Tangy Chipotle Chicken Mango Salad


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When people ask me where they should start in building a spice cabinet, I always tell them to include ground chipotle. It’s one of the things that I put on everything. It adds a rich flavor that is makes nearly everything better. It makes simple things exciting… like a chicken salad.

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Summery Blistered Tomato and Artichoke Pasta


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It’s almost officially summer, which means tomatoes are in full effect. During the warmer months, I want meals to be super simple. And this super quick dish falls into that category. While I would definitely categorize this meal as quick and easy, there are a few extra steps that are 100% worth it.

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Simple and Healthy Garbanzo Shakshouka


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Having chickpeas in the pantry always saves me from dire hunger. If I have a can of chickpeas I can make literally anything. It makes me feel empowered and gives me security that even in my hungriest of moments, I can make something and not order takeout.

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Serve Orzo Tuna Salad At Your Next Picnic


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Summer time is almost here and this salad is proof that spring and summer can collide so very well. I had some leftover asparagus in the fridge and it needed a home so here it is. This salad is definitely inspired by the Mediterranean, a place I’ve never been to but want to visit so badly! The past few summers I’ve had the Amalfi coast and Greece on my list of places to visit and I’m a little sad that I couldn’t make it work this year either—but that’s ok! Because I have Hawaii in my near future so there are no tears.

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Snazzy Blistered Corn Guacamole


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I recently came home to the best package I think I ever received: a box of avocados from California. I immediately put them in the fridge and to my shock, they’ve lasted an entire seven days. They’re in beautiful condition, the brightest green I ever did see. I figured some of them needed to find a home so here we are. This guacamole is good. And it’s even better if you blister your corn on an actual grill but I didn’t have the grill going so the gas range was the way for me.

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Cheers To Mom with a Strawberry Elderflower Cocktail


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When it comes to cocktails, here is what I usually want from them: I want them to be slightly fruity, not overly sweet and I prefer them on the refreshing side. When it’s spring time, I personally love the flavor of elderflower. And honestly I like that flavor year around. This cocktail is super spring-y and pretty. This could be a good Mother’s Day cocktail!!

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Barbecue Shrimp Pineapple Skewers For Your Next Cookout


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The weather is warming up in Los Angeles (it was 96F last week!!). I was dying but luckily it’s now back to reasonable temperatures. We’ve busted out the grill a couple of times already and I can’t wait for grilling season to officially begin.

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Seasonal Ramp Butter


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If you are fortunate enough to live in a rainy, forest-y type of climate, you might have easy access to ramps. A reader told me just the other day that in West Virginia they’re so abundant that people don’t know what to do with them. How lucky!

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