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Beet and Goat Cheese Salad

Los Angeles, Ca, -Beets are delicious any time but they are especially good during the summer months. Especially golden beets, which come into season in the summer. If you’re not a beet lover start with the yellow beet and try…

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Goat cheese and tomato sauce

This delicious goat cheese and tomato sauce recipe was from the restaurant I helped open with Jay Fignano. This was his favorite dish and the second we made it together I was hooked. The creamy goat cheese is a perfect…

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Pasta salad

Pasta salad will help you get that carbs that you love without the heat (in temperature not flavor) this hot summer. This pasta salad combines similar flavors of a greek salad with the classic penne pasta. Ingredients 2 cups cooked…

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Parmesan Cauliflower

Parmesan cauliflower is a delicious add to any meal. It’s simple yet delicious. For those of you who don’t know cauliflower is NOT like broccoli. It looks similar but is completely different. When you roast cauliflower it should be tender…

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Turkey meatballs

These turkey meatballs are delicious and very very simple. The simplicity allows them to be mixed with any dish (don’t let the apple sauce discourage you, it’s only to soften the meat and offers only a hint of flavor). You…

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Pear and blue cheese salad

We/I love love love this salad. There is nothing that says fall quite like this delicious sweet and salty pear salad. You can always take it up a notch and use high end blue cheese and olive oil. Ingredients salad…

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Traditional Meatballs

My love for meatballs has come from my husband and his Italian roots. Before him meatballs in my house were the equivalent to rubber bouncy balls. However, after many many meals at his mother’s home in Florida I developed a…

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Chicken noodle soup

Chicken noodle soup is a classic dish for a cold winters day and a feel good meal for any time you’re sick. When I was younger my mom made chicken soup with homemade stock (and left out the vegetables in…

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Napa cabbage cashew coleslaw

This coleslaw is delicious with a light and acidic dressing that pairs perfectly with all the delicious fried foods and sweet barbq. Ingredients: 3 cups Napa Cabbage cut into thin strips 1 cup red large endive cut into thin strips 3…

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