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7 Wonders 7 Wonders By Savvy Eats 07/10/14 13:00 It’s time: time to finally review what is possibly our all-time favorite board game: Seven Wonders. This is the game that first got us into board games, and the one we turn to on so many of our game nights. In the game, each player works to build up one...
Canning 101: a Tutorial Canning 101: a Tutorial By Savvy Eats 07/08/14 13:00 After I posted my Canning Tools 101 post, I got a ton of comments and emails about people looking for some guidance as they embark on their first canning adventures. I know canning sounds intimidating, but luckily, once you know the process, it is pretty...
12 Ways to Put Up Cherries 12 Ways to Put Up Cherries By Savvy Eats 07/03/14 13:00 I know tomorrow’s all about the red, white and blue, but I plan on celebrating the 4th by focusing mostly on the red. First thing in the morning, we’re meeting up with some friends to pick our own sweet cherries and maybe a few more strawberries. I have...
Garlic Scape Pesto for Freezing Garlic Scape Pesto for Freezing By Savvy Eats 07/01/14 13:00 Preparation: 10 min After months of waiting for something – anything – other than salad greens and root vegetables to show up at the market, new produce is finally starting to roll into the farm stands. We’ve gone from having nearly nothing available to having so much produce...
Strawberry Balsamic & Black Pepper Preserves Strawberry Balsamic & Black Pepper Preserves By Savvy Eats 06/27/14 13:00 I am so indecisive. When I brought home my 11 pounds of strawberries this weekend, I just could not for the life of me decide how to use them. A batch of strawberry red wine jam was an obvious choice, as was two or three big batches of plain strawberry...
Use It Up: Strawberry Jam Grilled Cheese Use It Up: Strawberry Jam Grilled Cheese By Savvy Eats 06/24/14 13:00 Preparation: 10 min - Cooking: 5 min Sunday was a day of 11s, apparently. Around 11, Dan and I headed up the road to Silver Queen Farm. We parked on the road and pulled out our bikes for a ride. We had no map, no definitive route in mind and no thoughts on distance. We just felt like riding...
Chewy Coconut Granola Bars #SundaySupper #ChooseDreams Chewy Coconut Granola Bars #SundaySupper #ChooseDreams By Savvy Eats 06/22/14 12:00 Psst: This post is sponsored by American Family Insurance. All opinions are my own. Working from home can be a lonely business. Day in and day out, I’m home alone with nobody to talk to but the dog. To give myself some time around real people (not to mention...
Cards Against Humanity Cards Against Humanity By Savvy Eats 06/19/14 13:00 I’m spending 44 hours in New York City this week, catching up with some friends from high school. It’s been far too long since I’ve seen either of them, and I’m looking forward to hitting up a Broadway show, exploring the city and chatting late into the...
How to Freeze Homemade Granola Bars How to Freeze Homemade Granola Bars By Savvy Eats 06/19/14 13:00 Granola bars are such an easy on-the-go, grab-it-on-your-way-out-the-door snack, but so many of the bars available at the store are packed full of artificial flavorings, processed ingredients, and loads of sugar. I’d much rather make my own, but I often...
12 Ways to Put Up Strawberries 12 Ways to Put Up Strawberries By Savvy Eats 06/18/14 13:00 The “our strawberries are ready!” notifications have been pouring in from all my favorite U-Pick farms this week. I’m off to New York City this morning to see some friends, but you better believe that one of the first things I’m doing when I get back is...
Use It Up: Chive Egg Salad Use It Up: Chive Egg Salad By Savvy Eats 06/17/14 13:00 Preparation: 10 min - Cooking: 25 min Now that the temperature is rising outside, I’ve been focusing on two types of entrees: 1. Those that can be grilled (Time outside! No turning not he oven or stove!). 2. Those that can be served cold. Since we don’t have air conditioning, our house tends...
How to Freeze Chives How to Freeze Chives By Savvy Eats 06/12/14 13:00 The beginning of June is the hardest time of the year for me, garden-wise. All my seedlings are in the ground, and now I just have to give them time: times for tomatoes to swell up and turn from green to gold or red, time for the beans to start winding...
How to Freeze Taquitos How to Freeze Taquitos By Savvy Eats 06/10/14 13:00 Preparation: 15 min - Cooking: 1h My “how to freeze taquitos” experiment turned out to be a Goldilocks-style tale. I tested them three ways – freezing the unbaked taquitos, par-baking them first, and freezing them after they were completely cooked. The ones that went in raw were too hot:...
Oz Fluxx Oz Fluxx By Savvy Eats 06/06/14 13:00 Fluxx games are the games that are super-difficult to review. Not because they are complicated or challenging to play, but because the game is never the same twice. At the very beginning, the rule is simple: “Draw 1 card. Play 1 card. Play passes to the...
Everything You Need to Get Started With Water-Bath Canning Everything You Need to Get Started With Water-Bath Canning By Savvy Eats 06/05/14 13:00 I talk a lot about food storage here on Savvy Eats. From storing fresh ingredients so they last a little longer, to freezing ingredients and complete recipes, to infusing liqueurs, I try to cover it all. But my absolute favorite way to preserve produce...
Use It Up: Ciabatta Pizzas Use It Up: Ciabatta Pizzas By Savvy Eats 06/03/14 13:00 Preparation: 10 min - Cooking: 10 min I’m guessing that all home canners will be familiar with this dilemma: being stuck with that extra bit of crushed tomatoes left at the bottom of the jar. So often, I come across recipes that call for a 27.5-ounce can crushed tomatoes or some other standard...
Pandemic: a Cooperative Game Pandemic: a Cooperative Game By Savvy Eats 05/30/14 13:00 Let’s talk cooperative games. Rather than the typical board game format, in which there is one winner and everyone else loses, in a cooperative game, it is all or nothing: either everyone wins together, or everyone loses. In the case of Pandemic, either...
Savvy Cookbooks: The Soda Fountain (and Chocolate Cherry Milkshakes) Savvy Cookbooks: The Soda Fountain (and Chocolate Cherry Milkshakes) By Savvy Eats 05/28/14 13:00 Preparation: 15 min I was so excited when a review copy of The Soda Fountain by Gia Giasullo and Peter Freeman showed up on my doorstep. After all, we’re coming up on the summer months, which is the perfect time for ice cream floats. And milkshakes. And sundaes. And egg creams....
Build-Your-Own Pudding Bar (and Spiced Chocolate Pudding) Build-Your-Own Pudding Bar (and Spiced Chocolate Pudding) By Savvy Eats 05/26/14 13:00 Preparation: 2h - Cooking: 15 min Happy Memorial Day! I hope you all have some fun outdoor plans today (and good weather to carry them out, as well!). Over here, we’ve spent the weekend cycling (my first ride outside this spring), working in the garden and grilling. But my absolute favorite...
Reading List Reading List By Savvy Eats 05/23/14 13:30 Photos: Garden updates via Instagram. Time to share the link love! Let’s Party! So many great ideas for foods on skewers. via Yes and Yes How to build a cheese platter from Naturally Ella Um, yes. Crab cake bites via Savory Simple Need some party appetizers?...

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