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4 July, 2018

Pineapple Teriyaki Burgers with Wasabi Mayo

Pineapple Teriyaki Burgers with Wasabi Mayo
Posted in : advanced, beef, dinner, dressing, family, food, fruit, fun, grill, holidays, intermediate, lunch, mayonnaise, party, sandwiches, savory, scratch, spicy, teriyaki on by : Jeanette Rueb
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Here’s something that’s a little more involved than the usual burger, here on Apartment Eats. The Fiancé and I had a couple of friends over, and we decided we wanted some Asian-inspired grill food, so we put our heads together, got a bit creative, and this was the end result. The burgers turned out to
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27 December, 2017

Wine Cakes

Wine Cakes
Posted in : alcohol, bread, cake, Christmas, cookies, dessert, holidays, honey, wine on by : Jeanette Rueb
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Back in the Christmas post, I made a brief mention of wine cakes, and I showed the recipe in my little slideshow. Well, if you looked at the recipe, you might have noticed that it was a little… well, cryptic. After a few calls to my mom and a little bit of trial and error,
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20 December, 2017

A Yuletide Solstice Celebration

A Yuletide Solstice Celebration
Posted in : bread, Christmas, cookies, dessert, dinner, food, History, holidays, Pagan, salmon on by : Jeanette Rueb
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We’ve covered Diwali, Hanukkah, and Christmas in our holiday food and story features. Now, it’s time to go way back to a celebration that may seem familiar in some ways, though it is often forgotten as a niche practice in the shadow of the flashier, more popular holidays. I’m talking about the Pagan celebration of the Winter Solstice
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13 December, 2017

A Christmas Anthology

A Christmas Anthology
Comments : 1 Posted in : baking, bread, cake, Christmas, cookies, cranberry, dessert, food, food history, holidays, lasagna, sauerkraut, story on by : Jeanette Rueb
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“Christmas” means something slightly different to everyone. For some, it’s a time of community traditions and religious celebration. For others, it’s a family time, where loved ones gather around their own traditions. For others still, like myself, we really don’t have much in the way of tradition, or we did at one point, but as
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6 December, 2017

Hanukkah Meals

Hanukkah Meals
Comments : 2 Posted in : beef, chicken, dessert, dinner, easy, food, food history, Hanukkah, History, holidays, pancakes, potato, potatoes, snack, vegan, vegetarian on by : Jeanette Rueb
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This week’s recipes in the holiday lineup are brought to you by Rebekah Carter, a guest poster whose name you might recognize from her last guest post, Juicing for Healthy Hair. This time around, Rebekah would like to share a handful of healthy and traditional Hanukkah recipes she’s gathered, so that everyone can learn a
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29 November, 2017

Diwali: A Festival of Light

Diwali: A Festival of Light
Posted in : bread, food, food history, guest post, History, holidays, Indian on by : Jeanette Rueb
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This year, to bridge the gap between Thanksgiving and New Year, I’m going to feature a series of collaborative posts that highlight different winter holidays from around the world. It will be a tour of culture, history, and of course, food from all different cultures and religions, and starting it all off is the Hindu
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19 November, 2016

Cranberry Sauce

Cranberry Sauce
Posted in : Christmas, classic, cranberry, easy, fruit, holidays, Thanksgiving, Uncategorized on by : Jeanette Rueb

Tis the season to make berries! Whether you serve them alongside turkey on Thanksgiving, enjoy them amidst a Yultide feast, or indulge just because cranberries are yummy, this recipe is sure to bring smiles all around. I mean… unless you’re allergic to cranberries. Hopefully, you, dear reader, are not plagued by an allergy to cranberries
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2 December, 2015

Marbled Peppermint Bark

Marbled Peppermint Bark
Posted in : candy, chocolate, Christmas, easy, holidays, peppermint, peppermint bark, recipe, snack, Uncategorized on by : Jeanette Rueb
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I like the holiday season because I really like peppermint. Peppermint tea, peppermint sticks, why not some peppermint bark, too? Peppermint bark is great because it’s easy, relatively quick to make, and it makes a great addition to a party, stocking, or any meal (candy for breakfast is totally acceptable if you’re an adult). Speaking
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