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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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30 Jul Raw Shiso Wraps – Two Ways (Vegan, Vegetarian, Gluten Free)

Raw Shiso Wraps - Two Ways When I came across the most gorgeous Shiso leaves I've ever seen at the market last week,  vibrant purple on one side and a deep green on the other, I bought three bunches (having absolutely no idea what to do with them at the time). Shiso is the Japanese name for an annual herb called Perilla, a leaf generally classified in the mint family that has slight citrus and basil notes as well. You can eat it raw or cooked, and I find as a general rule to use it anywhere you would use mint or basil. Since my over-purchase, I've made shiso miso soup, shiso tempura, pickled shiso, shiso cocktails, shiso salads, and more. The most successful of my experiments:  Shiso Wraps. Here are the recipes for two of my favorites, the first has a California market flair with goat cheese, apricots, almonds and jalapenos; the...

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