Are you Wondering Where all my Recipes Went? (2024)

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No worries! All my delicious recipes have moved over to my brand new site Coop to Kitchen(still under construction, so bear with me). You can find them all there by using the search bar in the upper right corner.

And to make it easier, I've alphabetized them all for you by category and added a direct link to each recipe below.

In the future, be sure to check out Coop to Kitchen for all my recipes going forward. Enjoy!

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Recipe Index


Asparagus and Parmesan Omelet

Baked Eggs in Butternut Squash Rings

Basil Pesto

Big Mac Pizza

Boston Brown Bread

Brown Sugar Maple Billionaire's Bacon

Buttermilk Biscuits with Homemade Butter

Buttery Crescent Rolls

Cast Iron Skillet French Bread

Cheesy Baked Cream Eggs

Cheesy Baked Macaroni & Cheese

Cheesy Mushroom Pie and Butter Crackers

Chicken Piccata

Chicken Pot Pie with Savory Herbed Crust

Cinnamon Pepper Pickled Eggs

Creamy Dijonnaise Sauce

Creamy Dill Cucumber Salad

Deviled Eggs with Avocado Oil and Sage

Deviled Eggs with "Caviar" and Creme Fraiche

Deviled Eggs Three Ways

Easy Cheesy Skillet Egg Avocado Boats

Egg Avocado Toast with Fresh Herbs

Egg Yolk Ravioli with Basil Marinara Sauce

Eggplant Parmesan with Basil Marinara Sauce

Eggs Benedict

Focaccia with Garlic Sage Olive Oil

Fresh Herb Chimichurri Sauce

Fried Egg with Asparagus and Hollandaise

Garlic Chicken Cream of Mushroom Soup

Goat Cheese Frittata with Fresh Herbs

Grilled Cheese Egg Sandwich

Holiday Leftovers Frittata

Homegrown Tomato Sauce

Homemade Egg Pasta

Homemade Mayonnaise

Lemon Fried Eggs

Lemony Egg Rice Soup (Avgolemono)

Lemony Egg Salad Sandwiches

Mason Jar Mayonnaise

Monte Cristo Bread Pudding

One-Pot Cacio e Pepe

Pasta Carbonara

Peach and Burrata Summer Salad

Pecan Pumpkin Spice Pancakes

Refrigerator Dill Pickles

Ricotta Gnocchi with Browned Butter Sage Sauce

Roasted Broccoli and Bacon Cheddar Quiche

Salt Cured Egg Yolks

The Secret Ingredient in Queen Elizabeth's Royal Scrambled Eggs

Shirred Eggs with Fresh Herbs and Cheese

Shrimp Ball Soup with Egg Noodles and Dill

Souffles with Swiss Cheese and Thyme

Spinach and Goat Cheese Omelet

Sweet Potato Sausage Frittata

Tagliatelle Carbonara

Toasty Holiday Strata

Tomato Pie

Two-Ingredient Egg Chaffles

Vanilla Pancakes

Warm Bacon and Eggs Breakfast Salad

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Apple "Fries" with Mint

Banana Cream Pie

Bananas Foster

Blackberry White Chocolate Tiered Cheesecake

Blueberry Maple Bread Pudding with Sticky Blueberry Sauce

Blueberry White Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies

Braided Pulla Easter Egg Bread

Candy Corn Recipe

Cardamom Apple Bundt Cake

Cardamom Ginger Zucchini Bread with Streusel Topping

Cardamom Vanilla Swirl Braided Bread

Chocolate Chip Bread Pudding

Chocolate Pots de Creme

Chocolate Walnut Oatmeal Cookies

Christmas Swirl Cheesecake with Sugared Cranberries

Classic Creme Brulee

Coffee Brandy Creme Brulee

Creamy Orange Posset

Creamy Spiced Rice Pudding

Decadent (Almost) No Bake Chocolate Cream Pie

Double Chocolate Chunk Cookies with Marzipan

Espresso Walnut Biscotti with Chocolate Glaze

Fancy Rolled Sugar Cookies with Cream Cheese Frosting

Funfetti Angel Food Birthday Cupcakes

Glazed Spiced Apple Smash Roll Ups

Half Pound Cake Loaf with Cardamom Glaze

Honey Spice Egg Bread

Lavender Honey Cupcakes with Vanilla Cream Cheese Frosting

Lemon Curd

Maine Wild Blueberry Cobbler

Maine Wild Blueberry Pie

Maple Bourbon Pecan Pie

Maple Walnut Ice Cream

Mini Valentine Heart Shortbread Cookies

Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

Mint Jelly

Mixed Berry Cast Iron Skillet Crisp

New England Apple Pie

No-Bake Maple Walnut Truffles

"Pannukakku" Finnish Cast Iron Skillet Oven Pancake

Pickled Watermelon Rinds

Pumpkin Pie Spice Blend

Pumpkin Spice Swirl Cheesecake with Candied Walnuts

Raspberry and Mint Jelly Thumbprint Cookies

Raspberry Vanilla Cupcakes with Buttercream Frosting

Raspberry White Chocolate Ice Cream

Refrigerator Spiced Vanilla Crab Apple Jelly

Rustic Fresh Peach Pie

Spiced Carrot Cake with Coconut Cream Cheese Frosting

Spiced Cranberry Sauce

Spiced Pumpkin Ice Cream with Candied Ginger

Spiced Rhubarb Compote

Strawberry Rhubarb Pie

Strawberry Scones with Almond Drizzle

Strawberry Shortcake


Valentine Heart Linzer Cookies

Vanilla Ice Cream

Vanilla Pudding

Why is Pound Cake Called Pound Cake?

White Chocolate Jam Blondie Bars

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Beverages | Liquid

Apple Cider Vinegar

Blackberry Rosemary Fizz Soda

Elderberry Honey Cold Syrup

Ginger Ale and Candied Ginger Slices

Ginger Lime Thyme Cough Syrup

Herbal Sun Tea

Holiday Spice Sangria

Homemade Eggnog

Lemon Verbena Lemonade

Maple Sour with Egg White Foam

Mimosa Bourbon Cider Shrub

Mint Iced Tea

Minty Mojito co*cktail Recipe

My Favorite Holiday Eggnog

Paloma co*cktail Recipe

Pecan Praline Latte

Rose Petal Soda

Scandinavian Glogg Spiced Mulled Wine

Sparkling Mixed Berry Sangria with Mint

Strawberry Basil Lemonade

Strawberry Soda

Swedish Egg Coffee

Vanilla Vodka co*cktail Cherries

Violet Soda

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General Egg Info

5 Tips for Perfectly Fluffy Soft Scrambled Eggs

7 Methods to Separate Eggs Like a Pro

12+ Essential Tools for Egg Lovers

9 Tips for Perfect Deviled Eggs

10 Recipes from Eggs + Flour + Vanilla + Cream + Lemons

12 Common Myths about Eggs

12 Fascinating Facts about Goose Eggs

All About Duck Eggs

All about Eggs | Separating Fact from Fiction

Brown Eggs vs. White Eggs | What's the Difference?

Cage-Free Isn't all It's Cracked up to Be

Can I Bring Eggs Through TSA?

Common Egg Cooking Mistakes you Might be Making

Do you Have to Refrigerate Fresh Eggs?

Do you Have to Wash Fresh Eggs?

Double Yolk Chicken Eggs

The Egg Float Test for Freshness

Handy Chicken Egg Size Chart

How Many Eggs Should I Eat a Day?

How Old are Supermarket Eggs?

How to Beat Egg Whites Perfectly Every Time

How to Care for your Cast Iron Skillet

How to Clean Broken Egg off the Floor

How to Cook Perfect Hard (or Soft) Boiled Eggs

How to Freeze Leftover Egg Yolks and Whites

How to Fry the Perfect Egg

How to Grill Eggs

How to Poach the Perfect Egg

How to Prevent that Green Ring around your Egg Yolks

How to Tell if an Egg is Fresh (Just by Picking it up)

Preserving Eggs in Salt

Proper Egg Handling and Storage

The Secret of How to Peel Fresh Hard-Boiled Eggs

What are Those Stringy White Things in my Eggs?

What do the Codes on Egg Cartons Mean?

What is the Shelf Life of Eggs

What Makes Egg Yolks Orange?

What's the Best Way to Crack an Egg?

Why Should Eggs be Stored Pointy End Down?

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Don't forget to check out The Fresh Eggs Daily Cookbook for more great egg recipes.

And read about How I Got a Cookbook Deal with HarperCollins or my experience Writing a Cookbook for HarperCollins.

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Are you Wondering Where all my Recipes Went? (2024)


What to say when someone asks for your recipe? ›

Tell them it's a secret. And if they prod anymore just tell them that it's a secret recipe, and that's how you make your living. if you don't want to share then like most other people said here: politely decline.

How do I ask someone for their recipe? ›

Would you please share your recipe with me?” is one polite way to ask. Some people will straight up share their recipe. Other folks may tell you that it's a family recipe that they won't share.

Do you think everyone should know how do you cook? ›

Yes. Because it's not guaranteed that someone is always going to be able to cook for you or that you will always be able to afford to eat premade meals or buy meals cooked by other people. It's basic life skills and it's very useful. You can pass that knowledge on as well if you ever have children.

When you were going to try a new recipe what is the first thing you want to do? ›

Read the recipe before you start.

“Read the recipe a few times before you make it,” she says, “and make sure it is something you are comfortable doing.” Then, lay out every ingredient you'll need before you begin to cook.

How do you say no when someone asks for a recipe? ›

If there's a recipe you truly don't want to reveal, just say warmly, "I'm very flattered you like it. However, it's been kept in the family for so long that I've promised myself not to divulge it. I'm sure you understand." You could then offer to give her a recipe that you like but don't feel protective about.

What should you say when you ask someone something? ›

Use words like “please” and “thank you.”

This one might seem obvious, but it's worth stating: Whenever you're asking for something, you should use words like please and thank you. It's good manners, and avoiding doing so may make what you're asking for sound like a demand rather than a request.

How do you politely ask someone? ›

Use phrases like “Could you please…” or “Would it be possible to…” to convey your request politely. 3. Be specific and concise: Clearly state what you need help with or what information you are seeking. Being specific helps the other person understand your question and provide a more accurate answer.

How do you follow a recipe? ›

How to Read & Follow a Recipe
  1. Read the recipe. Take a good look at the recipe. ...
  2. Know the assumptions. ...
  3. Figure out the timing. ...
  4. Plan ahead. ...
  5. Bone up on new techniques. ...
  6. Mise en place is your friend. ...
  7. Lay out your tools, too. ...
  8. Make notes or highlight.

Is it OK to ask for recipes? ›

Asking your waiter for the recipe isn't considered bad etiquette at all — in fact, the article says it's refreshing for chefs to hear. "I mean, of all the wacko things customers do, asking for a recipe ranks pretty far down the list," says the columnist.

How many recipes does the average person know? ›

According to a recent study three in four U.S. residents who have traveled in the last five years claim that more than anything else, they went for the food (74%).

Is it OK if you don't know how do you cook? ›

No, it isn't bad if you don't know how to cook at age 26, or at any age. I say this as someone who's been home cooking for the last 17 years, loves cooking, and volunteers in a kitchen. If cooking were taken away from me, I'd be devastated. Some people are cut out for cooking and some people aren't.

Is it good for a man to know how do you cook? ›

Cooking is a life skill everyone must learn irrespective of their gender or social norms. There are no drawbacks to learning this life skill, as it only helps you become more independent, resourceful and adaptable.

What is the most important part of a recipe? ›

Ingredient List - The ingredient list is one of the most critical parts of a recipe. The ingredients should be listed in chronological order, with the ingredient used first at the very top of the list (Palmer, 2020).

What are 4 things to notice when reading a recipe beforehand? ›

Try these tips and you won't get stuck or surprised halfway through making your meal.
  • Read the Recipe, Start to Finish. Think of it like reading the rules to a new board game. ...
  • Check Ingredients and Equipment. ...
  • Brush up on Common Cooking Terms. ...
  • Set your own Time Clock. ...
  • Master Do-ahead Tasks.
Oct 13, 2017

What must a recipe tell you? ›

A standard recipe must contain the following data:
  1. Title.
  2. Description.
  3. Preparation and cooking time.
  4. Number of servings and serving size.
  5. List of ingredients with accurate measurements.
  6. Step-by-step directions.
  7. Accurate nutrition information.
  8. Notes and FAQ.
Feb 11, 2021

How do you respond when someone asks you for dinner? ›

You can say something like:
  1. "Yes, I'd love to."
  2. "Definitely, that sounds great!"
  3. "Yes, it's a date!"
  4. "Of course I would."
  5. "Sure, what do you want to do?"
  6. "That sounds fun!"

What to say when you don't want to share a recipe? ›

A recipe is a form of intellectual property, and may even be an heirloom. How do you say no in a polite way when someone asks our recipe? Just tell that it is a SECRET FAMILY RECIPE and that you don't give it out to anyone. That's the polite way.

How do you say no when someone asks for food? ›

Here are some different phrases to try instead:
  1. "I'm really full thanks.”
  2. “It looks delicious but I just can't manage any more.”
  3. “I've already eaten thanks.”
  4. “I literally just ate before I came over.”

What to reply on how is your food? ›

What do you say to the waitress/waiter when they ask 'How is your food'? If it's excellent, I'd probably say “It's VERY good, thank you!” If it's okay, I'd probably say “Good, thank you.” If I'm unimpressed, I'd probably say “I'm glad you asked.


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