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brussels sprouts hash with walnuts and apricots.

Apparently winter has descended on NYC again, so until Mother Nature finds her springtime rhythm, let’s embrace the opportunity to eat the last of the winter produce!  I’ve been saving this recipe in the back end of the blog for

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meatless monday meal plan #3

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Expert Series: local, sustainable, organic. Uri Attia of Portable Chef.

Welcome to this week’s Expert Series video. I sat down with Uri Attia of Portable Chef, a farm-to-table meal delivery service in New York City.  Check out Uri’s story here, along with his fascinating insights into local eating, homecooking, and

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five things i learned from a dinner gone wrong.

Are you familiar with those days when everything seems to go awry? When nothing goes to plan and everything feels proportionately more difficult than usual? That was my Sunday. Oof. It was a tough one! I don’t have those kinds

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warm beet-and-apricot quinoa salad.

Alright. Confession time. I don’t always follow recipes. In fact, most of what comes out of our kitchen is improvised… it starts with some kind of ingredient inspiration (which I ask dinner guests to suggest before they arrive), a vague

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zucchini pizza.

It’s finally here! Zucchini season! These little boats of goodness are perfect for all kinds of creative recipes. (I tweeted last week about my adventures in making Oh My Veggies’ peanut-quinoa stuffed zucchini, which was just the start of the

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easy greens: kale-cabbage-pea medley.

I am such a fan of greens as a the base for a meal. I’m even more a fan of dishes that can be flexible: ones where you can throw in whatever else you have in the kitchen to round

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the nutritarian diet [why calories aren’t all that important].

All calories are not created equal. Different foods affect the body in different ways, so when we focus too strictly on the numeric value of what we consume, we risk missing a more important piece of the fueling puzzle. In

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staples and spice day 6: italian.

Spices: Garlic powder, onion powder, oregano, parsley, red pepper flakes, thyme Staples: Kale, white beans, quinoa Today’s recipe is as simple as it is delicious: a little shout-out to pasta, without the blood sugar spike-and-crash (and no waiting for water

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fuel for the week

I knew that this week was going to be hectic – in the best way, of course, full of rehearsals and networking events and interesting lectures – but hectic nonetheless. I’m sure that most of us know that crazy periods

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