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Cumin Chicken

Whenever I feel myself on the edge of falling off the healthy eating wagon, I pack my fridge with healthy options so I have no excuses. Then I give into to one indulgence. This sets me up for success but lets me give into temptation at the same time. It usually works to get my […]

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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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Andouille Sausage, Kale, and Root Vegetable Bake

One dish recipes are some of my favorites and I have always loved the simple combination of sausages and veggies. The sausages impart great flavor into the roasted veggies and it makes a full meal without having to dirty up any other dishes. For this version I used Andouille chicken sausages which are packed with […]

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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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Sunday Slow Cooker: Beef Encebollado

Beef encebollado is a traditional dish that is especially popular in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic but can be found across Latin America. Since it is traditionally made with a tougher cut of beef, it’s a perfect nominee for the slow cooker and if you love onions, you will fall in love with this […]

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Roasted Sunchoke Chips

I am always on the lookout for new vegetables. Although we all have a go-to list of veggies for side dishes (hello cauliflower, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, and sugar snap peas!), it’s fun to explore and find something new to mix things up. Recently on a farmer’s market trip, I found some lovely sunchokes, aka Jerusalem […]

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