Author Archives: Emily Jacobs

One Pot Wonderful

While in the middle of a workout session, doing forward lunges with 10 pound weights (not an easy task), my fellow workout classmate, Marie, asked me “Do you like lamb?” “Yes, I love lamb,” I responded gasping for air in … Continue reading

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A Hot and Hearty Soup

I have to admit, I’m a little obsessed with making soup right now. Once the weather gets cold, soup is the only thing I want to eat. This Beef and Barley Soup is warm, hearty, and perfect for a cold … Continue reading

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A Chocolate Lover’s Dream

This Chocolate Ganache Tart with Fresh Raspberries is simple, elegant, and oh so chocolatey.

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Goji Berry Salad Dressing

I hope everyone had a fun and safe Halloween. My night was spent handing out candy to the cute little trick-or-treaters that came to my door. I’m pretty sure I had more fun than they did! Anyways, back to the … Continue reading

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Curried Lentil Soup

Lentil soup is a staple in my house. I always have the ingredients on hand and the preparation time is quick. For this lentil soup, I used curry flavors to give it a little spice. Curry is a unique blend … Continue reading

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Santa Barbara Spot Prawns

What is the difference between a prawn and a shrimp? This is the question many people ask me when I tell them about spot prawns. The terms prawn and shrimp are generally interchangeable. There are some differences in body structure, … Continue reading

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A Light and Fruity Dessert

Dessert is subjective. Sometimes you want a thick, rich piece of chocolate cake. Other times, you want a creamy, velvety custard. Today, it’s all about the times when you want a light, fruity, and a not-too-sweet dessert. This lemon pound … Continue reading

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