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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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February 12, 2014   •   admin

Olympic Eats: Hummus

It has come to my attention this week that I will never be in the Olympics. I hold my knee cartilage too dear for moguls, I slip and fall just looking at ice, and I refuse to sweep my apartment, so curling is just out of the question. But it’s okay. At least I can

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October 21, 2009   •   Whitney

Crock-it! Moroccan Chickpea Stew

That’s right, it’s crock-pot time. The weather in NYC is getting colder, errr was until today, so that means it’s time for hearty stews. For me that means it’s time to dust off the crock-pot. YESSSS! It’s almost as good as November 1st: my self-imposed day of when I have to wait to start listening

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September 14, 2009   •   Ariel and Whitney

Whit’s Tidbits: Herbed Lima Bean Hummus

As I said in my last post it’s back to school time! For me that also means it’s time for rush for my sorority and all the other Greeks at NYU. Confused? Yes, we actually do have Greek life at NYU, it’s a little known fact but we do exist. Along with spending hours “flirting”

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August 10, 2009   •   Ariel and Whitney

Whit’s Tidbits: Roasted Carrot Soup and my Dad’s garden

All summer I’ve been hearing about the wonderful produce coming from my Dad’s garden. Pretty much every time I talk to my parents I hear about the huge white summer squash or the fresh eggplant coming from the garden. I’ve been a little jealous to say the least. Well I am home in Nashville for

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July 16, 2009   •   Ariel and Whitney

Whit’s Tidbits: Gazpacho

First off let me apologize for not blogging in over a week! My trusty Mac hard drive broke (for the second time) leaving me without a computer for a week or so. Then once I got my computer back, everything was gone so it took like a day to upload all my pictures because I

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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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May 26, 2009   •   Ariel and Whitney

Whit’s Tidbits: Three S Vegetable Salad

Three S Vegetable Salad: Spinach, Squash, and Sundried Tomatoes. Yes, it really is that easy. I used 3 ingredients in this warm veggie salad and added a little lemon pepper to taste, voila: an easy side dish for lunch or dinner! It’s even great re-heated the next day, or cold straight from the fridge. I

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