Salty-Sweet Glazed Salmon

Growing up in the Pacific Northwest, it’s probably no surprise that salmon was a weekly staple in my household. Yet, as a picky child who favored Twinkies and tuna noodle casserole, the pink-fleshed fish was deemed too healthy for my taste and consequently very boring.

Resolutions that Stick

January is a month often synonymous with detoxing, diets and newly purchased gym memberships—for many, making it a far less appealing time than the pleasure-seeking months that came before it.

Little Chefs

The holidays are officially upon us as Thanksgiving nears. Planning table décor, checking off to-dos and preparing your favorite recipes are just a few of the many tasks that go into a lovely holiday event.

Soup is Good for the Soul

Photography Kelsey Huffer This is definitely the easiest and best way to make rich-tasting butternut squash soup, without having to peel and dice a large, awkwardly shaped vegetable. You start by cutting the squash in half lengthwise and roasting it in a hot oven. Scrape the roasted flesh from the skin, and simmer it with sautéed … Continued