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HALLOWEEN COCKTAIL :: THE SWAMP SPICE FLIP

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Now, unless you’re actually hosting a Swamp-themed Halloween party like ours, you may not want to give such a delicious drink such an atrocious name. In this case, however, it fit quite nicely. But, if you’d like to give it a proper name, we’ll call it the Spiced Pear Flip… If you’re feeling so bold, you might […]

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3 FALL RECIPES TO TRY THIS WEEKEND!

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You may remember me mentioning my collaboration with Starbucks back in September to create lots of yummy (literally!) fall posts for this fun site we put together celebrating all things fall (including – of course – the release of their pumpkin spice via!). Well, I thought I’d highlight a few of the recipes over there […]

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  1. Erin

    Wow, that rice dish TRULY is the most beautiful dish I have ever seen. Can’t wait to make it this weekend. Hope mine comes out looking that lovely.

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CASS’ KITCHEN :: CHARRED ENDIVE SALAD WITH LENTILS + RADISH

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When I latch on to an ingredient that I like, I tend to find tons of different ways to use it. This summer, one of those ingredients was endive. I love the somewhat bitter crunch it has, and how the size and shape is so perfect for entertaining too! So, I put it in salads, I […]

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CASS’ KITCHEN :: WATERMELON + COCONUT CRÈME

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If you’ve been following my adventures the last few days, you know that I’ve been touring around through the Okanagan Valley in B.C. and by touring I mean eating and drinking to my heart (and belly’s) content.  I can’t wait to share more from the trip with you all (soon soon!) but in the meantime, […]

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CASS’ KITCHEN :: SUMMER WATERMELON SALAD

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Some of us are blessed with the ability to open the fridge, pull out a few ingredients and whip up something decently (or sometimes surprisingly!) tasty. Growing up with a chef for a father, I’d like to think that I inherited a bit of this ability. And it seems – judging by requests on instagram when I […]

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  1. Lisa

    Love this salad. Looks delicious. I make a similar one with black olives in place of the blackberries. The salt in the olives compliments the watermelon well.

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  2. kate Zucconi

    I’m reall into watermelon at the moment!
    As I live in italy its so hot and watermelon is so refreshing!
    This combination looks amazing with the feta and mint. I don’t know if I can get blackberries where I am, is there another berry that would work well?
    Many thanks!

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