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by Sarah Steimer

Guacamole deviled eggs

Guacamole is taken very, very seriously in my apartment. Which means I was both excited and a little nervous to add it to eggs. The result? Pop-in-our-mouth good.

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by Sarah Steimer

The Nor'easter

Sure, I’m not in the Northeast, but that hasn’t made this Midwest winter any easier to handle without a drink. I was a little worried that both the ginger beer and the syrup would over-sweeten this cocktail, but it actually struck a perfect balance with the booze and lime.

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by Caitlin Saniga

These meatballs were super tender and juicy, and the sauce was to die for. I served mine on a bed of big basil leaves. Overkill, perhaps. But I'm in summer withdrawal.

These meatballs were super tender and juicy, and the sauce was to die for. I served mine on a bed of big basil leaves. Overkill, perhaps. But I’m in summer withdrawal.

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by Caitlin Saniga

I've been all about dishes that liven up cold-weather staples lately. Cilantro and lime add lots of brightness and color to a soup that has lots of warm flavors, a nice combination.

I’ve been all about dishes that liven up cold-weather staples lately. Cilantro and lime add lots of brightness and color to a soup that has lots of warm flavors, a nice combination.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Black bean and corn fritters with cilantro-lime sauce

I love that you can find all of these ingredients at the grocery store on any cold day and still be able to whip up a dish that tastes summer-fresh. Lime livens up the fritters, and garlic and fresh cilantro give the sauce zing.


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by Caitlin Saniga

Curry-lime roasted peanuts

These savory curry-lime roasted peanuts are perfect for snacking on, but I have grand plans to use them as a soup garnish. Stay tuned.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Ginger-curry burst tomatoes with chickpeas over quinoa

Lately, I’ve been sorting through stacks of old magazines that I’ve stockpiled in the three years since I moved into my Roanoke apartment. I’ve probably gone through 60 or so issues of food and home magazines, scouring for recipes to add to my to-make list. (My apologies to those who follow me on Pinterest for smothering your feeds with mouthwatering photos.) This simple tomato recipe was one of the ones I bookmarked. And I’m so happy I did! I added quinoa and served it up for dinner, and as I ate it, I made a mental note to add it to my regular rotation come next tomato season. Sometimes, being a pack rat has its perks.


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by Caitlin Saniga

Barley salad with corn, red beans and black-eyed peas

This salad has a nice mix of healthy ingredients: grains, proteins and fresh vegetables. It’s definitely feel-good food.


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by Sarah Steimer

I didn't quite have a bowl big enough for this, so it's more of a burrito plate. I was craving something Mexican-inspired, but wasn't in the mood for all the cheese and tortillas. This was a lightened-up version with the added benefit of super-healthy kale.

I didn’t quite have a bowl big enough for this, so it’s more of a burrito plate. I was craving something Mexican-inspired, but wasn’t in the mood for all the cheese and tortillas. This was a lightened-up version of a restaurant-style burrito bowl with the added benefit of super-healthy kale.


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by Sarah Steimer

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The red chiles really would have made the salsa stand out, but the flavors are awesome regardless of color. I am such a sucker for a good Mexican dish, how many times do I have to say this to you all?


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