Dutch Baby Pancake with Caramelized Persimmons | http://saltandwind.com

Dutch Baby Pancake with Caramelized Persimmons

The Dutch Baby, basically a souffléd pancake, is a looker — it rises to great heights, gets crisp on the edges, custardy in the middle, and is a pancake crater that’s a natural bo...
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Superfood Chocolate Mendiants | http://saltandwind.com

Superfood Chocolate Mendiants

An super easy recipe for Superfood Chocolate Coins (aka Mendiants) made with melted dark chocolate topped with honey-roasted nuts, goji berries, coconut, and cacao nibs. 
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Where The Locals Hang In Austin | http://saltandwind.com

Where The Locals Hang In Austin

Music lovers flock to Austin for its sprawling festivals and barbecue enthusiasts go to compare and contrast the celebrated smoked meats of the region. In a city where the sun is usually shining an...
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Travel Snacks That Taste Better Than Airplane Food | http://saltandwind.com

Travel Snacks That Taste Better Than Airplane Food

Our resolution is to eat healthier when traveling because we know you know how tough that can be. To make it a little easier, we've come up with a list of our favorite healthy storeb...
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Italy Itinerary: What To Do and Where To Eat In Verona | http://saltandwind.com

Italy Itinerary: What To Do and Where To Eat In Verona

Top of my travel bucket list was seeing my namesake opera in the famous Verona amphitheater. Here is my advice on where to go and what to eat in Verona.
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Root Vegetable Salad with Balsamic-Date Dressing | http://saltandwind.com

Root Vegetable Salad with Balsamic-Date Dressing

After traveling and lots of meals on the road, I want to just hang -- play music, watch B-rated TV, snack too much and be lazy then try to make up for it with an easy, seasonal salad like this roas...
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Halloween Carnaval, West Hollywood | http://saltandwind.com

Halloween Carnaval, West Hollywood

Hollywood is no shrinking violet so, it’s only fitting that Halloween in Hollywood is major. Head to West Hollywood for Halloween Carnaval in one of these food-inspired costumes!
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Breakfast Churros With Cinnamon Sugar | http://saltandwind.com

Breakfast Churros With Cinnamon Sugar

The first time I tasted a churro, I was in Los Angeles with a friend and we stopped at a street cart selling Mexican food. The churros were amazing: sweet and sticky, crunchy outside and chewy insi...
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Italy Itinerary: What To Do On A Weekend In Forte Dei Marmi | http://saltandwind.com

Italy Itinerary: What To Do On A Weekend In Forte Dei Marmi

When it comes to beaches, Italy’s got a lot of options, but I feel most at home in the Tuscan beach town of Forte Dei Marmi. This beach town is less than an hour from Florence but feels like ...
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7 Tips To Travel Solo As A Woman (And Love It) | http://saltandwind.com

7 Tips To Travel Solo As A Woman (And Love It)

When you’re looking to take the road less traveled by, going at it solo is your best bet. For those of you who are a little gun-shy don’t panic, we’ve got all the tips on how to t...
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Spiked Horchata Latte Cocktail | http://saltandwind.com

Spiked Horchata Latte Cocktail

This recipe is a sort of hybridized food souvenir. The nut milk is inspired by G&B Coffee in LA, who uses a similar milk to make their now legendary Almond Latte. Soon after, I was at...
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{Pa amb tomàquet} Spanish Tomato Bread  | http://saltandwind.com

{Pa amb tomàquet} Spanish Tomato Bread

Mockingbird Hill is a bar in DC and has unique flairs like pour-over coffee, punk music, and industrial decor. But, the owner, Derek Brown, is a self-proclaimed sherry advocate and has made Mo...
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Off Menu: Barcelona Episode | http://saltandwind.com

Off Menu: Barcelona Episode

Barcelona is a powerhouse when it comes to food. From avant garde cooking to tapas, there's a bit of everything. I hadn't been there in years so I was excited to head there for #OffMenu. ...
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California Getaways: Weekend Road Trips In SoCal | http://saltandwind.com

California Getaways: Weekend Road Trips In SoCal

With winter in full swing, Southern California remains one of the best (literal) hot spots. We’re taking a closer look at some of our favorite weekend getaways right in our own backyard.
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California Getaways: How To Savor Sonoma Like a Local | http://saltandwind.com

California Getaways: How To Savor Sonoma Like a Local

Whether or not you’ve done Napa, you haven’t experienced the heart of Northern California wine country until you’ve explored Sonoma Valley. We're partial to Sonoma, with its unhur...
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Finding Franciacorta: Travel To This Italian Wine Region Now | http://saltandwind.com

Finding Franciacorta: Travel To This Italian Wine Region Now

It's time to travel to Franciacorta! Okay, truth is the Milanese have known about this corner of Lombardy for forever and a day and it is a premiere wine growing region, but it's pretty unknown out...
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Austin-Style Breakfast Tacos | http://saltandwind.com

Austin-Style Breakfast Tacos

One of my all-time favorite things about Austin? The breakfast tacos, of course! I've tried (almost) every taco in the city and here's my slightly fancified version. 
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The Local Food Terms You Need To Know When Visiting Hawaii  | http://saltandwind.com

The Local Food Terms You Need To Know When Visiting Hawaii

You've researched where to stay and what to wear for your next trip to Hawaii. Your final step? Knowing these essential local food terms so you don't stand out like a total newbie.
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Pistachio-Coconut Chai Coffee Cake | http://saltandwind.com

Pistachio-Coconut Chai Coffee Cake

Coffee cake is one of those recipes that I kinda make without hesitation because it basically works in any situation. House guests? Hostess gift? Road trip? Coffee cake, coffee cake, coffee cake. A...
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Charred Corn and Zucchini Mini Mexican Pizzas | http://saltandwind.com

Charred Corn and Zucchini Mini Mexican Pizzas

While road tripping to Texas I found myself at La Gloria in San Antonio. They specialize in Mexican street food, so they make tons of tlayudas aka the king of Oaxacan street food. Or, as ...
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