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meet the maker: Your Super

photos by Jennifer Johnson | When we find a product that we can’t stop raving about, we have to share it with you! Your Super is one of those products. You know it’s great when you walk into a friends house to tell them about it and they physically hand it to you instead. This has been happening to us since the day we discovered this product, and we couldn’t wait to tell you about it too.

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vegetarian cassoulet

photo by Jennifer Johnson | Traditionally made with meat and beans, this updated take is a lighter and quicker version of this classic one pot meal. It’s a simple weeknight dinner packed with hearty vegetables and topped with crispy breadcrumbs. Be sure to use the best wine you can for this recipe as it really adds a great amount of depth to this very straight-forward dish.

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5 hearty chili recipes

We’ve turned back the clocks, officially swapped out our flip flops for boots, and have pulled the sweaters out of our closets. When the temperatures start to drop, there’s no better time for a big batch of chili. Here’s our roundup of 5 warm and satisfying chili recipes for your arsenal, including options for meat, chicken, and vegetarian recipes.

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our Memorial Day grilling menu!

recipes by Emily Weber | photos by Jennifer Johnson | Grilling season in finally upon us! To celebrate, we’ve come up with this fresh, Middle Eastern-inspired menu for seamless Memorial Day entertaining. The grilled chicken shawarma skewers are loaded with flavor and the only real work involved is preparing the marinade, skewering the chicken, then grilling them. To pair with the chicken, we recommend grilled pita triangles, an herb-loaded, green tahini dip, and an easy mint and parsley couscous. And of course, to top it off, a cucumber gin sour—which involves a little extra work to make fresh cucumber juice—but, trust us…it’s worth it.

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our Easter risotto bar!

Having family and friends over for the holidays can definitely be stressful, so this year we’re making it easier on ourselves with a main dish of oven-baked risotto served with three sides to go with it—a fish, a meat, and a vegetable. That way there’s something for everyone (and it’s easier than you think to pull it all together). Once you make risotto this way, we’re certain you’ll never stand at the stove stirring it every five minutes again!

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