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    One-Pot Tomato Basil Couscous

    It is sometimes hard to find the motivation to cook after a really long work day. I am super happy whenever I find a good recipe that can be made quickly and easily with as little clean up as possible. I know it’s easy to sacrifice flavor or healthiness when you are looking for something quick, but hopefully this recipe can be added to your arsenal of good after-work meals. I made this recipe for myself, but it could easily serve two people… so yes, I did eat if for lunch the next day.   Ingredients 1 C Israeli couscous 2 C water 1.5 C fresh spinach (kale could also…

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    Blueberry Cheesecake

    I absolutely love cheesecake and am positive that I can make 100 variations of it without getting bored. This is a recipe for a dense baked blueberry cheesecake that I made for a coworker’s birthday- Happy birthday Dora! The recipe is pretty simple and carries well in case you want to whip up a quick dessert to take to a party or a picnic. I carried mine for an hour on the train with no problem! Plus, the blueberries that are currently available right now at most Bay Area farmer’s markets are just too good to pass up. Ingredients: 8 graham crackers crushed 6 T unsalted butter melted 1/2 C…

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    Rainbow Pride Fruit Tart

    After moving to my new apartment, it was definitely time to get back on the baking bus. What better opportunity, than SF’s Pride parade! I hosted a little pre-pride get together and thought it would be awesome to have something fun & sweet for people to enjoy. This rainbow tart is incredibly easy to make, because it takes no baking at all! Plus its a fun, colorful way to enjoy some amazing seasonal fruit. I picked up the fruits I used at the SF ferry building farmers market- strawberries, apricots, pineapple, green grapes, and blue berries!                       Ingredients: 1.5 C…

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