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cooking for luv lux mushroom pate

13 Apr Luxe Mushroom Pate

My vegan foie gras recipe is one of my most popular and I love love love making it to wow friends from carnivores to meatless crusaders. Using lentils and walnuts as the base with ume plum vinegar as the secret ingredient, it has an extremely rich and umami packed flavor profile that you just can't quit eating til the last finger lick from the jar. This past week I was looking to create a legume free option of that recipe so I turned to the other classic meatless pate ingredient: mushrooms. Paired with some similar ingredients to my original (the miso stayed but I swapped in sherry vinegar for the ume plum), a few new secret umami bomb weapons (porcini powder, tamari, mustard powder and capers), some new freshness (with fragrant farmers market thyme and parsley), and the pièce de résistance: ultra lux fatty butter, this new pate is some...

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cooking for luv mexican kale salad

02 Mar Purple Kale Salad with Creamy Cashew Avocado Dressing

I can never get enough kale salad, so I'm always inventing new ways to mix up the same old bowl. This recipe was inspired by my new favorite Venice Beach neighborhood watering hole, Clutch, where their Cali-Mex kale and cauliflower salad transported my tastebuds to a very happy place last week. Now when I don't want to walk the three blocks to get it, I can make my own twist at home (but I would still walk a hundred miles for those Mexi nacho fries with avocado crema!). You can make this one vegan by omitting the cojita, but you'll need to up the salt to make up for the loss.[yumprint-recipe id='67']...

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02 Feb Roasted Cauliflower Florets with Pomegranate Goat Cheese Sauce

It's finally the month of love, and everything in my kitchen is coming up pink and red! This recipe uses pomegranates in three forms to create the subtle shades of pink: Pomegranate juice, pomegranate molasses, and pomegranate seeds. Don't let the fancy look fool you, this dish is beyond easy and takes only 5-10 minutes of hands on time!You can find the super tart and pungent molasses at many middle eastern markets, some Whole Foods stores, or online.xoxo,Stephanie[yumprint-recipe id='65']...

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