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Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016

New Year…New Salads

Although the winter season is typically when food magazines trumpet the making and eating of stews, soups, roasts, and other hearty, bone-warming dishes; I find that it’s the time when I’m most craving salads. Maybe it’s the lack of direct … Continue reading

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Friday, December 11th, 2015

Listen to this.

  Perhaps you’re familiar with StoryCorps? It’s an organization that collects poignant narrations (tagline: “Every story matters”) recorded by everyday Americans and then archived in the Smithsonian. Stories of relationships, family, love, loss…all amazing Every Friday morning, NPR features one of these stories, … Continue reading

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Wednesday, November 25th, 2015

Be Extra Nice to Those Visiting Relatives and Make Them This For Breakfast

If your house is about to be filled with a happy, hungry horde of relatives—arriving to celebrate the holidays and fill you house with joy, laughter and uncomfortable nonpartisan political discussions—then you’ve probably already begun the preparations for a Thanksgiving feast. And … Continue reading

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Wednesday, November 4th, 2015

Food For Thought: The Hack and Writing Cookbooks!

I’m in the midst of recipe testing for my second cookbook—Yes, there will be a follow-up to KEEPERS! My co-author and I are writing a new book of weeknight meals (with a twist…) for Abrams Books, which is a wonderful … Continue reading

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Thursday, October 22nd, 2015

Fall Salads…They’re A Thing

There’s frost on the garage roof, my ratty Uggs (the ones I swore I’d never buy) are out of storage, and the neighborhood is bedecked with hearty mums—all of which means only one thing…we’re officially in full out fall! I’m … Continue reading

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