Kelsey Ganes

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A recent graduate of the University of Washington, Kelsey has been a foodie since she first picked up a cookbook at the ripe old age of 9. When she is not experimenting in the kitchen or tracking down Seattle's coolest new restaurant, she is behind the lens of a Canon dSLR, photographing everything that crosses her path.

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September 20, 2011

scrap trap from Organize Everything

The Scrap Trap may just be one of my new favorite kitchen gadgets! Easily hooking into kitchen drawers, this food waste bin seriously helps with prep work. Grating carrots? Grate right into the bin...

September 19, 2011

pumpkin pie

Rich, silky pumpkin, flavored with cinnamon and nutmeg, a dash of cloves and ginger, in a crisp, firm crust -- however could this egg-and-dairy filled pie be vegan? Easily. Here are 3 fantastically...

September 19, 2011

leeks au gratin

Gratins list among my favorite autumn dishes - based on a French technique, vegetables are thinly sliced, layered in a shallow baking dish, and covered with cream and cheese or breadcrumbs and baked...

September 19, 2011

carrots

Known for their natural sweetness and signature crunch, carrots might be my favorite root vegetable (after potatoes. and beets.) Their natural sweetness is only enhanced by roasting, caramelizing and...

September 19, 2011

apricots

Vegan baking is always a challenge - with two "essential" ingredients for most batters on the no-no list (dairy + eggs), finding delicious and healthy substitutes is a must! While there are...

September 18, 2011

Snickerdoodle cookies

Snickerdoodles are cinnamon-sugar-coated, crisp-on-the-outside soft-on-the-inside traditional cookie goodness! Much a classic sugar cookie rolled in cinnamon sugar and baked until the surface is...

September 18, 2011

rice krispies treat marshmallow bar

Rice Krispies are a super tasty snack, perfect for kids on the go! Easy to make (and excellent for little helpers), great for packed lunches, after school snacks, bake sales and more! Now that...

September 18, 2011

cake pop bouquet

As most everyone is well aware, cake pops are all the rage these days! From Bakerella to Starbucks, they're everywhere -- and now, gluten free & allergy friendly! Here are 3 of my favorite...

September 17, 2011

butternut squash

Butternut squash is easily on my list of Favorite Fall Foods. Rich and creamy, lightly sweet and perfect for roasting, toasting, pureeing, sauteeing, grating and -- well, you get the point. Perfect...

September 17, 2011

apple

Ever thought of using apple juice in your cocktail recipes? You will now! Sour Apple and Big Red need not apply - this roundup is for sophisticated cocktails only! Even though apple juice may not...

September 17, 2011

apple honey tart

Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year celebration, falls on the last weekend of September this year. Following the lunar Jewish calendar rather than Gregorian, Rosh Hashanah (literally Head of the Year...

September 16, 2011

turkey quesadiila

You must think I'm crazy, right? Writing about ground turkey recipes in the midst of a second national recall? Well, maybe, but my point is that ground turkey is a great alternative to beef, is a...

September 16, 2011

red swiss chard

Happy Friday everyone! Here's this week's collection of my favorite gluten free recipes from the blogosphere! Sit back, read on and start planning for the weekend! Mediterranean Stuffed...

September 16, 2011

butternut squash salad

Butternut squash is as much a part of autumn cooking as pumpkin and cinnamon. Usually used to make a rich, creamy soup, this golden squash can be used for so much more! Easy to peel, you can roast,...

September 15, 2011

meyer lemons

Always refreshing, lemon cookies are both delicious and cleansing. Sweet, tart, buttery and flaky, there's nothing to compare to pressed cookies infused with fresh lemon - yum! Click here for the...

September 15, 2011

cookie monster cookies

From cupcakes to cookies (!), this friendly blue Sesame Street favorite! Here are three great design ideas for Cookie Monster confections =) Gluten free? Use your favorite cupcake or sugar cookie...

September 15, 2011

asparagus

Asparagus is such an incredibly versatile vegetable! It can be grilled, roasted, braised, steamed, marinated, even pickled! The key to cooking asparagus is to make sure that you are not over cooking...

September 14, 2011

gluten free onion rings

Sometimes, during those dark and stormy moments, all you want is something deep fried, crispy-on-the-outside, soft-on-the-inside sweet-salty snacks -- and if you're gluten free, you usually sigh...

September 14, 2011

baked baking apples

Around the country, apples are a sure sign of autumn! From pies and cobblers, to crisps and sauces, apples can be used for such a wide variety of purposes that sometimes, simplicity is best. Baking...

September 14, 2011

tomatillos chiles lime chili verde

Going into fall, what could be better than curling up by the fire with a warm bowl of chili? Not a huge tomato-and-kidney-bean fan (I tend to have nightshade-plant problems), I tend to stay away from...

September 14, 2011

beef stew

One of autumn and winter's most comforting meals, beef stew can be as simple or complex as you can imagine! From a slow cooker version made in the crockpot to Julia Child's famous Boeuf...

September 13, 2011

mini banana splits

Take this classic retro dessert to a whole (smaller) level with these mini banana splits! With all of the key components (ice cream, whipped cream, chocolate, sprinkles, nuts and a Maraschino cherry...

September 13, 2011

cognac brandy cocktail

15 years ago today, Tupac Amaru Shakur died at the University Medical Center of Southern Nevada after being the victim of a drive by shooting in Las Vegas, NV. Tupac, known most commonly by...

September 13, 2011

american flag

I know, Red White & Blue treats seem incredibly out of season, right? Well today, in 1814, Francis Scott Key penned the poem originally titled "The Defence of Fort McHenry" which would...

September 13, 2011

red onions

Sometimes there's nothing better than a warm and comforting meal! This naturally vegetarian (and now gluten free!)dish can be served as a starter or appetizer, side dish or even an light entree....

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