Fill Up Guilt-Free with Spicy Chicken Lettuce Cups

Lettuce Cups

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Crisp cups of lettuce filled with savory, sweet and spicy chicken make for fun party bites, but they’re also great for a quick low-carb meal that’s more filling than a salad. It’s a common weeknight meal at my house because it’s easy to prepare and you can get creative with the filling.

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Keep it Simple with a Steak Sandwich

Roast Beef Sandwich

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I’m not a huge red meat person, but sometimes a girl has just got to have a steak. This sandwich is one of my favorite ways to enjoy it! A good steak sandwich is a wonderful thing, indeed.

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Fry Up Some Potato Cakes with Sweet Soy Glaze

Potato Cakes

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I first had these potato cakes at a croquette shop in the Northern Japanese island of Hokkaido. It was sold as “potato mochi” and although I wasn’t really hungry, my curiosity got the best of me and I ordered one to go. Crisp on the outside, and soft and creamy on the inside it was glazed with an addictively sweet soy sauce and wrapped in a piece of nori, kind of like how I used to eat rice cakes as a kid.

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Celebrate the Fall with Pumpkin Bread

Pumpkin Bread

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It’s finally time! Time for pumpkin bread, that is. The first cans of pumpkin puree have been sprouting up all over grocery stores this past week, and I can’t think of a more perfect way to celebrate their arrival than baking up a batch of this moist, delicious pumpkin bread!

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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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