1. Spicy Cauliflower Caponata

    Broccoli’s albino cousin is having a real moment in the food world lately. 

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    tags:  caponata  cauliflower  vegan  vegan recipes  vegetarian  sweet and sour  italian  easy recipes 

  2. Beet Green Salad with Tahini-Lime Dressing

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    The end of peach season came with great sadness. But then beets moseyed their way on in as fall started. Most people toss the tops of beets, but the greens are actually quite hearty and full of fiber. I like them raw, but you can sauté or braise them if you find them to be a little too tough. 

    The number of people this recipe serves depends on what you use in the salad. This one was pretty hearty and serves about four if eaten as a full meal. 

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    tags:  tahini  vegan dressing  salad  protein  healthy recipes  peaches  avocado  chicken  farro 

  3. Chicken Under a Brick

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    I’d post to this site a lot more often if it was short on words and featured just the recipe. There might be some changes happening soon… 

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    tags:  chicken under a brick  brick chicken  chicken  grilled chicken  barbecue recipes  barbecue  chicken dinner  chicken recipes  grill recipes 

  4. Roasted Beets with Purslane Pesto

    Purslane is in season! WTF is purslane?

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    tags:  purslane  pesto  seasonal  beets  antioxidants  vegetarian  easyrecipes  hors d'oeuvre  purslane pesto 

  5. Pan-Seared Salmon with Parsley Yogurt Sauce

    I can have an astounding lack of motivation when it comes to making an elaborate meal after a long day of work on a weeknight, but I’ll never bust open a TV dinner. Why sacrifice quality when short on time or patience? Just make a simple, restaurant-quality dish that takes only minutes and won’t pump you full of sodium and preservatives. 

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    tags:  salmon  fish  seafood  easy recipes  healthy  healthy recipes  easy dinner  yogurt sauce 

  6. Peanut Butter and Jelly Bars

    As one evolves, so does one’s palate, making things that were gross during childhood delicious in adulthood, and vice versa. However, my relationship with a well-made PB&J is a love affair that has stood the test of time. But while the classic sandwich is a great lunchbox item, there are far more creative things you can do with those two ingredients.

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    tags:  peanut butter  jam  jelly  pbj  pbandj  dessert  almondflour  peanuts 

  7. Mango Couscous

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    (photo by Ben Baker)

    Mangoes were on sale for a zillion for ten bucks, and it wasn’t until I was sitting on the train with a crate full of mangoes that I realized that I needed to figure out what to do with them before they went bad. Luckily, Easter was on the horizon. 

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    tags:  mangoes  easter  couscous  vegan  vegetarian  side dishes  salad  oranges  mango  pine nuts  healthy 

  8. Gluten-Free Fusilli with Chicken in Lemon Ricotta Sauce

    When the word ‘pasta’ comes up, one usually visualizes it dressed in something buttery, something creamy, or something tomatoey. And while a hearty sauce is usually the element that makes the calorie count of a pasta dish skyrocket, it actually is possible to have a creamy, rich sauce without compromising the health factor. 

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    tags:  pasta  gluten free  rice pasta  ricotta  chicken breast  fusilli  fitness 

  9. Pappardelle with Pancetta in Butternut Squash Sauce

    When you’re living with a guy who’s never had beef or pork, it’s easy to forget that real bacon isn’t made of turkey. Just kidding. Once you’ve had real bacon, you know that nothing REALLY compares to the taste. It’s just a different kind of love. So when I had a couple of friends over for dinner recently, I decided to oink it up a bit and put some pork on our forks. 

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    tags:  pappardelle  pasta  pancetta  bacon  butternut squash  sage  pasta sauce  creamy sauce 

  10. Asian Slaw with Peanut Dressing

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    The addition of a Vitamix into our home (best Christmas present ever - thanks BF!!) has led to a major influx of smoothies and sauces into our diets. I’ve since become obsessed with making homemade peanut butter, but now that I have multiple jars of the stuff, I had to start getting creative with ways to us it. And in comes the slaw. 

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    tags:  slaw  asian  peanut  peanut butter  cabbage  soy sauce  thai  ginger  Side dishes  peanut dressing  vegan  vegetarian 

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