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Sesame Chickpea Chopped Salad

It’s official. I am crazy for cabbage. I don’t know about you, but I love to juice it, mix it into my rice, toss it in curries and soups and I especially love cabbage in a salad. Since I’m always looking for new things to do with cabbage, I was absolutely thrilled to whip-up this…

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Italian Sweet Potato Soup

It’s freezing here in Maine, friends. Which makes me so happy to share this soup with you right now. Kicked up with Italian herbs, it’s warming and satisfying but not the least bit heavy. Plus, what I love most about this soup is that you can dress it up any way you’d like. Don’t get…

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Kale, Clementine & Feta Salad

This salad is the holiday hero we need. Eggnog and cookies may get all the glory, but even the most indulgent holiday feast requires balance. Enter salad: the bright side dish you didn’t know you needed until that first refreshing bite. With its stunning good looks and bright tangy taste, it’s easy to see why…

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Fettuccini with Kale, Caramelized Onions & Goat Cheese

The perfect meal for stress-free entertaining. Everyone knows that pasta and goat cheese are a fabulous duo and they certainly don’t disappoint in this recipe which by the way, requires only a few other ingredients. If you didn’t already know, it’s kale season and in this recipe, Tuscan kale adds beautiful color and texture. Caramelized…

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Lemon Garlic Roasted Brussels Sprouts

I could eat this whole pan. So what’s my secret to making these Brussels sprouts so good? There are three. First, these babies are roasted. Roasted veggies are the best kind, right? Second, the Lemon Garlic Honey Dijon sauce. Once the sauce-coated Brussels hit the hot oven, magic happens. And third, the balsamic glaze. And…

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Simple Roasted Butternut Squash Soup

A no-fuss make-ahead Thanksgiving appetizer. I’m so pleased to report that I have been crushing it this past weekend trying new recipes for our Thanksgiving spread. Don’t worry, I plan to share all of them with you as we count down the days. Today, I want to talk with you about the importance of a…

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End of Summer Corn Chowder

Let’s talk chowder details, shall we? This chowder combines the magic of the end of summer with organic sweet corn and potatoes to create an unbelievably creamy (yet cream-less) soup that’s beautifully fresh and sweet. Despite its surprisingly simple ingredient list, the soup’s flavor is complex, and the hint of chives and parsley gives each…

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