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Spicy Cabbage and Corn Slaw

This slaw. Seriously. Run out and make it immediately. Crunchy cabbage, sweet summer corn, spicy jalapenos, tangy lime juice, and smoky chili powder come together to make one amazingly delicious summer side dish. While I wish I could take credit for this Mexican Street Corn inspired slaw, the credit belongs to Serious Eats who created […]

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Lemon Feta Vinaigrette

A few years back when I made the decision to try to cut back on processed foods and sugars, one of the first things I stopped buying was salad dressing. Just a few glances at the ingredient lists of most salad dressings and you quickly find out that 90% of the ingredients are chemicals you […]

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Creamy Artichoke Dip with Jalapenos

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Mountain High Yoghurt. All opinions are 100% mine. If it was up to me, ninety percent of the food I consumed at any outdoor gathering would be in dip form. Now this is partly due to the my undying love for anything in the […]

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Thai Inspired Mango Slaw

I am pretty much obsessed with green papaya salad since a recent trip to Thailand but it is so hard to find green papayas. Literally six stores later, including two specialty Asian markets, and no green papaya to be found. So I decided to make a salad inspired by traditional green papaya salad using mangoes. […]

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Cauliflower and Carrot Rice with Browned Butter

Over Christmas my Aunt made the most delicious cauliflower and carrot dish. Seriously. Everyone was going back for seconds. For weeks after, I tried to recreate it at home until I finally asked her the secret sauce and learned about the brown butter. That is the full 4 oz. of browned butter from this Ina […]

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Israeli Salad

I love a good Israeli salad and it is something I always try to order at a Middle Eastern restaurant. Normally an Israeli salad is a combination of Persian cucumbers, tomatoes, red onion, lots of parsley, lemon, and olive oil. Some versions add mint, dill, or other spices; but my favorite ones use Za’atar – […]

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