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Even though Emeril is on team meat he is still one of my idols -- someone I aspire to be, or to be like. I have always adored him (I even own all his cookware!), and now I may even love the man. Here's the story:

Earlier this week my friend Briana called saying she had an extra ticket to a taping of Emeril Lagasse's new show. Briana is a chef at one of Tom Colicchio's restaurants and ...

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I've had this head of cauliflower sitting in my fridge for almost two weeks. I bought it for raw week hoping to try my hand at making fat-free raw "rice" (by grinding up the cauliflower) but I never got around to it.

Stumped on what to do with my cauliflower I asked twitterland and HH's Facebook fans for some help. Over 40 suggestions came in and they all sounded amazing! Roasted Cauliflower Florets, Cauliflower Soup and Cauliflower Mashed ...

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Aha! I did it again. Ever since I made my single-serving brownie recipe, I've been wondering if I could do it with a muffin. I tried two versions over the weekend, this blueberry one and a carrot one. While the carrot one was alright, this blueberry muffin really stole the show. Wowza! It's so good! In fact, Scott liked it so much he asked if I'd make a few more as his dinner!

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Get ready to jump up and down with this recipe -- it's a decadent and creamy vegan ice cream that's practically instant to make. And did I mention it was also raw? Ugh, yeah, it's love.

Now, don't get me wrong, I still love this this tofu ice cream recipe. In fact, one of the first variations I tried with it was a banana ice cream (my Dad's idea, actually). I slipped in a little cinnamon ...

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Last week during my raw regimen I developed a recipe for raw pasta. I've experimented with zucchini as "pasta" before in my no pasta, pasta recipe which uses zucchini, marinara and tofu ricotta, but unlike my previous recipe, this raw recipe is 100% raw.

It's also low in calories, full of vitamins and nutrients, really filling and tastes remarkably like pasta. I used my spirooli to make the "pasta" but a cheese grater or tireless knife can do ...

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