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Spicy Roasted Sweet Potato

 

The mornings are still misty here in Sonoma County. As I steered my little hatchback through the windy forest roads, this morning, I wondered if we were in for a grey day. Then, I rounded a corner and it was as if the fog magically disappeared. The sunlit fields were covered in bright yellow mustard and I couldn’t help but smile.…

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Fish en Papillote on the BBQ Gluten Free Paleo Friendly

I can’t help but admire the gutsiness that is spring. Spring, with its buds pushing through branches and its bright green optimism, signals that it’s time to wake up. And though the official end of winter is not until later this week, spring doesn’t care about official schedules. Spring forges its own way in its own time.…

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Paleo Cornbread

We lived just a few minutes away from The Rib Shack. If my dad was in charge of dinner, there was a good chance we’d be chowin’ down on a full rack with smoky sauce, potato salad, and corn muffins. The Rib Shack was my window into the world of serious barbecue.…

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“Cure sometimes, treat often, comfort always.”
–Hippocrates

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I had a phone call two weeks ago from my late grandfather’s wife. I was happy to see her number pop up on my cell- I hadn’t been able to reach her for at least a week.

“Sabrina, j’ai un accident avec le voiture.”

Sabrina, I had an accident in the car, she said.…

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Blackberry Syrup with Rosemary and Vanilla

A few years ago, I’d left my holiday shopping until the last minute. San Francisco was hit with a furious rainstorm and I had to brave the mall. People were wet, they were cranky, and with only four days to go before Christmas, the panic was palpable. I was so overwhelmed that I sat down at one of those teeth whitening kiosks and forked over way too much money just to escape the mêlée.…

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Cauliflower Salad

You never know where inspiration for a dish will come from. Sometimes, it’s straightforward, you’ve had a fabulous meal and want to recreate some aspect of it at home, you’ve brought home a lush basket of berries from the farmers market, or you’re simply craving your grandmother’s far off home cooking.…

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Sometimes, a play day in the kitchen is just what’s needed. I love making a roast chicken, a lamb or pork shank, or a big pot of chili in my slow cooker. Not only does it feed us for days, it allows me to have time to tinker and toy with new recipes, flavors, and plating.…

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This week, I wrote about being prepared as a hostess. Then, after the humbling experience of running out of propane, I wrote about being flexible– another
important quality for a host. Today, I’m just going to share with you the most important quality… humor.

While I do have a gorgeous recipe post all lined up for you, what I don’t have is power.…

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