Stovetop Maple Chicken Hot Pot Recipe {Plus Maple Cookbook Review, Giveaway, and a Q&A with Katie Webster}

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This paleo Stovetop Maple Chicken Hot Pot recipe hits all the right flavor notes (sweet, salt, and spice), making it addictively delicious and a great way to showcase the versatility of maple syrup.

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Some of my all-time favorite food memories from being a kid involve a big stack of pancakes topped with a pat of butter and drizzled with amber-colored, sticky-sweet maple syrup. Growing up, pancakes in our house were a very rare event, saved for birthdays and holidays, which made the ordeal even more special.

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Creamy Chicken and Kale Enchiladas with Salsa Verde {Plus a Q&A with Fifty Shades of Kale Author Jennifer Iserloh and a Giveaway of Her Cookbook}

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This Creamy Chicken and Kale Enchiladas with Salsa Verde recipe boasts added nutrition from kale in a creamy, piquant sauce. So, kale. That humble leafy green that leaves so many other veggies green with envy. Kale is wildly popular these days because of its numerous health benefits (and also here and here, if you’re interested), plus the fact that it’s pretty darn delicious. Suddenly, kale is like the little black dress of the veggie world…everyone’s eating it!...

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Korean Barbeque Beef (Bulgogi) Recipe {Plus a Q&A with Celebrity Chef Thomas Gosney and a Giveaway of His Cookbook}

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This paleo version of Korean Barbeque Beef (Bulgogi) is super flavorful and comes together fast enough for a weeknight dinner. I can’t remember whether or not my mom consciously taught me how to cook. I think it was more a case of her cooking family dinners for us every single night (on weeknights things like fish, broccoli, and rice or beef goulash or BBQ chicken with pasta salad and greens beans, and on weekends things like roast chicken or pot roast), and me watching her in the kitchen. Of course I also learned from a variety of other sources (TV, magazines, friends, etc.), but I […]...

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Dark Chocolate Olive Oil Cake with Blueberries and Ginger

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This Dark Chocolate Olive Oil Cake with Blueberries and Ginger is deeply chocolaty, rich, and moist, with complex fruity flavor notes thanks to the addition of olive oil, blueberries, and ginger. We all have a favorite oil, whether it is coconut oil, avocado oil, olive oil, or something else. Like any other staple, our favorite oil is always in our pantry, and it’s often what we reach for when we want to make everything from fried eggs to muffins to sautéed vegetables. For a lot of us, olive oil reigns supreme because if it’s flavor, cooking versatility, and health benefits....

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Scottish Oatcakes Recipe {Plus a Q&A with Bob’s Red Mill Founder Bob Moore and a $100 Bob’s Red Mill Gift Card Giveaway}

Scottish Oat Cakes {Gluten-Free}

If you use Bob’s Red Mill products, you’re familiar with top quality whole grains: wholesome, timeless foods that have nourished people for generations. For this month’s installment of A Happier Healthier You 2015 we’re talking with Bob Moore, the friendly face behind the company, to dig deeper into the world of whole grains....

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Iced Bubble Coffee {And a Coffee Giveaway!}

Iced Bubble Coffee

I love my coffee, but it’s one of those things that I try not to have every day. I like to think of coffee as an indulgence…not quite on par with triple-layer chocolate cake or lasagna, but still something that isn’t for daily consumption. So when I have coffee, I take my time to make sure that a) its good stuff and b) I have time to actually sit down and savor it. I am a fiend for local artisanal coffee shops and at home my French press sees more action than any other coffee brewing tool in my kitchen....

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Tomato-Basil Turkey Burgers with Garlicky Zucchini and Quinoa Recipe {Plus a Q&A with Denise Austin and a Giveaway of Her 10-Week Health and Fitness Plan}

Tomato-Basil Turkey Burgers with Garlicky Zucchini and Quinoa

For nearly everyone I know, February is their least favorite month (even my sis, and it’s her birthday month!). By the time February rolls around, the excitement of starting a new year has worn off and so has the novelty of snow…and the need to constantly bundle up and chug soup to stay warm. Green grass, leafy trees, and color in general are still a long way off and everything just seems kind-of blah. I’ve got something that’s full of excitement and energy to warm you up on a cold February day…how about a chat with Denise Austin, some fabulous fitness motivation, and her recipe […]...

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