Recipe: Blue Cheese Deviled Eggs

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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Recipe: Shaved Brussels Sprout Slaw with Sesame Ginger Dressing, Pumpkin Seeds and Pomegranate

    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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Recipe: Butternut Squash, Sage, and Caramelized Onion Flatbread with Balsamic Glaze (Gluten-free)

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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Recipe: Spicy Shakshuka with Harissa

  My friend Johnson has a shirt that says, “I put ketchup on my ketchup.” Raised in the Midwest, Brock is a BBQ sauce connoisseur naturally. My dad loves himself a good dash of hot sauce at every meal, especially that smokey chipotle Tabasco. I fancy myself a mustard lover. Give me a Dijon or whole […]

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Recipe: Collard Green Wraps with Brown Rice and Vegetables

  After going to the Santa Monica Farmer’s Market for nearly a decade, I’m still shocked to be discovering new fruits and veggies to fall in love with. I’m just smitten by mother nature’s fine work. And that variety, dang! I love sharing those new finds too. That’s the main reason I started creating food […]

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Recipe: Slow Roasted Cherry Tomatoes with Za’atar

  Tomato season is in full swing and when they are this sweet, a simple preparation is all you need. I’m sharing one of my favorite ways to enjoy them right now. I’m roasting them low and slow, which just cooks them enough to concentrate their flavors. The dash of za’atar (a middle eastern spice blend […]

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Recipe: Basic Crock Pot Ayocote Blanco Beans

Make all the musical fruit jokes you want, but I think a pot of slow cooked beans is a sexy, soulful thang. The insides are all creamy and the pot broth liquor is savory and velvety, rich. Because a good thing can’t be rushed, cook them slow and low. This makes for a satisfying and effortless […]

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Recipe: Healthy Avocado Toast

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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Post-collage Root Vegetable + Lentil Soup

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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Recipe: Edamame Hummus

It was a real scorcher this weekend, so I did that thing where I do everything I can to keep the place from getting swampy, and I “cook” without turning on the stove or oven. This edamame hummus is a good place to start. Super simple. Packed with good stuff. Nutritious and delicious. Ingredients: 12 […]

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