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Shauna James Ahern's Zucchini Noodles with Spinach Pesto, Feta, and Sunflower Seeds

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While many may scoff at the idea of replacing carbo-goodness with healthy raw veggies, I find thinly sliced vegetables to be a fine vehicle for pasta sauce, especially one as vibrant and flavorful as Ahern's spinach pesto. It is brilliantly green from the spinach and has a robust blend of Gruyère, feta, and lemon juice: perfect for tossing with zucchini. More

Shauna James Ahern's Zucchini Noodles with Spinach Pesto, Feta, and Sunflower Seeds

Serious Eats Kate Williams 1 comment

It was with trepidation that I approached the pasta chapter of Shauna James Ahern's new cookbook Gluten-Free Girl Every Day. Most of the pasta recipes in the book call for store-bought pasta. (She does include one recipe for gluten-free fresh pasta, but doesn't provide an assembled recipe using it.) While I'm sure that gluten-free pasta options have improved significantly since that fateful quinoa noodle disaster, I wasn't sure I wanted to mess up dinner with a poor grocery store choice. Instead, I turned to this recipe for zucchini "noodles." While many may scoff at the idea of replacing carbo-goodness with healthy raw veggies, I find thinly sliced vegetables to be a fine vehicle for pasta sauce, especially one as vibrant and flavorful as Ahern's spinach pesto. More

DIY Pumpkin (Pie) Seed Butter

Molly Sheridan 3 comments

An easy peanut butter alternative, this nut spread is souped up with homemade pumpkin pie spice and maple syrup. More

DIY Pumpkin (Pie) Seed Butter

Serious Eats Molly Sheridan Post a comment

An easy peanut butter alternative, this nut spread is souped up with homemade pumpkin pie spice and maple syrup. More

Have You Mastered the Art of Eating Sunflower Seeds?

That's Nuts Lee Zalben 31 comments

There seems to be a lot of controversy over the proper way to eat sunflower seeds, and with baseball season starting up again, we wanted to get to the bottom of this issue. To begin, do you buy shelled or unshelled? Salted or unsalted? Do you put them in your mouth one at a time, or eat them by the handful? More

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