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Well folks, I royally failed on getting this to you on time because it’s two days away from August, but I’m putting it up anyways because I feel like there are a lot of these that are going to be …

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Another month, and oh goodness are there goodies to collect from the farmers market! I love end of summer because the bounty is almost too good to be true. August means lots of tomatoes, all the fresh herbs, and tons …

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I wanted to share with you guys, finally, today George’s recipe for our delicious plum and bourbon cocktail from a few weeks back. This was the perfect cocktail to refresh you after a long, hot day – sweet and balanced …

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Well you guys, the dog days of summer are here, and that means more and more delicious ingredients are being harvested. I love when the harvest season comes and the vegetables and fruits seem stretched out for miles. Here’s what …

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It’s finally here, folks! Summertime, a season that always bring magic and sunshine and tans and iced cold drinks and hot dogs and endless twilights. This weekend the weather in Los Angeles was sliding above 90, and in my non-air …

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It is full-fledged stone fruit season. But what is a stone fruit, you wonder? It’s those delicious peaches, nectarines, apricots, plums, and cherries that are flooding your local farmer’s market and grocery store. Lucky for us, we have a couple …

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Corelyn and I headed to the Farmer’s Market to get some final summer bounty, and we were not disappointed. Along with the most beautiful tomatoes you’ve ever seen, there were the last of the stone fruits, peanuts purple okra, beautiful …

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I don’t know about where you are, but in Los Angeles, it is HOT HOT HOT. Because the heat has been so bad, I have been ignoring all my house duties (read: not cooking, or cleaning, or organizing…) and instead …

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It has¬†occurred¬†to me over the past few weeks that a) it is stonefruit season and b) many people don’t know about that classification and c) I’ve only ever written about peaches. Peaches! When there are nectarines and plums and apricots …

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