chicken Wonton Soup

I don’t know why it took me so long to make this as it combines the only two things I ever want when I’m sick: chicken noodle and wonton soup. The thing is, when you’re sick, you absolutely do not want to cook anything. (Also sometimes when we’re well, to be completely honest. Shh, don’t tell anyone.) And so for a couple nights, we picked up a decent chicken noodle soup in the neighborhood, but when we tired of that, ordered wonton soup instead. It’s usually a disappointment.

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By deb, smittenkitchen

Make a Quick Mulled Wine in the Microwave

The words “mulled wine” most likely conjure up images of big pots, slowly simmering with vino and spices. That’s all good, but the holidays can be hectic, and you may not have time to babysit a bubbling pot. To infuse wine with aromatics without ever turning on your stove, you’ll need to enlist your microwave.

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By Claire Lower

Mashup: Soft Pretzel Chocolate Chip Pull Apart Bread

The weather is cooling off in some parts of the country, and you know what that means… Comfort food season! Pull apart bread is comfort food at its finest. After some work or play outside, there is nothing like ripping off a warm piece to devour. And it’s totally acceptable because it’s pull apart bread, after all.

Today I have a twist on the traditional pull apart bread. It’s a food mashup of sorts. We are talking Soft Pretzel Chocolate Chip Pull Apart Bread… Oh, yeah.

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By Kristi Murphy, KitchenAidUSA

2016 Fall Favorites | Gimme Some Oven

I hope this finds you well, and someplace nice and cozy and warm as we head into this October weekend ahead. I’ve been feeling a little under the weather this week, and haven’t felt much like cooking. So for something different today, I thought I would try something different and share with you a rambling post about some of my Fall favorites this year.

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‘Taste of Persia’: Naomi Duguid explores rich culinary legacy of Iran and neighbours

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At its height, the First Persian Empire (550-330 BC) was the largest known to the ancient world. Also known as the Achaemenid Empire, modern-day Iran was at its heart. It grew to encompass Egypt and the eastern Mediterranean in the west, and northern India and Central Asia in the east.

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