The IT Summer Dessert: Blackberry Coconut Popsicles

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I have strong opinions about popsicles.

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Finally Vegan Salisbury Steaks Full of Flavor

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“Tofu” and “Flavorful” aren’t two words you often hear together unless there’s a “not” in between them, but these Vegan Salisbury Steaks are about as flavorful as they come. I used my vegan ground meat made from frozen tofu as the base for these because it has a porous texture like cooked ground beef, absorbing flavors like a sponge.

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Escape the Heat with Cantaloupe Margaritas

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We’re gearing up for a wretched heatwave in Los Angeles and I’m preparing to do some serious outdoor eating and drinking. I’m currently in the midst of planning a big lobster/crab/shrimp boil. Have you guys ever thrown one before? If you have any tips, please share!

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A New Way to Pair Fig and Gouda: In a Quesadilla

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There’s nothing novel about pairing figs and gouda, but stuffing them both between two tortillas that crisp into a flakey buttery crust, takes the classic combo to all new heights. It may sound simple enough to do, but it took a non-standard approach to quesadilla making to get the result I was looking for.

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Make at Home Breakfast Tostadas

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I know this sounds a little strange, but I’d take a tostada over a taco any day of the week. I love tacos, but I REALLY love tostadas. I think I like the crunch part the best. It’s almost like nachos but in more of a personalized form.

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Sweeten Your Patriotic Meal with Strawberry Barbecue Sauce

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At 241 years old, the US is still a relatively young country, but that doesn’t mean we have any shortage of national traditions. Eating red, white and blue foods to commemorate Independence Day is a fun food tradition that I always take on as a culinary challenge. Last year, I showed you how to make a red, white and blueberry potato salad.

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Caesar Salad in Tacos?! Simply Delicious.

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You might be giving me a bit of side-eye because I put a salad in tacos and this is definitely one of those NOT traditional recipes. But I think it works…hear me out. Caesar salad actually was invented in Mexico. There are a lot of disputes about this but it definitely makes sense that it’s Mexican. I visited Cabo San Lucas last year and really wanted to head to the place that invented the caesar salad but wasn’t able to—it was a huge bummer.

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10 Minute Kimchi Bean Sprouts

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This super-low-effort kimchi bean sprout stir-fry comes together in about 10 minutes from just a handful of ingredients that require very little prep. With savory tender pork, spicy pungent kimchi and crunchy bean sprouts, it’s an umami packed festival of colors, flavors and textures that tastes like it took a lot more effort to make.

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