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Spinach Frittata

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Spinach Frittata

It’s my second month living here in Holland Park, London and there is this amazing Italian spot right around the corner from my flat. It’s just a bunch of Italians who decided to come to London and set up shop and I’m a thankful customer.  They have this GIGANITIC spinach frittata in the deli portion of their shop that is without exaggeration about 4” high and jam-packed with spinach. I bought it and enjoyed every lovely, billowy bite so it inspired me to create my own version...

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Crab and Samphire Spring Rolls

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Crab and Samphire Spring Rolls

Want to get excited about a new super food? Try Samphire. I guess, it’s not that new – Shakespeare even wrote about it, not exactly a flattering review, but still notable acknowledgement to it as a source of food for quite some time...

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Cover it in Chocolate...

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Cover it in Chocolate...

Wondering how you’re going to get through the day?

Kids driving you nuts?...Husband making gone mad?...Boss is a ****?...Your boyfriend just broke up with you?
COVER. SHIT. IN. CHOCOLATE. It’s the only real solution. And guess what? Chocolate happens to be full of healthy....

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Okra! A recipe for the Honest Company

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Okra! A recipe for the Honest Company

Here’s another recipe I did for The Honest Company.

 

If you think okra is too slimy for you or if you think your kids would never go for that texture, just hold that thought until after you’ve tried this recipe. The thing is, when you cut okra, it activates that gooey, slimy texture, but when you don’t cut it, when you roast it whole you get to taste the sweet, delicious...

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Portobello Stack

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Portobello Stack

The way I look at it, you can either play offense or defense at the game of life and I choose to run with the ball.  I’m living on planes, sleeping in different apartments, cooking in strange kitchens, using equipment I’ve never used before and sometimes even searching for ingredients I recognize...

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