When Ingredients Inspire: Beef Tri-Tip with Roasted Figs

Beef Tri-Tip

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Sometimes inspiration comes during a daydream, other times an inspired pairing another chef prepares gets the gears turning in my head. This week though, it was all about the ingredients.

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Prepare Baked Apples for a Seasonal Dessert

Baked Apples Recipe with Cinnamon

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I love baked apples. There’s just something so comforting about sweet, juicy baked apples with a hint of cinnamon. Sure, I love them with ice cream for dessert but you know my favorite way to enjoy this fall treat? With roast chicken or pork. Baked apples makes the perfect seasonal side-dish!

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Go Vegan for a Meal with Corn Soup

Corn Soup

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I know this is going to turn some people off, so let me just get it out there first. This soup is vegan. Yes, as in no meat, no dairy, no eggs. I know some of you are thinking, It would be so much better with cream or chicken stock”, but take it from an unapologetic meat-eater; this soup works better without a meat stock or dairy.

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Usher in Fall with Lentils and Sausages

Lentils and Sausages

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My very favorite season is upon us! I love fall. I think it stems from my Floridian roots and the fact that, growing up I never got to experience a true fall. When I moved to Northern California a few years ago, I fell in love with all the new changes that this season brings! I love the brightly colored leaves, the crisp autumn air and the abundance of belly-warming dishes like this one.

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From Hated to Haute: Kale Salad Makes a Comeback

Kale Salad with Almonds

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Kale was once a vegetable relegated to being cooked until a swamp green mush to make it edible. Even then, it wasn’t something that most people ate by choice. However, over the past few years kale has done a 360, and it’s gone from hated to haute.

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Read “White Jacket Required” from PBS’ Jenna Weber

You guys…I wrote a book!

I still can’t quite believe it myself. But its written and hard cover and has that good, sweet smell of the printing press still clinging to the pages.

My biggest dream my whole life was to write this book. I used to sit and page through Ruth Reichl’s food memoirs over and over, hoping that maybe someday I could write my own.

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How To Make Sushi with Step-by-Step Breakdown

How to Make Sushi

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It may come as a surprise to some that rolls aren’t a very popular form of sushi in Japan. Limited in scope to a few classics like kappa maki (cucumber), tekka maki (tuna) and this negitoro maki, most people eat rolls when they’ve eaten all their favorite nigiri sushi, but their stomach isn’t satisfied, and the bill is starting to balloon out of control.

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Head Back to School with Banana Bread Milkshakes

Banana Bread Milkshakes

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It’s that time of year again! Time of year when kids get on the school bus in the morning with their lunchboxes and pencil cases, and arrive home around three in afternoon starving for a healthy (but tasty!) snack.

These banana bread milkshakes are my favorite afternoon treat. They’re perfect for little tummies after school!

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