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  • "Any style" Bok Choy

    If you are like me, you have seen Bok Choy a million times in the grocery store and somehow never experimented with it. I had some pre-conceived notions about it...the biggest one being that it belongs in stir-fry style dishes, tossed in a peanut or miso style sauce. Well, I…

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  • Oh, the mason jar…

    I have developed a very one sided relationship with the mason jar. It gets used and abused at my house on a regular basis. I use them for water cups, green smoothie cups, storing soup, jams... you name it. They aren't fragile and they add a certain "relaxed" feel to…

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  • Some fun with a nearest and dearest.

    Yesterday the lovely, Kate Albrecht, came over to my house for a little sundae fun-day. Here are some cute shots of us, and check out her website for great jewelry and lifestyle ideas. xo HDwww.mrkate.com

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  • Carpe Diem.

    Back in Los Angeles and feeling refreshed and inspired. Not Much to say about these two dishes. They heirloom uglies (if you read my blog I cook with and write about these often) at trader joes looked so fantastic I have wanted to include them in every meal. So here…

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  • Aloha.

    One thing that makes me really happy in life is spontaneity. So two days in advance, Nick and I hoped on a plane and met up with my sister and her husband, in Maui. I hadn't been since my sisters 16th birthday special on the WB (if you are a…

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  • Sugar.

    I think i've said this before...I can't bake to save my life...but my sister sure can. Maybe the worlds biggest cupcake. Sugary Goodness. Courtesy of Hilary Duff.

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  • Heirloom Tomato and Watermelon Gazpacho Shots

    Summer is approaching and it's beautiful and warm here is Los Angeles. It reminds me of visiting my grandfather in Laguna Nigel during the summers with my family. Let's make something clear, he was not a good cook. I repeat NOT good. I have lots of memories of weird food…

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  • Celery & Fennel Salad

    Quick great salad.What you need:a mandolin (thinly slices veggies)a fennel bulb2 or 3 stalks of celerya handful of crushed walnutsa lemonapprox 2 tablespoons of olive oilcoarse salt and pepperchoped thymechopped parsleyslice the fennel bulb and celery using the mandolintoss in the rest of the ingredientsI used about one half of…

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  • The Holy 9.

    So I know this post is similar to the pretty in pink oatmeal smoothie, but bear with me. I keep finding new combos and new ways to get adequate protein into your diet and is perfect for post workout or a bright and sunny way to start your day. This…

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  • The not so photogenic vegetarian sandwich…

    So it turns out that sandwiches are quite difficult to photograph. Who knew? No matter how I placed it, flipped it, or stacked it it continued to look like a green and brown mess. I happen to love following recipes that have a photo as I think they are a…

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