Garlic & Herb Mussels

Garlic & Herb Mussels
I’ve always had an affinity for mussels, and they are relatively quick and easy to make. Seafood (including mollusks) and eggs are primary sources of protein for me, and I have mussels about twice a month.

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Basil Walnut Pesto {dairy-free}

Basil Walnut Pesto
I improvise with pesto ingredients so often that I no longer follow a recipe. Or, the recipe is ingrained in my memory. Like the kale pesto recipe I posted several years ago, which I’ve made at least 50 times.
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Chocolate Cupcakes {using almond flour}

Flourless Chocolate Cupcakes

I’ve been wanting to whip up a reliable chocolate cupcake recipe using almond flour. 
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Roasted Chile Cauliflower Bites

Roasted Chile Cauliflower Bites

I’m all over ancho chile peppers. I purchase them dry, toast them, and then grind them up into a powder to sprinkle on all kinds of things. 
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Old House, New Kitchen

Kitchen Remodel (17 of 24)

I grew up in New York City but I’ve lived a large part of my adult life in suburbs, and ended up raising my boys in a beautiful Pacific Northwest suburb.
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