This is a simple and quick Roasted Tomato, Kale, Sausage, and Potato Soup recipe that we’ve been cooking in my family for years.
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My friends at Citygram digital magazine out of Austin asked me to contribute to their 2nd issue which just came out. Check it out for news on Austin and for details on my Charred Jalapeño and Cilantro Carrot Margarita recipe.
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A recipe for gingerade (aka ginger tea) that’s my go-to drink for beating the heat.
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For this month’s Make Your Own project, the topic is kumquats. Make the most of the all too short kumquat season by candying them with this uber simple recipe.
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In honor of my best friend’s bachelorette this weekend, I’m making this Sparkling Pear and Tamarind cocktail recipe.
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My latest twist on Chicken Noodle soup made with soba and miso.
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This is one of those fall salads that I keep come back to time and again for anything from entertaining to eating alone.
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School keeps starting earlier and earlier each year, but I still think of Labor Day as the official back-to-school kickoff. That’s why I’m dedicating this week to school-worthy (make ahead and transportable) kid-friendly recipes that are healthy and (mostly) vegetarian. I cooked these recipes today for a family-friendly picnic at the Los Angeles-based food fest, The Taste and while they’re fab eaten together, they’re also great on their own.
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