Lunchtime-Ready Corn and Tomato Soba Noodles

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When I went to Japan, soba noodles were my absolute favorite meal. They were light and refreshing and something I felt like I could eat over and over and over. I’m going to be honest, when I came back to the United States, I told myself that I’ll never eat soba noodles here again because they’ll never ever compete with the ones in Japan. And I was right. But I couldn’t stay away for that long!

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Refreshing Mushroom and Shishito Lettuce Wraps

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It’s currently averaging around 97 degrees F every single day in the part of Los Angeles where I live. By 3pm, I’m spent. But I’m still hungry, yet I can’t even think to actually eat something that doesn’t feel on the lighter side. These lettuce wraps have found their way into my rotation because they’re super flavorful, feel light and are still super satisfying.

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Quick Tasty Watermelon Halloumi Salad

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My favorite cheese…wait, let me start over. My favorite Summertime cheese is definitely halloumi. I would describe halloumi as a salty cheese, similar to mozzarella, but with a harder more squeaky texture. The best part about the cheese is that it grills or pan-sears like a dream.

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Grill Pizza for Extra Flavor

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Grilled pizza… this pizza is not without stress. But it tastes oh so good and it cooks in 5 minutes flat.

One trick— I’ve found— to glorious grilled pizza is prepare, prepare, prepare! Get all of your ingredients together and prepped. Rub the pizza dough with olive oil and then place it on the grill. When it starts to bubble, you’ll know it’s done and then flip!

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Easy and Delicious Elote Pasta

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I used to live in Echo Park, which is maybe my favorite neighborhood in all of Los Angeles. I used to walk to the lake and walk around with my dog. And while I usually wouldn’t carry my purse or anything like that, I would always make sure to carry a few dollars so I could get elote from one of the vendors selling street corn. It is SO good. It’s simple, too. A bit of crema, cayenne, lime juice on charred, freshly grilled corn.

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Chilling with a Watermelon Bourbon Cocktail

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Watermelon is my favorite thing about summer. I know that sounds dramatic but it’s really true. I could eat it every single day of my life and never tire of how refreshing and tasty it is. While I love watermelon, I’m a bit picky about the texture. It needs to be crisp and perfect. The sweetness needs to be there too. Sometimes I’ll buy two watermelons and one will be a bit on the mealier side. When this happens, some would maybe just throw it out, but I would never do that!

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Homemade Hummus That’s So Easy To Snack On

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I eat hummus ALL THE TIME. I’ve been making mine from scratch for a few years now and I realize I’ve never shared a recipe!

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Cool Down With Cashew Chocolate Fudgesicles

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For the past couple of weeks I’ve been making popsicles over and over. It’s been warm this entire month (hi Summer) and it’s made me super happy to have these in the fridge waiting for me whenever I want something cold and delicious.

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