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About Author: Liya Swift
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Liya Swift is a freelance writer, blogger, entrepreneur and lover of all things related to learning and food (though not always in that order). Working hard, playing hard and finding fulfillment by being a part of great projects are a big part of what drives this self-starter. Laughter, zaniness and fresh new perspectives are always part of the quest. Travel, hiking and yes, cooking and eating is how she spends most of her days and then there’s the salsa classes….

Posts by Liya Swift:



Cooking Shows to Suit Your Mood

When You Want to Get Creative The Mind of a Chef has a surprisingly simple and effective premise: spend time with a well-known chef, keep the cameras rolling, and get them talking about what’s going on in their minds. This documentary show does a superb job of focusing on what a chef is thinking and […]

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The True Story Behind The Soup Nazi

Seinfeld, one of the most iconic television sitcoms of all time, ran for 9 seasons. It started on July 5th 1989 and ran until May 14th 1998. The show is responsible for propagating numerous colloquial saying and idioms. Still in syndication today, the show has left an indelible mark on American, as well as global, […]

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Rosemary Garlic Maple Chicken

Love rosemary? Well here’s an easy recipe for rosemary chicken breasts that’s got just a little more kick than the usual. For those of you who aren’t diehard rosemary fans, you may want to go with one or one and a half sprigs of rosemary. Rosemary Garlic Maple Chicken Recipe: 2 chicken breasts, skinless and […]

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Avocado Orange Fennel Salad

Want a really refreshing salad that hydrates you from within? This simple, no-lettuce, no-dairy salad has plenty of crunch and an nice medley of flavors. There’s noticeable zing thanks to the orange, fennel and red onion. The cucumber gives you plenty of cool crunch while the avocado throws a bit of richness into the mix. […]

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