• Light Nectarine Tarts

    Ah, the fruits of summer! There’s nothing more refreshing than having peach juice dripping down my chin or devouring a bowlful of lush, ripe cherries. As...


  • A Not-So-Ordinary Salmon Recipe

    Salmon is one of my favorite fishes to eat. Not only is it flavorful and hearty, it’s really good for you—lots of omega-3’s and all that. But the best...


  • A Multipurpose Roasted Red Pepper Salad

    There is no substitute for the real thing. This is especially true when it comes to food. How often have you tried to save time and gotten something...


  • 6 Great Asparagus Recipes

    Spring is asparagus season, though from the looks of my supermarket's shelves you could argue that asparagus is always in season, so let me rephrase. Spring...


  • How to Use Quinoa

    Ancient super-grain, complete amino acid package, and the only grain with an adorable tail. Over the last several years, quinoa’s quietly made its way from...


  • Top 5 Light Spring Sandwiches

    Spring—the season of revenge picnicking. That special time of year when we head out in defiance of lingering chill, armed only with coolers, checkered...


  • Erin Go Bread

    The Irish know how to celebrate, don’t they?  I suppose that’s why my best friend, Cathleen Tierney-Finn, and I get along so well.  I made this bread...


  • Weekend Fix: Fast Food for Daylight Savings

    In honor of lost time, and because we couldn’t find an hourglass to bronze in memoriam, we figured why not go for a Weekend Fix that gives you minimum time...


  • Snooth Irish Beer Cook Off

    It takes a lot of…something…to subject your cooking skills to the palates and opinions of co-workers. These are people you see on a regular basis, people...


  • Top 5 Scrambled Egg Upgrades

    When The Alice B. Toklas Cook Book was published in 1954, “Hashish Fudge” inevitably made more of a splash than decidedly simpler “Scrambled Eggs.”...


  • Weekend Fix: Immersion Blender Recipes

    Immersion blender: submersible mixing power, handheld stick of culinary dreams, going boldly where no blender has gone before—into your hand, then into the...


  • Top 5 Things to do with Whole Chicken

    Whole chicken: the tiny, flightless workhorse of the busy kitchen. A stand by, passed down through generations and tweaked from palate to palate: “I stuff...


  • What We've Been Reading

    When you discover your latent love of Korean food (it’ll happen, if it hasn’t already), you’ll do like me and scour the web for recipes for jeon,...


  • How to Eat Like Oscar Royalty

    Celebrity chef (and chef to celebrities) Wolfgang Puck recently announced how he’ll be feeding the stars after the Oscars this Feb 24. No surprises:...


  • Top 5 Oscar Snacks

    In spite of ourselves, we can’t figure out a way to align snack foods with the big-ticket nominees for this year’s Academy Awards. What we were able to...


  • Weekend Fix: King Cake Brunch

    Between the Super Bowl and Mardi Gras, New Orleans will have had a busy couple of weeks. But that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate the lazy, rather than...


  • Top 5 Dishes for Your (Approximate) Chinese New Year

    American food is low on culinary symbolism—the six foot hoagie as “deli abundance” might be our closest contender. So we could learn a lot from Chinese...


  • How to Beat the Repeat Blues

    Because we’re also leftovers-users, and because most of us are more likely to encounter them sometime soon (sooner, anyway, then we’ll be forced to...


  • Top 5 Wings for Game Day

    For almost everyone, non-sports fans included, Super Bowl Sunday is one of the great annual excuses for epic, marathon snacking. And what spread would be...


  • Weekend Fix: Hot Easy Beef

    Over the next few weeks you’ll be seeing some new features here at Snooth Eats—our way of exploring the kinds of food coverage you guys want. One new...


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