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Last week, #HaapsandBarleyXCuriousPassport brought you this tasty recipe for Avocado Egg Salad. This week, we’re taking it to the miso-marinated streets with this protein and fiber-packed clean feast.

I’m a big fan of miso-glazed salmon and lentils, so I’m excited to try this recipe that combines the two! Plus, the prep work sounds pretty manageable for a culinary newbie like me. Looking at the list of ingredients I’ll need, I could probably get them all at Sprouts and Trader Joe’s – though, does anyone know if TJ’s carries miso? If not, a trip to the nearest Asian market should do it.

Miso-Marinated Salmon by Haaps & Barley
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In 140-characters or less:

On love, survival, compassion and responsibility in WWII Italy.

In haiku:

Loyalty falters

When true desires see the light

Darkness begets grace

Tell me more:

She’s Jewish. He’s about to become a Catholic priest. In Italy, they grew to be friends and throughout Amy Harmon’s novel, are forbidden lovers. It’s also 1943. The Germans are here. Can Eva and Angelo transcend the times to survive and maybe, find each other?

Read this if:

You’re into a good love story without the exaggerated fantasy of typical romance novels.


Interested in more Reading List ideas? Read my thoughts on The People in the Trees and The Girl Who Smiled Beads.


Weekend guide to Oceanside, CA and more recent features

 

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For The National, Amtrak’s onboard magazine I researched and wrote a weekend guide to Oceanside, California. 


 

For October, a beautiful beer meets lifestyle and travel online magazine I connect the dots between Border X Brewing’s Mexican-inspired beers and community-building. READ IT HERE.

Also, super flattered that October’s editor included the piece we worked on together as one of her favorite pieces this year. Check out the full thread at the link below:


 

And for Lonely Planet, where I cover San Diego travel updates, a guide to Christmas activities in the area, including beachside ice skating, holiday menus and more. READ IT HERE.

 

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