Post image for Living Local: Guest Post from the Parsley Thief

This week’s Living Local post comes from one of my favorite food bloggers, Katie Vitucci of The Parsley Thief. Her mouthwatering recipes and photos get me every time. Here she tells us about her favorite in-season ingredients and gives a great recipe idea on how to incorporate them. Read more »

Christie -Jun 07, 2012, 8:10PM
Looks amazing! Can't wait to try it myself!
meatballs & milkshakes -Jun 07, 2012, 1:06PM
beautiful and delicious looking!

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Kinfolk Dinner Series

Last weekend FP Brigette and I got to attend an amazing dinner put on here in Philadelphia by the people at Kinfolk! For those of you who don’t know what Kinfolk is, it’s a magazine produced by a group of artists “advocating the natural approach to entertaining.” The pages are filled with amazing photography, inspiring articles, and an emphasis on art, design, and spending time with friends. Read more »

Carrie Jordan -Jun 04, 2012, 1:03PM
I bet the decor and details at the dinner was beautiful. I just visited Terrain in CT for the first time this weekend and was blown away by the design there! Looks like a fun time :)
TotalKnockoff -Jun 03, 2012, 10:45AM
looks beautiful! love the natural and rustic look.

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Post image for Miso-Glazed Sea Bass

They say that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, but I think that the way to mine is through miso-glazed sea bass. After hours of marinating, the miso mixture keeps the fish tender and then, when cooking, it caramelizes on the surface. Read more »

Preston -Jul 20, 2012, 9:50AM
lets make it!
lieske -Jun 04, 2012, 7:19AM
omg, yummie yummie yummie. I'm getting very hungry seeing this. I really love te recipes you show on this site. I hope you will continue with posting recipes

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Post image for Eggless Egg Salad – With Curry, Asparagus, and Raisins

Crunchy and sweet, spiced and creamy – all at the same time – this week’s eggless egg salad recipe is a must for any vegan looking to pack some protein into their lunches. Spread it onto a sandwich with some nutty bread, lettuce, and tomato, or simply top off a salad with a few large spoonfuls. Read more »

A -Jun 04, 2012, 11:45AM
That looks so yummy!

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Post image for Living Local: Guest Post from Two Blue Lemons

This week’s featured in-season ingredient comes from Sarah Waldman of the blog Two Blue Lemons. If you’ve never checked out her blog, I highly suggest it. Read more »

Beth -May 24, 2012, 8:22PM
Two Blue Lemons is the place to go for inspiration and palate pleasure.
Jennifer -May 24, 2012, 7:42PM
Good Lord! This looks so good!

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Post image for Wheatgrass Shots

Our café here at the Free People home offices started serving wheatgrass shots a couple of weeks ago. I had read a bit about them before, so I was eager to try one out and learn more. I caught up the manager, Chris, and he walked me through the sourcing and process of it all. Here’s everything you need to know to make your very own. Read more »

wheatgrass -Mar 27, 2014, 7:37AM
I love this post very much.please keep sharing of knowledges with us.
-Dec 03, 2013, 11:38PM
i have powder wheat grass how do i mix it and with what

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Post image for Coconut, Oatmeal, and Raisin Flower Cupcakes

K-boggs was at it again, busy in the kitchen whipping up these adorable little cupcakes for our Store Merchandiser’s birthday. Read more »

Danielle -May 25, 2012, 1:06AM
These cup cakes are delicious!! I decided to make them a little healthier and substituted non-fat plain greek yogurt for the sour cream, whole wheat flour, and cut the butter amount in half by using half butter and half unsweetened apple sauce! They still tasted amazing! enjoy :)
Megan -May 13, 2012, 3:00PM
These are so cute!! I just don't like oatmeal and raisin mixed together..maybe coconut and chocolate chip :)

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Post image for Living Local: Guest Post from Sprouted Kitchen

Welcome to Living Local, a new blog series in which we’ll explore the different facets of living a mindful locavore lifestyle. We’ll be making visits with farmers, chefs, activists, and more to show you all why it’s important to eat seasonal, buy local, shop organic, and build sustainably. Read more »

Mandi -May 09, 2012, 10:00AM
This is great! I'm very excited to follow this series. I love how you guys feature something for every type of free people girl!

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Post image for Cinco de Mayo: The Recipes

In the spirit of Cinco de Mayo, today we’ve got some tasty fiesta-inspired treats – and just because you’re partying Mexican-style doesn’t mean you can’t still eat clean and healthy. Ditch all that heavy cheese and sugary margarita mix for vegan taco dip and homemade mango margaritas.  Read more »

AA -Feb 01, 2013, 7:45PM
"just because you’re partying Mexican-style doesn’t mean you can’t still eat clean and healthy." So real mexican food is dirty and greasy? If you seriously believe this, then don't eat our food and/or appropriate it. It's disrespectful. You guys should really think about what you say before you post it up. Thanks.
Alexandra -May 06, 2012, 8:42PM
Thanks so much for the wonderful recipe! Totally made the margarita tonight and it turned out great :)

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Post image for Cool and Fresh Beet Burgers

Since becoming a vegetarian three years ago, I’ve fallen in love with veggie burgers. With so many possible combinations, it’s always a tasting adventure and fun to seek out new ways to reinvent the burger. Read more »

Rachel Siegel -May 05, 2012, 12:25PM
lovemore -Apr 30, 2012, 2:12AM
oh my golly burger! YUMMMMM looks far too tasty. xxx

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Post image for All About Almonds

Almonds are cholesterol free and rich in vitamin E, protein, and magnesium. Not only are they great for you, but they are also versatile, and delicious in their many forms. You’ve probably bought almond milk, almond butter, and almond meal at the grocery store many times if you enjoy eating clean, healthy, vegan food. Read more »

Dawn -Dec 28, 2012, 12:45PM
Can you use already roasted and salted almonds for almond butter? I use Whole Foods almonds.
schaefs -Jul 03, 2012, 1:06AM
If you're serious about making almond milk, I would highly recommend investing in an actual almond milk making machine. I found a used one for $50 and it works like a charm. Everything is stainless steel, so I expect it to last quite a while. My first attempt at making almond milk in my vitamix and straining it with cheesecloth was dispiriting and messy. It was not something I looked forward to and it quickly fell out of my routine. I've had the almond milk maker for several months and have made a habit out of using it to make delicious almond milk. It's quick, clean-up is easy and I'm making milk more consistently!

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Post image for Guest Post: No Bake Banana Cream Pie by Tasty Yummies

Hey there, I am Beth from Tasty Yummies!

I am so excited to be a guest contributor here on the Free People blog. I stalk this site daily, so when I got the invite to share some recipes with you guys, I both jumped with joy and jumped at the opportunity. Read more »

Aleana -Aug 03, 2012, 12:59AM
I made this recently and decided to make it again but as an ice cream. I did everything the same except I didn't make a crust, I just mixed the filling with blueberries and put it in a bread pan and then into the freezer it went! this pie filling definitely tastes super yummy with blueberries mixed into it.
Ashlae | oh, ladycakes -Apr 20, 2012, 10:31AM
What a great (and simple) recipe, Beth! I love raw recipes - and especially love raw banana cream pie.

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