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It has been excruciatingly hot here in NYC, pushing 90 degrees with extreme humidity. This heat wave has made the idea of cooking nearly nauseating… but for the sake of the blog, I turned on the ol’ oven this weekend … Continue reading
I love when this happens…you start out making lunch from whatever needs to be used up in the fridge (and cupboard)…and then you suddenly find yourself getting inspired, adding a little more of this & a little of that until … Continue reading
I, like Hil, am finding the road to moderation-ville a little bumpy. It’s not that I have a problem eating healthful things, the problem is that they all taste so good paired with bacon… I swear I tried to overlook … Continue reading
Even though I’m not a huge proponent of juice cleanses, fasts, starvation schemes, etc. sometimes a gal just needs to consume less things that resemble this:(why yes that is an obscenely large amount of bacon in my carbonara…and so what … Continue reading
Brown sugar. An important ingredient for so many sweet treats but I wanted to pair it with something remotely healthful…glazed carrots was a thought! It’s kind of a throw back sort of dish but tasty none the less. I remembered … Continue reading
There is a bit of a chill in the air now, fall is rapidly approaching, and farmers markets are becoming a bit more sparse… of course there is still plenty of fresh produce to be had! As quinoa is a … Continue reading
This week you get two kale salad recipes for the price of one. Although there are dozens of ways to prepare this leafy green veg I was jonesing for a salad a friend ordered on a recent trip to Eataly’s … Continue reading
Kale is one of those things that I sometimes shy away from… maybe because it looks like something a dinosaur would eat? Or because I’m too busy eating beige colored foods… oops. So this is unfortunately the first time I … Continue reading