October 2014

Cranberry-Walnut Muffins

Presenting: the muffin you’ll need to get you through fall. Through the Halloween sugar hangover and the family visiting for Thanksgiving weekend. Through the lazy Sundays, and even through Christmas morning. With their jewel tones and sweet cinnamon spicing, these are an unforgettable staple, a simple meal that manages to have pizzazz. There’s an actual […] Read more »

Home Cook Hall of Fame: Carlo Petrini

We consider cooking the best method of doing dinner, because homemade food tastes best, is good for you, and brings you together with people, from family and friends to the producers who pressed  your tortillas. You already know that. But we hardly came to this conclusion on our own: home cooking has a long history. […] Read more »

Three Spices for Your Pumpkin Seeds

One of the greatest activities of fall, at least culinarily speaking, is the one that you do right after you carve your jack o’lantern: roast pumpkin seeds. Read more »

Five-Ingredient Cider Caramels

Making candy at home is nowhere near as tough as it sounds. With just five ingredients and some careful attention to bubbling sugar, you can make these cider caramels, which have a deep, slightly tangy apple flavor and are utterly addictive. Best of all, wrapped up in little squares of wax paper, a handful of these caramels makes an incredible edible gift (or a trick or treat!).
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You Can Now Cook the Top Chef Season Premiere-Winning Dish at Home, Thanks to Blue Apron

As you watch Chef Mei Lin place that last crispy shallot on her caramelized pork congee on the premiere episode of Top Chef Season 12, we’ll all do a whole lot better than licking the screen. That’s because our Blue Apron culinary team has adapted the recipe so that home chefs can cook the winning dish from tonight’s Top Chef season premiere the week of October 27th. Read more »

9 Cakes, Patties, and Croquettes That Bring Breakfast to Your Dinner Plate

We’ve already talked about the brilliance of breakfast for dinner, the way the easy morning meal turns a weeknight (especially one without a Blue Apron delivery!) into an opportunity to eat homemade food, even if it’s just French toast. We also saw how breakfasts from around the world have transformed into American dinner staples and looked at what happens when you put an egg on it.
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How to Tame an Onion’s Bite

We love the taste of raw onions, but do they have to taste so strong? Here’s how to deal with the bite of the raw onion. Read more »

Meet the Blue Apron Autumn Cookbook

Each season, we celebrate the harvest by eating produce at its peak. At every possible meal, we cook up and eat simple and delicious dishes. And, whenever we can, we reach for the right seasonal volume for inspiration. Now that it’s September, that volume is Autumn Cooking with Blue Apron: A Collection of Simple, Seasonal Recipes: vol. 1.
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