Make Miso Mushroom Stir-Fry

Miso Mushroom Stir-fry features a medley of miso, bok choy and brown rice.

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El Nino has officially hit Los Angeles and I am loving it. Well, I’m not loving the destruction that could possibly come but we really need the rain. The rain has inspired all sorts of cozy food ideas but those will come later. First, something healthy.

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Put Together a Bowl of Garlic Miso Chicken

Garlic Miso Chicken only takes ten minutes to make, and features sake in the sauce.

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With the holidays finally over, I’m busy making plans for 2016 and haven’t had as much time to spend in the kitchen as I’d like. Thankfully I have trusty standbys like this garlic miso chicken to fall back on. It only takes about 10 minutes to put together, but thanks to the miso and garlic, it packs a pungent wallop of flavor.

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Make Simple Stuffed Mushrooms

Simple Stuffed Mushrooms recipe

On Monday I start one of those dreadful cleanses. I won’t be able to have anything fun, including dairy, gluten, cheese…you name it. In preparation for this terrible time, I’m eating everything delicious under the sun. These super simple stuffed mushrooms are always the thing I make when I need to make something fun and tasty for a large group.

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Create a Vegan Greek Salad

Vegan Greek Salad recipe

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Whether you’re vegan or not, this delightfully light take on the classic Greek Horiatiki Salata is simple and delicious. The “feta” is made with firm tofu, which I marinated in lemon juice, nutritional yeast and salt. The salt in the marinade not only brines the tofu, it also draws out water from the tofu, giving it the crumbly texture of feta. The lemon juice adds the requisite tangy taste, and the nutritional yeast brings the umami and barnyard funk typical of sheep’s milk cheese.

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Bake Mini Gingerbread Cakes

Mini Gingerbread Cakes recipe

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I’m not sure I’ve ever been so excited for a holiday break. My plan is to do nearly nothing! Except of course watch a lot of television in my pajamas, spend some quality with the family and I might, might attempt making tamales.

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Prepare Chicken Mushroom Gyoza

Chicken Mushroom Gyoza recipe

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Gyoza, derived from the Chinese dumpling Jiaozi, are a popular Japanese dumpling that’s both steamed and pan-fried. This gives these potstickers a crisp golden brown bottom and slick noodle-like top, which is like having both a fried dumpling and steamed dumpling all in one bite!

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Make Celery Root and Pear Soup

Celery Root and Pear Soup recipe

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I’m currently under a million blankets watching Little Women and shopping online since I’m the worst holiday shopper in the world.

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Mash Together a Kabocha Salad for a Simple Side Dish

Kabocha Cream Cheese Salad recipe

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This Kabocha pumpkin and cream cheese salad is a delicious side dish for a holiday meal. Although it only has four ingredients and comes together in about ten minutes, its stunning hue and make-ahead nature, make it perfect for any potlucks you have coming up.

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