{Recipe} Garden Basil Pesto

May 4, 2015

     Garden Basil Pesto   There’s nothing quite like fresh garden basil pesto. When my five year old and I were invited to the Pesto Manifesto, a kids cooking class associated with the Saint James Healthy Food Initiative & Children’s Edible Garden, we jumped at the chance. Many thanks to event organizer Jennifer Reynolds […]

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Cinco de Mayo Pasta Salad with Jicama, Avocado and Lime + Giveaway

April 23, 2015

  Disclaimer: This recipe post and giveaway is sponsored by Dreamfield’s Pasta.    We’re celebrating SPRING here at Robinsbite today with this Cinco de Mayo pasta salad.   Here in Texas, one often sees a snack made simply of jicama (pronounced hick-a-ma), lime and cumin. For a long time, I was jicama adverse. Just couldn’t […]

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Noodle Kugel (Noodle Pudding)

April 22, 2015

It’s Recipe Redux time! Today’s task:  “Spring Cleaning”, choosing an ingredient/spice/condiment that’s been hanging out for a while and give it the love it deserves. My choice? The good old No Yolk wide egg noodles.  Yep, I forgot to take the picture of the bag BEFORE I made the kugel. This is me in the store taking […]

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Inside the fridge welcomes Katie Morford, author of Best Lunch Box Ever and Mom’s Kitchen Handbook

April 21, 2015

  Katie’s trusty cast iron skillet    Hi Friends. Meet Katie Morford. Katie is a San Francisco-based  freelance food and nutrition writer.  Oh, AND, she’s a registered dietitian, cookbook author, cooking teacher, and mom. She’s the author of Best Lunch Box Ever (Chronicle Books, 2013) and is  currently focused on writing a second cookbook about wholesome, […]

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27 ways to make asparagus +The Vegetarian Flavor Bible

March 27, 2015

  Karen Page, author of THE VEGETARIAN FLAVOR BIBLE (Little, Brown: 2014) and I share a bond. Sure, we both love food, cooking, nutrition, flavor, etc.  Yes, we both want people to eat more vegetables, considering the majority of American’s don’t get enough in their daily diets. But more than that, we share a bond […]

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