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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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I set out to make you another delicious pumpkin recipe…and then I went and added spinach, and then it turned green, and now I feel like maybe you won’t believe that it has pumpkin in it. But it does, I …

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Summer is slipping away over here on the west coast….are you losing it, too? In honor of one last great summer bounty at the farmer’s market, we decided to bring you a recipe to use up those zucchini, heirloom tomatoes, …

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Happy Tuesday, everyone, and happy National Lemonade Day! Today, we celebrate the wonderful drink that is Lemonade – and what’s not to love? Lemonade reminds everyone of summer, and fresh lemon juice, and whimsy, no? But, alas, Corelyn and I …

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I have a confession. I love Jamie Oliver. Moving to the UK has only amplified this love. He is my go-to for everything I could possibly want to make. On Jamie‚Äôs 15-Minute Meals a few weeks ago, Jamie prepared an …

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Check out Love Creative’s blog today, where this recipe is cross-posted for our friend Amanda while she’s off getting married! I am so happy to be blogging for Amanda while she’s off getting married! For my guest post, I wanted …

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Ever since Rebecca moved to London, we’ve been missing her desserts, great vegetarian dinners, but most of all: her famous dressing. (OK, and we miss her actual presence, too.) Whenever we make a salad for a crowd, we lament not …

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Melissa and I decided that we wanted to make hummus a few weeks back, but not just any hummus. Beet-red Hummus. And you guys, I swear it was so delicious! Beets are so pretty, and so delicious! But – beware, …

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You guys, I made sun tea this weekend and it took one minute to put together, and was so easy! All you need is water, and tea, and maybe mint. Oh, and the sun, but I bet that was implied? …

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The secret to a cold salad is a light, fresh dressing. Everything else is just mix and match. That’s the philosophy behind this pseudo-recipe, which we’re calling kitchen sink couscous because you can make it with whatever the contents of …

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