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Keep the party going with Authentic San Francisco Crab Cioppino

Keep the party going with Authentic San Francisco Crab Cioppino

Authentic San Francisco Crab Cioppino is a healthy, tasty dish to make for family and friends.

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Get the party started with the Party Girl Diet's 'Mock-Crust' Master Quiche and Virgin Sangria recipes

Get the party started with the Party Girl Diet’s ‘Mock-Crust’ Master Quiche and Virgin Sangria recipes

Move over time consuming Bisquick and traditional quiche crust recipes – the Party Girl Diet’s 2 minute “Mock-Crust” recipe is in town to make dishing your next brunch a total breeze. Get your party started with this Healthy Party Girl Diet Brunch Menu featuring a signature “Mock-Crust” Master Quiche Recipe, and the inside look at how to serve up a perfect pitcher of Party Girl Diet Sparkling Virgin Sangria.

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Give Brussels Sprouts some 'Party Girl Diet' love and discover how delicious they can be (really)

Give Brussels Sprouts some ‘Party Girl Diet’ love and discover how delicious they can be (really)

Brussels Spouts may top the list of the “most-hated vegetables” yet, even my most picky eater will eat Brussels Spouts when I make them “Party Girl Diet Style.” Interestingly, once you start looking, you will find Brussels Sprouts recipes popping up everywhere – and with good reason: Brussels Sprouts are a very healthy, versatile & delicious veggie.

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Learn how to make meatballs to bring out the 'Italian' in you

Learn how to make meatballs to bring out the ‘Italian’ in you

The Party Girl Diet is all about enjoying a healthy, sustainable Mediterranean inspired diet and lifestyle – without the deprivation or restrictions typical of the many fad-diets on the market. You are encouraged to enjoy your life and the foods you love – like homemade Italian meatballs and spaghetti. Below are a few of the Party Girl Diet’s tips on how to make this well known comfort dish healthier so you can “keep the party going…while you lose the weight:”

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Get the party started with the Party Girl Diet's 'Oscar worthy' Chocolate Martinis

Get the party started with the Party Girl Diet’s ‘Oscar worthy’ Chocolate Martinis

Get in touch with your “inner socialite” and celebrate “Oscars 2014″ with The Party Girl Diet’s healthy and delicious “chocolate martinis.” March 2, “Oscar Sunday” is also a star-studded day to award yourself with a FREE Kindle edition of the Party Girl Diet’s new Socialite Diet™on Amazon.com – to score the Socialite Diet’s 1-Day Diet solutions to get red-carpet gorgeous for a big night out, get-ahead in the boardroom, get-over a hangover, and more. The Socialite Diet™ also dishes “recipe makeovers” for traditional party foods so you can keep the (healthy) “Oscars 2014″ party going.

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Pasta Puttanesca: An easy dish with a spicy past

Pasta Puttanesca: An easy dish with a spicy past

There are as many interesting stories surrounding the history of this dish as there are ingredients in it! Pasta Puttanesca originated in Naples, and is translated as “whore’s or harlot’s pasta.”

One explanation for the name is that the sauce has a spicy, hot flavor and smell.

Another explanation is that supposedly this pasta was made back in the day in “massage parlors” and brothels, because it was a cheap meal that could be made quickly to keep men happy while they waited their turn. Other stories also say the harlots would place a freshly cooked batch of this dish on their window sills to attract new customers…

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