Tuna Salad For People Who Don't Like Tuna Salad

Tuna Salad For People Who Don’t Like Tuna Salad

When I was in college, girls in my house would constantly be making tuna… something.  It’s cheap and a great diet choice.  I literally knew…

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Zucchini and Goat Cheese Crustless Quiche

Zucchini and Goat Cheese Crustless Quiche

I love frittatas, the Spanish had it all right with this masterpiece. Unfortunately, I manage to make it into scrambled eggs deluxe every time I…

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Spring Love Tonic: Asparagus

Spring Love Tonic: Asparagus

How does the introduction of Spring affect our minds and bodies? The sun comes out and magically the winter “blahs” are melted, energy has been…

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Chicken Florentine

Chicken Florentine

With Spinach and Lemon This is another deli-chicken creation.  I wanted to design something light and fresh for the lunchtime hot bar, something that wouldn’t make people feel…

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I've missed you, grilled asparagus

I’ve missed you, grilled asparagus

It’s Spring in Seattle and the weather is changing.  I think.  Being born and raised in this beautiful city, a conversation constant is the irrational and moody…

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Grilled Raisin Bread Bites

Grilled Raisin Bread Bites

Per a previous post, I believe raisin bread is a gift from the heavens, thus letting any of it go to waste seems sacrilegious.  I took the heel…

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Spring Radiatore with Sweet Peas

Spring Radiatore with Sweet Peas

Peas are actually from the legume family, packing tons of nutritional protein and fiber while remaining light and naturally sweet.  They are the ideal Spring…

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Spinach with Bacon and Golden Raisins

Spinach with Bacon and Golden Raisins

I love salads for their accessibility, nutritional value, and the fact that you can basically empty the last bits of left-overs into a bowl, whip…

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Zen in the Kitchen: Chimichurri

Zen in the Kitchen: Chimichurri

A killer day at the “office” and now I’m back to the kitchen, but on my own terms. It’s odd how cooking can take the…

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