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Beet and Goat Cheese Salad

Los Angeles, Ca, -Beets are delicious any time but they are especially good during the summer months. Especially golden beets, which come into season in the summer. If you’re not a beet lover start with the yellow beet and try…

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Beef bourgeon

Beef bourgeon is a classic French beef stew with chunks of flavorful beef in a rich sauce with roasted carrots and onions. By far this is one of my favorite meals and I love serving it with crunchy bread or…

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Popovers

A Popover is an easy recipe and they are made from very simple ingredients- eggs, flour, butter and salt. However, when they are beaten together and added to an extremely hot oven- magic happens.

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Goat cheese and tomato sauce

This delicious goat cheese and tomato sauce recipe was from the restaurant I helped open with Jay Fignano. This was his favorite dish and the second we made it together I was hooked. The creamy goat cheese is a perfect…

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Holiday Blondie Brownies

Words to describe this Blondie brownie with M&M’s, snow caps, Kit Kat bars and melted chocolate chips- would be yummy, over the top, craziness and perfect for the holidays! This sugary treat travels well as the melted chocolate chips harden…

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Blondie brownies

Every Christmas I try and come up with a few new cookie ideas for the oh-so-familiar cookie exchange parties or the inevitable cookie gifting, and this year the cookie of choice was a blondie brownie. Not a cookie you say, well…

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Ramen Soup

My love for Ramen Soup is deep. It started a few years ago when I went to the largest Ramen festival of all time in Los Angeles. They had chef’s from around the world and their passion began mine. Ramen…

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Yogurt pumpkin patch

This adorable, delicious and shhhhh secretly healthy-ish snack for your kids during the fall months will be a perfect addition to your repertoire. For more great recipes follow @chefmarymoran on Twitter. Directions: Fill 4 small clear dishes with your desired…

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Blackberry and blueberry pie

Warm blackberry and blueberry pie with an amazing sweet and savory sage crust. That’s right, a sage crust. Before you click to the next recipe let me explain why this has a sage crust. Sage is earthy and pairs well…

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Chocolate chip banana muffins

These chocolate chip banana muffins are adult/kid tested and approved. The muffins are not overly banana in flavor, however they are just enough banana to make them moist and delicious. Why eat banana muffins? Well they are sweet, moist and…

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Chicken curry salad

My love for chicken curry salad is deep. The savory flavors of curry which is a combination of  tumeric, coriander, cinnamon, brown sugar and cardamon. The earthy flavors are sweet and yet savory. This recipes is delicious if the grilled…

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Asparagus soup

Everyone needs a good Asparagus soup recipe. This recipe I created for Traditional Home Magazine is delicious with it’s hint of pistachio and cream. This Asparagus soup tastes like asparagus, but it’s softer and milder than plain asparagus, because it has…

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