The Macro Plate

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After our visit to Souen, we couldn’t stop obsessing over their simple staple dish, The Macro Plate. Sure, it was just a heaping platter of steamed veggies and proteins with a yummy side sauce. However, the colorful presentation, and the variety of the dish kept us craving more. The meal allowed us to appreciate food… more →


The Peeler Trio

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Here at Fooding Kitchen, we can’t seem to get enough of our Swissmar Peeler Trio which matches our workspace nearly perfectly. That’s not why we bought it though. Well, not completely anyway… In reality, these technicolor peelers are just as useful as they are fun to look at. One features a regular peeling blade for… more →


Roasting Makes Everything Better!

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When the cold weather strikes, the oven dials start turning, and our olive oil supply is in constant need of replenishing, it can only mean one thing– roasting season is here! Is there a better way to heat your house AND enjoy a home cooked meal? If there is, we haven’t heard it. What we… more →



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It’s far too often that eating out becomes a sneaky way to help yourself to a greasy meal. Deep fried items and sugary sauces taste far better than anything we could have conjured up at home, and the lack of nutritional information makes us feel like we’re in the clear for ordering once-healthy items that… more →


Curried Chicken And Apples

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One of our favorite cold weather recipes! The apples and peanuts feel hearty, and the colorful nature of the dish will lighten up the mood around the dinner table. While any faux-chicken would taste great with this dish, our favorite brand to use in this recipe is an asian mock meat hilariously named “Veggie Chicken… more →


A New Spin On Pasta

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You’ve heard of stirring pasta into the sauce, and you’ve heard of topping pasta with a finished sauce, but have you ever heard of finishing pasta in sauce? Turns out, allowing pasta to boil for the last few minutes in your pot of marinara makes for a denser sauce and a more flavorful noodle! Try… more →


The Perforated Pizza Pan

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Lets talk pizza pans. Homemade pizza is great and if you’re clueless on how to whip up a home-baked pie, we’ll be covering it soon enough. In the meantime, get yourself ready by investing in a good pan. Most people’s home pizza go-to is a cookie sheet, which is fine in a pinch, but doesn’t… more →

Lunch at the cafe at Moma with friends

Eat With People

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In the dead of winter, it’s easy to feel low. The holidays are over and the sun sets before 5 in the afternoon. The freezing weather keeps us pent up inside, often alone, resulting in cabin fever of epic proportions. If the January blues are getting to you, why not take this opportunity to share meals… more →


Cooking Rice 101

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There are several basic foods that we feel everyone, EVERYONE, needs to know how to cook, and topping that list is rice. Rice is the start of so many amazing dishes. It can be served under a stir fry, or over a salad. In a soup, or on it’s own as a pilaf. It completes… more →


January Kitchen Kitsch

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  Here’s a gourmet grouping of my favorite January kitchen must have’s to celebrate the season, while curing the beginning of the year blues. • For cozy yet cute entertaining and small kitchen chop jobs I love Q-Tee Cut Ups– tiny quality wooden cutting boards by JK Adams. Bring one out when prepping a snack,… more →