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Eat Well Archives - Page 7 of 11 - The Cultureur | For the Modern Global Citizen

[Recipe] Gluten-free, Flour-less Chocolate Cake

March 10, 2013
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I’ve only recently started getting into gluten-free recipes. I don’t have any allergies (that I know of) or anything, but I always feel better after consuming gluten-free products. Maybe it’s just in my head, but whatever it is, I’ll go with it […]

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Recipe: Spiced + Nutty Chocolate Chip Cookies

February 15, 2013
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I’m an absolute sucker for chocolate chip cookies. Always have been. I strongly believe that there’s very little a warm, chewy cookie with chunks of gooey chocolate can’t fix. In good times and bad, it’s there for me. In sickness and in health, it […]

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[Recipe] Gluten-/Dairy-/Sugar-Free Banana Nut Bread

February 8, 2013
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Last week, on a random rainy afternoon, I was craving a warm, moist, ridiculously delicious piece of banana nut bread. But I had little interest in getting into my car and driving somewhere, only to get mediocre, high-calorie bread that probably wouldn’t satisfy my perfectly picky […]

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Top 11 Foodie Musts in Washington D.C.

February 3, 2013
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Travel + food = a match made in heaven. Indulging in the finest the city has to offer has carved a permanent home on all my travel itineraries. I love trying out new restaurants (high end and low end), asking locals for recommendations, sampling hole-in-the-wall favorites of […]

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Pour Like a Pro: Mixology Class at the Sofitel Hotel in Chicago

January 29, 2013
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As Maid of Honor in my sister’s wedding last year, it was my duty to plan her Bachelorette Party weekend. She had friends flying in from both coasts, so I figured Chicago would be the best option, as it was the midway point (relatively) and she hadn […]

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[Guest Post] Tacos, Enchiladas, and Mole: Mexican Culinary Staples With A Twist

December 19, 2012
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As travelers, we are always on a journey to satisfy our cravings and curiosities for new things.  No matter where we go, whether a new town, city, or country, one of the best ways to have an authentic experience is to sample and understand the local food. In […]

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[Recipe] Rice Krispies Treats

December 14, 2012
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At the request of one of my subscribers, I’ve decided to post the recipe for the age-old American favorite, rice krispies treats. My version veers slightly on the healthier side, so it’s not as gooey and rich as some may like. Temper the ingredients to […]

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Photo Essay: Traveling the World for the Love of Macarons

December 9, 2012
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All around the world, the bright rainbow colors have intrigued my eyes and tantalized my taste buds…

Los Angeles: Bottega Louie

Paris/London/NYC: Ladurée

London/Washington DC/Brussels: Paul

London/Paris: Pierre Hermé

San Francisco: L’Artisan

NYC: Bisous Ciao […]

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The Best Macarons in Los Angeles…

December 6, 2012
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are nestled on the sprawling shelves of trendy downtown French bistro and bakery, Bottega Louie. Just because it’s LA, don’t assume that you’ll find “skinny macarons”; there’s no skimping on size and thickness here. The real differences are the taste, texture, and grand range […]

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Photo Essay: Carrot Walnut and Pumpkin Cupcakes + Recipes

November 25, 2012
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I *LOVE* baking, especially when recipes involve some of my favorite seasonal ingredients like pumpkin. While I love finding new dishes to try online and in cookbooks, it’s comforting to know that there always a few favorites that I can always count on. Two such recipes are […]

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