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Savory Meets Sweet: Chicago Mix Cookies

This … look, I’m a bit competitive about baking (but with myself, not others) and someone told me popcorn in cookies wouldn’t work. So, I said: wanna bet? Which is how I’ve found myself working on perfecting Chicago Mix Cookies this weekend. Which isn’t as easy as it sounds because there is a DELICATE balance between salt and sweet happening here. The idea of putting cheese in a cookie (yes, you

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When Italy Meets France: Ratatouille Pizza

I don’t know if you know this, but pizza is the perfect food. Carbs. Cheese. Veggies. Protein. It’s got it all. If you’re from my neck of the wood (STL, REPRESENT) we eat pizza that is not only cut in squares and the crust is about the thinness of a saltine. I won’t get into what provel cheese is, but safe to say if you come and visit me and

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Have Your Sweet and Eat It Too: Easy Coconut Rice

I don’t eat a lot of grains that aren’t whole and complex, but there are a few things that get a pass: pasta from time to time (usually if I’m out, because even when I am home I pick whole grain, veggies, or chickpea noodles to eat), and coconut rice. If you’ve never had coconut rice, you’re missing one of the GREAT comfort foods to grace this world. It’s a

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The Best Protein Balls to Keep You Going

You might have been looking for a protein ball recipe, and you might not have been. Either way, you’re here and we think it happened for a reason. Even if you don’t know what the heck protein balls are, we’d suggest you give this quick read a few minutes of your time and before you know it you’ll have the knowledge to make super-simple protein balls to snack on all

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Internet Cookie Legend: Two-Fifty Chocolate Chip Cookies

It’s the week of Thanksgiving and I am here to talk to you about cookies; specifically chocolate chip cookies because THAT TIME OF YEAR IS COMING. So: a chocolate chip cookie, is a chocolate chip, is a chocolate chip … right? Well. Maybe not. At least we can agree that not all cookies are made the same. Or maybe it’s you can’t make cookies without breaking a few eggs. Or

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