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Everyone has a secret to their meatballs.  I soak slices of bread in almond milk instead of using breadcrumbs, others add a touch of cocoa and some people swear that cinnamon is the secret ingredient.  You...

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Zucchini stuffed with tomato sauce, fried onions and topped with vegan cheese

Zucchini Pizza Boats

May 19, 2014 | 7 Comments

Two things told me it’s spring.  More and more of you are visiting my asparagus, garlic and preserved lemons recipe and there are beautiful, plump zucchini at the farmer’s market and grocery store.  When I see...

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There’s a beauty about the Pacific Northwest that lends itself to it’s food.  The climate brings out the best in the produce, the ocean offers fresh fish and the people are as friendly as they...

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Potatoes stuffed with vegan chili

Vegan Chorizo Chili Stuffed Baked Potatoes

January 20, 2014 | 8 Comments

I’ve written about chili a number of times.  There’s my epic vegetarian chili which is free of meat and full of flavor.  If you’re more traditional there ‘s my chili con carne recipe (and I even...

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And the winner is…

January 9, 2014 | 7 Comments

 Running my best of 2013 contest has been a lot of fun.  Your nominations introduced me to a number of new and exciting food writers and their websites and it was super cool to see you...

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The Best of 2013: Your Nominations

December 30, 2013 | 8 Comments

Ten days ago I shared my idea for giving back to the food community by offering one food writer the chance to win a 5.5qt Le Creuset Dutch oven, but that wasn’t a choice I...

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Chicken Nuggets and fries

Shnitzelonim, Chips & Affligem

December 16, 2013 | 23 Comments

It’s 2005.  I have just moved to Israel.  I wake up on foam mattress on the floor of my friend’s three room apartment.  A small three room apartment that is home to seven people.  As...

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Cauliflower and Sweet Potato Medley

November 18, 2013 | 6 Comments

There’s been a whole lot of Thanksgivukkah in the air.  We are on the verge of eight nights of lights, liberty and latkes and culinary minds of North America have been dreaming of food and...

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