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Blood Orange Dark Chocolate Chip Scones

These might be my favorite scones I’ve made recently, and I’ve made *a lot* of scones. They’re citrusy, sweet, chocolate-y, and delicious. Basically, they’re everything you need in a winter scone. I’m a big fan of blood oranges. However, I … Continue reading

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Go-To Granola

I’ll be honest with you: This granola basically came about by me dumping every half-open bag of nuts in my bridge into a large bowl. But even so, it created something magical, warming, and delicious. I like to improvise a … Continue reading

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Meyer Lemon Poppyseed Scones

These Meyer lemon poppyseed scones are like little rays of sunshine. I decided to make them this morning because I literally had nothing to eat for breakfast. I did have three Meyer lemons, half a container of buttermilk, flour, and … Continue reading

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Cranberry Orange Muffins

Y’all have been clamoring for this cranberry orange muffin recipe. I can’t say I blame you. Cranberries are the ultimate fall fruit. I just discovered that a few weeks ago, when I bought two pounds of cranberries and ended up … Continue reading

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Tortilla Soup

Every year around this time, I find myself craving tortilla soup. It’s simple, warming, and spicy. It’s the perfect thing to make after Thanksgiving when you never want to cook again but you also don’t want to eat leftovers or … Continue reading

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Apple Cinnamon Muffins

Picture an overcast, rainy fall day when you sleep late, stumble into the kitchen, make some coffee, and then set up your computer to watch the entire Season Four of Real Housewives of Potomac. Okay, maybe the last part isn’t … Continue reading

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Cauliflower Frittata

I’m not going to lie to you; I was a little apprehensive while creating this cauliflower frittata. I’ve only grown to love cauliflower over the past few years, when I learned that adding spice and heat can turn a very … Continue reading

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Shrimp and Orzo

This post goes out to my friend Julicia, who asked me to share the recipe for shrimp and orzo a few weeks ago and had to suffer from my procrastination. This one-pot shrimp and orzo is one of the best … Continue reading

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Vegan Lemon Poppyseed Doughnuts

I’ve been on a roll with baked doughnuts lately. I think they’re my new creative medium for 2021. The thing that I love about doughnuts is, they’re basically a blank canvas and you can do whatever you want to them. … Continue reading

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Gluten-Free Banana Nut Muffins

There were three very sad, brown-spotted bananas on my counter this morning. So I decided to make these gluten-free banana nut muffins for breakfast. Plus, I’m a firm believer that when the temperature dips below freezing (say, one degree F) … Continue reading

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