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    holiday times + a recipe: roasted yam bowl with fresh greens & a tahini-miso dressing

    In October we went to San Diego and I’m still dreaming of sunny hot weather and swimming in the ocean. It’s now ten days into December and I really should be thinking of what to bake, what to buy and…

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    unfussy eats: chickpea veggie bowl with lemon tahini dressing

    Please ignore the bad photos because they do not convey the deliciousness contained within! Bowl eating is my kind of food. A bunch of stuff, usually a mix of vegetables and grains, get mixed into a bowl and covered in…

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    decadent mornings: salted nutty brown butter granola

    To me, granola has always included warm, toasty spices like cinnamon and nutmeg. Oats and those wintery spices were like one big warm hug of deliciousness. But I’ve heard rumblings of people not liking spices in their granola. That to…

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    tastes like spring: rhubarb-raspberry crumb squares

    Today is my birthday. It’s sunny out and the whole weekend promises warm weather and good times. I started the day with a strong coffee and this rhubarb-raspberry crumb bar. It’s full of oats and fruit so it’s breakfast in…

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    rummies everywhere rejoice: easy french rum cake

    I went jean shopping a little while ago and bought a pair of jeans. I loved them so much that I went back and bought a second pair. I do that a lot – find something I love and buy…

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    quick comfort meal: pasta with cabbage & leeks

    This is my take on haluski, a traditional Polish dish made with pasta and cabbage – a perfect weeknight meal because it all comes together quickly. And it’s?affordable?(uh, cabbage!)?that probably uses ingredients that you’ve got hidden away in the fridge…

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    it takes two: one pot mujadara with mashed coconut yams

    Nearly six years ago (whoa, has it been that long?) I made koshary, a dish that involved lentils, rice and pretty much every single pot I had at my disposal. The meal was tasty, but it was a lot of…

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    singapore-style noodles with chicken, peppers & basil….and a Mark Bittman cookbook giveaway!!

    I remember the first time I ate singapore noodles. I was in university and out for lunch with my then-boyfriend. Most of my Chinese food experience by that point was by way of mall food courts as a teenager. My…

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