Back in 2010, when I invested in spendy masticating juicer, I really wondered if it was a worthy investment. Would it pay for itself? Would I even use it or would it be relegated to the garage (aka the land where things go to be forgotten about FOREVER)? Well, I’m happy to report that […]

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Recipe: Pumpkin Beignets

I recently heard on a podcast that your tastebuds begin developing in utero, which is pretty crazy but explains a lot. My parents owned a doughnut shop when my mom was carrying me, which could WELL explain my penchant for fried dough, especially a perfect raised doughnut or apple fritter.  (Side note: my dad says apple […]

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    A well-cooked turkey makes the perfect centerpiece for your Thanksgiving table. By well-cooked, I mean juicy, flavorful, moist (sorry!) with a nice crispy skin. To combat dryness, I’ve made a butter, Dean’s Ranch Dip, and herb compound to inject flavor into the breast and keep it succulent. You have to get it all under the […]

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Up until a few years ago, Brock didn’t eat eggs, which meant I didn’t cook a whole lot of eggs. Well now he’s seen the light and enjoys a runny yolk as much as I do (a lot!). I’m giving thanks for his food revelation with this recipe for deviled eggs as part of my […]

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I’m always bummed out that I don’t get to be with my family up north for Thanksgiving any more; it’s just too far to travel for the weekend, especially so close to Christmas. I know you hear me. A lot of my friends in LA are transplants too, so we end up doing a friendsgiving […]

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    For a spicy twist on a Thanksgiving classic, I’m adding Dean’s Sriracha Dip to my classic baked macaroni and cheese recipe. It adds just the right amount of creaminess with a little spice. It’s the kind of heat that makes you you want to keep eating it vs. burning your taste buds off. Feel […]

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    Thanksgiving can end up being a pretty heavy, food coma-inducing meal, so I like to balance it out with a little freshness. Instead of roasting my Brussels Sprouts this year, I kept them raw and crisp for this slaw with pumpkins seeds and pomegranate. The secret here is to shave the Brussels Sprouts […]

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With Thanksgiving coming up I should be blogging about pumpkin pies and turkey, but here I am sharing a salad recipe. It’s so silly of me, but this is one I shot/wrote a while back during the tail-end of kumquat season, saved a draft and never shared. Well, better late than never! This one is […]

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With the holidays right around the corner, I’ve started testing a few fall-inspired recipes for Thanksgiving. And since the weather is FINALLY offering a little reprieve, I’m cranking the oven up–way up–for this post! Since many of my friends are gluten-intolerant, I’m always researching gluten-free dishes that don’t compromise on flavor or texture. Pamela’s sent me their […]

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I love to feed people. Mind, body, and soul. This has a lot to do with my parents, who are the most gracious hosts. Have you eaten yet? Are you thirsty? Even if you’re neither of the two, the chances are that my mom will start nudging food your way and my dad will pour you […]

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