These tacos might be my favorite new thing because they’re really a marriage of two of my favorite Mexican foods — tacos and quesadillas. I thought about calling them taco-dillas but griddled tacos seemed way more sophisticated especially when you think how that results in toasty tortillas, melty cheese, and all around goodness.
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It’s the little things. Like, say, no traffic on the way across town.
In a city like Los Angeles, that only comes a few times a year and means that gridlocked commutes become breezes. This last weekend was a kismet intersection of Passover, Easter, and Spring Break that allowed the traffic gods to look kindly upon those of us who stayed in town. And I’m not complaining about staying in LA because this city is a whole other animal when you have it to yourself (or you and only 1 million other people, but who’s counting).
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An update to the classic Persian dish, fesanjan or walnut-pomegranate braised chicken
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A seasonal, vegetarian flatbread with sauteed broccoli rabe, caramelized onions, balsamic, ricotta, and Parmesan cheese.
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A healthy winter salad of mango, kale, feta, and orange juice.
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The classic spinach and ricotta shell pasta recipe amped up with the addition of spicy chorizo.
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This month’s Pretty. Easy. is a healthy, wholesome vegetarian recipe for Sweet Potato and Black Bean Chipotle Chili.
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A super simple recipe for saffron and lime grilled beef kebabs like my friend’s mother made when I was growing up.
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A recipe for Spicy White Bean and Chicken Chili that’s perfect when you have house guests during the colder months.
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