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Smoked Paprika Chicken Cobb Salad

Smoked Paprika Chicken Cobb Salad

Smoked Paprika Chicken Cobb Salad

Known for its bold flavors and recognizable ingredients (avocado, onion, tomato, egg, bacon, blue cheese), the cobb salad has been a restaurant staple since the ’30s. With a modern and healthy twist, this version cuts the bacon and blue cheese, but introduces so much extra flavor with smoked paprika on chicken, that the other things… Read More »

Gluten Free Chocolate Almond Biscotti

Gluten Free Chocolate Almond Biscotti

The beauty of Lee’s gluten free biscotti lies in its simplicity. While there is this crazy assumption that biscotti (let alone ones that are gluten free) are fussy and difficult to make, this recipe proves that it’s not. The name biscotti comes from the Latin word biscoctus, meaning twice baked. To make it extra-crunchy, the… Read More »

Grilled Portobello and Peach Sandwich

Grilled Portobello and Peach Sandwich

Defying the simple sandwich stereotype, Swati’s masterpiece packs an intense punch of fresh flavors while delivering all the health benefits of the bounty of vegetables involved. A rosemary, thyme, and lemon marinade gives sweet peaches a savory twist and highlights the earthy taste of portobello mushrooms, both of which are quickly seared for added flavor…. Read More »

Laab Moo (Thai Pork Salad)

Laab Moo - Thai Pork Salad

There’s something about Thai flavors that are just addictive. Tangy lemongrass or lime, sweet palm sugar, salty fish sauce, and aromatic Thai basil and mint make for a multidimensional, colorful cuisine that’s simply craveworthy. But so much of Thai food is high calorie, from thick, flat stir-fry noodles to sugary sweet coconut. The Thai and… Read More »

Jalapeño Corn Cakes

Jalapeno Corn Cakes

Nothing says summer more than juicy sweet corn and we can’t get enough of it! Skip the cob just this once and throw together these jalapeno corn cakes that work as an easy lunch or filling snack. The heat of spicy jalapenos is tempered by sweet corn and melty cheese, and pan-fried for a satisfyingly… Read More »

Raw Zucchini and Tomato Lasagna

Raw Zucchini and Tomato Lasagna

If you’ve never tried lasagna it in its raw form, you should. We’re not really feeling a steaming, meaty, cheesy meal in this heat right now, anyways. Sonnet’s version is light and features the best of summer’s bountiful produce, layering thin strips of zucchini with slices of fresh cherry tomatoes. Between them, you’ll never guess… Read More »

Mediterranean Baked Chicken

Mediterranean Baked Chicken

The vibrant food from the coast of the Mediterranean Sea sets an example for the kind of fresh, healthy food that should grace your table. This recipe combines two healthy and summer-ready dishes from that region: baked chicken and caprese salad. The chicken is browned before it is laid in a baking dish with onions,… Read More »

Tropical Tuna Ceviche

Tropical Tuna Ceviche

Fresh, citrusy, and made for summer, ceviche is a dish that is excellent for those days that the kitchen is already too hot to turn on the oven. This recipe improves on the already delicious meal with the rich coconut milk added before serving. Typical ceviche is prepared by marinating melt-in-your-mouth tuna in a citrus… Read More »

Cherry and Kale Smoothie

Cherry Kale Smoothie

Following a 4th of July weekend with traditional trimmings of beer, barbeque, and most likely more than one dessert round, treat your body to a little detox via this seasonal superfood-laden smoothie. Kale’s health benefits have long been in the spotlight, but did you know that cherries are little nutrient powerhouses as well? The deep,… Read More »

Gluten Free Breakfast Cookies

Gluten Free Breakfast Cookies

Our parents always told us that we couldn’t have cookies for breakfast. Now that we’re grown up, we’re breaking the rules and not saying sorry. Lucky for us, we don’t have to feel bad about that morning indulgence with these “breakfast cookies” from Sally. They’re loaded with oats, dried fruit, and seeds and sweetened with… Read More »

Heirloom Tomato Soup

Heirloom Tomato Soup

Twilight purples, emerald greens, electric oranges – all the colors of a flower garden can be found in a bursting-at-the-seems heirloom tomato, and if you take a bite, you’ll only taste that hot, July sun. The holiday season of the summer has arrived, and those days of grainy, pink disappointments you find in December grocery… Read More »