For this month’s Last Fridays, Lillian cooked up a twist on a classic with this Pickled Celery Deviled Eggs recipe.
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On this week’s episode of Domestic Partners, we’re sharing our tips for a perfect game day, a recipe for Chipotle Guacamole, and practicing our football moves.
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As part of my week of healthy back-to-school ideas, here is a simple dairy-free chocolate pudding recipe that’s so unbelievably good, everyone can enjoy.
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In case I haven’t made it clear, I have major love for chickpeas. Their nutty, sweet taste is thoroughly addictive, which is why I use them everywhere from salads and stews to veggie burritos and sliders. So you can imagine how jazzed I was the first time I tried fried chickpeas. When I was working in…
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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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A few of my favorite reads from this week of internet explorations…
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Come January the Fancy Food Show takes over San Fran as 1,000s of brands set up shop to tout their wares and push their free samples. Some products are brand new, others are old favorites, some just jumping on the trend bandwagon, and still others are downright absurd. It’s tons to sift through but after tasting the good, the gross, and the scary, I settled on a few worthy products. Keep an eye out for these foods as they become increasingly popular in the year ahead:
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If food is the international language, then snacks are like slang: they show you the unique idiosyncrasies of the local culture in shorthand. In India the snacking slang is made up of lots of salty stuff; no big mystery as they’ve got a long history of salty, fried food (you know, samosas, papads, gol gappas,…
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