Gooey and Warm Roasted Tomato Cheesy Frittata

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During the week, I make the quickest breakfasts and lunches. And a lot of times, I like to make one thing and eat it for both meals. This fits that bill because the frittata holds perfectly until lunch time.

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Get on the Kick: Blackberry Brie Quesadilla

Brie and Blackberry Quesadilla

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I know I’m a little late to the party, but I’ve been on a quesadilla kick lately, churning out all kinds of flavor combinations from the depths of my fridge. This latest one was scraped together from some stale tortillas, some very ripe brie, and the last of the home-canned blackberry preserves I brought back from a recent trip to the Rockies.

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Fall-ing for Pumpkin Cheesecake Muffins

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I’m so excited about this recipe with you today. It is officially my first fall recipe and I’m super pumped about cooking and baking all the things over the next few months. I also can’t believe were almost officially in fall. I’m sort of in denial.

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Warm Your Belly with Almond Crusted Sole

Almond Crusted Sole

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While salmon and tilapia are the go-to staples in the seafood aisle, the oceans hold a trove of other fish. Sole is a flatfish that’s as delicious as it is easy to prepare. You may have tried it à la Meunière, but its svelte dimensions and supple flesh make it well suited for pan frying.

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Healthy Peach Tomato Shrimp Salad

Peach Tomato Shrimp Salad

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It’s not fall yet, though I have to admit that I did bake my first pumpkin item earlier this week (it involved cream cheese!) for this little blog right here and can’t wait to share it.

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Boost Your Green Intake with Avocado Edamame Salad

Avocado Edamame Salad

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Although edamame is most commonly served as an addictive appetizer, it’s actually an incredibly versatile ingredient that’s a good way to add color, umami and protein to a dish. Similarly avocado has become a bit of a one-trick pony lately with the whole avocado toast craze, but it makes for an awesome addition to pasta and is even up for being added to to a stir-fry. But before all of that, avocado was a humble salad ingredient that was occasionally mashed up into a popular dip.

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Seasonal Eggplant Parmesan Grilled Cheese

Eggplant Parmesan Grilled Cheese

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I know that I made something eggplant-y last week but eggplant is just too good right now. Late summer is when a lot of the summer produce is at its best but most people are trying to move on by now. Everyone is talking about pumpkin spice lattes and I’m so not ready and so not interested. Though I did perfect some crispy pumpkin waffles a few weeks ago and the flavor profile made my heart sing!

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Confetti of Colors in Tomato Fried Rice

Tomato Fried Rice

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Today I want to share with you my easy take on a modern Japanese classic called Omurice. Omurice is a portmanteau of Omelette + Rice because it involves wrapping fried rice in an omelette. It’s a popular dish with kids in Japan but wrapping fried rice in an unbroken sheet of egg can be a challenge for even the most experienced omelette maker.

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