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Hannah Agran

As Food and Features Editor at Midwest Living, Hannah comes to work and spends her days thinking and dreaming about food--and then she goes home to her family and does pretty much the same thing!

Posts by Hannah Agran

Forgive me, but I am going to boast for a minute: I have not purchased bread in more than a month. No, we haven’t gone gluten-free. I’ve...
On Sunday here in Des Moines, we woke to snow ... again. A few sunny days in the 50s and 60s last week tricked me into thinking spring had arrived,...
It always happens this way. You're zooming along the interstate in a cornfield-induced haze, a visual playlist of silos, gas stations and Subway...
This morning I ate red pancakes for breakfast. Very red pancakes. My mixing bowls are red, my measuring cups are red, my utensils are red, and I...
Brushing away the fog of memory, I distinctly remember a phase in my childhood—older elementary school, I’d guess—when my best...
I’ve stepped out over my lunch hour to try an Italian cooking class—admittedly a nice interruption to office monotony—but for the...
Imagine enclosing the entire stock of a Target store in a giant time capsule and burying it for 150 years. You would have a complete mercantile...
A week ago, the Internet lit with excitement over Thanksgivukkah, a rare confluence of Thanksgiving and Hanukkah that won’t happen again for...
Confession time: The trips we take for work don’t just happen spontaneously. Like you, we do a lot of research before we go. We plan our...
This week, we’ve woken to frost outside, sparkling in the bright morning sun. On our car, it’s thick enough for my daughter to scratch...
My husband and I sit across from one another at the Blue Nile in Kansas City, Missouri, staring down the coffee-making contraption on the table...
I heard a stat from the spice company McCormick recently that the average American pantry has about 40 herbs, spices and flavorings. (Our photo...
Once or twice a year, I go to the trouble of making applesauce in the slow-cooker. It’s not hard, but peeling all those apples takes forever. (...
When your child asks for a vegetable, you don’t say no. So when my 4-year-old begged to buy a crate of pickling cucumbers at the farmers market...