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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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Apple Pie and Almond Butter Chia Seed Pudding

I am still in love with chia seeding pudding and constantly trying to figure out new ways to eat it. One thing I have been enjoying with the cold weather is adding a warm element to my chia seed pudding. This simple apple pie version uses a quickly microwaved apple topping to warm everything up. […]

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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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How to Cook Spaghetti Squash: Four Options

Spaghetti squash and I are best pals. I mean, seriously, let’s talk about this magical little veggie. It’s low calorie with only 31 calories per cup. That means you can eat a huge portion – let’s say 3 cups if you are ambitious – for under 100 calories. The same amount of pasta would have […]

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Sesame Roasted Carrots

Lately the only way I want to eat veggies is roasted. I am on a major roasting kick. Typically I roast veggies in a simple combination of olive oil, salt, pepper, and perhaps some fresh herbs or garlic. Lately however I have been trying to move out of my comfort zone and experiment with some […]

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