Kelly Pugliano

Kelly Pugliano is a wife, mom to a soon-to-be-college student and one-not- far- behind, freelance writer, photographer and a lifelong foodie who shares her love of cooking and baking through photographs good enough to eat. Seeming to be a permanent fixture in her Upstate NY kitchen, you will often find her creating tried & true recipes from family archives or testing out new delights found by reading countless cooking magazines, watching Food Network or scouring Pinterest. If not behind the apron, Kelly is out searching for great eats either local or on the road, snapping photos along the way, sharing her delicious finds on her new site, Eat Picks. She has been blogging since 2009, sharing life stories on family, food and sports. A retired competitive speedskater, Kelly has kept active by cycling more miles than she can count and running full and half marathons with her husband. When needing a break from it all, you can find her chatting it up on Twitter @Kpugs.

Kelly Pugliano is a wife, mom to a soon-to-be-college student and one-not- far- behind, freelance writer, photographer and a lifelong foodie who shares her love of cooking and baking through photographs good enough to eat. Seeming to be a permanent fixture in her Upstate NY kitchen, you will often find her creating tried & true recipes from family archives or testing out new delights found by reading countless cooking magazines, watching Food Network or scouring Pinterest. If not behind the apron, Kelly is out searching for great eats either local or on the road, snapping photos along the way, sharing her delicious finds on her new site, Eat Picks. She has been blogging since 2009, sharing life stories on family, food and sports. A retired competitive speedskater, Kelly has kept active by cycling more miles than she can count and running full and half marathons with her husband. When needing a break from it all, you can find her chatting it up on Twitter @Kpugs.

I am always on the look-out for easy & delicious meals to serve my family, so when Martha Stewart launched her (then) new magazine Everyday Food back in 2004, it became a fast favorite. We have enjoyed every single dish I’ve ever made from those pages and to me, that is a pretty good testament to the caliber of recipes that are shared. The ...

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Summer season is in full swing and I have a great little cupcake that will dress up any table! It’s fun, colorful, and garners “oohs” and “aahhs” from all those that sink their teeth into this delicious Snow Cone cupcake. Last summer, I was looking for a new recipe to take to our neighbor’s annual picnic. I was tired of bringing the ...

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The best part of this simple treat? You only need FOUR ingredients! Once you taste these, you will find it hard to stop … and that is ok, because you are eating fabulous fruit, rich in vitamins! Dare I say this dessert is GOOD for you! ...

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Nothing says “I Love You” like chocolate. It is synonymous with the day of love celebrated each year. Yet, I’m thinking that Cupid didn’t know of the deep emotion felt for the chocolate- hazelnut spread of Nutella. Yes, the true love for that sweet little secret ingredient on toast, pancakes, ice cream, cookies, or in a new recipe which I ...

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Are you ready for the big game in just a few weeks? Hosting a party or maybe invited to one? Be sure to treat your guests or bring along a something that will be the dish of all dishes - Ultimate Game Day Chicken Chili!

I am a huge - and I mean huge - football fan and have been to my share of gatherings with tables full of subs, ...

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Today we're bringing you a recipe for Baked Potato Soup that will warm you up on these cold, blustery winter days. Homemade soup is one of the easiest meals you can make, and it just got more convenient by using a slow cooker! In the morning, peel a few potatoes, chop them up with onion and garlic, add some broth, and program your crockpot to have ...

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When the cold weather sets in, many home cooks turn to their arsenal of comfort foods. I live in the Northeast, so winter starts early and lasts forever-making many of my meals hearty and warm. I cook a lot of soup, stews and casseroles but my favorite thing to make and enjoy with my family are the slow cooked roasts.

I’ve mastered ...

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Summer is one of my favorite seasons when it comes to enjoying fresh fruit. It is the time for berries; blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, and melons such as cantaloupe, honeydew, and the picnic staple on all tables -- watermelon. A fun way to enjoy these sweet treats and make them stand out on your barbecue table is to create ...

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One of the most well-loved summer desserts is often prepared while sitting around a campfire or your backyard fire pit. There is something about seeking out the perfect branch, whittled down to a point for a marshmallow, slowly turning it above the flames to get a crispy golden brown, and carefully squishing the toasted goodness between graham ...

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Summer barbeque season has officially started, and this recipe for grilled teriyaki shrimp will be a hit with all your party-goers. It is quick to put together, and because it takes only a few minutes to cook, you will have time to sit and relax with company rather than being stuck at the grill. When I made this dish, I didn't have a lot of ...

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