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What’s in the Fridge Fried Rice

Fridge Leftovers Reinvented Turn leftover rice and vegetables into an easy and quick meal. All you need to do is add your choice of protein and add in some flavors (most of which can be found in your kitchen door). Whichever type of rice you have on hand you can create a flavorful and savory...
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plate of cooked butternut squash green chile paste bake

Butternut Squash Green Chile Pasta Bake

Comfort food with a New Mexican twist How can winter squash and green chile create a tasty dish? Winter squashes, like butternut squash, are great for baked meals. No matter what cooking method you use butternut squash retains its flavor, sweetness, and has a creamy texture. Prepping butternut squash can be intimidating but it is...
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Crispy Chickpeas and Steamed Kale

So why all this buzz around kale? This green has been in the limelight for a while now as a nutrient powerhouse and trendy salad base. Kale has been named one of the most nutrient dense foods on the planet (!) packed with vitamin C, K, A and powerful antioxidants. This extremely healthy and versatile...
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Cozy Baked Oatmeal

Go beyond the warm bowl of oatmeal! We know that oats are nutrition power houses, a great fiber source, and are all around good for us to eat! Oatmeal may be a staple breakfast item in your house, or maybe you’re not the biggest fan – I know, oatmeal can be bland! The blandness however...
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Spiced Carrot Salad

Oooh the versatile carrot. So many ways to eat them! You can chomp on them raw, cook them tenderly in soup, or bathe them in a tangy dip. But have you ever shredded carrots and paired them with a classic Middle Eastern spice blend? Carrots + Middle Eastern Spices This recipe started because if I...
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Garden Pesto (aka beyond basil pesto!)

When you think of pesto, what comes to mind? Your first thought is probably basil, and then maybe parmesan cheese and pine nuts. Yes, basil makes a delicious and classic tasting pesto, but I challenge you to think beyond basil! Dream bigger than basil As you’ll see in the recipe, for the “greens” part of...
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Pan-Seared Radishes

For my inaugural recipe post, it feels fitting for the post to be about the dynamic radish. Ah radishes, at first bite they tend to be spicy, bitter, and pungent. No wonder they are usually sliced as thin as your knife-skills (or mandolin if your fancy) can handle. But that is where the magic of...
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