Honey-Vanilla Masala Chai Syrup for Iced or Hot Lattes

Honey-Vanilla Masala Chai Syrup for Iced or Hot Lattes

If I had to choose one smell that I feel sums up fall, it would be baking apple pie; this chai syrup comes in at a close second.

But since it’s about a month too soon (at least for me) for hot beverages like hot chai lattes, I’ll wait on that for now…

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One-Skillet Chicken and Summer Squash Sauté {Paleo}

One-Skillet Chicken and Summer Squash Sauté

What is your favorite recipe using zucchini? Muffins, breaded and fried, or stuffed, maybe?

This recipe is always a crowd-pleaser, and really lets the flavor of zucchini shine…

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Roasted Plum Yogurt Semifreddo with Vanilla and Cardamom

Street Food in Thailand

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I fell in love with Thai food while working at my first real job after college.

There was this little hole-in-the-wall Thai place downtown near where I worked; it had absolutely no ambiance, but without a doubt, the food was amazing. I would go there with a friend – who was just as much a fiend for Thai food as I was – at least once a week.

At that time, I never guessed that one day I’d actually be eating Thai food in Thailand!

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Mini Potato Frittatas with Cheddar and Scallion

Mini Potato Frittatas with Cheddar and Scallion

I ended up making this recipe three times in ten days so I could share it with you.

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25 Heirloom Tomato Recipes

25 Heirloom Tomato Recipes

In the collage above, on the left, top to bottom: Sun-Cooked Heirloom Tomato Pasta Sauce from From Away and Roasted Heirloom Salsa from Fork & Beans. On the right, top to bottom: Tomato Salad with Burrata Cheese from The View From Great Island; Heirloom Tomato and Avocado Panzanella Salad from An Edible Mosaic; and Kale and Sausage-Stuffed Heirloom Tomato from Running to the Kitchen.

One of my favorite ways to eat a ripe, local tomato in peak season is out-of-hand, just like an apple, except with a salt shaker nearby for an occasional sprinkle.

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Mediterranean Pasta Salad {Vegan}

Mediterranean Pasta Salad

Most of us already have a favorite pasta salad in our cooking repertoire, but do you have the perfect vegan pasta salad that you can whip up for any summer party, picnic, or BBQ?

I know I didn’t before this.

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Soft and Chewy Tahini, Honey, and Almond Cookies {Paleo}

Soft and Chewy Tahini, Honey, and Almond Cookies {Paleo}

I keep a huge jar of tahini in my fridge at all times. (Because a normal-sized jar would just not due, lol.)

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Book Review: One Simple Change by Winnie Abramson {And a Few Healthy Breakfast Ideas}

One Simple Change

I know a lot of people who think perfectionism is a good thing.

(Perfectionists always seem to be on top of their game…they never have to use the excuse that the dog ate their homework and never wonder whether they’ll be late for an appointment or a deadline because they’re always early.)

But being a perfectionist can also mean being way too hard on yourself, to the point where a small mistake becomes a big deal. And sometimes, if life doesn’t go exactly as planned, it’s a source of undue stress. For example, extra traffic en route to an appointment that makes you 20 minutes late wrecks your day, or a single bite of cake sabotages your whole diet.

I speak from experience when I say that perfectionism is both a blessing and a curse.

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Apricot Benedict with Creamy Peanut Sauce

Apricot Benedict with Peanut Sauce

I love Eggs Benedict.

It’s one of my favorites to order out for brunch, but I’ve never tried my hand at it at home, mostly because – if I’m being totally honest – hollandaise sauce intimidates me a little.

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Hello! I’m Faith and I write An Edible Mosaic. This is my recipe collection of international favorites and updated American classics, with an emphasis on seasonal dishes. I focus on real foods that sustain body and mind, bring people together, and make a house a home. Welcome to my mosaic of recipes.

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