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by Caitlin Saniga

Tahini-nut butter

This spread is like a savory crunchy peanut butter with lots of new unexpected flavor and texture. I love the way the toasted sesame seeds crackle when you take a bite. I like spreading this butter on toast and topping it with crumbled feta and sliced pears or apples.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Buffalo-Parmesan popcorn

Buffalo sauce is my new favorite. (How have I waited so long to become hooked?) The sauce recipe I include here tastes very authentic. I recommend using Frank’s Red Hot, if you can find it, and not another type of hot sauce, as the flavor is distinct. If you’d like to add an extra kick to the sauce, add 1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Buttered popcorn with panko, sesame, poppy seeds, and caraway

A toasted, buttered “everything” bagel was my inspiration for this popcorn. Can you tell?

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by Caitlin Saniga

Pina colada muffins

I try to avoid cooking with vegetable oil, so I replaced it with applesauce in this recipe.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Mama Kim's is another $6 Snack mecca — almost everything on the menu is less than $6. Joel and I met up on a recent weekday for lunch in Kennedy Plaza, which is in downtown Providence. We ordered a beef bulgogi slider, kimchi mandu, veggie panjun and Korean sweet  ma-tang fries.

Mama Kim’s is another $6 Snack mecca — almost everything on the menu is less than $6. Joel and I met up on a recent weekday for lunch in Kennedy Plaza, which is in downtown Providence. We ordered a beef bulgogi slider ($4), kimchi mandu ($3), veggie panjun ($5) and Korean sweet ma-tang fries ($2).

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by Caitlin Saniga

Caramel-almond popcorn

These recipes require the line about storing in a sealed container for up to a week, but who, really, has that much restraint?

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by Caitlin Saniga | photos by Joel Hawksley

The Italiano

I tried The Italiano (front) and Joel tried the Salt & Vinegar on our last day in Asheville.

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