Monthly Archives: January 2011

Chard and Quinoa Pilaf

Midway through making this, I was pretty sure that the whole thing would turn into a giant FAIL. But it came out great. And ultimately, I think this is a technique rather than a recipe, ¬†which is awfully hard to … Continue reading

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Cheese Souffle

Could anything be 1970’s food trendier than Cheese Souffle? Maybe fondue, or Bananas Foster? Seems that everyone I grew up with during that time fondly remembers these dishes from their childhood. So last night, after we finally had Nellie’s birthday … Continue reading

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The Share

I ended the week with all 4 avocados, some kale, and all my arugula – ¬†which I blame partly on no family meals 2 nights this week. I was able to dispatch with the avos through some delicious guacamole, and … Continue reading

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Daikon and Cabbage Slaw

This was going to be Daikon and Cabbage and Carrot slaw, but then I got kinda lazy. Yeah… This is as much technique as recipe – you could throw this vinaigrette on just about anything and make a yummy little … Continue reading

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Broccoli Cheddar Soup

Although I wasn’t born there, I lived in Appleton Wisconsin long enough to feel like it is home (or one of my homes, anyway). Inevitably, this meant watching Packers games, even though I never quite figured football out and still … Continue reading

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Homemade Veggie Stock

If you’re a model CSA member, then the thing to do with veggies that you cannot get to during the week, stems and leaves that look a wee bit less than perfect, and ends and detritus from chopping, is to … Continue reading

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The Share

I ended week 2 with small amounts of kale and arugula (maybe enough for 1 salad) 2 small bits of broccoli, and 2 avocados that are just now getting ripe. Also, I have enough lemons for canning lemon curd at … Continue reading

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