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Raw Tacos Recipe

I need you to be open-minded about this one. ūüėČ ¬†First off, by “raw tacos” I do not mean raw animal protein. ¬†That would be ridiculous and awful. ¬†I mean
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Sugar Snap Pea and Quinoa Salad with Tofu

    I saw sugar snap peas at the farmers market for the first time a couple of weeks ago and I immediately bought them without thinking twice.  I am
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Herbed Hasselback Sweet Potatoes Recipe

To hasselback a potato (or anything for that matter) means to slice it in an accordian style so that the slices fan out resulting in crispy edges and soft interiors.
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Jeweled Rice Recipe

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Whole Roasted Cauliflower with Tahini Sauce, Raisins, Hazelnuts and Green Herbs

I love a showstopping dish for a holiday meal, whether it is a gorgeous and overflowing cheeseboard, a giant colorful salad brimming with jewel-toned, seasonal produce, a big, impressive dessert,
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Vegan Lentil Shepherd’s Pie Recipe

I hope you had a lovely Thanksgiving and that you enjoyed every moment with your loved ones.  The food took a backseat to the time I spent with my three
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Roasted Vegetable Salad Recipe

I have been holding onto this recipe for sooooo long!  It is one of my absolute favorite fall/winter salads and I have made it countless times over the last 2
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Cucumber-Hummus-Turkey Roll-ups

It’s so nice to be back in a routine, isn’t it?¬† This time of year for me means¬†regular mealtimes, a little healthier eating (watermelon,¬†olives¬†and¬†ros√®¬†no longer count as a dinner), meal
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I come from a large Italian-American family with 28 first cousins (on one side of the family!) where sit-down holiday dinners for 85 people are the norm (how, you might ask ‚Äď organization! But more on that later ‚Ķ).

Some of my fondest memories are of simple family gatherings, both large and small, with long tables of bowls and platters piled high, the laughter of my cousins echoing and the comfort of tradition warming my soul.

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