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Sarah F. Berkowitz

Sarah F. Berkowitz was born in Jerusalem, raised in Detroit, and currently lives in Atlanta with her Manhattan born and bred husband. Her dream of becoming a psychologist was traded in for a laptop and chef’s hat when she decided to pursue her passion for writing and food. Sarah enjoys cooking, trying to get food to stay still for a good shot, and convincing her kids that they’re really lucky to have a chef as a mom. They’re still waiting for dinner.

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One-pot teriyaki veggies with buckwheat

This is a meal fit for a (healthy) king, and takes just minutes to cook.

Chocolate chip cookie cake

Your guests will gush over this oversized, cream-filled cookie dessert.

Panko crusted salmon fillets

Seasoned crispy bread crumb coating over honey mustard salmon yields some serious umami.

Easy cauliflower crust pizza

Bet you never knew making cauliflower crust pizza was this easy!

Apple snickerdoodles

A favorite cookie reimagined with bursts of apple and almond flavor.

How to make your own cashew butter

Whip up a batch of creamy homemade cashew butter in minutes, without having to use the packaged stuff.

Mocha protein shake

Start your week off with a delicious drink that gives you energy and nutrition.

Roasted rutabaga and leeks

A fabulously easy and tasty side dish made with the underrated and underused rutabaga.

Roasted garlic and rosemary baby carrots

This savory side dish can double as a nutritious afternoon snack.

Peppermint patty brownies

Refresh and rejuvenate with these dark chocolate, high-fiber, minty fresh brownies.

Vegan black bean quesadillas

No one will guess these hot, cheesy quesadillas are actually a healthy vegan meal.

Meyer lemon raspberry cream pie

An easy no-bake dessert with fresh lemony cream and tart raspberries.

Acorn squash stuffed with kale and sausage

This simple, 5-ingredient recipe turns sweet squash into a savory, filling side dish.

Tuna dill loaf

Whip up dinner in minutes with this delicious seafood alternative to meatloaf.

How to make the perfect salsa at home

No need for the store-bought version. This recipe is authentic, packed with flavor and easily customized.