Seasonal Eggplant Parmesan Grilled Cheese

Eggplant Parmesan Grilled Cheese

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I know that I made something eggplant-y last week but eggplant is just too good right now. Late summer is when a lot of the summer produce is at its best but most people are trying to move on by now. Everyone is talking about pumpkin spice lattes and I’m so not ready and so not interested. Though I did perfect some crispy pumpkin waffles a few weeks ago and the flavor profile made my heart sing!

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Confetti of Colors in Tomato Fried Rice

Tomato Fried Rice

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Today I want to share with you my easy take on a modern Japanese classic called Omurice. Omurice is a portmanteau of Omelette + Rice because it involves wrapping fried rice in an omelette. It’s a popular dish with kids in Japan but wrapping fried rice in an unbroken sheet of egg can be a challenge for even the most experienced omelette maker.

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A Spin on the Classic Sandwich, Vegan BLT

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Ok so by the title of this post, you’re probably either angry or excited!I’ll admit that even though I eat meat, I’m not an enormous bacon fan. I don’t love bacon in salads or other lighter fare. I don’t believe that bacon makes everything better. I love the saltiness of it but it’s usually too indulgent and greasy for me. In the summer, I want lighter foods that make me feel good.

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Turn On the Grill for Curry Lamb

Curry Grilled Lamb Chops

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Lamb can be a bit gamey, which is why it often gets a bum rap, but it’s also tender, juicy and delicious. Like many of the best things in life, the flavor of lamb can be an acquired taste, but it’s also one that becomes crave-worthy over time.

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Complement An Ice Cream Sundae with Fudge Sauce

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I think I’m in denial that the summer is almost over. Or at least maybe it’s done in my world because I’m already being forced to think about Halloween recipes and yesterday we shot something that was supposed to be holiday-esque. IN AUGUST! I think that’s pretty normal in the magazine world but the blog world moves closer to real time. Or at least that’s how I work.

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Make Pho in a Salad

Pho Salad

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Noodle soups are probably my favorite category of foods, and amongst them, Pho reigns supreme. There are so many reasons why I love it, but perhaps the most compelling reason is that it’s warm and comforting on a cold day and yet it’s light and refreshing enough to conjure up an appetite, even on a hot summer day.

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Win Over a Crowd with Cheesy Corn Dip

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Corn has been kicking in the past few weeks! I went to a new farmer’s market in South Pasadena and picked up a few ears and it was the most amazing corn I think I’ve ever had. It was fresh, sweet and crispy. I love raw corn— it’s SO good. I’ve been trying to find ways to incorporate it into everything.

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Looking for a Comforting Meal? Try Ramen Carbonara

Ramen Carbonara

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It’s hot outside and although I cook for a living, this is a season when I want to spend as little time over a hot stove as possible. That’s why I’ve been turning to dishes like this Tomato Avocado Chicken or this Sesame Snap Pea Chicken to limit my use of the stove. Carbonara is another quick and satisfying meal, but a traditional Spaghetti alla Carbonara still requires two pans to make.

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