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kale, caramelized onion and quinoa tacos.

 This has been a month of trying to pack our lives full of as much Mexican food as possible, like these vegan tamales. I am embarrassed to say how many times we’ve found excuses to return to Gracias Madre in

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two-bean-and-spinach chili.

It’s been a crazy month around here. (You too? I bet! How does December get to be so nutty, every single year?) Don’t get me wrong. I love it. I love holidays. I love holiday parties. I love to-do lists

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how to make vegan tamales.

So it’s official! We’re Californians! (WHAT?!?! FINALLY.) :) There are so many things I love about this state (food is grown really close by! wine is produced really close by! toxic chemicals are carefully regulated! the pacific ocean! everybody is unbelievably

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The Way of the Salad: Why You Must Read Terry Hope Romero’s ‘Salad Samurai’.

Have you ever picked up a cookbook and thought, ‘Everything in here looks amazing! How did this author get inside my brain and put all of my favorite foods – and favorite way to eat them [a salad bowl!] –

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moroccan chickpea stew

Have you ever noticed that you crave different foods in winter than you do in summer? Or that certain foods taste better depending on the time of year? (Bowls of fresh fruit in winter aren’t nearly as appealing as they

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nutty sweet potato bake.

The challenge: combining a handful of different seasonal produce into a dish that could bake alongside the other food prep I had put together for the week.The ingredients: sweet potato, onion, eggplant, green beans.The household request: more cashew cheese in

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