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Chicken, Spinach and Pumpkin in Coconut Broth

I really I don’t know what to call this. I’ve been living in Peru these last months and have had a “kitchen” the last few. I say “kitchen” because I have a stove with 2 burners, a mini fridge, and … Continue reading

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Roasted Raddichio, Celery, Walnut and Goat Cheese Salad

I wrote this over 3 years ago and apparently never hit send. This salad was originally inspired by a roasted chicory salad from 24 Diner in Austin, Texas. I would have never ordered such a salad (as I do not … Continue reading

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Apple Almond Cake

I love this cake. Love it so much that I’ve made a version of it almost every week for the past month. Plus after having not written here for months and months I wanted to be sure to post something … Continue reading

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Pasta with Swiss Chard, Beet Greens, and Pecorino

While in Los Angeles with family this spring my sister brought over leftovers from a catering gig. She had deliciously chopped and stewed greens to put with aioli on baguette slices. I couldn’t stop dipping my crackers into the aioli … Continue reading

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Lamb and Beef Meatballs with Lemon

This past spring I was on a meatball mission. Since they so frequently have breadcrumbs I rarely get to them out at restaurants. I made a dozen variations and finally settled on this as the all-around favorite inspired by Jerusalemjerusalem. … Continue reading

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Roasted Butternut Squash and Cauliflower with Walnuts, Pomegranate, and Tahina

It’s been awhile. Quite awhile. I have a long list of recipes on post-its around the house but this one tops the list and is timely for this winter season. The proportion of vegetables can be varied according to your … Continue reading

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Vegan Vanilla Frosting

For the chocolate sheet cake I wanted a simple white frosting. This is great for decorating with: food coloring, coconut, nuts, sprinkles… It’s simple enough to host each of those and it’s tasty enough to stand on its own. This … Continue reading

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