I’m not a vegan or a raw foodist, but I have  dabbled in raw vegan cooking. I even recipe tested this book back in the day. So when Meredith Baird invited me to attend her Raw Vegan Detox at Matthew Kenney Culinary, I immediately said yes. I mean, you obviously can’t/don’t say no to learning from a raw […]

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The other day my friend Dave asked me what I would choose for my last meal if I could choose anything. As somebody who thinks about food a lot, it still stumped me. The easy answer would be the something outrageously expensive, indulgent, and decadent. Something along the lines of uni topped with foie gras […]

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  This saffron pasta recipe is a nice twist on a classic. The vibrant yellow and red flecks from the saffron threads make it extra pretty. I polled Instagram in this post and most comments agreed that with a simple cream, butter, or olive oil sauce would be best to let the pasta shine. I […]

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I’m not a vegan, but I do get a kick out of “veganizing” things if it makes them a wee-bit more nutritious. For example, one tablespoon of chia seeds (packed full of Omega-3s) plus three tablespoons of water work well as an egg replacement in baked goods and bready things, like these blue corn pancakes […]

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If you’ve ever wondered what happens to my food collages after I photograph them, wonder no longer. The answer is that I eat them up. Every last scrap. If I’m making a morning food collage, the food often ends up in a frittata. It’s already prepped and ready to go straight from collage to skillet. […]

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This is a great go-to green juice for regular and newbie juicers alike. It’s nutritious and delicious without being too “green” or bitter. I’ll admit to making a few juice combinations that have tasted like poison (aka VERY detoxifying). I  use ginger and turmeric interchangeably here depending on what I have on hand. They’ve both […]

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  I’m working with the good folks at Free People to share what’s in season all over the country–not just my little sunny nook–each month. Look out for the post and photos the first week the month. Here are the photos from December and January. I’ve also turned the December pomegranate-citrus-persimmon collage into a fine […]

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  Happy 2014, everyone! I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season. I spent time  in Kansas and Northern California for Christmas and  Mammoth for New Years. I usually snowboard in Mammoth, but with the less-than-ideal snow situation, I decided to explore other non-skiing and non-snowboarding activities and discovered lots of fun stuff that I wanted […]

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Did I ever tell you guys that Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday? It’s all about the food and the gratitude. All good things. I hope you had a wonderful, belly busting, delicious, and joyous Thanksgiving holiday. I ate a little–okay a lot–too much, so I know I did. I hosted a Thanksgiving dinner/potluck at the […]

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  If you’re hosting, potlucking, or doing any sort of eating for Turkey day, then I’ve got your perfect side dish! I always host a gaggle of vegetarians and pescatarians, so it’s all about the sides. You won’t miss the Turkey with this roasted delicata squash and Israeli couscous salad. It is hearty and fresh–from […]

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