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08 Aug Roasted Artichokes Provencal

I heart artichoke hearts! I have never attempted a whole artichoke because the thought of cleaning a whole one is really daunting. Which part do you discard, which do you keep, how do you cook it? Ugh. My solution? Use the hearts already canned or...

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02 Aug Lemon Chicken Soup

Soups are some of my favorite foods since they are filling, tasty, convenient, and so easy to make. This recipe doesn't disappoint. I am not a very good cook and have no intuition, so I always follow the recipes to a T. In this one...

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25 Jul Homemade Almond Butter

I've been buying almond butter for years because I simply LOVE it. I try lots of varieties and brands, hoping for the perfect combination of flavor and texture without added junk that gunks up the goodness. Finally, I decided to make my own. It's very...

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20 Jun Grilled Artichoke Hearts

Simple, quick and a divine addition to any meal, salad, appetizer—or even to snack on all by themselves. INGREDIENTS 2 cans of artichoke hearts; cut in half 2 TBSP melted butter ¼ cup juice from fresh lemons ½ TSP black pepper ½ TSP salt ½ TSP garlic powder DIRECTIONS Combine melted butter with pepper, salt, and garlic in...

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20 Jun Cauliflower Pizza

If I had to pick just one food to eat for the rest of my life, it would be pizza. The REAL type: gooey cheese, tons of drippy oil, chunky tomato sauce, and soft, doughy, gluten-packed crust. Heaven, right? Sure. But I can't eat all...

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13 Jun Indian Vegetable Curry

In my quest for flavor, lots of vegetables, and even more anti-inflammatory foods, this recipe is a winner in all three categories. Indian spices have been around for thousands of years but are only recently being embraced for their medicinal qualities. Spend a minute Googling...

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13 Jun Cauliflower Rice Sushi

I simply LOVE sushi, period. Whether it's made with raw fish, with veggies, with cooked fish—you name it, I'm in. So when I saw a recipe that takes out the rice and substitutes cauliflower, I just had to give it a try. My rolling skills...

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