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Turmeric Zucchini Bowls

Turmeric Zucchini Bowls

Even though I’ve been out of academia for a few years, when August rolls around I still feel like I should be prepping for the new school year. Part of this prep would always include gearing up for more rushed weeknight dinners which is where this turmeric zucchini bowl (and most of the recipes I [...]

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Fruit and Yogurt Jello Cups

Fruit and Yogurt Jello Cups

These Fruit and Yogurt Jello Cups are so fun and easy to make, and they’re only 65 calories or ONE Weight Watchers SmartPoints! I made a peaches & cream version this time because I’m on a peach kick, but you can make these with whatever fruit flavor you’re feeling at the moment: strawberry, raspberry, cherry, […]

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blueberry bread and butter pudding

blueberry bread and butter pudding

blueberry bread and butter pudding For some of us, classic French toast -- not particularly French or toasted, to be honest, unless we're speaking of pain perdu -- is sufficient on a weekend morning to make it feel exceptional. For others, it's casserole-style or bust because baking it in one big pan is vastly more enjoyable than dipping and frying on repeat while people who are not cooking come by and steal slices before you even get to sit down. But I'm going to make the argument that once you have Brit-style bread pudding casserole, uplifted by the tiniest step that is buttering the bread before fanning in out in a pan, there's no other way. getting startedsliced, crusts thinnedtriangle-dsprinkle with lemon sugar Typically, the bread is then scattered with raisins and the custard has a little nutmeg or other warm spices in it, but Casa SK has a bit of a blueberry situation right now, and her name is Anna. It doesn't matter how many we put in front of her or how slowly we encourage her to eat them, within a minute of them landing on her high chair tray, they've been hoovered into her tiny maw and she's banging angrily on it and screeching for more. [Side search: Emily Post board books...] Because we're a little scared of what happens if we run out, we've ended up with a oversupply of blueberries in the fridge, but even if you don't have the same problem, you should go ahead and create it because if you haven't yet tucked blueberries sprinkled with lemon sugar between slices of buttered bread and poured a vanilla custard over the whole mess and baked it until the blueberries leak, the center is luxe and the top is crisp and bronzed, you're in for a very lucky weekend.

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Summer Vegetable Flatbread

Summer Vegetable Flatbread

I have a keen ability to over-buy produce this time of year. I go to the market with a specific list but usually come home with way more than what I intended. Which means, a lot of meals that get made are catch-all, use the straggler vegetables. One of my favorite recipes that takes this [...]

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How to Heal Your Gut After Antibiotics

How to Heal Your Gut After Antibiotics

Today’s post is written by my friend, Eva Aspegren. She’s an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach and is going to help us understand how antibiotics are impacting our health and importance of healing the gut after we consume antibiotics.  Today, antibiotics remain helpful – and occasionally essential – for treating bacterial infections and diseases, but they […]

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Apricot Goat Cheese Stuffed Chicken

Apricot Goat Cheese Stuffed Chicken

This Apricot Goat Cheese Stuffed Chicken was created in connection with my appointment as a contributor to the Nakano Natural and Seasoned Rice Vinegar. I have been compensated for my time commitment to work with their product, however my opinions are entirely my own and I have not been paid to publish positive comments.  This Apricot […]

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Roasted Tomato Gazpacho

Roasted Tomato Gazpacho

A summer never feels complete without a few key recipes. First and foremost, these pickles are a summer staple followed closely by this grilled cheese. Gazpacho is also on the summer shortlist, usually when the market is swimming in tomatoes. This roasted tomato gazpacho has become a staple and while it usually requires me to [...]

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blackberry cheesecake galette

blackberry cheesecake galette

That was close. We almost went half the summer without a new pie recipe. I do solemnly swear to never let that happen. making the dough Common cooking theory goes that galettes are a lazy person's pie, except one person's lazy is might just be another person having life priorities that do not include lattice-weaving, I'm just saying. Galettes don't need to throw shade to be awesome. They're no frills, no fuss and you cannot mess them up. Leaky? No, pretty. Lopsided? You mean inviting. Barely sweet? Breakfast! hi pretties! But if there could be a singular limitation of galettes, it's volume. Because they're baked flat on a sheet, you can't fill them too much of anything. They are not a cup; they cannot hold water. However, when working the kinks out of a cookbook recipe this spring, I realized that if you take you galette and drape it inside anything with walls -- a pie plate, a cake pan, a tart pan, anything, you create just enough wall that you can pour in a slightly messier filling and have a good chance of your galette holding onto it through the baking time. Uh, "Doesn't that just make it a pie Deb?" you might ask. But you're still skipping the trimming, the crimping, the parbaking and lid-having noise so yes, you're still coming out ahead. lightly macerated

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Broccoli Salad

Broccoli Salad

This lightened up Broccoli Salad is the perfect answer to that “what should I bring?” question that comes up for cookouts and parties all summer long. It’s hearty and crunchy with broccoli, carrots and sunflower seeds, smoky from the crispy chopped bacon, fruity with red grapes and apples and all tossed in a sweet and […]

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