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March 13, 2014   •   Whitney

Clean Cleanse: Week 2 Recap + Vegetable Lasagna

Yes. You read that correctly. I made a CLEAN lasagna with the help of the clean cleanse blog. Of course I found a way to work pasta into the cleanse, you didn’t think I’d converted completely, did you? But fear not, I didn’t break the cleanse with this lasagna as you will see in the

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March 9, 2014   •   ariel

Spaghetti Squash: It’s Not Spaghetti, but It’s Good

The truth: Spaghetti squash is not spaghetti. It doesn’t taste like spaghetti (because it’s a vegetable); the texture isn’t like spaghetti (it’s crunchy). So if you’re looking for the ultimate healthy, gluten-free, low-calorie, eat-a-lot-and-still-be-skinny pasta substitute, this is not it. PS. It doesn’t exist, and if it did, we’d all look like Giselle. But here’s the

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March 4, 2014   •   Whitney

Clean Cleanse: Week 1 Recap + Salty/Spicy/Sweet Noodles

Don’t worry we aren’t turning into a health blog! Just giving some healthier options in time for Spring cleaning. First up, my recap of week 1 on the cleanse followed by a recipe for Salty/Spicy/Sweet Noodles! Hint: they’re not actually noodles…Skip to the bottom if you just want the recipe! Let me preface this recap

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May 4, 2010   •   Whitney

Venice Carnevale–E.V.O.Oh My Gah I’m in Italy (6)!

Carnevale is basically Europe’s Mardi Gras. Lots of drinking, ridiculous costumes and amazing amounts of fun. We chose to spend Carnivale in Venice, one of the major celebration cities in Italy. It was incredible. I have never seen such elaborate costumes and Venice, oh Venice. It feels like you’re walking around a movie set. Absolutely

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August 17, 2009   •   Ariel and Whitney

Creamy Israeli Couscous and an Airplane Food Rant

This week I’m in California! Before I blog about all food West Coast, I thought I’d give you a little post about eating before boarding your flight to your next vacation destination. Now we all know that plane food is a little less than subpar. If you’re lucky enough to even be fed on a

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August 13, 2009   •   Ariel and Whitney

Baked Egg Noodle Casserole Creation

A few days ago I was rummaging around the kitchen. I was exhausted from a summer of running around the city, and congested and sniffly from living with a congested and sniffly Whitney. What I craved was comfort food. I went to our pasta cabinet and I was surprised to see that all we had

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June 29, 2009   •   Ariel and Whitney

Dabbling in the Kitch – Ariel’s Delightful Mac and Cheese

What can be more comforting than something that is warm, filling and cheesy? Today I’m blogging about my first attempt at baked macaroni and cheese. Despite appreciating truly good and fresh food, I happen to enjoy the stuff that comes out of the blue box. But in hopes of finding a cheesy mac that is

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June 16, 2009   •   Ariel and Whitney

Dabbling in the Kitch – Asian Sesame Noodles

You may all have noticed by now that I’m obsessed with Asian food and attempting to make it. The other night, after too many hours of looking on tastespotting, I had a hankering to cook. For those of you who have been on that site, you will know the feeling. For those of you who

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June 9, 2009   •   Ariel and Whitney

Whit’s Tidbits: Tofu Shirataki Noodles

Tofu shirawhatwhatwhaaa? That’s what I said when I first heard about these wonder noodles on Hungry Girl. I use the term “wonder noodles” because Tofu Shirataki Noodles are WONDROUS! An entire package of them (8 oz) is only 40 calories. 40 CALORIES! Even if you aren’t watching your figure, or “relaxing off the pounds” as I like to

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April 20, 2009   •   Ariel and Whitney

Rel’s Ravenous Review of Il Cortile

On Mulberry street in Little Italy, there are countless Italian restaurants. Which one to go to? Which one to choose? Sign after sign of Italian menus beckon pedestrians to come in and mangia. A few nights ago, my boyfriend and I decided to go to Il Cortile. As soon as we walked up to the

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