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It’s October. I am sick of the weather being 95 degrees, and I am ready to turn off the AC. At some point, the weather will oblige, but until then I am ignoring the weather and making soup every Sunday …

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As you know, it doesn’t get that cold that often in LA, so when it does, I always want to make a big batch of soup and cozy up on the couch with tea galore. Well, this past weekend it …

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Hey y’all – here’s my first breakfast in bed post of the year! Starting off with a creative kick for Joie de Vivre, I wanted to bring you a different kind of breakfast in bed recipe today – Banh Mi …

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Chickens, it’s cold in Chicago. And will be, for several months. Enjoy that sunshine if you’ve got it. Over here, when things are cold and gray, we warm up with comfort food. This time it was in the form of …

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Happy New Year, everyone! Rolling into 2015, we know that everyone wants to put their best foot forward and try their hardest to meet their goals. Whether you want to eat healthier, cook more, spend less, or simply be aware …

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We love soup, and we love that it can be so versatile. It is easy to put together, you can change it up every time you make it depending on what you’re in the mood for, and is one of …

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Can you believe that Thanksgiving is in just two days? We are so excited to be so close to our favorite holiday of the year! In case you’ve missed our posts over the past few weeks, here’s a recap of …

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Yesterday, we gave you a savory alternative to a tired Thanksgiving staple with our herb crusted fall veggie mash. Now, it’s time for something a little less on the nose. If the sweet potato casserole is already claimed by another guest at …

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Although it’s cooled off in Los Angeles, and I have heard from afar other people are still getting snow, I am determined that spring is coming and everyone will have sunshine soon. To help you out until that’s a reality, …

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Cauliflower, believe it or not, is somewhat in vogue right now. Not only is it a cruciferous vegetable, which means it packs a wealth of health benefits, but it’s also incredibly versatile. It can be grilled, roasted, sauteed, or pureed …

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