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Mushroom and Chickpea Saute

Mushroom and Chickpea Saute

We’re drowning over here. Friday I decided it was time to start bringing the contents of the storage unit over to the house to get them organized and properly packed for the move. One car load of stuff, three large trash cans of garbage later, and the chaos ensued. My cousin came to pick upContinue Reading

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Caprese Pasta

Caprese Pasta

I sound like a broken record: this week has been crazy. In my real life, I own a graphic design shop. It’s small — just me and the dog — but it’s successful and very busy right now. I haven’t had a day in the office all week long. It’s completely thrown off my regularContinue Reading

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Simple Summer Gazpacho

Simple Summer Gazpacho

As much as I love to cook, some nights I just don’t have the motivation in me. In the colder months, those nights mean grilled cheese and tomato soup. I keep a carton or two of Trader Joe’s Tomato & Roasted Red Pepper Soup on hand, and I’ll grab a loaf of bread and niceContinue Reading

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Grilled Vegetable Tacos

Grilled Vegetable Tacos

One of the best parts of Summer is being able to throw a bunch of vegetables on the grill and call it dinner. The grilled vegetables take a few minutes to prep and cook, but the result is a healthy, build your own taco bar with perfectly grilled vegetables accented by the slightest bit ofContinue Reading

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Greek Pesto Pasta Salad

Greek Pesto Pasta Salad

Alternatively titled: Six Jar Clean Out Salad. The jars. So many jars. Jars in the fridge. Jars in the pantry. Jars in the spice cabinet. It was time to do a little pantry re-organization to reassess what was left for the pantry challenge. The answer? All the ingredients needed to make an awesome pasta salad.Continue Reading

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Vegetarian Stir Fry

Vegetarian Stir Fry

To me, stir fries are like salads. You don’t really need a recipe. Just toss a bunch of stuff that goes well together into a pan and 10 minutes later, Viola! Dinner. I found a package of tofu in the back of the fridge. I was glad to see it because protein-wise, this pantry challengeContinue Reading

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Asian Inspired Edamame Salad

Asian Inspired Edamame Salad

Yesterday, I promised another pantry clean-out inspired salad. I’m not one to disappoint. I love the contrast of the nutty crunch of the ramen noodles and the sweet tang of the mango. The edamame packs it with protein so this salad is definitely filling. On hand, I had everything except for the fresh vegetables, soContinue Reading

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Side Dish Sunday: Cauliflower Tater Tots

Side Dish Sunday: Cauliflower Tater Tots

I once had a friend who would have tater tot parties. She would cook up several bags of the tater tots you find in the grocery store freezer, put them out with some ketchup and call it a party. (It was. There was booze, too.) Whenever I have the choice of fries versus tater tots,Continue Reading

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Prep Once, Eat Twice: Zucchini Vegetable Boats and Vegetable Pasta

Prep Once, Eat Twice: Zucchini Vegetable Boats and Vegetable Pasta

I love to cook. I love going in the kitchen with a glass of wine and chopping, slicing, and sauteing to my hearts content. I love that after a day of dealing with work demands, the kitchen is my fortress; no one comes in and tells me what to do. But, sometimes life gets inContinue Reading

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Low Carb Roasted Veggie Tart

Low Carb Roasted Veggie Tart

I’ll admit: this recipe was a long shot. I knew I would like it; I was pretty sure M would be calling for Chinese food. He’s not a huge eggplant fan, and quite frankly, the thought of my husband eating a tart made entirely out of vegetables was laughable. That man never stops surprising me.Continue Reading

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