Rouille: An Essential Topping for Your Next Slice of Bread

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Creamy, mildly spicy and redolent of garlic, Rouille is a French sauce that’s somewhere between Aiolli and Romesco. How it’s made varies widely depending on where you happen to be from, but it generally contains olive oil, garlic and piment d’espelette (a French chili pepper) along with a starch such as potatoes or stale bread.

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This Citrus Salad Deserves a Space on your Breakfast Menu

Breakfast Citrus Salad

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I’m not a big salad-eater. You usually won’t find me eating a salad for dinner. But I do love them in the morning. This salad is my absolute favorite thing to wake up to because it’s bright and fresh yet still filling enough to get me through the morning until lunch.

 

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Paint with All the Colors of the Cobb (Salad)

Cobb Salad Wrap

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If you’ve ever had a Cobb Salad before, I think you’d agree that the most compelling parts of the salad are the melange of textures and tastes presented in a colorful rainbow on top of the salad. That’s why I’ve taken the toppings of a Cobb and stuffed them into a lettuce leaf for a hand-held potluck appetizer, or a plated salad course that’s as delicious as it is fun to eat.

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What Pairs Well with Zoodles and Noodles? Give Spicy Braised Turkey Meatballs a Shot

Spicy Braised Turkey Meatballs

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My favorite thing to make at the beginning of each week is a big batch of turkey or chicken meatballs. They are SO delicious and they keep in the fridge really well. I love to warm them up and spoon them over spaghetti squash or some zoodles or, if I’m not trying to eat super healthy, a big bowl of perfectly cooked pasta. Yum.

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Yuzu Marinated Japanese Mushrooms Make a Great Sake Pairing

Yuzu Marianted Japanese Mushrooms

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These Yuzu Marinated Japanese mushrooms make for a delightful side or a great tapa to pair with your favorite sake. The mushrooms are simple cleaned and roasted before being tossed in a bright citrusy marinade made with yuzu juice and yuzu kosho.

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New Diet Struggles? Harissa Sweet Potato Hash Can Help Curb Your Cravings

Harissa Sweet Potato Hash

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I’m doing this diet called Whole 30. Have you tried it/heard of it? It has a strict amount of rules that include no dairy, no grains (of any kind) and no legumes. It also doesn’t allow for sweet treats to be made with their list of approved ingredients. I’m currently on day 7 and have been ardent on following the rules to a T. I’m not going to lie, it hasn’t been totally easy. I went to the movies a few days ago and all I dreamed about the entire time was popcorn, Sour Patch Kids and soda. It was awful haha.

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Get a Healthy Start to the Day with a Savory Kale and Farro Breakfast Bowl

Savory Kale and Farro Breakfast Bowl

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I’ve always liked the idea of breakfast bowls because they’re so colorful and nutritionally balanced, but I could never quite get myself to love them because I’m more of a savory breakfast person. With this Savory Kale and Farro Breakfast Bowl, those days are behind me. I could eat one of these (or some variation), every morning for breakfast!

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Ring in the New Year with a Sparkling Dark and Stormy

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A few years ago I had my first dark and stormy ever and ever since it’s been my go-to drink. They remind me of balmy summer nights and cold, cold drinks. I don’t usually drink them during the wintery months but I figured a splash of champagne would make them festive enough for New Years. 

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