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Tahini Kale Caesar Salad with Whole-Grain Croutons

Of all the cookbooks I’m sharing this summer, Love Real Food is one of the books I am most excited about. I’ve known Kathryne (aka Cookie + Kate) for years- she was one of the first bloggers I connected with, primarily because our styles of cooking were similar. It’s been exciting to watch her grow [...]

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Potato Beet Salad with White Beans

When doing creative work, it’s easy to start to feel in a rut. This was where I was for a good chunk of the last few months. I wasn’t feeling inspired and most recipes felt rather ‘meh’ to me (even though they were good!) I realized I needed to reassess how I was creating recipes [...]

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Let’s Hear it for Rationalization!

By Crabby McSlacker So yeah, I didn’t get around to writing a blog post this week, unless you want to try to count this one. Does it make sense that my turning 57 today somehow prevented me from posting something earlier in the week? No, it does not! It also …

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Harissa Roasted Cauliflower Salad Lemon-Avocado Dressing

Post sponsored by California Avocado. See below for more details. I have two different salad styles: light/easy and filling. Light and easy usually tend to be a solid side salad or lunch while the filling salads are meant for dinner. When M isn’t home, I’m usually making a salad that looks like it should feed [...]

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Spiced Chickpeas | Component Cooking

Given I don’t eat a lot of stand-in meat products, I rely heavily on legumes to be the star of my meals (and protein filler!) If you’ve hung around long enough on the site, you probably know that chickpeas are my favorite. These versatile legumes can transform into so many different meals and they soak [...]

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Spelt Spaghetti with Parsley and Garlic Oil

I’ve mentioned before on the site, I judge a cookbook by the recipes that appear simple. If a recipe developer cannot nail a recipe light on ingredients, I lose trust in the rest. It’s a fine balance when you have only a few ingredients- each one plays an important roll and too much of one [...]

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Cashew Carrot Ginger Noodles

I’ve taken a firm stance with my son- vegetables are not to be feared. I’m firmly against the idea of hiding vegetables in meals (my husband might say otherwise- but his firm stance on disliking squash isn’t good for me). Vegetables are something to be celebrated, something we should be excited to eat. I think so [...]

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Benefits of Kefir and Why You Should Drink It Every Day  

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Kefir isn’t at all a new product in the food world. However, it’s making waves thanks to all the benefits

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Lifetrak Zoom HRV Review

By Crabby McSlacker As a greedy, gadget-obsessed health blogger, I was pretty psyched to get the opportunity to review the Lifetrak Zoom HRV Zoom HRV activity tracker. (And, full disclosure: I got to keep it). The Zoom measures a wide variety of activity metrics from your wrist (or ankle, or …

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White Bean Pizza with Arugula Salad

I love playing with pizza combinations. I’m fairly certain if I had my own cafe, pizza/flatbreads would have to be on the menu because I have endless combinations to share. They are the perfect base for all seasons and with a little creativity, also for specific diets like gluten-free and vegan. This white bean pizza [...]

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