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    A food blog with fresh, zesty recipes.
    Photograph of Jeanine Donofrio and Jack Mathews in their kitchen

    Hello, we're Jeanine and Jack.

    We love to eat, travel, cook, and eat some more! We create & photograph vegetarian recipes from our home in Chicago, while our shiba pups eat the kale stems that fall on the kitchen floor.