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Soba Noodles with Fresh Veggies

Soba noodles are my favorite noodles, just in case you were curious. I’m not as into Italian pasta unless I’m in Italy, which is almost never. I created this soba noodles with fresh [...]

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My Favorite Green Smoothie (Right Now)

If I was to tell you that I had an all-time favorite smoothie, I might be lying to you. The truth is, I usually get a little fixated on a smoothie for awhile, calling it my favorite green [...]

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Grown-Up Vegan Mac N’Cheese

Nothing says comfort food quite like Mac N’ Cheese, although I think as adults we like to think we’ve grown out of that sort of thing. To that I say, never grow up. Never be too old [...]

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Simple, Savory Barley Bowl

Lately I’ve been making more meals just for me. Nathan has had a funky schedule and the kids always have a weird eating schedule, so I’ve been eating solo more often than not. Which [...]

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Green Goddess Soup

Spring has officially sprung in the northern hemisphere. The trees are starting to leaf out with those gorgeous bright baby green leaves. Flowers are starting to poke through the dry, [...]

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Clean Out the Fridge Vegetable Soup

I’ve always thought vegetable soup is a little boring and too watery for my taste. I generally avoid it if vegetable soup is an option when I go out to eat. And because I’ve never [...]

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Cheesy Brussels Sprouts and Kale

When I was a kid, no one ever made me eat brussels sprouts, but I still had the same weird fear and hatred of brussels sprouts that most kids have. I remember once going to a friends house to [...]

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Savory Black Beans with Butternut Squash and Red Rice

A few weeks ago, I held my annual Winter Retreat at Blue Mountain Retreat Center. The food is always amazing and each time I teach there, I come away with new inspiration for my own kitchen [...]

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Cozy Cauliflower and Butternut Squash Curried Stew

Another week, another stew. Winter is here and a deep chill has settled over the entire country this week. It’s snowing in places it never or very infrequently snows. The weather is [...]

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Spicy Black-Eyed Pea Stew

Berbere spice. If you’ve never heard of this spice, it’s likely you’ve never had Ethiopian food. I grew up in the suburbs of Washington DC, which has the largest Ethiopian [...]