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What is a Sandwich?

A hoagie? Sure. PB&J? Absolutely. A burrito? Nope! But why? With a wheat or flour wrapping that usually encases meat and other fixin’s, it seems like it’d qualify just like a pita or anything else normally considered a sandwich. Well, The Atlantic has put this question to rest with 4 solid qualifications that will help you figure out, what exactly is a sandwich? emailprint

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Red, White & Blue Blast

This delectable recipe from our friends over at NutriBullet will be the perfect picnic wrap up this holiday weekend!   Red, White & Blue Blast Ingredients Red Layer 1/2 cup strawberries, 1/2 cup almond milk (or other milk substitute) 1 tsp raw, organic honey Ice cubes White Layer 3/4 cup almond milk (or other milk substitute) 1 tsp raw, organic honey Ice cubes Blue Layer 1/2 cup blueberries 1/2 cup almond milk (or other milk substitute) 1 tsp honey Ice [...]

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How to Make a Chocolate Bowl

This is probably the cutest idea we’ve seen. Seriously. Try it. Also, it’s almost summer and what better way to eat ice cream than in an EDIBLE CHOCOLATE BOWL?? ‘Nuff said.

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Summer’s coming to a close, and as the weather starts to chill, I’m looking back on grilling season with a nostalgic eye. This recipe is for those who already miss the hot summer days of grilling, or for those who live in an apartment where grilling can be a challenge. My solution? Using an indoor grill for my favorite grilling recipes! I love using my indoor grill to make these teriyaki chicken skewers. The onion, pineapple and bell peppers give the chicken [...]

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Pig, pig, pig, pig, PIG! Pig, pig, pig. Did you ever play the children’s game “Pig, Pig, Pernil”? It was one of my childhood favorites growing up in Puerto Rico.* *Note: I did not grow up in Puerto Rico, there is no such game, you are gullible. Of course, the best way to feed a crowd easily, cheaply, and happily is pasta. But the second best way that I know is pernil – Puerto Rican spiced pork shoulder roast. This [...]

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Last week, I brought home a whole bag of peaches to enjoy. One of my favorite things to make with peaches is this peach smoothie. It is made with a splash of orange juice, a banana, a peach, plain yogurt, and a squirt of honey. I like to freeze the banana (peeled and chopped to make things easier) at least 30 minutes before to make my smoothie nice and cold. Do you have any favorite peach recipes? Bananas Over Peaches Smoothie [...]

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A hoagie? Sure. PB&J? Absolutely. A burrito? Nope! But why? With a wheat or flour wrapping that usually encases meat and other fixin’s, it seems like it’d qualify just like a pita or anything else normally considered a sandwich. Well, The Atlantic has put this question to rest with 4 solid qualifications that will help you figure out, what exactly is a sandwich?

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This one goes out to Komi, the uber-fancy, uber-delicious temple to food not far from my apartment in DC. A meal at Komi is a twelve course affair, with just a bite of various deliciousnesses followed by some sort of roasted meat, like duck or goat. And one of the first few bites is often cheese-stuffed dates, which I recreate here. Yum. The Magic Bullet does a great job of blending together whatever cheeses you have in the house. Here [...]

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Pancakes have the amazing ability to brighten up any morning. Even mornings when you wake up really early with the depressing thought that you will be spending the entire day at work. I could eat them every day for breakfast. The only thing that could stand between me and a fresh, hot stack of pancakes in the morning is not having enough time to make them. Luckily, my Magic Bullet makes it quick and easy to whip a few up, [...]

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