Sesame Beef Bowls Make Lunch on the Go

Sesame Beef Bowl recipe

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While having a discussion the other day about the merits of noodle soups and rice bowls, it occurred to me that I really have a thing for one bowl meals. They’re easy to prepare, come in a huge variety, and I love how all the textures and flavors of the different components intermingle.

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Refresh Party Guests with Strawberry Lemonade

Strawberry Lemonade

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Here in California, the first strawberries are starting to make their bright and sunny appearance at farmers markets and roadside stands. Their rosy appearance is a telltale sign that spring is on its way!

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Tender and Juicy: Pomegranate Roast Pork

Pomegranate Roast Pork

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Contrary to popular opinion, pork tenderloin actually has about the same amount of fat as chicken breasts, and less cholesterol, making it an excellent alternative to serving chicken at your next dinner party.

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Toss Avocado into Your Turkey Burrito

Avocado Burrito

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Lately I’ve been making these easy and delicious burritos about once a week. I seriously can’t get enough! I’ve found that leftovers make one heck of a breakfast with some strong coffee and extra avocado on the side. Who here is an avocado fanatic? (hand raises high)

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Warm Your Soul with Sweet Potato Leek Soup

Sweet Potato Leek Soup recipe

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A classic Potage Parmentier is made with five simple ingredients: potatoes, leeks, water, salt and cream. When executed properly it can be a delicious warming soup in a stick to your ribs kind of way, but four out of the five ingredients have little to no flavor. So really this is a leek soup that’s been thickened with potatoes and enriched with cream.

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Warm Up Your Belly with Jamaican Jerk Chicken

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Craving sunshine? For a tropical taste in the middle of winter, try these Jerk Chicken Drumsticks. Traditionally a Jamaican cuisine staple, jerk chicken is most known for its combination of scotch bonnet peppers and ground allspice. Though the spice rub and marinade is quite spicy, the chicken once baked is a little milder.

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Vegan Mango Pudding: Cholesterol-Free Dessert

Vegan Mango Pudding

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I’m not vegan, but I’m all for making healthier substitutes where it doesn’t make a huge difference in taste, especially when it involves saving time. Lately, I’ve become a rabid fan of using silken tofu in desserts. It’s simpler to make than an egg and dairy based custard, with all of the richness and none of the cholesterol.

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Bundle Up with Grapefruit Brulée for a Winter Treat

Grapefruit Brulee

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Winter means two seemingly unrelated things: snow and grapefruit.

Well, you might not get snow where you are, but chances are that it’s chilly outside. And regardless of where you live, grapefruits should be plentiful at the supermarket right now. Grapefruits, like oranges and lemons, are winter citrus fruits. So while it’s cold outside, we can enjoy some mouth puckering treats by the fire. This incredibly simple recipe for bruléed grapefruit is a fun way to liven up a brunch menu.

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