Honest Cooking

The Honest Cooking editorial team handpicks inspiring culinary stories to share with you that we think are beautiful. As an international online culinary magazine with the ambition to truly change the face of online food media we hope to create an inspiring place for serious culinary debate, salivating recipes, interesting food news and international food-fun.

New Food Products We Love

We love trying new foods and discovering new food products. Maybe you’ve had a taste of these already, maybe not. Here are a few new food products we are currently obsessing over.

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Cook Colorful LA Food in Your Kitchen

If you’ve dined out in Los Angeles you know how colorful, fresh and innovative the food can be. Thanks to some great chefs and dedicated farmers combined with an ideal agriculture climate, there are some stunning plates coming out of L.A. kitchens. Make those same famed dishes in your own home thanks to the new L.A. Cookbook.

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Fried Buttermilk Doughnuts

We often find ourselves with the odd half cup of buttermilk in our fridge. Rather than making the usual pancakes, fry up a batch of these easy buttermilk doughnuts.

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Savory Yogurt and Avocado Parfait

With crispy chickpeas, smashed avocado, fresh veggies herbs and plain yogurt, this savory yogurt parfait is a feast for the eyes and the tastebuds. A delicious snack or breakfast that isn’t too sweet.

Discovering the Wine Country of Chile

Most wine and food lovers know where to head for great bottles of wine in France and Italy and we are all familiar with hearing about wine country in the States. But do you know much about Chilean wine? Join us as we’re discovering wine country of Chile.

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Easy, Delicious Plant-Based Recipes: ‘Vegan in 7’

“Being vegan is too hard.” We’ve all heard it, maybe even said it. Rita Serano is here to save the day with her new cookbook that makes meal prepping and cooking vegan a breeze. In seven ingredients or less, these plant-based recipes are perfect for strict vegans or flexitarians.

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Birch Coffee Launches the Coffee Collective and We’re Hooked

NYC’s beloved Birch Coffee, with locations around the city and a roasting facility in Long Island City, has launched the Coffee Collective. We checked out their new subscription service that delivers their beautifully roasted coffee beans straight to your door, no matter how far from the big apple you are.

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Cognac Cocktails: Coffee and Tea

We are well versed in cognac when is comes to sangria, but when it comes to featuring the French brandy in a signature cocktail, we didn’t have many cocktails in our back pocket. Now we have two new, easy cognac cocktails, one made with iced tea and strawberries and the other with coffee.

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Westmount: Oregon’s Winery that is Adventurous, Not Pretentious

So many times we have fallen for a particular bottle of wine not only because of what is inside, but because of the circumstances in which we are sipping it. Westmount understands this and makes wines that are unpretentious, are ready to adventure and help you explore the style of Oregon no matter how far you are.

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Cauliflower Steak and Eggs

Check out this vegetarian version of steak and eggs, this time made with cauliflower steaks and finished with a chimichurri-inspired sauce.

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Vegan Peanut Milk Ice Cream

Ditch the usual cow’s milk cream and try a new nut milk beverage featuring peanuts. Plus, we created a delicious vegan peanut milk ice cream with it.

Get Cozy with Cassoulet

Cassoulet is the French answer to casserole. It’s loaded with beans, often meat, and is cooked for hours to develop rich, cozy flavors. Here are a few recipes to keep you warm the rest of winter.

Soup and Stew: What’s the Difference?

When we’re huddled up all winter long, we have big questions floating through our heads as we sit by the fire drinking hot chocolate. Questions like, is there a difference between soup and stew? In this post, we tackle that question and share a few of our favorite soup/stew recipes.

Tips for Doing a Three-Day Food Reset

Whether you are still sticking to your food resolutions or you’ve gone back to your habits from the year before, here are the tips you need for successfully doing a three-day food reset. Clear your mind, your gut and get your eating back on track with this guide from Robyn Youkilis.

Poke Bowls in Your Own Fridge

Imagine being able to pack a poke bowl for lunch and eat it at your desk without having cold rice or paying an arm and a leg to go out for poke. Or, imagine having a delicious seafood dinner in just minutes. At over a hundred years old, Brooklyn’s favorite Acme Smoked Fish is keeping up with the times with their new poke bowls.

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Perfectly Festive Cocktails for Valentine’s Day

Whether you are hosting a girls’ night or spending an evening with someone special, celebrate Valentine’s Day with these easy cocktails that are delicious and festive. Plus, they’re way cheaper than going out for overpriced drinks at a super busy cocktail bar.

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