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DEEP DARK CHOCOLATE MUESLI

Until last summer, the appeal of muesli completely escaped me. I wanted to like it…wholesome oats mixed with dried fruit and nuts, sometimes soaked overnight in milk or yogurt, sometimes not. I’d first encountered it on a childhood trip with a friend whose family ate something called Alpen, which came in a small box featuring […]

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PROSCIUTTO ARUGULA LAVASH PIZZA

I hadn’t gotten to the subject of dinner and it was past five. With three hungry kids nipping at my heels (literally), I took a wild-eyed spin around the kitchen — pantry, freezer, fridge, breadbasket – making a mental note of my options for a 20 minute answer to dinner (not many) and briefly considered […]

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WHOLESOME ANSWER TO AIRLINE EATS

It’s a universal rule of being a kid: no matter what your parents feed you there’s always something better. For me, it was Velveeta mac and cheese from a box. My mother’s homemade version, crusty brown and oozing sharp Cheddar, a dish I now recognize as food nirvana, didn’t measure up when I was 10. […]

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