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    Chinese Sausage – What It Is and How to Use It

    I drop a few slices of Chinese sausage into any dish that could use a rich salty-sweet punch. It goes with everything and lasts forever in the fridge, making it a true lifesaver for me and my stubborn inability to plan meals ahead of time. It can be steamed or crisped in a pan, then […] More

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    Greek Turkey Burgers

    These Greek Turkey Burgers, mixed with Kalamata olives, feta, and spinach,combine all my favorite Greek flavors and can be served with or without the bun. Greek Turkey Burgers These Greek Turkey Burgers are so flavorful, and I love that they can be served two different ways. Serve them on a toasted whole wheat bun with […] More

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    When Did Recipe Writing Get So…Whitewashed?

    When I was writing Indian-ish there was a constant tension between me and my mother where she felt it was insane to ask someone to measure out a half cup of cilantro to garnish a bowl of dal. I kept asking things like, “Is that a medium tomato or a small tomato?” My mom would […] More

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    Yum Nua (Thai Beef Salad)

    This recipe was excellent. A simple and delicious summer lunch. We served it on a bed of arugula and subbed out the beef for shrimp. Highly recommend! JWBaierWashington, DC07/27/20 Yum nua? Um, no-uh. Bris, this is far from your best recipe. I appreciate the effort, and am eagerly waiting for your next conviction. AnonymousBristol 07/24/20 […] More

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    Vegetarian Pan Pizza With Lots of Greens

    Meanwhile, make the sauce. Purée tomatoes, tomato paste (if using), salt, anchovies (if using), garlic, and 2 tsp. oil in a food processor, blender, or a medium bowl with an immersion blender. It should look smooth and lighter in color. Season sauce with pepper. If sauce tastes super acidic, stir in sugar. (If using tomato […] More

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    Crustless Quiche Lorraine

    This easy Crustless Quiche Lorraine with bacon and Gruyere is a lighter take on the classic, made lighter without the crust. Crustless Quiche Lorraine I love making crustless quiche for weekend brunches. They are so simple to make. Plus, since there’s no crust, not only is it healthier, but it’s also quicker to prepare. You […] More

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    This Apple Cider Vinegar Has Changed My Salad Game for Good

    This is Highly Recommend, a column dedicated to what people in the food industry are obsessed with eating, drinking, and buying right now. I’ve always had a soft spot for sour things. As a kid, I snacked on lemon wedges, horrifying my parents and dentists alike. I’ve since stopped for the sake of my enamel […] More

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    Piquette Is White Claw for Wine Lovers

    When it comes to day drinking, I’m all about “maintaining,” which is simple, at least in theory: The goal is to maintain a nice buzz rather than getting hammered and waking up the next day feeling like you ate a burrito filled with regret (spoiler: YA PROBABLY DID). But maintaining is not as easy in […] More

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    Fresh Mint Chip Frozen Yogurt

    This mint chip frozen yogurt recipe from the Sprouted Kitchen Cookbook is brilliant. The recipe combines two parts Greek yogurt with one part cream to make a luscious mint-blasted treat. I shared this gem of a recipe back in 2012 and noticed a lot of you were still searching for it this summer. I thought […] More

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    7 Day Healthy Meal Plan (July 27-Aug 2)

    posted July 25, 2020 by Gina A free 7-day, flexible weight loss meal plan including breakfast, lunch and dinner and a shopping list. All recipes include calories and updated WW Smart Points. 7-Day Healthy Meal Plan If you are a zucchini lover or gardener who has an abundance ready to pick–you will LOVE this weeks […] More

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