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Roasted Five-Spice Pumpkin Soup

Post in partnership with Frontier Co-op. See below for more details. One of my favorite items to use during the fall season is pumpkin. I’m not talking about the creamy puree you buy in a can but rather the actual pumpkin. In fact, it’s easy to roast as you would any other winter squash. In [...]

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Root Vegetable Hash Egg Skillet

When we go out for weekend brunch, I usually end up ordering what some may consider the least exciting breakfast: eggs and potatoes. I have a love of all things potatoes which has manifested into a few different potato/egg recipes. For example, this pesto potato skillet and this smoked paprika egg bake to name a [...]

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The Deception of “Lose Weight Fast” Plans (And What You Can Do About It)

Looking to jumpstart fat loss? Here are four questions you should ask to diagnose why you are stuck, and the solutions that will help you break out of your rut.

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Roasted Beet Salad with Herbs and Spinach

As the days get shorter, it’s sometimes harder to motivate myself to cook. I’m somewhere in between the light summer dinners and hearty, cozy meals for snowy nights. This roasted beet salad is the perfect balance and usually where I land. It’s simple, with an elegant, restaurant-like feel. But what I love most is the [...]

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Root Vegetable Pot Pie

I have a weakness for pot pies. There’s a memory that I can still picture, sitting in my grandmother’s kitchen, smell of the pot pie in the oven. It’s comforting to me and one of the reasons I love making pot pies. This root vegetable version has quite a few ingredients but is primarily just [...]

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Enchilada Skillet with Eggs

Post in partnership with Muir Glen Organic. See below for more details. I love breakfast, but sometimes I get stuck in ruts. Breakfast is a low key event and my family is okay with that. As a result, we make oatmeal every weekday and most weekend mornings. When oatmeal won’t do the trick, it’s scrambled [...]

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Stuffed Delicata with Chimichurri Black Beans

One of my goals every fall is to cook my way through all the hard squashes. Each one is so unique and versatile that it’s a shame to stop with butternut squash. Outside of butternut, delicata is one of my favorites. That’s because it cooks quickly and my favorite part is that there is no [...]

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Mama Rachel’s Hospital of Mercy in Imus, Cavite, Philippines

    Amoebic colitis “The E. histolytica parasite can cause inflammation of the lining of your gut (intestines). This condition is known as amoebic colitis. ‘Colitis’ is a general term used for inflammation of the lining of the large intestine (the colon). ‘Amoebic’ refers to the fact that the colitis …

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Roasted Rutabaga Pasta with Cashew Sauce

I have a weak spot for creamy pasta. It’s on the short list of my favorite comfort foods. When I started my cooking journey, one of the first things I taught myself to make was a perfect Alfredo sauce. Ever since, it’s branched out from there. More recently, I’ve been excited about this lemon cream [...]

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Root Vegetable Cassoulet

Whenever I make a vegetarian version of a meat-based staple, I’m hesitant to use the same name. They aren’t the same thing and really shouldn’t be compared. However, the idea and inspiration shine through, especially in the recipe. This root vegetable cassoulet is stewed and hearty, echoing it’s meat counterpart. In place of the meat, [...]

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