A recipe for gingerade (aka ginger tea) that’s my go-to drink for beating the heat.
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A Sangria recipe made with the top cherries of the season, cherry juice, and berry-flavored Chambord liqueur.
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A simple summer grilling recipe for cocoa-rubbed pork tenderloin with a spicy cherry salsa.
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A Birthday Ice Cream Cake made with a modern take on the tin roof sundae combo of chocolate, peanuts, and vanilla ice cream.
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It’s that time of the year when some of us have ditched our healthy eating New Year’s resolutions while others are still attempting to hold on with dear life.
I’m in that second group and am doing my best to eat clean and healthy — with the help of a ton of lighter soups, healthy grains, and wintry salads. I know, when I write winter salads, you’re probably saying, “oh, great, that’s sure to be boring,” but it really doesn’t have to be that way.
My search for an interesting seasonal salad combined with my recent time in Hawaii led me to create this green salad topped with some seared miso-marinated tofu. It’s meatless, healthy, and made with ingredients available (to most of us) throughout the winter. The element that separates it from other, more predictable salads is the misoyaki tofu. Here I used the marinade with tofu but, if you’re not a fan, you could use it with salmon, tuna, or chicken. But, another resolution of mine has been to eat less meat so meatless sources of protein like tofu and I have become close friends.
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I’m, like, totally a child of the 80s. For proof, look no futher than my first shoe purchase — a pair of pink jellies – and my first concert — the Los Angeles stop of the Bad world tour. Oh, the fact I was all but addicted to Jello-O pudding pops. My parents actually wouldn’t keep them in the…
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