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12 Oct Sweet Potato + Apple Tian

Even though it's still blazing hot here in LA, it IS actually fall and with that comes the bounty of autumn produce. The display of apples at the market today made me swoon, and I knew something had to happen with them in my kitchen today. Since my sweet tooth is mostly limited to dark chocolate and pie making is better left to the genius bakers in my life, I went all savory on those little bites of fall. The resulting recipe: a gorgeous spiral of a sweet potato, potato, and apple tian. While it takes time to bang out the spiral (but even with my lack of patience I didn't lose my mind, so don't fret), it's totally worth the effort to be able to set this beauty on your table. The key to making this work is to get even slices (I highly recommend using a mandolin), and it's...

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13 May Roasted Brussels Bowl with Crispy White Beans, Brown Rice, and Lemon Sage Garlic Broth

Roasted Brussels Bowl with Crispy White Beans, Brown Rice, and Lemon Sage Garlic Broth Yield: Serves 2 Cooking Time: 30 Minutes I inherited my hatred of Brussels from my dad, whose British mother believed veggies should be boiled and mushy- because of this I have stayed away for most of my life.  But, after trying a bunch of preparations over the past few years, from raw to fried, I have started to think these little sprouts and I may have a future together. My favorite for a while has been raw shredded Brussels salads, but I never truly got on board with roasted Brussels until recently when I had crispy roasted Brussels in a simple dashi broth at Superba Snackbar in Venice. The pairing of a flavorful both with the crispy sprouts was magical, and since then I have been experimenting with different broths to pair with my Brussels. This one is my...

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